When attacking with Two-Weapon Fighting, can you break up your movement and attack a different target?

When you get the Extra Attack action, you can break up your movement and attack different targets at varying distances from your starting point.

Does the same apply with TWF? As in, can I approach my first target, use my attack action, then move, and use my bonus action to attack a different target?

From PHB 195:

“When you take the Attack action and attack with a light melee weapon that you’re holding in one hand, you can use a bonus action to attack with a different light melee weapon that you’re holding in the other hand.”

The key seems to be how to interpret “when:” either “immediately after” or “whenever (during your turn).”

Break Up Despair Hospital Contac Why You Should NEVER Argue by Phone or Email (Video)

Fortunately, many people go through a long process of deciding whether to stay in a relationship or break up. And when they finally come to that decision to be alone, they don’t want to confront [b]Hospital Contact List[/b] the other person. In a way, many don’t want to deal with the pain they’re afraid their partner will experience.

But is it right to just make that final phone call, or send that final em Hospital Contact List
ail, and just end it? Hospital Contact List Not to say that you OWE anyone anything, whether it is to commit to be with that person forever or to break up with them in a certain way or another. You have the right and the option to be with whomever you choose, and to live your life in the way that you choose.

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But in your heart, you know that YOU would prefer to hear it in person, don’t you? Would you want to agonize ALONE over the possible reasons why your relationship just ended? When would you truly get closure?

Today’s question is from a man in Maine dealing with this very issue – his girlfriend broke up with him by Hospital Contact List ail and he just can’t seem to find peace.

Dear Dan and Jennifer,

My girlfriend and I have been going together for 2 years and we were engaged. But she broke up with me almost a month ago by e-mail.

I haven’t seen her since then because I am almost 200 miles away from her working. 3 days before she had sent me the break up e-mail we had spent a week together Hospital Contact List and everything Hospital Contact List was great, or so I thought. The only reason she gave me in the e-mail was that she has been relying on other people for 8 years and she wants to be able to be independent on her own and prove to herself that she can. I had tried many times to call her and talk but she won’t answer the phone. I have texted her here and then and she does text backFree Web Content, but only if it’s nothing to do about us.

She also has 2 kids that I love to death. Their fathers aren’t in there lives so they had been calling me daddy the hole time we were together. I don’t want to lose her or the kids.

I just don’t understand why she would want to throw away a 2 great year relationship over something like this. I texted her today and told her I might be up this weekend Hospital Contact List or next to get my stuff and asked if she would talk to me when I was there. She said sure but she wasn’t going to talk about things that will make this break up more difficult. What does she think I’m going to want to talk about? To me I think I deserve to be able to talk to her face to face Hospital Contact List about all this. The way she broke it off with me just wasn’t right. Anyone got any advice to how I should approach this when I get there.

My any-dice program times out, when calculating large limit break checks

Someone in chat helped write an anydice program to calculate limit breaks in an RPG I’m developing, but after making some changes, it times out for dicepools > 7.

The system I have in mind, is that if any of the dice you roll is below a threshold, you can bank the sum of all failed rolls for later use, by converting it into a limit break token (currently, at an exchange rate of 1:4). I’m toying with requiring a certain number of successes before you can convert failed, which may or may not be slowing down the program.

function: sum X:s less than L with at least K successes {   R: 0   S: 0   loop I over X {      if I <= L { R: R + I }      if I > L { S: S + 1 }   }   if S >= K { result: R/4 }   if S < K { result: 0 }  } 

Is there a more efficient way of running this program? Initially before my tweaks, the same helpful person suggested this as an alternative to the function: output 3d{1..6, 0:6} named "Alt dice" but I can’t figure a way of running that, which is probably less likely to time out, and still check for a minimum number of successes.

Here is the code that causes the time out:

output [sum 1d12 less than 7 with at least 0 successes] named "1 die limit break" output [sum 2d12 less than 7 with at least 1 successes] named "2 die limit break" output [sum 3d12 less than 7 with at least 1 successes] named "3 die limit break" output [sum 4d12 less than 7 with at least 1 successes] named "4 die limit break" output [sum 5d12 less than 7 with at least 1 successes] named "5 die limit break" output [sum 6d12 less than 7 with at least 1 successes] named "6 die limit break" \Times out around here\ output [sum 7d12 less than 7 with at least 1 successes] named "7 die limit break" output [sum 8d12 less than 7 with at least 2 successes] named "7 die limit break" output [sum 9d12 less than 7 with at least 2 successes] named "7 die limit break" output [sum 10d12 less than 7 with at least 2 successes] named "7 die limit break" 

I found the timeout point by running each line individually.

Use John the Ripper to break Password Protected Zip

I installed kali linux, that comes with John the ripper. I have a password-protected zip file. I’m pretty sure the password is complex. I first convert the zip into a hash:

sudo zip2john FILE_LOCATION > zippedzip.txt 

It took around 20 seconds to run that command.

I got this output: enter image description here Then I try running john on it:

sudo john --format=zip ZIPPEDZIP.TXT_LOCATION 

However I keep getting an error:

Using default input encoding: UTF-8 No password hashes loaded (see FAQ) 

I’m pretty new to John the ripper, but didn’t I already load in a hash?

I then took a look at the FAQ but that confused me.

So next I tried to just run a wordlist through the hash

I used the following wordlist: https://github.com/danielmiessler/SecLists/blob/master/Passwords/Common-Credentials/10-million-password-list-top-100000.txt

So I ran this: enter image description here

So after trying both methods, I’m not really sure how to crack this zip.

Break out or bypass php functions

I’m currently doing an online CTF and I have LFI an can read the source code of the upload function. In there I see the following line:

shell_exec('rm -rf ' . uploads/ . '*.p*'); 

So anytime I upload a .php file, it gets deleted. I tried extensions such as .Php or .PHP but if the extension is not .php, the php code is not executed. It also removes any *.h* file and any .htaccess files.

Is there a way to break out the code so the remove of *.p* file never happens or can I execute .php files without having the file extension being .php?

Update 1: I’m also forced to upload the files by a ZIP-file, the web application automatically unzips the file.

Does using a draconic sorcerer’s Draconic Presence break concentration for a spell?

The feature Draconic Presence states

As an action, you can spend 5 sorcery points to draw on this power and exude an aura of awe or fear (your choice) to a distance of 60 feet. For 1 minute or until you lose your concentration (as if you were casting a concentration spell), each hostile creature that starts its turn in this aura must succeed on a Wisdom saving throw or be charmed (if you chose awe) or frightened (if you chose fear) until the aura ends.

Which would obviously mean that casting a spell after using Draconic Presence would break concentration.

However, the rules for spell concentration states

Casting another spell that requires concentration. You lose concentration on a spell if you cast another spell that requires concentration. You can’t concentrate on two spells at once.

But if you were to cast a concentration spell and use Draconic Presence, would the Spell effect end?

Draconic Presence isn’t a spell and it isn’t even magical. It states the condition to losing Draconic Presence’s concentration but it doesn’t change that only concentration spells break a creature’s concentration on another spell (that isn’t damage).

Is this correct or am I missing something?

Can I use the haste action to break free of vines or similar things?

Haste states:

Choose a willing creature that you can see within range. Until the spell ends, […] it gains an additional action on each of its turns. That action can be used only to take the Attack (one weapon attack only), Dash, Disengage, Hide, or Use an Object action.

This obviously does not allow to use any other actions that you can usually use, like casting a spell, as the more specific rule beats the general rule of what actions can be used. But what if some other specific effect grants additional option to use an action for? For example say an Assassin Vine has entangled me, that grants me the additional action option of breaking free from the vines:

A creature restrained by the plants can use its action to make a DC 13 Strength (Athletics) check, freeing itself on a successful check.

Can I use my haste action to try to break free?

As far as I can tell, I have two specific rules contradicting each other. If there is no official ruling on this, does anyone know what be ruled in AL?

Can you break up Eldritch Blast attacks? [duplicate]

EB at higher levels makes multiple beams. Can you choose targets after each beam, move in between them, and use bonus actions as well?

Case in point, level 5 Warlock casts EB. Decides to target Alice first, hits first beam on Alice, and downs her. Warlock then moves 10ft, casts Hex on Bob with a bonus action, and hits second beam on Bob as well. Is this legal?

Does activating a Tentacle Rod break the invisibility spell?

The Invisibility spell ends when the target attacks or casts a spell:

The spell ends for a target that attacks or casts a spell.

The "Tentacle Rod" magical items lets the user direct three tentacles to attack target(s):

While holding the rod, you can use an action to direct each tentacle to attack a creature you can see within 15 feet of you. Each tentacle makes a melee attack roll with a +9 bonus. On a hit, the tentacle deals 1d6 bludgeoning damage. If you hit a target with all three tentacles, it must make a DC 15 Constitution saving throw. On a failure, the creature’s speed is halved, it has disadvantage on Dexterity saving throws, and it can’t use reactions for 1 minute.

Does activating the Tentacle Rod break the invisibility spell? I’m not sure if "directing each tentacle to attack" counts as attacking yourself.

What is the break even point for using a level 1 spell slot for Divine Favor rather than for Divine Smite?

Divine Favor (from a level 1 spell slot) lasts for up to 10 rounds, and on a hit does 1d4 radiant damage.
On a critical hit it adds 2d4 radiant damage.
Divine Smite (from a level 1 spell slot) is good for 1 hit, but does 2d8 radiant damage.
If the hit was critical it does 4d8 radiant damage.

Assumption 1: Combat lasts from 3-6 rounds

Why? a. That’s how long it tends to last with this particular group
b. For a two round fight divine smite is without question the better choice.

Case 1: hit Armor Class 14
Case 2: hit armor class 16

While I can see Divine Favor being a good use of a level 1 slot once the Paladin has two attacks per Attack Action at level 5, I am trying to nail down (in tier 1 play) how many rounds the combat needs to last for Divine Favor to be the better choice for a level one spell slot.

Assumption: the paladin does not fail the concentration save if hit during this combat.

That’s to keep the question with a tight scope, but as I discuss this with my paladin player a separate risk assessment needs to be made vis a vis loss of concentration.

Assumption 3: single class paladin, level 2, 3 or 4.

My back-of-the-napkin-math says “4 rounds” but I may not be setting the problem up correctly.

How many rounds does combat have to last to make divine favor the best choice?

My instinct is that agaisnt one big monster, use divine smite to nova the monster down; against a mob of small creatures use divine favor to whittle down a lot of targets – but that is a separate question/problem.