Walk Among the Fey:
Prerequisite: 11th level, bard
Benefit: Whenever you use a power that slides a creature, you can teleport that creature an equal number of squares instead. Where you teleport the creature remains subject to any restrictions on the original slide.
the subject matter of this feat came to light for a particulare skald/warlock hybrid a friend of mine posed. the obvious rulings imo is that if a creature is physically restrained the restraint ends. magical it remains.
the one we are not so clear on is. if the move or slide origionally would have to move through an enemy square then even though it is a teleport it could not. due to the line "any restrictions on the origional slide". since the origional slide could not move through the enemy square to the final destination it could not either.
i would like others opinion on the feat. if not an official ruleing as wizards is currently very busy.