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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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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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