In 4e d&d there are a number of powers out there like stances, that activate the use of a (secondary power) that usually revolves around triggers and USUALLY ends the power that activated it, however in some cases this doesn't happen, and the secondary power is classed as a daily, or encounter so I've assumed they've only been able to be used once.
but I've seen a number of things that suggest otherwise.
for instance, the Blackguard power, slave to fury is a short use retaliation move. that in effect is designed (both author developer comments and power notation) acts a little like the rogues duelist's prowess. The power itself makes reference to multiple uses of the secondary power (as it is triggered you can use it, and as its an oppertunity, its every turn not every round)
yet the secondary power is marked and noted as an encounter power like its. I've run into this DMing and Playing as a character. I thought I'd gotten down pat what limits these secondary powers have. but now I'm not so sure.
Can such a secondary power, notated as encounter or not, but used every time it is triggered within the limit (for instance, until the start of your next turn) or are they supposed to be limited like I've always had them to single use (encounter and daily)
can someone please clear this up?