if a survivor a survivor is standing directly adjacent to a lion when he begins a full move through the location in which the survivor is standing are they knocked back along the same path that the lion is traveling? Assuming that there is no grab associated to this movement the survivor is knocked back 5 spaces landing in the path that the lion is traveling only to be knocked back again once the lion finishes his movement.
or is the survivor knocked sideways at the initial collision?
I think that both could be valid interpretations of "directly away from the monster"
Given that the wording prior says, "At the end of the monster's movement, the survivor suffers collision" leading me to infer that perhaps the survivor is supposed to be dragged along with the monster and knockback spaces should be counted from where the monster ends its movement.