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There are a few issues that might cause some confusion. An attacker with sneak attack qualifies when the target is denied his or her Dex bonus to AC. On the other hand, the attacker must also be able to see the target clearly to sneak attack. This can make a sneak attack difficult when both the attacker and the target have the same type of vision. Natural ...


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Vision and Light covers this In bright light a creature that's visible or lacking cover can't make Stealth checks. In normal light a creature that's visible or lacking cover can't make Stealth checks. In dim light a creature can make Stealth checks. Creatures have concealment (20% miss chance) against creatures lacking either darkvision or low-light ...


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If they can't see you, they can't take attacks of opportunity. If you can see them, you can if the other conditions are met. After a brief google search:a question on the same thing They seem to already have answered the question.


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As stated by The Amused Muse, Sneak Attack is a once per turn feature and will naturally only apply itself on one of your hits (whether it is because you have an Advantage on the attack roll or an enemy of your target is within 5ft of them). An attack of opportunity can also trigger it as a reaction, if I'm not mistaken. While we're on that, I might also ...


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Yes or No, depending on how you meant the question. Sneak attack is a once per turn feature, so you may not use it on both attacks. However, since sneak attack affects one creature you hit with an attack if you have advantage on the attack roll, while using a finesse or a ranged weapon, dual wielding is a decent option, as you have two chances to hit and ...



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