Warlocks! Some helpful macros to keep an eye on in Classic!

Succubus Seduce
Upon use, the macro will Focus your target, and have your succubus Seduce it. When used for the second time, and your Focused target, i.e. the Seduction target, is alive, it will re-seduce it, regardless of what your current target is. It will not focus your current target, and seduce that; it will re-seduce it’s focused target. If used during Seduction, it will break the seduction and re-seduce the focused target. If clicked while “Alt” is being pressed, it will cancel the previous focus and assign a new focus on your current target.

#show Seduction
/clearfocus [modifier:alt]
/focus [target=focus,noexists]; [target=focus,dead]
/clearfocus [target=focus,help]
/cast [pet:succubus,target=focus,exists,harm] Seduction; Seduction

Succubus Seduce (Without breaking current focus)
If you use focus for other things, this macro will help you keep your focus target, while seducing. Either right or left click to seduce first time. Left click to re-seduce. Right click to change target and seduce that instead. If you left click before seduce is over it will break seduce and re-seduce in one go. If you let seduce run out the succubus will attack that mob. If your succubus is fighting something and you left click it will try to its current target, right click if you want it to seduce something else.

#showtooltip seduction
/stopmacro [nopet:succubus]
/petattack [target=pettarget]
/cast [button:1,target=pettarget] Seduction
/cast [button:2,target=playertarget] Seduction

Felhunter Devour Magic
Left clicking will Devour Magic off your current target. Right clicking will devour it off you.

/cast [button:2,target=player] Devour Magic; Devour Magic

Felhunter Devour Magic (Semi-intelligent)
If target is friendly, he gets dispel priority over my mouse – over target (if he’s friendly), who gets dispel priority over me, who gets dispel priority over the felhunter himself. Finally, the macro will devour off your current target if all else fails (to be used offensively)

/cast [help] Devour Magic; [target=mouseover,help] Devour Magic
/cast [target=player] Devour Magic
/cast [target=pet] Devour Magic
/cast Devour Magic

Felhunter Spell Lock
This macro will Spell Lock your pets target if he has one, or yours if he doesn’t.

/cast [target=pettarget, harm] [] Spell Lock

Voidwalker Shield/Fel Domination/Summon Voidwalker
This will Sacrifice your VW, Cast Fel Domination, and then summon another VW. Will only work in combat.

/stopmacro [nocombat]
/stopmacro [nopet:voidwalker]
/cast [pet:voidwalker] Sacrifice
/cast fel domination
/cast summon voidwalker

Fel Domination Summoning/Soul Link
This macro will summon your imp with a normal cast. If you already have an imp summoned, it will cast Soul Link. If you are in combat and have any pet OTHER than the imp (which is alive), it will cast Fel Domination and summon the imp. You can force the macro to not cast Fel Dom by holding down any modifier key. This macro can be changed for your other pets by replacing the pet:imp and Summon Imp with the appropriate pets (felhunter, felguard, voidwalker, succubus).

/cast [pet:imp,nodead] Soul Link
/cast [combat,nomodifier] Fel Domination
/stopcasting [combat,nomodifier]
/cast Summon Imp

Pet attack totems
Arena macro for targeting shaman totems are highest importance then sending a pet to attack it. This will change your target. Obviously you can modify this to your own liking. Put the most important totem last. This will change your target since it does not utilize focus.

/tar Windfury Totem;/tar Earthbind Totem;/tar Mana Tide Totem;/tar Tremor Totem;/tar Grounding Totem;/petattack;


Thank you for these.

Reminded me I"m gonna be writing some macros no matter the class.

Also need to keybind my keypad for marking kill / cc / etc targets in instances or perhaps pvp.

I’m gonna copy paste these for lock into a notepad.

These would be great if I clicked my spells.

You can still use these when bound to a key. I’m not sure if you were trying to refer to people who uses these as “clickers” or whatnot, but these will allow an upper hand in any scenario I suppose.

I had a fear macro and a seduce macro that I often used for fun, but it was not until BC that it was requested I use during dungeons. I think Warlocks were less understood in Vanilla.

Was this a two click sequence or a single click sequence?

How the hell would I know. It was a copy and paste sequence. Im a welder/machinist/fabricator that googles macros. Im not a techy.


Did you click them one time or did you click them two times? LOL

The only macro you will ever need is


Bind it to your spacebar and win the game


I clicked one time

Yeah, go jump in a pond full of murlocs…lol

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One thing I’d consider adding to your felhunter macro is dispelling target of target…

Trick I picked up from my shadow priest days… let’s you dispell the guy your target is himself targetting without you having to drop target or mouseover for it. Tends to be handy for when you’re attacking a hostile, and he’s beating your friend.

Overall a great list, however.

EDIT: Another one that might become desirable for leveling is a shard delete macro, since the leveling build uses improved drain soul for mana longevity and it’s easy to start being drowned in shards.

Finally, I wasn’t aware focus macros actually worked, and I’m rather astonished to say I didn’t even think to test it personally… Good lord, as if vanilla era warlock-succubus/fear micromanagement wasn’t easy/powerful enough without it… adding focus cc into the mix is going to be nuts.

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One thing I never got into was the felhunter. I always had a blueberry for soloing or the imp out during dungeons.

No one ever asked for the felhunter. It was always that stamina buff they wanted.

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Felhunter is used situationally in PvP and is absolutely necessary for those situations. For pve it won’t get tons of use except maybe for interrupting.

/target [totem here] does not work currently. This looks to be a retail feature that’s ported over to Classic. I have confirmed that you should be able to /target totems in 1.12.1. I am reporting this as a bug.

/petattack [target=mana tide totem]
/petattack [target=tremor totem]
/petattack [target=grounding totem]
/petattack [target=windfury totem]


Doesn’t seem to work.

I would like to sincerely thank you for this. I haven’t played a Warlock since BC, so coming back to it has been…eventful. The Voidwalker FD macro especially looks useful.

There is no focus target in classic, so using that with the Succubus won’t really do anything.

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I’m tryin right now to do a totem stomp macro with no success, the ones here don’t work.