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Searing Pain is a Fire-based direct damage spell for Warlocks. It is the main attack spell for Warlocks tanking end-game bosses due to the added threat, and for the same reason is not generally used for DPS.
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- Improved Searing Pain, Aftermath, Cataclysm, Demonic Sacrifice (Imp), Devastation, Destructive Reach, Emberstorm, Master Demonologist (Succubus), Ruin
- It causes 100% extra threat.
Tips and TacticsEdit
- In PvP, players may favor it over Shadow Bolt due to its low casting time and thus opportunistic nature against moving targets. It also doesn't leave a telltale trail that gives away the caster's location.
- In PvE, the spell has limited uses due to its extra threat. However, the ability to draw hate from a mob may be useful if you are trying to distract the mob from your pet or another player. Against certain fights (See: Shade of Aran) where DPS and survivability are needed, and there is no set threat table, this spell also works well.