Unseen Assailant (3.5e Feat)
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Unseen Assailant [ToP Skill] You specialize in stabbing your opponent in the face while somehow remaining hidden. Benefits: This is a skill feat intended for use with the Tome of Prowess. It scales with your ranks in Stealth.
- 4 ranks: While you are successfully hiding from an opponent, your melee attacks against them benefit from precision based sneak attack damage. You gain 1d6 sneak attack dice per 3 ranks in stealth under these circumstances. These dice do not stack with any other sneak attack dice you may have. If you have a sneak attack pool that is larger than you would receive from this benefit, you may instead add one extra sneak attack die to your normal pool.
- 9 ranks: You no longer reveal your location after attacking someone while hiding. The penalty to your stealth check for fighting while attempting to avoiding notice is reduced to -5, but only against those you strike in a round. In addition, you may gain a blur like 20% miss chance for 1 round by spending a swift action. This miss chance has no effect against perception checks to notice you and is considered an illusion with a caster level equal to your stealth check bonus -5.
- 14 ranks: When using stealth to avoid notice, you can't be detected by anyone taking 0 on their perception check. Additionally, you no longer suffer penalties for attempting to avoid notice while fighting.
- 19 ranks: Once spotted, you need not dive for cover to hide again. You gain the Hide in Plain Sight class feature. If you already have this feature from another source, you instead deny all bonuses to find you due to familiarity. Your concealment ability improves to mimic the effects of displacement for one round.
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