I usually don't like to call 3-bets OOP at all, 4-bet or fold.
100bb deep with a hand like one of those you mentioned I am folding majority of the time.
Like you said there are a lot of factors that come into play when deciding what to do in certain situations.
For instance if you and villain are both 200bb deep and you open raise from the button and a nit with a low 3-bet% 3-bets you, you can be pretty certain he has a strong value hand and can narrow his range down to something like AA-JJ, AK or something.
I personally would consider calling with suited connectors and small-medium pocket pairs only if you think villain is the type to get sticky with an over pair and will pay you off if you hit your set, straight or flush.
But in general as I said 100bb deep you open raise something like 66, 77, 87s, 98s etc and get 3-bet even if villain has high 3-bet percentage I am usually folding.
There are much better hands to bet 4-bet bluffing
with, you want hands that have blockers for a start and ones that can pick up some decent equity on the flop. Say A2s-A5s are good 4-bet bluff hands as you have the Ace blocker to begin with, you have suited cards than can make the nut flush and you can also make straights with these hands.
To be honest there really is no default strategy as you will always have to take into account villains stack size, your stack size, previous hands, if you are using a HUD villains 3-bet% and also your fold to 3-bet% etc, etc.
But as a good rule of thumb try and not call 3-bets OOP 100bb deep.