So my home games you start off with a feat to allow more options at early levels. The DM and I wanted to test out the new class variants to see how balanced they are and if they break anything. I decided to play rogue and be using a bow since I have never done a ranged attacker outside of a spell caster. So Longbow it is since I’m playing a wood elf. The class variant for rogue was an ability called Aim. You gain advantage as long as you don’t move at all on your turn unless you were forced to move. It also eats up your bonus action, meaning you only have one chance to hit. So I was wondering if it would be worth it to get Sharpshooter first or Elven Accuracy. Sharpshooter mostly will be canceled out by the Aim ability but Elven Accuracy would make me hit most of the time. Thoughts?