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You do not lose the power. The standard action to ready gives you the opportunity to make an immediate reaction later on in the turn. You don't lose powers that are never used. Think of readying as converting a power from "standard action" to an "immediate reaction," with the trigger you specified. Some more details: This does burn your immediate action ...


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Burst actually doesn't inherently mean the power targets every enemy - it means the power covers, in some way, the area of the burst. (Close bursts are bursts centred around the caster.) Bursts are used in a few different ways, and do not by default target everyone (or necessarily anyone) inside them. For instance, the Cleric has the level 16 Hallowed ...


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Anything with the encounter usage type is valid for Soul Burn. I think you are confusing a couple things which Wizards didn't do a very good job of explaining. Powers are only divided into two types: Attack: Powers which are used to damage or hinder others (mostly) Utility: Everything else Either of those types can have one of the three usage types ...


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You cannot replace your Dilettante power with a class encounter power. When you gain your level 13 encounter power, it can replace any of your class encounter powers. Your Dilettante power, despite being useable only once per encounter, is neither an encounter power nor a class power. From PHB1, pg27, Powers (emphasis mine): ... At 13th, 17th, 23rd, ...


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Each encounter power you have can be used, normally, once, save for healing word. Healing word notes: Special: You can use this power twice per encounter, but only once per round. Therefore, as a half-elven cleric (I'm skipping human for now), you get your racial encounter power usable once (until you can take a short rest), your cleric's level 1 ...


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One of them Each Healing word is an encounter power. While it is possible to make the argument that: You can use this power twice per encounter, but only once per round. At 16th level, you can use this power three times per encounter. Means that the encounter is only "half-way used," the intent is clear. Furthermore, as restoring all healing words ...


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You are partially correct - the area effect Burst x generally covers all squares within x squares from the origin square, and affect any target in that area. Close Burst is still a Burst, but the origin square is always the user of the power. A Burst (Close or not) also does not need to have Line of Sight from the origin square to any of the targets to ...


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Slave to Fury's secondary power can be used as many times as it's triggered during the time limit. From the Slave to Fury primary power (emphasis mine): You grant combat advantage until the end of your next turn. Until the start of your next turn you can use the secondary power at will. If you don't use it at least once, your weapon attacks on your next ...



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