D&D 3e (3.0/3.5) Rules
by Clive Squire
You cloak a dagger in a cover of darkness. The dagger is considered to have total concealment, even in the open. You can use this dagger to make an attack, either melee or ranged, at a single target in range. The target is denied all dexterity bonuses to his AC for the attack, and is considered flat-footed, for that round. This stacks with rogues sneak attack ability and any bonuses from flanking or other combat moves. If you get an attack of opportunity the bonuses apply to the attack. Only the first attack counts for these bonuses, all other attacks are resolved normally.
Focus: A dagger.
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