The Woven Worlds
Bluff: You gain a +2 bonus to your Bluff check if you have cover or concealment against what you are lying to. You gain a +5 bonus to your Bluff check if you have superior cover, total concealment, or have invisibility against what you are lying to. When you use the Bluff skill to attempt to gain combat advantage, it is a minor action, not a standard action. Furthermore, if you fail the check by 4 or less, you do not gain combat advantage. If you fail the check by 5 or more, the target of your feint gains combat advantage against you until the end of the target’s next turn.
Endurance: When you are using Endurance to endure a particular situation, your resistance/vulnerabilities affect your Endurance rolls. (e.g. If you have resist 5 cold, you gain a +5 bonus to Endurance checks against blizzards, snowstorms, and the like. If you have immunity to cold, you automatically succeed with Endurance checks against blizzard, snowstorms, and the like.)
Monster Knowledge: When making a monster knowledge check, you roll a d20. Then, I (the DM) add the proper bonus. If you beat a DC 15 (DC 20 at paragon tier, DC 25 at epic tier) you find out which knowledge skill was used. If you beat a DC 20 (DC 25 at paragon tier, DC 30 at epic tier), instead of the powers, you learn which of the monster’s defenses are the highest, higher, lower, and lowest. (E.G. A wight has AC 19; Fortitude 18; Reflex 17; and Will 16. A successful knowledge check would say: “This monster’s highest defense is its AC. In second is its Fortitude. Third place is its Reflex. Its Will is the lowest of the defenses.”) If you beat a DC 25 (DC 30 at paragon tier, DC 35 at epic tier), you learn the monster’s resistances, vulnerabilities, and immunities, but not their exact values. (E.G. A sword wraith has resist 20 necrotic, insubstantial; vulnerability 10 radiant; and immune disease, poison. A successful knowledge check would say: “This monster has resistance to necrotic and is insubstantial. It also has a vulnerability to radiant. It also possesses immunities to disease and poison.”)