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What is added on to secondary attacks with implement powers?
Background: The Wild Magic Sorcerer in my group often uses his at-will power Chaos Bolt. On a hit with an even numbered roll, he gets to make a secondary attack against a creature within 5 squares of ...
Nov 2 '11 at 21:32
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