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It's neither of those. Here's the key phrase: For each square you move, you slide a creature grabbed by you 1 square to a square adjacent to you. At each square along your route, you slide any one of the creatures you have grabbed 1 square to a square adjacent to you. If you can keep both the creatures you have grabbed in range of you in this fashion, ...


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No, powers that let you shift as an REACTION don't negate attacks. There are two different kind of immediate actions: Immediate Reactions and Immediate Interrupt. Immediate Reactions powers happpen AFTER the action that triggert it has been resolved. Immediate Interrupt powers occur BEFORE the action that triggers the power. When you are attacked and ...


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It depends on the exact writing of the power. The Warlock's Eldritch Strike has "This power counts as a basic attack." So all things that trigger on basic attacks do so. However, powers such as the Paladin's Ardent Strike have "This power may be used in place of a basic attack while charging" and do not count as a basic attack, because it is only "in place ...



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