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I know that there is a Knight in D&D 4e, but I want to know where the detailed rules are for this kind of Fighter. I want to check if it has some other powers than the one I have from a template.

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The Knight is found in Heroes of the Fallen Lands, or I linked to the DDI description if you have access to that.

It is a fighter variant. This means you can replace Knight powers with Fighter powers of the same (or lower) level.

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Also, Eladrins have a variant Knight in dragon magazines (can't remember which one at the moment). – Caden Raikoujin Iyori Dec 8 '11 at 23:58
But only powers that have a level. So, neither Battle Guardian (Fighter Attack) or Defender Aura (Fighter Utility) - which both lack a level - can be swapped for a Fighter (Weaponmaster) at-will or utility power. – Erik Burigo Dec 9 '11 at 15:59

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