I'm a player in a campaign. One of the encounter I'm currently in is my party are surprised by bunch of skeletons in the bushes when we arrived at a clearing.
We fall back to the bushes. I rolled Stealth Check to Hide.
This is where I'm confused. The DM does not give a DC for me to roll against, so I don't know if I successfully hide or not. They still attacking me although I'm already hidden. I rolled a 13, so I think they have passive Perception 13 or higher and they can spot me.
Tried to find rules for hiding from PHB and from some questions here, but I still don't understand how it should work. This is my understanding of how hiding works:
You roll a Stealth check. You are now Hidden with the value of your Stealth check (in my case 13). Enemies in combat with Passive Perception less than 13 won't notice me, but those with higher can target me. They can do a Search action to actively looking for me with their Perception check, and if a creature rolls higher, that creature is now able to target me.
Is my understanding right?