So, I believe that HP Bleed, in general, can not stack with HP Bleed. So, only the highest bleed works. This brings up several similar and related questions.
Anyway, I was reading over the Spheres of Power (some sort of casting system for Pathfinder). Seems cool. There's this one spell though:
Razor Claws: Choose one type of natural attack that does piercing or slashing damage (bite, claw, etc.). This type of natural attack deal 1 point of bleed damage plus 1 per 5 caster levels. This bleed damage stacks with itself but not other sources of bleed damage.
1) For simplicity's sake, let's say the target already has a 6 point bleed from another source. Can this stacking bleed damage ever build up, or is it always overridden by being a 1 point bleed?
2) What about for the case of a 1d6 point bleed? The online reference says you're supposed to roll each turn for it. How are you supposed to know which bleed is "bigger."
3) What if there are multiple bleeds with different dice rolls?
4) If the dice rolls come up 1, and you had a 2 damage flat bleed, do you no longer roll, and just take the flat one from then on?