As a warlock, replaces your demon pet.
Buyer beware - as a BM hunter I ensorcelled a wild bird and lost all functionality of my normal hunter pet for a full 5 minutes, with no apparent way to cancel the slave pet that I could find! Thus rendering the use of this trinket detrimental to your gameplay and absolutely useless for anything other than purely cosmetic use, I thought the ensorcelled pet would compliment my pet assembly for additional damage, instead I got a wet lemon.
I just tested it and this appears to be castable and fully works to keep a feral DRUID tamed! It just needs to be hostile (opposing faction or dueling). It follows you and attacks like any pet would. The other person just sees a Charmed (
) status effect on their screen for 5 minutes and cannot do anything.
Wild, in 2020 you can tame druids.
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Not very useful. Can be used on beasts while out questing in the world, though they seem to lose most-if not all-of their abilities. Cannot be used in dungeons, even those with outdoor segments. But hey--tons of mastery and some haste.
An interesting side-effect of cancelling/losing the buff...
If you tell the pet to go stand somewhere, once the spell is broken (and you lose aggro obviously) it will then run and stand at whatever point it was last told to stand at - rather than despawning or going back to its usual route.
True story: Tamed a Hulking Doomfang to test this out. Came to Wowhead to see what others had done with this item. Logged back on to the game to find that my five minutes had run out and my "loyal" pet had murdered me. Sad times!
You are considered to be "in combat" while your pet is charmed, meaning that you're not able to participate in pet battles during this time.
Fun detected :( who thought 60 min CD was a good idea - poor form Blizz...
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