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Theres a barbarian feat that says that the barbariam get +2 dmg to his marked targets.
Theres a daily power that in the effect secction it says he marks the target and get+2 atack against that target.
Cant find the description for the barbarian mark. Its like the fighters or paladins? irs free action, minor action? does it last until next turn or until the barbarian changes target? Does the enemy gets the -2 to attacks when not targeting the barbarian like the rest?
Marked is a condition, it means that the marked creature takes -2 to hit when it makes attacks not including the marker.
The condition is imposed whenever a game element says it is imposed, for as long as it says it is - in the case of the Barbarian, they don't have a great many native ways to mark, so that feat's not much use.
Pretty sure you're reading that feat wrong, it says the Barbarian gets +2 when he is marked by his target.
Heres the feat:
Primal Power book, pg.143
Benefit: you gain a +2 bonus to attack rolls against any creature marked by you".
Heres the power:
Primal Power book, pg.16
"Rage of the death spirit
Effect:you enter the rage of death spirit. Until the rage ends, as the first action of each of your turns, you can use a free action to mark each enemy within 2 squares of you, until the end of your next turn(...)"
hope this helps.
Targeted Assault received a Rule Update on 11/23/2009. The bonus is against creature that marked you.
FWIW, Rage of the Death Spirit does exactly what it says it does, which is allow you to use a free action as the first action of each of your turns whilst it's active, to apply the marked condition to each enemy within 2 squares of you, each of the marks lasting until the end of your next turn.
Thank you!Didnt know about the update.
U know where can i get the newest "errata"?
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