I’m looking for a feat or trait or something that a PC (not a rogue) can take that would allow them to use a bluff check on a creature during combat to get them to look away from the party, making them flat-footed. I think Bluff vs Sense Motive could work, but then I couldn’t have a mechanical means of making the enemy flat-footed.
I know the rogue has a couple of talents that are meant to distract the targeted creature (Demand Attention and Distracting Attack), but these are more combat-centric, bring the attention back to the rogue, and only work for the rogue. Feint is a bit weird, it’s either completely useless or the ruling isn’t clear.
I’m looking for a feat that’s along the lines of:
You convince a target to look another way with a lie that made it more concerned than you and your party
Each day for a number of times equal to your charisma modifier, you can make a bluff check against an enemy or a group of enemies that you or an ally or allies are in combat with. The DC for the bluff check on one creature is 15 + 1/2 the target’s level + Wisdom modifier, while the DC on a group of creatures is 20 + 1/2 the highest-level target’s level + the highest Wisdom modifier within the group. A successful roll renders the enemy flat-footed to you and your allies for one round.
You can only attempt this
talent/skill/feat/thingon intelligent creatures. You cannot attempt this feat again on the same creature or group of creatures for 1 week.
Is there such a feat/talent/thing? Or would a Bluff vs. Sense Motive be sufficient?