Causes target to stop attacking immediately and go back to its natural state.
Like Charm, this ability can and does fail. The success rate of Tame is determined by comparing your INT to the target's INT.
Tame only works on things that can be charmed. Otherwise, it will have no effect at all.
Tame seems to only work if only one player has hate from the target monster. If two or more players have hate on a monster, Tame will have no effect.
Tame is unlikely to work on a monster that has low HP.
Tame will not work if the Beastmaster already has a pet.
Tame cannot be used on another player's mischarmed mob, only your own.
Some BSTs macro this ability in with their charm in case of a failure, like so:
With this macro, if the charm succeeds, the mob will be charmed and Tame will not occur. If the charm fails, Tame will immediately follow and hopefully calm down the mob. You then may attempt, in a few seconds, to try re-charming the mob without it beating on you! Note, however, that if the mob is outside its spawn area immediately Taming it will cause it to despawn before Charm is ready again, so you may want to wait a few seconds before Taming.