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Sometimes timing is everything. Paizo has just launched their Advanced Class Guide. The book is filled with Hybrid classes that mix features from different parent classes. The book does not contain a Druid / Rogue hybrid. However, it does contain about 10 pages of material for a building a reasonable Hybrid class. It also has even more archetypes. So you ...


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Complete Adventurer had a prestige class for 3.5 called the daggerspell shaper, which advanced Sneak Attack, Spells, and Wild Shape. As for feats, I am not aware of any, but in the same vein as Daring Outlaw etc. from Complete Scoundrel, this feat seems quite reasonable: Natural Ambusher Requirements: Sneak Attack +2d6 Trackless Step ...


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I strike a flat-footed 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 ? No, firstly, there is no "flat footed" ...


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I want to add that you should check out the write-up here about Sorcerer bloodlines for the Arcane Trickster: http://rpg.stackexchange.com/a/41406/2458 For many Arcane Tricksters, Scorching Ray is really their bread and butter spell. When you take 4 levels of Sorcerer your BAB falls behind heavily. So it's hard for you to be on the front lines. Using Ray ...


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Sneak Attacks with spells follow the normal rules for sneak attacks Specifically, the phrasing of sneak attack only specifies weapons in the section on nonlethal damage (which cannot normally be dealt with spells anyways). Touch attacks, ranged touch attacks and other such attacks caused as part of spells may therefore be used to deliver sneak attacks so ...


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Being a 10th level arcane trickster. http://paizo.com/pathfinderRPG/prd/prestigeClasses/arcaneTrickster.html#_surprise-spells Surprise Spells: At 10th level, an arcane trickster can add her sneak attack damage to any spell that deals damage, if the targets are flat-footed. This isn't a true sneak attack, so it's apparently not subject to the 30ft ...



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