Are warforged PCs affected by Mirror of Life Trapping and other spells/abilities that don’t affect constructs?

Are warforged PCs affected by Mirror of Life Trapping and other spells/abilities that don’t affect constructs?

I have seen in similar questions that, by intent, they can be healed by cure wounds and the like, as they can be affected by any spell/ability that targets constructs or living creatures.

My question is more on the negative side of things. If they are subject to a save that a construct automatically succeeds, do they still roll?

Are warforged PCs affected by Mirror of Life Trapping and other spells/abilities that don’t affect constructs?

Are warforged PCs affected by Mirror of Life Trapping and other spells/abilities that don’t affect constructs?

I have seen in similar questions that, by intent, they can be healed by cure wounds and the like, as they can be affected by any spell/ability that targets constructs or living creatures.

My question is more on the negative side of things. If they are subject to a save that a construct automatically succeeds, do they still roll?

(How) does capitalization affect readability


TLDR

In short, given the following two options:

  • This is sentence case
  • This is Title Case

Has any research been done into which one is more user-friendly, especially considering dyslexia and other reading disabilities?


Long story

I’ve been trying to find the best way to capitalize headings, menu items and other UI features.

After reading several blog articles about sentence vs title case, I’ve yet to find research results that show how this capitalization affects users. Questions that I’d love to weigh against each-other include:

  • Which option easier to scan
  • Is there a favorite for users with reading disability
  • Do form factors affect this issue (font-size, color, font)
  • Does culture affect this at all
  • Does either option affect reading comprehension
  • Does it affect retention

I’d love to cut out all the “user preference” reasons and get down to finding why users prefer specific capitalization methods.

For example, I know I prefer Sentence case over Title Case because it’s quieter on my eyes. I could reason that this is because I’m used to most body text being sentence case. You wouldn’t write an entire book in Title Case, for example.

While I find explanations like this useful, they are not conclusive, as they’re not based on research. So I’d love to get some actual numbers to go with this, if at all possible.

What abilities can affect the blows from the Blood Crow Strike spell?

From my understanding of Blood Crow Strike, a Monk can make an unarmed strike or flurry-of-blows against an opponent 100ft+10 per level away. Can the following feats/enchantments affect the blows, and if so, how?

  1. Stunning Fist/Mantis Style feat: Can you make a stunning fist attempt through the spell?

  2. Amulet of Mighty fists with Speed: Are you granted the additional attack from the speed enchantment?

  3. Medusa’s Wrath feat: If the opponent fits the criteria of this feat are you granted the two additional unarmed strikes?

  4. Pummeling Style: Does this feat still allow you to add all damage together before subtracting DR, or in this case Energy Resistance?

How does the ‘five minute adventuring day’ affect class balance?

In the basic rules the The Adventuring Day is described as follows:

Assuming typical adventuring conditions and average luck, most adventuring parties can handle about six to eight medium or hard encounters in a day. If the adventure has more easy encounters, the adventurers can get through more. If it has more deadly encounters, they can handle fewer.

In reality many home games, mine included, often don’t have as many as six to eight encounters, covering a range of difficulties, between long rests.

The ‘five minute adventuring day’ takes this to the extreme and describes a situation where PCs are allowed to long rest between pretty much every encounter, and thus don’t have to worry about the ongoing effects of resource depletion from one encounter to another.

It is fairly well established that this is bad for game balance and makes the PCs much stronger (see Are there rules for shortening the adventuring day and reducing the number encounters without unbalancing them? amongst others). However, this questions is not about game balance (i.e. PCs v DM game balance).

I’d like to know how the five minute adventuring day affects intra-party class balance specifically.

For example:

  1. It’s well established that Paladins have extremely powerful burst damage but which other classes benefit most from a shorter adventuring day?
  2. Which classes are most adversely affected?
  3. Are all non-spellcasting classes going to be outdamaged by all spellcasting classes under these conditions?
  4. Does the answer to this question vary much from low to high level play?

For the purposes of this question please assume two hard / deadly encounters, lasting three – five rounds each, and no short rests in an adventuring day – a not uncommon occurrance in my home games. Consider basic class features but don’t worry about archetypes.

Does getting refused through Esta to the USA and being denied entry affect Working Visa to Canada or an Eta application?

Im an Irish citizen and I was refused on my Esta application and made inadmissible to the US and told I would have to go through the Visa process instead. I don’t really care if I ever go to the US again but I plan on going to Canada/Australia to work in the future and am wondering if this will ever affect anything. I have no convictions whatsoever and have never ever even had single fine. I hope somebody here can give me an good answer or some advice. Thanks

How the validity of passport can affect transit between countries in South America?

I plan to fly to South America soon, the first country I plan to travel to is Argentina.

My plan is to have along trip that will involve traveling to other countries in the region.

My passport will expire in about 9 months.

Can I go from Argentina to a neighboring country (Chile) when my passport is less than six months away from the expiration date?