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Stun from a werebear attack?

Discussion in 'Druid' started by Ed from Russia, Apr 14, 2008.

  1. Ed from Russia

    Ed from Russia IncGamers Member

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    Stun from a werebear attack?

    I never play PvP and certainly not with a Werebear, so I never noticed before: I dueled with a sorceress and as soon as I hit her once she was stunned and I won.

    Where does this come from? Werebear form? Maul? Or was it my weapon (Dark Clan Crusher because I couldn't equip my upped Ribby yet)?

    Proud to tell you that my lvl 39 Summoner Werebear kicked the lvl 52 Lightning Sorc's backside until it was purple. At some point she asked me to unsummon all my minions (my Grizzly and Ravens were bothering her) and not to use Shockwave, and she still couldn't beat me. Not sure why she let me get so close all the time.
     
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    Re: Stun from a werebear attack?

    Look on the Maul skill...it has an in-built stun effect :D



     
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    Re: Stun from a werebear attack?

    And SW does stun, nublet :p
     
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    Re: Stun from a werebear attack?

    Always wondered what that skill was good for, except for the visual effect.



     
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    Re: Stun from a werebear attack?

    Well, I'm not sure what exactly you're asking. If an opponent has swirlies then any kind of damage they take will put them into hit recovery. If you SWed her then went to town she'd be in hit recovery until you either missed (unlikely) or blocked. Same way Ghost's use Fire Traps + MB to lock opponents.
     

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