Talk:Eternal Deceiver (4e Paragon Path)

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Scales.png This page is of questionable balance. Reason: The powers need a power source. Deceiver's Rebirth has some sloppy wording: tells us to not regain hitpoints from using two surges, but then puts us on hit points equivilent to two surges. By "rise" does it mean the character is no longer prone?

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The "rise" part has been fixed. Racial paragon paths like this one typically don't have power sources, by which I presume you mean keywords like "Arcane" or "Primal." The "spend two healing surges without regaining hit points" is worded that way because spending healing surges is part of the power's cost. Even if part of the power involves regaining hit points, it should still be worded that way.

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