Sometimes dialogue would go along with a feat but dialogue alone is never a feat as I sometimes just add it in for dramatics / whatever: if it's a feat some kind of effect will be described or if it's not yet described it will at least be hinted. The effect will then show later so you'll know it was a successful feat. Feats generally also go along with some kind of action aside from dialogue.
So in this case, the dialogue where the leader is ordering his men what to do isn't a feat, what happens slightly after that is:
His axemen following closely behind him, the leader strode forward, presenting his shiny shield to the mages. The soldiers started shouting something repeatively in their foreign language. It sent chills down the spines of several of the Magus Guild, and a glow began to encompass the East’s position. Nothing else happened though, the influence of the shield on the battle not yet revealed.
The parts in bold are important. It translates to 'the leader used the power of his shield to create a glow around his men of which we don't know the effect yet.'
Last edited by Bragallot
on Wed Jan 26, 2011 12:16 pm, edited 1 time in total.