The level 75 talent option Grimoire of Supremacy
grants the warlock more powerful minions, and now those minions have their own voice emotes for their actions. Every demon gets a few options for summoning, attacks, spellcasts if the demon casts, dismissing the demon, and a joke for idling or clicking on them. Wowhead compiled all the voice emotes into one video and have transcribed
Each demon's general personality is reflected through the voice emotes. We have the combustive fel imp, the slow but steady voidlord, the ravenous observer, the self-serving shivarra, and the brutal but loyal wrathguard.
Fel imp: (spellcast) Yeah, it's fighting time! It's burning time! Let's heat things up!
Voidlord: (dismiss) When I consume your world, my armies will save you for last.
Observer: (joke) Did you see that, hehehe? Uh Uh Uh Uh. I see what you did there.
Shivarra: (summon) How dare you summon me? I am not some trifling toy for you to call upon as you please.
Wrathguard: (attack) By your orders! I live to be commanded.
Since warlock pets are moving from a spec-based choice to a situational decision, master and minion personality compatibility means more than ever!
It's open warfare between Alliance and Horde in
Mists of Pandaria,
World of Warcraft's next expansion. Jump into five new levels with new talents and class mechanics, try the new monk class, and create a pandaren character to ally with either Horde or Alliance. Look for expansion basics in our Mists FAQ, or dig into our spring press event coverage for more details!
Filed under: Warlock, News items, Mists of Pandaria