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Rabbit


Cageable:

No

Limit:

3

You can own up to three copies of this pet.

Default Rarity:

Poor

The default rarity is the minimum when a pet is learned. For wild pets this is usually "poor". Pets from other sources can be common, uncommon or rare by default.

Source:

Pet Battle

Expansion:

Mists of Pandaria


Owned by:

93.36%

Based on this many collections: 28480 Players who own this pet have it:

Once: 57.64%
Twice: 25.11%
Thrice: 17.25%

Strategies:

58

Popularity:

High

Pageviews:

1623


Breeds:

BB, SS, HP, HS, SB
HB

Critter
Critters are immune to stun, root, and sleep effects.
50% vs. 33% vs.
33% vs. 50% vs.
When you have two rabbits, you'll often soon have three.
Source
Pet Battle: Azshara, Blade's Edge Mountains, Crystalsong Forest, Darkshore, Dun Morogh, Duskwood, Elwynn Forest, Eversong Woods, Feralas, Highmountain, Hillsbrad Foothills, Howling Fjord, Moonglade, Mount Hyjal, Mulgore, Nagrand, Redridge Mountains, Silvermoon City, Silverpine Forest, Stonetalon Mountains, Stormwind City, Tirisfal Glades, Western Plaguelands, Westfall, Wetlands
PvE
There are multiple rabbits (what a surprise!), some of which have different base stats. This description applies to most of them, though.

Dodge and Burrow make for a decent avoidance, as long as the rabbit is faster – and being faster supports Flurry too.
Most of S/S rabbits have 357 speed which can be too much in some PvE cases, but you should have at least two (Spring Rabbit is always this).

Can also switch Burrow for Stampede if you rely on the debuff lasting longer w/o bonus damage per hit.
Last Update: 2022-01-25 10:45:46 (Patch 9.1)
PvP
Other Info
Examples of rabbits with exceptional stats are Grasslands Cottontail (less speed, more power) and Elfin Rabbit (no S/S breed, but base speed offsetting that, and more health).
Last Update: 2022-01-25 10:40:53 (Patch 9.1)

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