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I found a build I like, it's called Half-Orc Shock Trooper. There is a list of feats and powers but with no description or source. Where can I find out in which book or magazine are their descriptions?

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The easiest thing to do to find the source of a feat is to search the WOTC online compendium. You have to have DDI to get the power/feat etc text. But the search helpfully lists the source for it so you can go find it in a source book.

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The D&D Compendium will show you what the source of the feat and/or power, but it unless you sign-up for the paid version, you will not get the rules text.

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