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Perfect Strike and Champion's Strike


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Cheliax

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As written:
"Perfect strike can be used in conjunction with any champion’s strike, but you must expend a total of two uses of mythic power to do so."

Wording is unclear, as all champion's strike abilities are swift actions but perfect strike is a standard action.

Either you use champion's strike and can add the benefits of a mythic power in a standard action.

Or you use the mythic power and add the champion's strike benefits in a swift action.

The latter seems a tad overpowered so I guess we should use the former.

Correct?


I am interested in Jason's take on this as well.

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