Currently, I'm playing a character with three fighter and two rogue levels. I'm a part of two-man party in which the other player is Cleric. Shadowdancer Prestige Class always intrigued me so I went ahead and took two levels in it.
The feat sounds really good: I can take an action to increase my threatened area, which means the opponents will provoke more attacks of opportunity, and it lets me move toward provokers. I have 22 dexterity so that is a lot of attack of opportunity potential. In essence, I will move to those who provoke and strike. A nice part is that as I move part of these attacks, I can use stealth thanks to Hide in Plain Sight, and strike flat-footed victims.
Is this as good as it sounds?
I'm asking this because I don't really have any experience playing high level characters. The downside of this feat is I sacrifice my normal attacks but can take more attacks if there are a lot of opponents trying to get close to us.
Also, if this feat is worth taking, what other feats synergize well with it?