An NPC concept I think could be interesting is an Awakened Weasel Druid, who's taken over from an old humanoid friend as protector of the forest.
However, pretty much all the rules (understandably) assume that medium size is the default, and thus Wild Shape being restricted to Medium/Small size creatures makes sense for a medium sized Druid. This logic falls apart if I were to apply RAW to my tiny druid who can Wild-Shape into a creature two size categories larger than it at level 4, whilst a medium druid could only do so at level 8.
Thus, my immediate thought would be to shift all the references to size down by one category (so that the rules effectively emulate those applied to a Small Druid). Therefore my tiny druid can wild-shape into a tiny or small creature at level 4, or at level 6 a medium/diminutive creature, or a tiny elemental.
Obviously as GM I can just do what I want, but I wanted to check with you. What issues would there be with this ruling?