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Yes Nowhere (other than vaguely, in the flavor) does it say that you actually need to have blood in order to be a blood mage or use your blood mage powers. This may seem odd, but that's just how D&D4e works - mechanics (e.g, powers) do what they say they do, nothing more or less. The flavor of a given power can be entirely disjointed from its actual ...


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According to the compendium, the information for creating a Hybrid vampire is in Dragon Magazine 402. You can check here and type in vampire hybrid : http://www.wizards.com/dndinsider/compendium/database.aspx You may also want to see this question: Is the Hybrid Vampire any good? I personally did not go for a Hybrid when I wanted to make a Vampire ...


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Yes. You are the source of the ongoing damage from Cruel Cut Style/Furious Smash. While your ally is making the attack, you are the one causing the effect of the ongoing damage and thus would be able to use the Disciple of Torment feature to cause them to grant combat advantage. It's important that the Cruel Cut style is not directly modifying the attack ...


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Yes and No. Intrinsic Weapon properties only apply to the end that they apply to and do not apply to the other end. Magic properties apply to both ends of a weapon equally. The description you are referring to with the double sword is flavor only and the stats of the double sword are to be used regardless of the flavor. In fact, in the case of a double ...


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Half Elf Dilettante does not grant any implement proficiency. You can still use the power (unless a specific implement is required). But, no, you can't use enhancement bonuses from magic implements at higher levels either. However, most implement powers can be used with any implement, and thus if you are part of an implement wielding class already, you do ...


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Simple Version Shadow Slip -- Argawaen Power 11 You step into the shadows, only to reappear out of them, somewhere else. At-Will ✦ Shadow, Teleportation Move Action -- Personal Requirement: You must be in a square of darkness. Effect: You can teleport your speed to another square of darkness. If you were hidden when you began, you ...


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Looking at the rogue's handbook, the level 10 utility "Shadow Stride" (which your power's text seems to be inspired from) is rated meh: Shadow Stride (PHB) - A decent upgrade for Fleeting Ghost for out-of-combat situations (lets you get through lighting without getting seen), except if you're a Cunning Sneak. For them, this is as obsolete as its ...



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