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    Pixie in the Playground
     
    HalflingRangerGuy

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    Mar 2012

    Default understanding surprise

    When someone uses a power or something to become invisible (eg memory hole augmented once) would the receiver of the invisible player's next attack be considered granting combat advantage for being 'surprised'?
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    Titan in the Playground
     
    Kurald Galain's Avatar

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    Default Re: understanding surprise

    Yes, an attacker has combat advantage if the defender cannot see him.

    No, this has nothing to do with "surprise".
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