- Suppose a Barbarian (with a reach 1 weapon) isn't adjacent to any enemy, but there is one 1 or 2 squares away. Can he use Pressing Strike to shift adjacent to that enemy and attack all in one action?
- Suppose a Barbarian is adjacent to enemy A, but really wants to attack enemy B who isn't adjacent. Can he use Pressing Strike to shift away from A and get to B?
Or is Pressing Strike only usable to circle around/barge past the enemy you want to attack? Basically, when are you required to declare the ultimate target? What if the target shifts or teleports away as an immediate action while you're in the process of shifting -- can you pick a different target or does the action end?
Pressing Strike At-Will Standard Action Melee Weapon Target: One Creature Keywords: Primal, Weapon Effect: Before the attack, you shift 2 squares. You can move through an enemy's space during the shift but you can't end there. Attack: Strength vs. AC Hit: 1[W] + Str modifier damage, and you push the target 1 square. If you are raging, the attack deals 1d6 extra damage.