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    Starting with felguard...

    so, I switched my warlock to demo because our guild needed one, and am starting to get pretty familiar with the play style.

    I have my meta macroed to demonsoul and trinkets and pop them all together. my question is, would it be a dps increase to start the fight with the felguard active for the superior demonsoul effect, and then pop a soulstone and switch to the felhunter for the rest of the fight for the higher single target dps that pet provides.

    I think that the 15% haste and 10% damage during meta should more than make up for any dps I might lose from not having the felhunter, and the felhunter's demonsoul only affects a demo locks' corruption and bane of doom, right? I could also macro in felstorm for a little bit of an extra boost as well.

    anyone have any thoughts or opinions on this, or know of a good way to sim it? The only way I can think of to test it is just to actually test it, which I plan on doing, but expect will take some time and not be as accurate or reliable as I'd like it to be.

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    A lot of the top ranked demo parses have a ton of shadow bite damage so I think your right.
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    thanks, but that wasn't my question. I'm well aware that the felhunter is the better single target dps, my question refers to the use of the felguard's demon soul.

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    The current Simcraft shows it to be a DPS increase in T12HC gear.

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