How does the Web spell burn away?

The web spell description says:

The webs are flammable. Any 5-foot cube of webs exposed to fire burns away in 1 round, dealing 2d4 fire damage to any creature that starts its turn in the fire.

I’m confused with the wording of the flammable part.

Let’s say that on turn 1, I cast web; the web is supported by the floor and the ceiling that is 15 feet up. I catch a Medium creature on it and it fails its saving throw.

On turn 2 I cast fireball engulfing the whole web on its radius.

The wording says that “Any 5-foot cube of webs exposed to fire burns away in 1 round” – so, what exactly happens?

  1. What does “Any 5-foot cube of webs exposed to fire burns away in 1 round” means? Does any area of the web affected by fire will vanish and free whoever was caught on that area after 1 round?
  2. If the answer for 1 is yes, what if I use a single-target spell like fire bolt or chromatic orb, will the creature still free itself?
  3. What does “in 1 round” means? At the start of round 3? At the start of my third turn? At the end of my third turn?

[ Politics ] Open Question : Is the BLM movement an excuse to riot, loot, burn, and just act like animals?

The “peaceful” protesters are just virtue signalers looking for a pat on the back. One bad cop in a thousand is no reason to burn down someone’s property, steal what isn’t yours. Eric is the pretty boy? Ivanka is the pretty one and very sexy.

How long does Alchemist’s Fire burn?

Looked and looked, can’t find the answer anywhere (maybe I’m blind):

How long does Alchemist’s Fire burn for?

In the item description within the Adventuring Gear section of the rules, it says:

On a hit, the target takes 1d4 fire damage at the start of each of its turns. A creature can end this damage by using its action to make a DC 10 Dexterity check to extinguish the flames.

Yet no mention of the burn rate. One round after a hit? 2? A minute? Continuous until extinguished?

In D&D what would cause victims to burn from the inside out?

In our campaign, our party was supposed to meet a crew on their ship who were sailing in search of a relic for the king. A psionic in the party used timehop and we ended up on the ship an hour into the future, and when we appeared there, all of the crew had been killed.

They were killed in a very specific way which was that their eyes were burned out and their muscles had been effectively set on fire, which melted their skin. What creature/spell/item etc would cause that effect?

Can I burn my enemies to ashes with fire spells?

People die and bodies burn to ashes when you burn them. I don’t want to see my enemies corpses burning, I want to see them turned to ashes immediately without resorting to disintegrate and similar spells, only instantaneous fire magic like Fireball, Firebrand or Meteor Swarm.

How much fire damage do I need to cause with my fire spells to make an alive enemy burn to ashes in an instant?

Is killing enough (reducing to -10 hp)? I suppose it isn’t. Then reduce to -30 hp? More? Less?

How can I burn a bootable ISO file to a partition on my hard drive to use as a rescue system?

I plan on reinstalling Ubuntu and I would like to burn a small bootable recovery system (like SystemRescueCD) to a partition on my hard drive, but still be able to install Ubuntu on the same drive and be able to boot Ubuntu and the recovery partition. Is this possible and if so, how can I do it? EDIT: My current Ubuntu version is 19.04.

K3B burn verify fails; error reading sector; Resulting DVD either unreadable or corrupt. Please help

Please help with the following K3B burn problem. Recently I have been trying to write .iso images as a data project to DVD using K3b but the DVDs often end up corrupt or unreadable.

The burn session always comes out successful but the read verification seems to fail every other time I create a DVD. The error says something like:

“Error reading sector…” and whatever number etc.

When testing DVDs that fail the verification, it usually turns out that the last track on the disc can’t be copied to the desktop and results in an error message like:

“Error splicing file input/output” or something like that.

Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any answers online and I would like to avoid wasting time and DVDs every other time I burn a DVD. I don’t know how to stop these corrupt burns from happening in the future. Any help to resolve this issue would be appreciated. Thank you.

K3B burn verify fails; error reading sector; Resulting DVD either unreadable or corrupt. Please help

Please help with the following K3B burn problem. Recently I have been trying to write .iso images as a data project to DVD using K3b but the DVDs often end up corrupt or unreadable.

The burn session always comes out successful but the read verification seems to fail every other time I create a DVD. The error says something like:

“Error reading sector…” and whatever number etc.

When testing DVDs that fail the verification, it usually turns out that the last track on the disc can’t be copied to the desktop and results in an error message like:

“Error splicing file input/output” or something like that.

Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any answers online and I would like to avoid wasting time and DVDs every other time I burn a DVD. I don’t know how to stop these corrupt burns from happening in the future. Any help to resolve this issue would be appreciated. Thank you.

K3B burn verify fails; error reading sector; Resulting DVD either unreadable or corrupt. Please help

Please help with the following K3B burn problem. Recently I have been trying to write .iso images as a data project to DVD using K3b but the DVDs often end up corrupt or unreadable.

The burn session always comes out successful but the read verification seems to fail every other time I create a DVD. The error says something like:

“Error reading sector…” and whatever number etc.

When testing DVDs that fail the verification, it usually turns out that the last track on the disc can’t be copied to the desktop and results in an error message like:

“Error splicing file input/output” or something like that.

Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any answers online and I would like to avoid wasting time and DVDs every other time I burn a DVD. I don’t know how to stop these corrupt burns from happening in the future. Any help to resolve this issue would be appreciated. Thank you.