Is there any item, power, or feat that would allow you to use the Riposte Strike rogue power on someone else's turn other than using a readied action? I'm trying to see if theres a way to trigger Riposte Strike twice in a turn and the only way I could think of is to somehow use Riposte Strike before you went on the first round of combat.
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Not so much.
There are a few classes (warlord, bard, shaman etc), that allow others to make attacks on their turn, but usually that only provides basic attacks. So unless you have one of those classes in your party, and have a way to turn Riposte Strike into a basic attack, you're out of luck (spoiler: there isn't a feat that does this which means you're probably out of luck).
So the answer here is pretty much "No"
I know of one method of doing so - the Anticipate Action ability of the Talaric Strategist Paragon Path. Not sure how well this path may suit a Rogue.
Anticipatory Action (11th level): When an enemy enters a square adjacent to you, you can spend an action point to take a standard action as an immediate interrupt.
The simplest way would be to Ready an Action.