Invisibility and Stealth are one of the great cat & mouse games within Pathfinder. There are lots of ways to cancel Invisibility or Stealth, but it's not always clear if the opponent has them.
So imagine you're an invisible rogue with 3 targets. One of them has permanent True Sight, but you don't know this. It's your turn and you're picking a target. You want to pick the target that will be surprised because that's most of your damage.
So you ask the DM, "do any of them see me"?
Is there anything RAW on how to resolve this scenario?
- Is this is Perception check? (DC estimates?)
- Is this just a Bluff / Sense Motive opposed roll?
- Do we require PCs and NPCs to actively Bluff when they do see somebody invisible, but want to pretend that they don't?