Feral Challenge (4e Feat)
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Feral Challenge [Racial, Class]
Benefit: In combat, enemies will find that you are not easily ignored by any means, because of your Feral Challenge; every time you successfully attack an enemy, you can choose to mark that target; your mark lasts until you wish to remove it, or until you use Feral Challenge against another creature. While a target is marked, it takes a -2 penalty to attack rolls on attacks that do not include you as a target in addition to granting you the ability to pinpoint its location so long as it remains within 10 squares of you.
Special: Apex Predator Challengers may make a free basic attack against a target in melee range whenever the subject of their Feral Challenge makes an attack that does not include the Apex Predator, as an immediate interrupt. Feral Challenge uses your Saber Fangs to determine damage.
|Feral Challenge||Feat Power|
|You will not be so easily ignored; your enemy will take heed of your presence by choice, or by pain.|
|At-Will Primal, Martial, Weapon|
|Immediate Interrupt||Melee weapon|
|Trigger: An enemy marked by Feral Challenge makes an attack that does not include you as a target.|
|Target: The attacking creature|
|Attack: Strength Vs. AC|
| Hit: 1[W] + Strength modifier damage.
|Special: Feral Challenge uses your Saber Fangs to determine damage.|