As part of my quest to understand where Warlocks sit among casters and ranged DPS -- not to mention, making sure we are distinct from those filthy Fire Mages -- I've rolled several other classes in the Legion alpha.
Affliction is still the only Warlock spec available on the Legion alpha, though Demonology got a literal new skin for its Artifact that's still not implemented.
Yes, we're still talking Affliction in Legion, but don't worry, once Demonology and Destruction make their respective debuts on the alpha, I'll probably be doing nonstop non-Affliction then.
In the redone talent selection for Affliction in the Legion alpha, there's only one talent that both stayed the same as its Warlords version and also didn't move from its current position.
I've learned from Kanrethad and tried to pick the least spoilery header image I could find; this is it.
There's a lot of Legion datamining happening right now, and while it's information that can change in an instant, it still gives us an early look at what might be coming up for Warlocks.
BlizzCon frustrated me as a Warlock.
Analysis of Diablo 3 Season 4 started as early as a month in with a piechart graphic from Monstrous, a Diablo 3 forum MVP, that tracked class popularity in the leaderboards in 4-player, 3-player, 2-player, and solo groups across all seasons, using data from DiabloRank.
Demonology's class fantasy right now feels like Schrodinger's cat, where we don't really know what it's going to be yet.