Amongst my group, there appear to be a number of methods of deciphering the injury from the kraken’s Fling motion:
Fling. One Massive or smaller object held or creature grappled by the kraken is thrown as much as 60 ft in a random course and knocked inclined. If a thrown goal strikes a stable floor, the goal takes 3 (1d6) bludgeoning injury for each 10 ft it was thrown. If the goal is thrown at one other creature, that creature should succeed on a DC 18 Dexterity saving throw or take the identical injury and be knocked inclined.
The space for the injury calculated is in query:
If the creature is thrown an meant 60 ft however interrupted say 30 ft in by a stable floor, is the gap then thought of to solely be 30 ft for the injury calculation? This is able to appear to be supported by the “as much as 60 ft” phrasing, but in addition would then suggest that the creature thrown had much less momentum from an interpretation of physics merely resulting from a wall current in the way in which.
Or would the injury be thought of from the complete 60 ft of the preliminary throw? The “as much as 60 ft” would assert a person could possibly be thrown much less distance by the kraken’s intent, randomly, DM, and many others. Then, the injury in query could possibly be based mostly on this.
The interpretation of the “as much as” is as much as DM discretion. Which of those interpretations is appropriate for the kraken’s Fling motion?