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No According to the Stealth skill: When moving at a speed greater than half but less than your normal speed, you take a –5 penalty Being Observed If people are observing you using any of their senses (but typically sight), you can't use Stealth. Against most creatures, finding cover or concealment allows you to use Stealth. If your observers are ...


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I have also asked this question on The Atomic Think Tank, the official forum. The general consensus seems to be purchasing Morph is probably the cleanest way to do it, with most people opining Morph 1 is enough since most people aren't going to know the difference between "this place has more ants than I expect" and "this place has more flies than I expect", ...


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TL;DR The rogue makes a single Dexterity (Stealth) check against a DC15 passive Wisdom (Perception). Beat that and the rogue gets past. What the rules say about hiding Stealing large chunks from my answer to What advantages does hiding have? Best to go back to the source on this; bold italics are my emphasis. PHB p.177 Stealth. Make a Dexterity ...


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Passive Perception is used only when a creature is not actively trying to notice something. If a creature is guarding an area than generally they are meant to be looking out for signs of danger, intruders, or what-have-you, and thus they are actively trying to notice something. As such, they're not using their Passive Perception and would get to roll a ...


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Remember that as the GM, you always have the authority to say "no". If this is the case, you should tell the player first and let them decide. "The area is well-lit and well watched, you think it is impossible to sneak through." If the player still wants to sneak, then just tell them "your character is spotted" and run it from there. No dice roll (there is ...


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This would be a Skill Contest. The guards are actively looking for intruders while on duty. So they aren't passive and therefore do not use Passive Perception, instead they get a roll for Perception. Depending on the number of entrances, or how the player wishes to sneak past, they may or may not have disadvantage. I believe this would be left up to the GM ...



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