3 years ago ::
Apr 14, 2010 - 11:19AM
Nov 14, 2008
Someone in a different forum hoped for an errata on this, but I don't see a thread on it here, so I'm bringing it!
Because they are introduced in the same volume and both deal so heavily with Stealth, it appears that Gloaming Cut is intended to be used in conjuction with the new Cunning Sneak class feature for rogues.
However, the Stealth check from Cunning Sneak can only be used at the end of a move action, which Gloaming Cut is not. So wouldn't you still need superior cover or total concealment?
Perhaps Gloaming Cut is intended to allow a Stealth check regardless of cover/concealment? Seems unlikely, but you never know.
More likely, Cunning Sneak needs to be fixed so that it works whenever you voluntarily move at least 3 squares (and, of course, end with cover or concealment).
If your position is that the official rules don't matter, or that house rules can fix everything, please don't bother posting in forums about the official rules. To do so is a waste of everyone's time.