So my 6th level scryer/slayer/gunslinger's bonded object is a masterwork X-laser. Our party has an awesome flowing monk with Greater Reposition. I have Snap Shot, Combat Reflexes, and a very high Dex mod. Thusly, the first 8 times a round the monk repositions an enemy (which he does a lot but, admittedly, not usually more than 8 times a round) I get a free potshot, as long as the repositioned enemy is within my maximum range.
What I'm wondering is if should actually be rolling the AoOs like regular X-laser shots (lines extending from me to maximum range) rather than as a single target effect like I do right now. On the one hand, the X-laser states:
When making an attack with an x-laser, make a single attack roll and compare that result to the ACs of all creatures in a line extending out to the weapon's maximum range.
On the other hand, AoO are specifically directed at the character that provoked them, presumably to somewhat mitigate bag-of-rats fightering:
In this case [where she has provoked an attack of opportunity], combatants near her can take advantage of her lapse in defense to attack her for free.
We're pretty far from 'normal' attacks of opportunity anyways, since being repositioned provokes attacks from people even if they don't threaten the enemy's squares and I can make attacks of opportunity with a ranged weapon and I can make more than one per turn, so I'm thinking the former of the two statements is actually more compelling here, but I'm not sure.
When I make an AoO with my X-laser do I attack all things in a line or just the provoking opponent?