Shares a name with an attack from Pokemon. The secondary effect is similar to the flinching mechanic in Pokemon, though Pokemon's Horn Attack does not have a chance to make enemies flinch.
Somewhat badly worded. Presumably it is the target who has a 50% chance to be trampled, but the tooltip is rather ambiguous.
Not used by anything speedy enough to make very good use of it.
50% damage bonus against critters does not seem to work on my 25lvl Stunted Shardhorn even this is beast damage.
Just to clear up the confusion about the stun portion of this tooltip,
it is the target that is stunned
, not the user. That is how the ability functions in the game.
Pet collectors are aware of such abilities as Ghostly Bite and Haymaker, which do stun the user, so the tricky wording of this tooltip can make it confusing who actually gets stunned. Blizzard appears to have used the word "they" as an object pronoun to refer to the prepositional object "target" when in fact "they" is to be strictly used as a subject pronoun. The grammatically correct word that should be used here is "it", however it may be better to explicitly say "the target" a second time to avoid any ambiguity.
I have used this ability several dozen times and not once has it stunned anything. Lame attack with a too long CD for a chance at an ability that never works.
Basically this is a boss ability meant to leave even more to RNG besides crits. Thanks Blizzard.
A Pet Battler's Guide to: Defeating the Celestial Tournament
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