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I have discussed this topic with several Pathfinder- and XCrawl players and came to a conclusion: You can't. The only way for Specialists to be useful without Sneak-Attacks is to pick open doors, which again is not useful in combat either. I discussed this topic thoroughly with my GM and asked him to lift his restriction on constructs so I can be useful to ...


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This is a classic case of denying the antecedent. In formal logic, this is invalid. For example, If I am in Dallas, then I am in Texas. However, if I am not in Dallas, I'm not in Texas is invalid. (I could be in any other city in Texas) It is valid to say, I'm not in Texas, therefore, then I can't be in Dallas, TX. (Modus Tollens, ...


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The Finesse property allows you to choose between using strength or dexterity when making an attack. As such, so long as you're making a melee weapon attack and choose to use strength for the attack roll than yes, Sneak Attack can be used in conjunction with Reckless Attack.


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I have recently began playing again, and with an undead heavy campaign we needed to find a place for the rogue. So we began looking at the game mechanics, first on Critical hits. We all agreed that a Critical hit won't apply to undead......obviously. We then looked at the other features of the rogue, the crippling strike. Now this can be used against ...


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Wizards of the Coast: No. Mongoose Publishing: Yes. Analyze Unliving: Pick a monster type: Construct, Elemental, Ooze, plant, or Undead. You can do sneak attacks against a monster of that type, but they are d4 damage dice instead of d6 damage dice. (Ultimate Feats) Some Friendly Advice If you can't sneak attack, then you have one thing that you can ...



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