Espionage Talent Tree

You use your knowledge of stealth and survival to make yourself a master of espionage and a valuable resource for those who wish to keep their hands clean in dirty situations.

  • Fade Out: You know how to make yourself scarce when dealing with suspicious or hostile beings. You can use your Stealth ski ll, not Deception, to create a diversion to hide (see page 73 of the Saga Edition core rulebook). If you are trained in the Deception skill, you gain a +5 bonus to your skill check for the purposes of creating a diversion.
    Prerequisite: Trained in Stealth.
  • Keep Together: Whenever you are hit or missed by a melee or a ranged attack, you can move up to your speed as a reaction, provided that you end your movement adjacent to an ally. This movement does not provoke attacks of opportunity.
  • Prudent Escape: Whenever you reduce a target to 0 hit points or otherwise render a creature unconscious, you can choose two allies within 6 squares of you and within your line of sight. You and the allies you chose can immediately move up to your speeds as a reaction. This movement does not provoke opportunity attacks.
  • Reactive Stealth: When you are missed by a ranged attack and have concealment or cover from the attacker, you can move up to half your speed as a reaction and make a Stealth check to become hidden from your attacker, provided you still have concealment or cover at the end of your movement.
    Prerequisite: Trained in Stealth.
  • Sizing Up: Once per encounter, you can make a Perception check against the Will Defense of a single target that is within 6 squares of you and within your line of sight. If you succeed, you gain a +2 insight bonus to all skill checks and attack rolls against the target until the end of the encounter.

Source: Galaxy of Intrigue, pp. 22-23.

Espionage Talent Tree

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