The warlock, just like hunters, are one of the classes that is dependent on a pet to maximize its effectiveness. Instead of training creatures but warlocks can remove demonic beings from the underworld and force them to do the orders of the WoTLK Gold. Alongside their demon pet, they are also the most powerful of spells that deal with damage over time, and they are also adept at blocking your enemies' attacks and effective crowd control.
One of the disadvantages that comes with Warlock summons is the long duration of casting, which means you'll not be able to swiftly replace a pet who dies in battle.
Similar to the hunter you're not starting your game having the possibility of summoning a pet but you'll have wait until you reach the level of three or four to unlock your Imp or until the level of 10 to obtain your Voidwalker and then you'll gain the ability to summon a brand new pet once you've completed the quest, which is available at every level thereafter. These quests can be difficult to complete therefore you'll have to build a network of players who'll agree to assist you in completing quests (which will likely not have access to which is why they won't get recognized for) as well as connect with other warlocks who must complete their summoning quests. The pets you have are distinct in their roles they serve: the Imp for instance, can increase your stamina levels while firing fireballs at enemies in close range however, it's quite weak in health. On the other hand, the Voidwalker likes to be close to your adversaries, and is extremely healthy however, it's not able to do any damage. You'll have to choose and select your pets based on the scenario that occurs.
In addition to the spells and pet abilities however, you possess some abilities for support that are primarily based on your ability to take the souls of enemies who have been defeated with drain Soul ability. If you perform this feat on an enemy who dies, you'll receive an Soul Shard, which appears in your inventory. While Soul Shards are bulky (they do not stack, and every shard you collect will take up an entire space in your inventory) You can turn them into useful (and cost-free) products for restorative use. The most popular of these are Healthstones that instantly restore a specific quantity of energy to the cheap WOW WoTLK Classic Gold that automatically bring a person back to life after they die. The Soulstone is among the main reasons that warlocks are adored in groups.