It depends on the situation. Andrew Tempest correctly pointed out in his answer that for general stealth tests. You launch the attack because you’re in a position to actually get a solid hit. With that in mind, I allowed that test because the eye wasn’t fast enough to avoid that back and forth, move, and counterattack. The book stipulates that if half of the group succeeds, that group succeeds. Do you toss a stealth check using the group average, or do you allow one half-spin to ruin the check for the whole group? Who if someone fails a sneak check, not just the whole party.
Bosstontee – Unicorns If You Can See Me I Failed My Stealth Check T-Shirt, Sweater
Honestly, it doesn’t make any sense in the world that gambeson would be detrimental in terms of stealth. Especially when the skin is not. I have worked with both materials and objectively leather is louder than fabric. The results of the stealth test. It squeaks and creaks in ways fabric can’t. I have two solutions to something that everyone needs to pass, such as hidden checks. But, what does the guard see? It doesn’t matter if the team’s stealth reels are clearly better. It would be impossible without the help of magic or a special sense. I will stipulate that they will automatically pass a stealth test if the only way the creature perceives them is by sight.
If a creature is actively listening then the invisible character gains an advantage on the reels to try and hide. They will automatically pass through the stealth roll if they are not moving / making no noise. However, how did the party react to this sudden change? The guard was facing the hallway, which was well lit. He will automatically notice if a non-hidden person walks in, no need to check the possibility. Come on, you now have a stealth check that can fool a god! Now go out and stab back! With all that said, spotting a one-inch floating item with stealth is quite difficult, so usually stealth is not required.