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No, especially not with the Biohacker class. In terms of ability scores and HP, the Raxilite's size is baked into the mechanics of the race in a balanced way. You pretty much enumerate the relatively few mechanical advantages and disadvantages associated with tiny size. Note that not having a reach basically makes combat maneuvers impossible since the ...


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CRB 295 from Archives of Nethys - Items and Sizes Weapons sized for small and medium creatures are functionally the same size - a goblin can wield them with no penalty. A battleaxe sized for a large creature will be problematic for a small goblin to wield. There is no longer any mechanical bonus just for using a weapon of a larger size in this edition of the ...


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Can a Goblin use a Greataxe, or two Battleaxes? Yes. To expand on that, generally size of weapons and creatures has much less impact on the game than it did in PF1. To the extent that small and medium size has no impact on weapons - a small creature can wield a medium weapon, just as easily as a medium creature, and vice versa. In effect there is no such ...


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https://www.d20pfsrd.com/bestiary/rules-for-monsters/monster-advancement/ this points out a different look...maybe it's new since then but this would then be considered a clarification. There is str gained when size changed. Plus since its an (Ex) "extraordinary" ability, it is not of magical means either. From my understanding means it can stack ...


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No, as the mounted creature is still a Medium creature Being mounted does not change the size of the mounted creature (see the rules on Mounted Combat; PHB, p. 198), so if the Hunter ranger targeted the mounted creature with an attack (taking your example of a human on a horse), the mounted creature (the human) is still Medium and therefore would not qualify ...


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