Sliding zero squares and deadly draw

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The deadly draw feat is:

DEADLY DRAW

Whenever you pull or slide an enemy to a square adjacent to you, you gain combat advantage against that enemy until the end of your next turn.

So if you attack a dwarf that is adjacent and slide it one square which is then reduced to 0 due to the dwarf's power stand your ground do you gain CA against it?

 


 
If they did not leave their square, they did not slide.
If they did not leave their square, they did not slide.

If you stand up in a square after being knocked prone do you move? Would this not be the same?
If you stand up in a square after being knocked prone do you move?


No, you don't move. You didn't left a square to enter another, which is what move means.

Yan
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If they did not leave their square, they did not slide.

If you stand up in a square after being knocked prone do you move? Would this not be the same?

You used a Move action, you did not "move" in 4e terms. Not the same thing.
That makes sense. Thanks for all the quick replies