Benefit: Whenever an opponent you threaten takes a 5-foot step or uses the withdraw action, that opponent provokes an attack of opportunity from you. If the attack hits, you deal no damage, but the targeted creature is prevented from making the move action that granted a 5-foot step or the withdraw action and does not move.
Benefit: When a foe provokes an attack of opportunity due to moving through your adjacent squares, you can make a combat maneuver check as your attack of opportunity. If successful, the enemy cannot move for the rest of his turn. An enemy can still take the rest of his action, but cannot move. This feat also applies to any creature that attempts to move from a square that is adjacent to you if such movement provokes an attack of opportunity.
If a creature is subject to one of the above feats, does it enact the remainder its turn as if it never did the action that provoked the feat, or is it treated as having done the action? For instance:
If a character attempts a 5-foot step and is stopped by Pin Down, does it count has having 5-foot stepped (albeit ineffectually) and therefor cannot move for the remainder of its turn, or can it still take one or more actions to move?
If a character adjacent to someone with Stand Still attempts a move action and is stopped by Stand Still, can it still take a full-round action that does not involve movement, or only a standard action?
If a character can take a full-round action after being stopped by Stand Still, what if the character started a move action and was stopped by Stand Still after moving 5 feet? Does that count as having made a move action or a 5-foot step?