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It's an interesting question how it might work with a boat that moves no faster than your normal speed.
Probably the same way as it would on the second floor of an unmoving house. My guess is: if the surface you're on is as sturdy and reliable as "the ground", it qualifies as being the ground.
Magic tends to work best when considered intuitively, rather than scientifically.
That dwarves get to treat them as martial weapons for proficiency purposes doesn't change that they are exotic.True, but:
Weapon Familiarity: Dwarves are proficient with battleaxes, heavy picks, and warhammers, and treat any weapon with the word "dwarven" in its name as a martial weapon.
It doesn't say anything about proficiency. Dwarves treat any weapon with "dwarven" in the name as a martial weapon. So that should be for all purposes: proficiency as well as creation.
Why punish the babies for the crimes of their parents?
Actually, this is the norm in many historical and even some current legal systems. Though usually "toddlers" are exempt.
I'd say it could pass for not-evil (but only just) if the PC invoked rules and customs of warfare. But in most cases that won't fly.
A KN Nature would tell your character if it was a were.
Why Knowledge? Wouldn't Perception make more sense, the animal shape being essentially a disguise?
Additionally, don't weres revert to their humanoid form if killed? (Dead give away there)
They do, but to know that should require Knowledge (Nature).
At the risk of appearing flippant: an increase in the base Wisdom score would do that. And Inexplicable Luck gives a massive 8 point bonus to a d20 roll... but only once a day, only for Humans and only after taking two feats.
Basically magical energies surrond you as you cast spells or some such that make it obvious what you are doing because even with no spell components you still provoke an AoO.
Was it ever confirmed that something observable occurs when casting a spell? As that AoO might just be because the caster is focusing on the spell and not paying enough attention to their defences.