Dragon's Wing (4e Paragon Path)

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Dragon's Wing[edit]

I will strike at you from the skies, from which you will never see me. The only sign of your death will be my shadow before I strike!

Prerequisite: Dragoon

The Dragon's Wing was once an elite cadre of the overall dragoon forces. Although the dragoons have left the service of dragons, and now maintain a separate and independent elective aristocracy, the dragon's wing is still the exclusive and selective force of the dragoons in the Shadowfell. Few dragoons are allowed to join in them, but those who do, are a force to be reckoned with.

Dragon's Wing Path Features[edit]

First One In (11th Level): Increase your speed by +1; also add you unmodified Dexterity modifier to your initiative, and subtract it from the "time" roll of any jump attack.
Dragoon Cadre (11th Level): You can spend an action point to regain one dragoon encounter power you have already used, instead of taking an extra action.
Concealing Shadow (16th Level): Once per round, when you have combat advantage against the target, you can choose to apply that damage as necrotic, and you gain concealment until the end of your next turn.

Falling From the Sky Dragon's Wing Utility 11
You add an extra bit of height to your attack, making it sting just a little bit more.
Encounter Star.gif Shadow
Minor Action Personal
Effect: Add a +2 power bonus to the attack roll of the next encounter or daily attack you make with the jump keyword, you can also make a secondary attack. If the attack already has a secondary attack, the radius, attack and damage is modified as above.

Retributive Strike Dragon's Wing Utility 12
The fury of your friends' pain adds to your swing.
Encounter Star.gif Shadow, Weapon
Immediate Reaction '
Trigger: One of your allies within 5 squares gets hit by an attack
Effect: Add a +3 power bonus to your next attack roll and add an additional 1[W] damage.

Forceful Tactics Dragon's Wing Attack 20
Your attack causes the target to retreat less than carelessly, drawing fire from all your nearby allies.
Daily Star.gif Shadow, Weapon
Standard Action Melee weapon
Target: One creature
Attack: Strength Vs. Fortitude
Hit: 4[W] + Strength modifier damage, and you slide the target three squares. If the target is bloodied you can slide the target a number of squares equal to your Dexterity + ½ level. If the target leaves a square adjacent to any allies they can make an at-will attack against the target.

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