Destruction Warlock Interface, Macros and WeakAuras Guide

Patch 10.2.7 Last Updated: 8th May, 2024
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Having a good User Interface is key to performing at a top level. Everyone should build their UI around their own needs. Think about what you want to see, and don’t just copy someone’s Interface.

Here are some Add-On recommendations that everyone should consider:

  • Weak Auras 2: Great Add-on to track every kind of buff & debuff in the game that basically every top-raider uses.
  • BigWigs/LittleWigs: BigWigs is a great BossMod that is easy to setup and very customizable. It usually is the most up-to-date BossMod. LittleWigs does basically the same for dungeons.
  • Plater: Good nameplates are really important for every class and even more for DoT-classes. Plater is one of the more popular Nameplate Add-On choices.


Some useful macros for Destruction Warlocks are curse location macros which cast the spell at the location your cursor is when you press the spell.

Summon Infernal Macro

/cast [@cursor] Summon Infernal

Shadowfury Macro

/cast [@cursor] Shadowfury

Cataclysm Cursor Macro

/cast [@cursor] Cataclysm

Rain of Fire Cursor Macro

/cast [@cursor] Rain of Fire

Also, some useful macros you can use are mouseover macros.

Havoc Mouseover Macro

#showtooltip Havoc
/cast [mouseover,harm] Havoc; [harm] Havoc


Havoc Focus Macro

#showtooltip Havoc
/cast [target=focus] Havoc

Soulstone Mouseover Macro

/use [target=mouseover] Soulstone

Spell Lock Focus Macro

/cast [target=focus] Spell Lock

Curse of Tongues Mouseover Macro

/cast [target=mouseover] Curse of Tongues

Curse of Exhaustion Mouseover Macro

/cast [target=mouseover] Curse of Exhaustion


Weakauras are essential if you want to take your gameplay to the next level and track abilities properly. I really advise heading over to and having a look at some of the destruction weakauras and importing and trying them.