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From the description of Udyr's Tiger Stance:

(Stance) – Activation: Udyr's next attack will deal his current attack damage in addition to magic damage over 2 seconds.

If Udyr selects tiger stance, waits for the cooldown to refresh, attacks an opponent, then re-activates tiger stance and attacks again, what will happen? Is the magic damage dealt twice?

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I can't say with 100% certainty (so not posting as answer), but it is most likely a unique buff that grants on next hit magic damage. If that is the case, no, it won't. – Snuffleupagus Jun 11 '12 at 18:08
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Been maining udyr for a couple of months (a source for the answer)

Basically, the buff is extended, not doubled. You still deal the same damage over 2 seconds, but the damage may be extended to 3 or 4 seconds depending on when you apply the buff. If you look closer, you see that udyrs bleed ticks for half the displayed damage every second for 2 seconds.

Assuming you deal 100 damage over 2 seconds, and strike your opponent again with the buff directly after the 1st tick:

  1. 50 damage after 1 second
  2. bleed reapplied
  3. 100 damage after 2 seconds
  4. 150 damage after 3 seconds

Tl;Dr - you dont apply a 2nd stack of the bleed effect. You simply prolong the initial effect.

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Yes, if you proc tiger stance as your first attack, then activate tiger stance again, it deals the bonus damage.

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