13th Age Ritual question – expenditure?

In the book, it states these are the steps of casting ritual magic:

  1. Choose the spell that will be used and expended by the ritual.
  2. Tell the GM what you are trying to accomplish and gather necessary ingredients for the ritual.
  3. Spend 1d4 minutes/quarter-hours/hours (as determined by the GM) preparing and casting the ritual. You can’t cast other spells during this period. A PC taking damage won’t necessarily end the ritual, but it will be ruined if a character falls unconscious or launches an attack of their own.
  4. Make a skill check using one of your magical backgrounds and the ability score the GM deems appropriate. Use the standard DC targets (or a special DC set by the GM), depending on your tier and the results you’re hoping for. The higher the level of the spell consumed by the ritual, the greater the effect. No matter the outcome, the spell is expended until your next full heal-up.

My question is, What does "expended" indicate? A cleric gets a certain number of spell slots per day and selects what spells are in those slots. I am assuming ritual magic is being used on spells not selected for those slots, or rituals wouldn’t be required. So what exactly is being "expended?" Does it just mean that you can’t do another ritual of the same spell until full heal-up? Can you perform a ritual for a spell that you have already expended with a normal skill slot? (an extra cure wounds when you have already cast it from a slot?) I love how open ended this is, but the language in the book is really hard to parse at times.

In 13th Age, are the Bard and Sorcerer spontaneous casters?

In 13th Age, casters know all the spells of their class, and have a number of slots determined by level. They can swap their spells every day or after every Full Heal-up. But they need to place that number of spells in the slots.

I can’t find whether the Bard and the Sorcerer, who were spontaneous casters in other d20 games, can keep the slots free to decide in the moment. My guess so far is that they can’t, because normally, nobody can cast the same spell twice, and nobody can allocate the same spell in two slots.

Am I blind or are there just no more spontaneous casters in 13th Age?

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What is the longest distance a 13th level monk can jump while attacking on the same turn?


Context

During last session in a game that I GM, the party got attacked by monk NPCs from the trees. In the heat of the moment, the person who was playing a Warlock and got targeted by the monks (he was flying mid-air) convinced me that jumping distance is only 10 feet when doubled. It didn’t make any sense to me in the moment, to have 50 feet of movement as a monk but not be able to jump further than 10 feet. But the party was already having a rough time, and I didn’t want to slow down combat, so I ruled in favour of the party.

Now, post-session, I’m looking into the Basic Rules:

Long Jump. When you make a long jump, you cover a number of feet up to your Strength score if you move at least 10 feet on foot immediately before the jump. When you make a standing long jump, you can leap only half that distance. Either way, each foot you clear on the jump costs a foot of movement.

This rule assumes that the height of your jump doesn’t matter, such as a jump across a stream or chasm. At your DM’s option, you must succeed on a DC 10 Strength (Athletics) check to clear a low obstacle (no taller than a quarter of the jump’s distance), such as a hedge or low wall. Otherwise, you hit it.

When you land in difficult terrain, you must succeed on a DC 10 Dexterity (Acrobatics) check to land on your feet. Otherwise, you land prone.

Question

Please take the following details into consideration when answering this question.

The monk:

  • has 50 feet of movement (base)
  • has a Strength score of 16
  • is able to run the required 10 feet
  • takes Step of the Wind as bonus action
  • saves the Action for attacking

Step of the Wind. You can spend 1 ki point to take the Disengage or Dash action as a bonus action on your turn, and your jump distance is doubled for the turn.

What is the longest distance the monk can jump within this framework?

What is the longest distance a 13th level monk can jump while attacking on the same turn?


Context

During last session in a game that I GM, the party got attacked by monk NPCs from the trees. In the heat of the moment, the person who was playing a Warlock and got targeted by the monks (he was flying mid-air) convinced me that jumping distance is only 10 feet when doubled. It didn’t make any sense to me in the moment, to have 50 feet of movement as a monk but not be able to jump further than 10 feet. But the party was already having a rough time, and I didn’t want to slow down combat, so I ruled in favour of the party.

Now, post-session, I’m looking into the Basic Rules:

Long Jump. When you make a long jump, you cover a number of feet up to your Strength score if you move at least 10 feet on foot immediately before the jump. When you make a standing long jump, you can leap only half that distance. Either way, each foot you clear on the jump costs a foot of movement.

This rule assumes that the height of your jump doesn’t matter, such as a jump across a stream or chasm. At your DM’s option, you must succeed on a DC 10 Strength (Athletics) check to clear a low obstacle (no taller than a quarter of the jump’s distance), such as a hedge or low wall. Otherwise, you hit it.

When you land in difficult terrain, you must succeed on a DC 10 Dexterity (Acrobatics) check to land on your feet. Otherwise, you land prone.

Question

Please take the following details into consideration when answering this question.

The monk:

  • has 50 feet of movement (base)
  • has a Strength score of 16
  • is able to run the required 10 feet
  • takes Step of the Wind as bonus action
  • saves the Action for attacking

Step of the Wind. You can spend 1 ki point to take the Disengage or Dash action as a bonus action on your turn, and your jump distance is doubled for the turn.

What is the longest distance the monk can jump within this framework?

Find what domain is using the old Let’s Encrypt ACME TLS-SNI-01 validation method before the EOL on February 13th, 2019

I just got this email. However, I host many wabsites (not all of them on the same server). I guess that one of the server is using an old version on the certbot client, but I’m not sure which. I however have a list of all the domains I host. Is there a command available to know which of them is using the old validation method ?

For reference, here is the email I got from Let’s Encrypt on my contact email:

Hello,

Action is required to prevent your Let’s Encrypt certificate renewals from breaking.

Your Let’s Encrypt client used ACME TLS-SNI-01 domain validation to issue a certificate in the past 60 days.

TLS-SNI-01 validation is reaching end-of-life and will stop working on February 13th, 2019.

You need to update your ACME client to use an alternative validation method (HTTP-01, DNS-01 or TLS-ALPN-01) before this date or your certificate renewals will break and existing certificates will start to expire.

If you need help updating your ACME client, please open a new topic in the Help category of the Let’s Encrypt community forum:

https://community.letsencrypt.org/c/help

Please answer all of the questions in the topic template so we can help you.

For more information about the TLS-SNI-01 end-of-life please see our API announcement:

https://community.letsencrypt.org/t/february-13-2019-end-of-life-for-all-tls-sni-01-validation-support/74209

Thank you, Let’s Encrypt Staff

June 13th 2017 Microsoft blocked handling HTML markup in SharePoint calculated fields – how to get the same functionality back

On June 13th 2017 all SharePoint calculated columns with HTML markup stopped working.

Basically the fields now render text (regardless of setting the data type to number). The gist of the notice from Microsoft (Handling HTML markup in SharePoint calculated fields) is:

In Microsoft SharePoint lists and libraries, calculated fields that are running in the classic UI mode can be used to display results based on Excel-like formulas. This is a long standing capability, and is documented in Calculate data in lists or libraries.

Some users have added HTML markup or script elements to calculated fields. This is an undocumented use of the feature, and we will begin blocking execution of custom markup in calculated fields in SharePoint Online from June 13, 2017 onwards. We are also providing this as a configurable option for on-premises in SharePoint Server 2016 and SharePoint Server 2013 via the June 2017 and subsequent Public Updates.

As we don’t have on premise SharePoint (online), we have to find an immediate work around, given that this impacts our processes and thus, business.

Is anyone aware of third party applications that will allow for HTML, script markup (that works with SP online)?