Alright, then I guess we all followed Vitris and hid behind a boulder.
Originally Posted by Eric Scott
Knowledge (the planes) (1d20+21)
When his surprise action comes, the stone takes a 5 ft step out from behind the boulder. (Honestly he was invisible, so he may not of even been behind it). As a standard action he casts arcane fusion and therefore casts true casting and then an empowered maximized enervation.
Ranged touch at the pit fiend (1d20+25)
Spell resistance check (1d20+27)
If he hits and gets through, the pit fiend takes 8 negative levels.
The stone draws his sword, adapts a stance (as a free action) that gives opponents a +4 to hit him, but they provoke AoO's. He then raises out his arm, till it is pointed at the pit fiend with his open palm up. A motion is then made, taunting the pit fiend to come closer. "Bring it"
Is it a unfair house rule to say cohorts do not go on surprise rounds?