If a druid wildshapes he magically changes his physical appearance. Let's say he turns into a spider. If he uses "pass without a trace" he gets flat +10 stealth. If he then proceeds to cling to a human trying to stay out of sight and someone with truesight comes near.
Does the truesight user have to find the spider first before truesight reveals the true form of the druid? Does the pass without a trace spell still give the bonus? If the spider is behind the humans leg, would the truesight user see the druid poking out left and right behind the leg or does wild shape completely disregards any magical revealing except for detect magic?
I am a little confused by truesight and its ability to see the unseen.
My question is specifically centered around "Does the truesight user still have to see the spider-formed druid first before truesight takes effect?"