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Can my friend, who is a swordmage, and I, who am a battlemind, both have the same enemy marked at the same time?

I tried to read the rules and look up the answer but I am pretty new to D&D.

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No, a creature can only be marked by one opponent at a time.

From the Rules Compendium, p232 (emphasis mine):

Marked

  • The creature takes a -2 penalty to attack rolls for any attack that doesn't include the marking creature as a target.
  • A creature can be subjected to only one mark at a time, and a new mark supersedes an old one.
  • A mark ends immediately when its creator dies or falls unconscious.

A creature can only be marked by one person at a time. When a 2nd person marks the creature, the 1st person's mark is removed.

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