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10-10-2009 @ 3:49PM
Hi Raze (I'll also reply to Gridpoet here).From my understanding (which might be wrong), TBW (the beast within) was not able to be used while feared, incapacitated, or many other forms of CC upon the hunter prior to 3.2.2.A comment on wowhead.com echoes this sentiment:"One of the most useful skills against warriors and rogues. Against rogues, this makes you immune to crippling poison and stuns, allowing you to get away and kill the rogue. Against warriors, this makes you immune to the stun effects of charge and intercept stun, and makes you immune to Piercing Howl and hamstring.Just think of what the PvP Trinket can dispel. Now make it have an 18 second duration, as well as dispelling ALL movement imparing/stunning/fear effects currently on and casted later.Also note that you can still use Bestial Wrath (Beast Within) when your pet is feared or incapacitated. It will act like the warrior's Deathwish and break it immediately. You just can't use it while you (you as in the hunter) are feared or incapacitated."Emphasis on the last sentence in that post.This comment is positively rated and was made at the time of 2.4.2. You can find it here:http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=34692As for me being "stupid" because of this supposed inaccuracy, if I am indeed wrong I will gladly edit the post accordingly.
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