In 3.5e, I used to add Sneak Attack damages to all the attacks of my character as long as the target was flat-footed or flanked or...
However, when discussing the feature with wax eagle he mentioned that in 5e Sneak Attack applies once per turn.
I am not sufficiently familiar with 5e terminology yet to understand exactly what that wording entails. So, I imagined the following situation:
- I strike a surprised opponent thrice, twice with my main-hand and once with my off-hand
- then, before my next turn, I also deal one strike to an opponent streaking past (AoO)
In that situation, which of my attacks benefit from Sneak Attack damages ?
- in 3.5e, it would have been all, that does still apply ?
- only one attack per opponent ? (once for my regular turn and once for my opportunity turn)
- only one attack at all ? (opponent of my choice, possibly wasted)
- only the first attack ?