Here's a fun new combo for Paragon (at least, a search on the forum didn't turn up any of these keywords... but with the new forums, who knows?) It actually is amusing enough to make me want to build it for RPGA play. Basically, it involves exploiting memory of a thousand lifetimes (MoaTL).
If you don't want to read the whole post, here's the combo: Auspicious Lineage (roll 1d8 instead of 1d6) + Armor of Essence Inviolate (add your MoaTL bonus to AC) + Weapon of Evil Undone (add your MoaTL bonus also as a bonus to your next attack roll) + Ascendant Lineage (recover the use of your MoaTL if you fail your check) + Immortal Skill (and/or Immortal Resilience & Immortal Prowess) (roll a minimum of a 4 on the check). Radiant Power is an amusing add-on as well, and at epic you get the ability to roll the 1d8 twice and take the better result.
How does it work? Every round you roll some sort of check that is guaranteed to fail, that takes a minor action or less to do. Use your imagination here (rolling Insight to disbelieve illusions or sensing outside influence in combat is a great choice). Then you pop off MoaTL, and it still fails, so MoaTL recharges but you still get the AC and to-hit boosts. Result? You get max(4,+1d8) = +5.25 to AC and to-hit every round. =) If you think this is cheesy, then just pop off MoaTL just whenever you make a low roll in combat and unlikely to succeed even with the +1d8. (Avengers are great for this.)
I'd giggle, but that wouldn't be very manly of me.
I'd make either a battle cleric or avenger to best make use of this combo.