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Black Panther (Civil War) reflecting stuns incorrectly.

AmonthirAmonthir Posts: 754 ★★★
While I am aware that he reflects Physical stuns as long as he has an Armor Up, I stunned him with Mordo's L1 in an arena match, and he was properly stunned, with no reflection, while he had Armor Ups. However, as soon as I attacked him, he stopped being stunned and reflected it back onto Mordo. I have also experienced a situation in Alliance War, where I parried BPCW with my Ultron, when he had >no< Armor Ups, and then attacked him. My first hit caused him to gain an Armor Up, and that promptly reflected the Stun back onto me mid-combo, even though the Stun had been inflicted before any Armor Up buffs existed. Why are his Armor Ups reflecting stuns after the fact?


  • EbbtideEbbtide Posts: 292 ★★
    I've had the same issues recently. His stun rejections are acting like Mordo's, where it requires a physical attack to undo the stun he is under.

    I also thought it was supposed to work in the instant a Stun occurred, but only so long as he initially had an Armor Up, and not later?
  • AmonthirAmonthir Posts: 754 ★★★
    That is how his ability is worded, to reflect stuns inflicted while he is under the effect of Armor Up, at the cost of a charge of Armor Up. Not stuns inflicted before he has any Armor Ups, it should not retroactively count.
  • Shadow_roastShadow_roast Posts: 399
    If he gets armor up, b4 or after u stun him...he should reflect it
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