Tail Lash (4e Feat)

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Scales.png This page is of questionable balance. Reason: Balanced some of the qualities of this move, made it an encounter and added some (what I think) proper keywords to the mix. I still feel it's a bit overpowered so I reduced the die size to 1d4. Compared to Tail Slap, this is still probably the better choice as this can grant you (and your whole party) combat advantage before you even do your standard action (making that land easier also) for two turns. Whereas Tail Slap is situational, and only provides knock down which (in most cases) makes the target harder to hit. And Combat Advantage is much better than a prone target in most cases (especially if the party as a rogue)


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Tail Lash [Lizardfolk]

You use your tail to get advantage against your enemy.
Prerequisite: Lizardfolk
Benefit: You gain the Tail Lash power.
Tail Lash Lizardfolk Racial Power
With perfect timing you smash your enemy's face with your tail, making your enemy lose his focus briefly.
Encounter Star.gif Martial, Reptile
Minor Action Melee 1
Target: One Creature.
Attack: Dexterity +2 Vs. Reflex
Hit: 1d4 + Dexterity modifier damage, and you gain Combat Advantage against the targeted enemy until the end of your next turn.
Special: At Paragon levels the attack bonus increases to +4, and damage increases to 2d4. At Epic levels the attack bonus increases to +6, and damage increases to 4d6. you can use this power only once per round.




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