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Per Pathfinder Core Rule Book: Square Occupied by Creature Three Sizes Larger or Smaller (page 193): Any creature can move through a square occupied by a creature three size categories larger than itself. A big creature can move through a square occupied by a creature three size categories smaller than it is. Creatures moving through squares occupied by ...


A tiny creature can stay in squares occupied by allies but still provokes when moving through some threatened squares: PFSRD Cover Rules don't indicate that a creature provides cover against base range melee attacks, only ranged attacks and Reach attacks.


If you use a bullet for small staff slings it deals 1d6 points of damage and you add your strength modifier. But if you use ordinary rocks for a small staff sling its damage would be 1d4 because that is the damage for a tiny sling staff. The medium damage for staff slings are for medium characters who uses staff slings.


The rule for tiny creatures does not specify only "naturally" tiny creatures. It is a blanket statement -- if you are tiny or smaller, you use your dexterity modifier. Other rules that apply to tiny creatures apply to creatures made tiny by reduce person (bonus to AC, penalty to STR, etc), and I see no reason to think that this particular rule is any ...


No Being behind another creature does not allow you to hide. The rules To attempt to hide from a creature you must be not be seen by it (PHB p. 177). The Skulker feat allows you to try to hide when you are lightly obscured from the creature from which you are hiding (PHB p. 170). A lightly obscured area is defined as such: Vision and light (PHB p. ...

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