In the near future I'll be DMing an all Rogue/Assassin (Hybrid and multiclass ok, but with no Arcane, Divine, or Primal) only starting L9 (5 players)
Most of the players are a little concerned about first/second round misses.
To compensate for this I thought maybe, I'd give them all a second action point, but it has a specific use.
They can expend it before using a power to get a +2 to hit and damage but grant combat advantage to all adjacent to them when using it until the end of their next turn.
Alternatively, it can be used as an Immediate Reaction (yes this does count as thier Immediate Action for the round) for the first Miss of a round to re-roll the attack. No bonuses, grant combat advantage to all enemies until the end of the encounter.
I don't intend encounters to last more than 3 or 4 rounds max if they all hit consitantly, so I think a re-roll is well worth granting CA for a few rounds
Thoughts? Too harsh? Too soft?