Demonology: Wild Imps Cast Time

Since there’s a delay with Imps spawning and them actually attacking I decided to see if there are actual breakpoints for Imps attacking with the delay.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1U96vUjPlkFzQ9BASE37pEpFatnnZlR6U6jPHaManE8Y/edit?usp=sharing

In testing found out the delay of Imp Spawn and the start of the first Fel Firebolt cast can vary anywhere between ~0.6s to ~1.6s sometimes lower sometimes higher, so I decided to just use an approximate value for the delay and gave it a 1s timer.

From there I calculated # of casts without Demonic Empowerment, # of casts with Demonic Empowerment and # of casts with Demonic Empowerment and Heroism/Lust.

In the spreadsheet you can change two values as needed;
Haste %
Demonic Empowerment

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May not end up being useful at all, but it did allow me to find out that your Imps are not locked by a GCD, so they can cast as fast as you have the haste for and depending on the delay you get between summon and first cast can get varied # of casts. That being said there are certain Haste values that could be used as ‘breakpoints’ because a partial cast is worth nothing. In the example at 35% Haste and 3/3 Summoner’s Prowess (56% Haste for DE) your imps average 11.58 casts per summon, so to min/max your haste you’d either round up or down;

40% Haste gives 12 casts with DE
28.25% Haste gives 11 casts with DE

Do with it as you will, might be useful in the long term for ultra min maxing.

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