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RAW, you can't get Defend the Line unless you're a Knight. Defend the Line is a utility power granted by the Fighter Stance class feature of Knights. It has no level, and thus cannot even be replaced by Acolyte Power when you multiclass. There's space for a multiclass entry feat that gives you the use of some Fighter Stances, but multiclass support is very ...


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RAW, the only way you can get it is by Paragon Multiclassing. The entry for paragon multiclassing in the Player's Handbook (209) specifies that: At 11th level, you can choose to replace one of your at-will powers with an at-will power from your multiclass class. Note that unlike the Half Elf's Dilettante or Human bonus at will, this does not specify an ...


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Not Really The best options are ones that don't automatically allow resistance checks, like Illusion or Luck Control, or that have functions and ranks separate from PL, like Insubstantial or most Movement powers. These mean the PL 2 characters can assist a high PL character, but they can not grant the PL 2 the ability to overwhelm a high PL character. One ...


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You are correct. That particular function of Crag of Steel if going to be fairly limited outside of specific party compositions (mainly ones that include PCs who give direct damage penalties or non-resist damage reduction like Aegis of Shielding). However, I'd generally classify that part as a ribbon, since, as you noted, the rest of the power is actually ...


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TL;DR (in order) Yes, it would have to be an object of some sort. Only what the GM decides to impose on people carrying things, and of course PL limits. None unless you add one. Longer Answer If you are using an Affects Others effect on a Device, then you could use a Standard action to give that set of powers to a given target and it would be present as ...


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As you've noted, the wording is vague. The group I'm part of (which I believe is the largest 4e community still active), however, actually went with option 3, which is that the target cannot move, in any way, to a square that is not adjacent to the battlemind that lodestone lured it. This sounds like your option 1, however, forced movement is still movement. ...


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Savage Worlds uses two different solutions For NPCs It is a special ability that they can just do. The trap would be similar to a blast power, centered on the trigger (a.k.a. the skull). Touch the skull, everything in a Medium Blast Template takes 2d6 damage. If there is an ongoing cost to use such abilities, that needs to be stated in the specific ...


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