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Mage Slayer: When a creature within 5 feet of you casts a spell, you can use your reaction to make a melee weapon attack against that creature. If a creature within 5 feet you casts a cantrip, can the reaction attack be used?

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Blood of Potency (Path of Blood •••) allows lowering one's Generation. With appropriate optimization, one may have 11 dice + 2 automatical successes on this power: Willpower of 10, True Love 4-pt merit, Path of Mars • power, and lower his or her Generation to 3d or lower (expected amount of successes is 6.4, one goes to expend the power to last for 2 hours, other go to decrease Generation from 8th).

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Are there any other ways to separate the casting of a spell with it's effect other than to include a Time 4 Sphere? Example 1: An alchemist spikes a drink with a deadly poison (Life 3 / Prime 2 plus one quintessence for aggravated damage). If the victim drinks it a minute later will it affect them? What if it was an hour later? Does this need time magic to define the event that fires the spell or is there another way? Example 2: A Mage scribes a rune on an alleyway wall, anyone seeing it becomes confused (Mind 3).

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The chameleon is a prestige class for rogues that lets you meditate and "become" any class for a day, you can become a fighter and handle weapons with proficiency, or you can become a cleric and heal people. Humans, Doppelgangers and Changelings can become this class. It involves being selected by other chameleons and receiving training at a far-off temple. Changelings are a race that can modify their appearance, so they're perfect for the chameleon class as they can play many roles with their abilities and change their appearance to fit it as well.

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Can a character to sneak up on another character, who has blindsight? Can i just make stealth check to hide from blindsight?

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I am playing Ranger in D&D 4e and I built myself around Flying Steel and other attacks that let you make a ranged basic attack when (trigger). I want to know if there is a way that I could use an at-will attack power in place of a ranged basic attack. I have already taken Primal Sharpshooter multi-class feat for Seeker for use of biting swarm. Primal Sharpshooter: Use of inevitable shot once per day. Use of inevitable shot is not regained when spending an action point. Use of one 1st-level seeker at-will attack power once per encounter.[PH3:193] Is there a feat or a paragon path I could take that would allow this?

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I am playing a ranger and I have both hobbling strike and world serpents grasp. Say I use twin strike and both attacks hit. On the first hit I choose to forgo hunters quarry to slow the target and on the second hit I knock the target prone. Can the slowed prone target still take a crawl action? I am sorry if my formatting is wrong Thanks

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I remember little about the film, but it had a lasting impression. It was B+W. I saw it on TV in the early '60s, therefore I think it was a 1950's movie. The scene I recall vividly: two guys enter the factory to investigate suspicious behavior regarding missing persons. Down in the basement, under large overhead pipes, they can hear objects shoot through the pipes. One of the pipes is leaking. One guy lets some drip onto his hand, only to find the fluid is human blood. They realize that the whooshing noises coming from the pipes are of human bodies being moved through the pipes from one factory area to another.

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In Lost, mostly all the dead and non dead characters return for the last season. But Walt didn't return for it, he didn't even appear in Lost: Missing Pieces episode, Room 23 which was even about him. He did appear in the epilogue but he was absent from most of the show, even when he is supposed to be so special. Is there any reason for his absence?

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