Make a Use the Force check. The result of the check determines the
maximum size of the target you can lift (see below). If the target is a creature that resists your attempt, your Use the Force check must also exceed the target's Will Defense. You can hurl the target at (or drop it on) another target in range if your Use the Force check exceeds the second target's Reflex Defense.
Both targets take damage determined by your Use the Force check result.
DC 15: Move object up to Medium size (deals 2d6 points of damage)
DC 20: Move object up to Large size (deals 4d6 points of damage)
DC 25: Move object up to Huge size (deals 6d6 points of damage)
DC 30: Move object up to Gargantuan size (deals 8d6 points of damage)
DC 35: Move object up to Colossal size (deals 10d6 points of damage)
Ok, so first I make a Use the Force check to see the size of the object I want to pick up. Lets say I roll a 30 on my check, which allows me to pick up a Gargantuan sized object (or smaller). The only thing near me I can pick up however, is Huge sized, so I select that. When I attempt to throw the object at an enemy, what damage is done? Is the damage based off of the size of the object you pick up, or the Use the Force check result?
Logically I would think that you only deal damage based on the size of the object, yet the underlined section above specifically says that the damage is based off the Use the Force check result.
If I pick up a medium sized creature, but my Use the Force result was a 30, and I slam them into another medium sized creature, what is the damage that is done?