In d&d 5e When it comes to a rogue's sneak attack, let's use a 6th level with a short bow with 18 dex as the example character(which is a 3d6 sneak attack), do you add the +4 for the bow to each individual d6 roll? Making it +16. That's kinda high, so that's why I'm asking. Example encounter: there's an ogre and the party's paladin is with 5 feet of it. The rogue draws and fires on it, hitting it, 1d6+4 for the shortbow, then 3d6 for the sneak attack with +4 for each d6?(the total plus being +16)
I hope that kinda makes sense. In short, do you add your dex modifier to each of your sneak attack's d6s?