In terms of charms stealth + Ebon shadow style can have a utterly devastating surprise attack but needs to be in stealth to do that, forcing them to stand and fight really hamstrings them.
On to the real answers: In creation only the absurdly paranoid or really major powers would have plans for a super-ninja assassin, they are too rare to make doing otherwise a realistic worry. That being said if I were to be paranoid:
Body-doubles, possibly magically enhanced.
Making myself a load-bearing villain. try to set things up such that killing you makes things worse for whoever...
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Enemies Like GrassSo the charm Enemies Like Grass from White Reaper Style allows you to make 2 attacks. Then "While White Reaper Form is active, Enemies Like Grass allows the martial artist to make an additional attack—decisive or withering—for every halo she has. However, at the end of the turn, all halos burn away, as with Bleeding Crescent Strike."
Are these extra attacks in addition to or instead of the normal number? I assume in addition to, since otherwise at 1 or 2 halos it is worse or provides no benefit. For example say I have 2 halos and I use ELG. Do I get 2 attacks since...
DBs: Honestly pretty critical
Exigents: A new thing that doesn't have a splat to crib from, plus if their powers are truly individual that seems like it would contain better guidelines on home-brew that could prove useful in updating any of the others.
Lunars: Lunars seem to be operating more openly in 3E, making this while not nearly as critical as DBs a fairly important book, could probably be swapped with Exigents above.
Sidereals: A popular splat (and probably my personal favorite), but you really don't need this book to run almost any non-sidereal specific...
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