I can only say that from TONE2 I love Warlock as well as Icarus 2. It is not a blind adoration,
it is the product and result of using both and learning to get their best but especially unique and spectacular features, while at the same time I am aware of the limitations that may exist, but which are minimized next to the great advantages.
Markus could develop an enlarged version of Warlock, called MerLynth or The Lord of the Synth
But it should necessarily be more costly.
Meanwhile, for me, the main feature of Warlock is that for less money it bring an incredible (inspiring and useful the most) array of presets (2000+) quickly but enuff effective synthesis , fast, practical and useful structure, fantastic HQ sound, and a jaw dropping random function.
BTW it remind me of SB Drumcomputer drummer synth for creating impressive new random kits with just a click also.
And YES, YES and YES, the COST FACTOR is critical for me, since I live in a country plunged into a dark and long dictatorship in which, although it sounds surreal to the rest of the world, even ten bucks can mean the difference between feeding my family or not, one more day .
But I need to keep my dreams live to continue doing music despite everything.
To buy Warlock I had to sacrifice a smaller part of my survival budget, and I thanks Tone2 for that!! If some features are missing in Warlock, it is highly offset by the amazing features for the price. And I'm sure many think the same, and not necessary to live in this nightmare. Simply a budget's subject, normal in a greater or lesser degree in any society.
Peace to TONE2 and everyone!