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Dots and you: The 4.0 Affliction Warlock thread

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I have a question regarding using Soulburn. What spell should it be used with? DL, UA or Soulfire (assuming we have imp SF).

I have a feeling we will benefit most from using it with Soulfire but thats just my gut instinct and would love if someone can give me some info on this since I guess it will very haste depending.

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I have a question regarding using Soulburn. What spell should it be used with? DL, UA or Soulfire (assuming we have imp SF).

I have a feeling we will benefit most from using it with Soulfire but thats just my gut instinct and would love if someone can give me some info on this since I guess it will very haste depending.

Soulfire. Soulburn - UA got removed. Improved Soulfire is bane 2.0

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Notice to the tests in #62: Eradication does not hasten dots - only cast time. So reapplying Corruption when Eradication pops would not improve your Corruption at all...

Improved Soul Fire talent gives 7% spell haste per point, but tooltip mentions spell casting speed increased.If i cast new immolate under the effect of ISF i get an extra immolate tick(at least for my haste level).So i assumed tooltip is wrong.Taking that in consideration, i did the same with eradication.The new corruption had an extra tick.In both scenarios i casted immolate and corruption the last sec before buffs expire.So do they hasten dots or not ? both tests show they do, tooltips say another thing.Curious to see how they will react between them, when we will have 2/2 ISF talent in affliction spec.

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Eradication's tooltip has always said "casting speed", but it has always increased dot haste as well.

it still increases dot haste, despite what the tool tip says.

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