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The basic rule of thumb is, When the enemy uses THEIR move action, it can provoke an attack. If their movement is done via any other method than their own action, it cannot provoke an attack of opportunity.
This may not help the rules question, but in the realm of the real world objects fall at 1 earth gravity (a measurement of acceleration) having a value of +16ft per second- which translates as 1st second 16ft, 2nd second 32ft, 3rd second 48ft (after three seconds the object has fallen a total of 96ft; six seconds 336- not accounting for wind resistance). ...
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