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Pet Battle: [25] Nazjatar

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Ground
Idles about.
Pit-pattering footsteps; vocalizations (on-click)
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3 allowed
Battle For Azeroth
Patch 8.2.0 | Posted: April 16, 2019
Data not yet available.
Requires Pet Level: 1

100% Hit Chance 

 

Pinch the target with your massive claw, dealing 295 Aquatic damage.

 

Damage increases by 98 each time it is used. Max 492 Aquatic damage.


Vs. Elemental

Vs. Magic
Requires Pet Level: 10

100% Hit Chance 

 

Pokes the enemy, dealing 394 Critter damage.


Vs. Undead

Vs. Humanoid
Requires Pet Level: 2

100% Hit Chance 

 

Adds 157.6 damage to every attack against the target.

 

Lasts 3 rounds.

3 Round Cooldown
Requires Pet Level: 15

100% Hit Chance 

 

Deals 394 Beast damage and reduces the target's speed by 25% for 4 rounds.


Vs. Critter

Vs. Flying
4 Round Cooldown
Requires Pet Level: 4

100% Hit Chance 

 

Submerges, becoming unattackable for one round.

 

On the next round, you attack, dealing 591 Aquatic damage.


Vs. Elemental

Vs. Magic
5 Round Cooldown
Requires Pet Level: 20

Reduces up to 295.5 damage from each attack against you.

 

Lasts 2 rounds.

Aquatic

Passive: Purity 

Harmful damage over time effects are reduced by 50% on Aquatic pets.

 

Damage Taken 

50% from Flying abilities

33% from Undead abilities

Nazjatar — Nazjatar
Only found as an added pet (may join a battle)

The "hissing" of this crab can be heard underwater, and is actually it rapidly clicking its smaller claws.
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