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In D&D4E if you have concealment and make an attack, are you still concealed?

As a specific example, a Warlock gains concealment from his Shadow Walk power, then wishes to make a ranged attack. Does he lose the concealment bonus after making the attack?

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No.

Nothing in the rules for Concealment[DDI] says anything about losing the benefit when making an attack.

I think you're confusing it with the rules for the Stealth[DDI] skill, which explicitly mentions that you stop being hidden when you make an attack.

As for your specific example: yes, the warlock would stay concealed until EONT. Nothing in the description of the Warlock[DDI] class puts any restrictions on the Concealment gained from Shadow Walk, which in turn means that the standard rules for the condition apply.

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