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Your mileage may vary. Wizards was inconsistent about using the word "Attack" to refer to a Power vs. to an attack within a power, and with keeping the powers logical in general (which results in some amusing results- see the Barbarian's Thundering Howl for an example of a Melee Burst). If "attack" here means the power, then it should apply. If "attack" ...


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Yes, it applies to both Hit lines and Effect lines. It even applies to Miss lines. That's because it applies to "your melee attacks", and the entire power is an attack - provided it meets the conditions for being considered an attack. All of those lines (Hit, Miss, and Effect) are part of the power, therefore part of the attack, therefore eligible for extra ...


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Looking at a power like Tsunami Throw, the answer is No. This power has the attack seperated with a different attack keyword. It's Burst instead of melee at that point and the damage would not apply. It's not a melee attack at that point, it's a burst attack. If the effect is not a separate attack with a separate keyword, it's still a melee power and thus ...


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1) No, because as you've noted, it's a separate attack, and it doesn't have either an implement or a weapon keyword, so your implement or weapon isn't going to affect it. 2) Yes, the vulnerability would be pinged twice if you find a way to make both of them cold. There are a couple of possible ways to do so, but they all bring up further rules questions: ...


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Flurry of Blows does not have the implement key word so it would not gain the benefit of dealing cold damage. However if you found some way to have your flurry deal cold damage then it would trigger any cold vulnerability when used.



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