What are all the ways that a PC can become immune to the frightened condition?

I’m interested in becoming immune to the frightened condition. I hope this is considered a bounded list question and therefore on-topic.

I’ve so far only considered race- or class-features, feats, or magic items; if there’s something else I’ve overlooked, ask me in the comments. I’m not interested in spells that are temporary or anything that involves polymorphing into something else. UA is acceptable, but homebrew is not.

These are the ways that I’m already aware of after looking into it myself:

  • Aura of Courage (level 10 Paladin, any archetype);
  • Mindless Rage (level 6 Barbarian, Berserker archetype, while raging only);
  • Raven’s Shield (level 10 Warlock, Raven Queen archetype from this UA);
  • Touch of Sess’inek (Lizardfolk-specific feat from XGtE Expanded Feats);
  • These magic items (at time of writing, this D&DBeyond search lists 4 items);

Are there any I’ve missed?

What are all the ways that a PC can become immune to the frightened condition?

I’m interested in becoming immune to the frightened condition. I hope this is considered a bounded list question and therefore on-topic.

I’ve so far only considered race- or class-features, feats, or magic items; if there’s something else I’ve overlooked, ask me in the comments. I’m not interested in spells that are temporary or anything that involves polymorphing into something else. UA is acceptable, but homebrew is not.

These are the ways that I’m already aware of after looking into it myself:

  • Aura of Courage (level 10 Paladin, any archetype);
  • Mindless Rage (level 6 Barbarian, Berserker archetype, while raging only);
  • Raven’s Shield (level 10 Warlock, Raven Queen archetype from this UA);
  • Touch of Sess’inek (Lizardfolk-specific feat from XGtE Expanded Feats);
  • These magic items (at time of writing, this D&DBeyond search lists 4 items);

Are there any I’ve missed?

I think my server has become part of a botnet, but ClamAV can’t find anything

I know virtually nothing about Ubuntu so please be gentle. Recently my server host has contacted me saying they suspect my server is part of a botnet, specifically one that probes TCP ports. They’ve sent me logs, and it seems I’ve got a virus. I’ve run a full scan using ClamAV and it couldn’t find anything. I’m at a loss as to what to do. When I run the top command, a process with the command cron is using up almost all of the CPU (~99%) so I’m assuming this has something to do with it. All help is appreciated, thanks!

When did 5 foot squares become standard in D&D?

Perhaps showing my age here, but in “The Good Old Days”, 10-foot squares were a standard map size. Each square on the map was 10 feet, and a 10-foot wide corridor was normal.

Now, having started gaming again, it seems 5-foot squares are standard.

So my question is: when did this change happen? Was it 3rd edition?

And if I’m trying to convert one of my old D&D modules to 5e, should I just make all the passages 2 x 5-foot wide instead of 1 x 10-foot wide?

How to become a Microsoft Partner network member

Hello, I'm an engineering undergraduate and I recently formed a company in UK with one of my friends. My goal is to join Microsoft Partner Network and become a licensed reseller for Microsoft products. The problem is my application getting rejected again and again and it says verification failed. Please advise me if any expertise here know what should I need to have in order to get the approval. Much appreciated. Thanks

Do non-elven gods become more powerful over time?

As far as I understand, gods in the Forgotten Realms become more powerful if they get more souls of their worshippers in the afterlife.

Does this mean elven gods are the only ones whose power remains on the same level, because elves have a limited quantity of souls and are constantly reborn after their afterlife?

Other races don’t and it appears that other races constantly generate new souls and increase the power of their gods with it.

It just looks strange. How does the power level of elven gods vs non-elven gods work in fact?

How can I become an invalid target for spells that target humanoids?

One of my players is a druid who would like to be able to change their creature type so that they become an invalid target against spells that target humanoids. First party WotC content (including UA) is preferred, though items from previous editions are also acceptable that can be supported by gameplay in 5e.

A spell scroll of Nystul’s Mystical Aura in D&D5e is the closest I’ve found so far by allowing the target’s creature type to be changed for divination spells, but the target is still physically its original type and may still be valid against spells targeting humanoids.

What Classes Should a Communication Design Major Be Taking in college to be better prepared to become a UX designer?

Sorry if this is not the correct place for this but I am a Communication Design Major writing about how to become a UX designer for my Comp 200 class.One of the questions I want to answer in the paper is what classes I should be taking while I’m in school.

Can any corpse become undead?

The shabti are the only race I know of which seem to have a built in defense against becoming undead. But dont they become corpses once they die and lose all their abilities, thus becoming able to be raised?

I know animate dead has some restrictions like must have a skeleton to become a skeleton, and create undead has its own requirements for creating those undead. But is there anything from creating an undead zombie out of an elemental that has been called, gated, or anything but summoned?

Immune to Undeath (1 RP): Shabti can’t become undead. Spells and abilities that would transform a shabti into an undead creature have no effect.

The shabti thing is not the focus of my question, its creating elemental undead. I thought some exist, but I havent been able to find any examples of an elemental undead, or constructs that have been turned into undead, not to be confused with a undead construct.