Eye Poke (4e Power)

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Eye Poke Monk Variant Attack 1
You poke the target's eyes with your two fingers.
At-Will Star.gif Martial, Weapon
Standard Action Weapon
Target: 1 creature
Attack: Dexterity Vs. Reflex
Hit: 1[W]+ Dexterity modifier damage. The target is blinded until the end of your next turn if you are in the stance of the jade serpent.

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