I was considering using Deep Shroud, but have a question on attacking through the cloud it creates. The Effect reads: "You create a shroud of supernatural shadow around you. Until the end of your next turn, the space you occupy and each square adjacent to you are heavily obscured."
I know this affects anyone trying to attack the sorcerer while it's active, but does the sorcerer take a penalty to attacking anyone outside the AOE? (Say, an enemy in a well-lit square 8 squares away from the sorcerer while Deep Shroud is active?)