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Is Granting an attack considered an attack?

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1 Is Granting an attack considered an attack? on Thu Sep 08, 2016 9:18 am

If a character becomes invisible until they make an attack and use a power that grants another character to make an attack. Does the invisible character become visible?

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I would say if it's an Attack Power then, yes, you would become visible.


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I agree with Ross, if you use an Attack Power to grant an ally an attack, then you're using an attack and should become visible.

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