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Yes, because the trigger was the minion making an attack that doesn't include you. Whether or not that attack misses does not matter. The minion has to be missed by an attack that deals damage on a miss for it to ignore that damage. Monster Manual, page 282 A minion is destroyed when it takes any amount of damage. Damage from an attack or from a ...


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It depends on the class Different classes use marks in different ways, some having generic marks, and some having special, named marks. For example, Paladins have not just one, but two named marks, Divine Challenge and Divine Sanction, which have additional features beyond generic marks. Swordmage Aegis marks are indeed special marks with extra features ...


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No, a summoner wizard cannot replace a defender. Summons won't even come close to replacing a defender. First, summon powers are all dailies, so at level 2 unless the party is only having 1 fight per day then the wizard is not going to have a summon for every fight. Second, summons lack any method of actually defending. They have no marks, and they usually ...


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Yes, the defender's action will interrupt -- and under certain conditions it will render ineffective-- the opportunity attack. They are both essentially immediate interrupts. The opportunity attack is triggered by an external event, the defender's feature is triggered by the OA. The OA interrupts the external trigger, but the defender's feature interrupts ...


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As per our discussion in the chat: I suggest you equip you soldiers with the following gear: Full Plate +5 Tower Shield +5 Mighty Longbow +5 Longsword +5 Arrows (100) Tanglefoot Bag (10) The tactic is to charge into battle, throw down tanglefoot bags (Which snares the enemy - disabling their movement), and stand behind the tower shields shooting arrows ...


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In your case, no. The ability for you to to make your Aegis Assault attack is listed as an effect of your Aegis of Assault that comes after the marking action. If the target was not marked by the Aegis, then it isn't vulnerable to the Aegis attack granted as part of the marking power. The Aegis says "your marked target" as opposed to the fighter's Combat ...


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I would say yes, and that's the way we're playing in my campaign. If the designers didn't intend it to go like that, I think they could have written the text as, for instance: Trigger: An enemy marked by you uses an attack power that does not include you as a target



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