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Royal Standard (4e Paragon Path)
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|“||“May Bahamut bless and keep those who stand with me today.”||”|
|—Valna, First Half-Elven Female Royal Standard, at her coronation.|
Prerequisite: Color Bearer, Gold Standard
From the gilded edges of gold, you've risen to jewel crusted and magically imbued flags, the royal standard is respected by almost all that see it. Holding such high above your allies is a great inspiration to them. By wielding such a flag, you show the importance of striking true and with precision, being a guiding force for all those around you. It is of great importance to you that none miss their mark.
Royal Standard Path Features
- Gilded Edges (11th Level): When you spend an action point to take an extra action, your allies gain +3 to all attack rolls until the end of your next turn, and an additional bonus equal to your Charisma Modifier. You may choose, however, to roll 1d10, and take that as a penalty to your own attack rolls until the end of the encounter, so that your allies keep their bonus to the end of the encounter as well. As a free action, you may end this effect.
- Knight's Approach (11th Level): When battle starts, roll 1d6. For the first rounds of the battle equal to that roll, all allies within 10 squares of you gain a bonus to their attack rolls equal to your Charisma Modifier. This stacks with all other bonuses.
- Nobility in Battle (16th Level): When you use Invigorating Flag, roll another die of equal size for the effect. When you use Banner Preservation, roll another 2 dice of equal size for the effect.