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Warlock magics, the powers of entropy and destruction, are demonic and volatile magics[1] wielded by warlocks.

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Demonic Infusion

Demonic Infusion: It's nowhere near as painful as it looks. It's much, much worse.

Warlockism is a demonic form of magic that seems to involve a connection with both the unnatural and the demon worlds. Warlocks do not normally honor demons, but enslave them, forcing the demons to heed their call. Warlocks are inherently imbued with magicthey harness the powers of the demons through destruction and entropy, the destruction of their own bodies: Warlock energy spreads like radiation[2] and would seep into - and exist in - warlocks, who would be able to harness the demonic power (or warlock magics)[3] inside their bodies by destroying their own structures. And because warlocks are at least a source of demonic power, warlocks would have a connection to demons and the place where demons are from, which is the Twisting Nether. Warlocks, who bind demons to their will,[4] would be able to use this connection to manipulate demons, even after they die.

References Edit

  1. ^ Orcish History (After the Second War) - Lethargy and Internment: Antonidas theorized that the Orcs’ communal lethargy was not actually a disease, but a long-term racial withdrawal from the volatile Warlock magics that had made them fearsome, bloodlusted warriors.
  2. ^ Micky Neilson on Twitter "...Demon blood is immediate, warlock energy takes longer but spreads like radiation."
  3. ^ Orcish History (After the Second War) - Lethargy and Internment: Researching what little he could find of Orcish history, Antonidas learned that the Orcs had been under the crippling influence of demonic power (or warlock magics) for generations.
  4. ^ World of Warcraft > Game Guide > Classes > Warlock Warlocks bind demons to their will;

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