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Only moving out of an enemy's reach provokes opportunity attacks. From the Basic Rules, p74: You can make an opportunity attack when a hostile creature that you can see moves out of your reach. To make the opportunity attack, you use your reaction to make one melee attack against the provoking creature. The attack interrupts the provoking ...


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A single move typically provokes only a single AoO. That is, let's say you have an ability that allows you to threaten an entire three square radius around you (Improved Snap Shot, perhaps?). Anyone that moves from outside your threatened area to adjacent to you provokes one attack of opportunity from you with that move, no matter how many threatened ...


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Sorry, one movement only provokes one AoO from a given defender. See the d20pfsrd: If you have the Combat Reflexes feat, you can add your Dexterity modifier to the number of attacks of opportunity you can make in a round. This feat does not let you make more than one attack for a given opportunity, but if the same opponent provokes two attacks of ...


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He gets an attack of opportunity when they swing and when he hits. He gets two only if they hit. He gets one if they try. You need to make multiple tumble checks, one for each enemy you pass, and can choose to not make a tumble for certain enemies, ensuring that they have an opportunity to attack you. He can intentionally not use an AoO to save it for later ...


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It's reasonably straightforward. If Jack provokes an attack of opportunity (which means he didn't make a Tumble check to avoid it), then If a guy in the hall chooses to attack Jack (they might not, after seeing the first couple dissolve in a red mist), Jack may choose to attack them, if Jack still has an AoO for the round (Combat Reflexes only gives you ...



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