Is the charge cost of Wall of Ice an error in the description of the Staff of Frost?

In the description of the Staff of Frost (DMG, pg. 202), the following is included in its description, detailing spells that can be cast with charges from the staff:

The staff has 10 charges. While holding it, you can use an action to expend 1 or more of its charges to cast one of the following spells from it, using your spell save DC: cone of cold (5 charges), fog cloud (1 charge), ice storm (4 charges), or wall of ice (4 charges).

That last spell, wall of ice, is a 6th level spell. It should cost 6 charges, shouldn’t it? All of the other spells cost a number of charges equal to their spell level (ice storm is a 4th level spell so it costs 4 charges, cone of cold is a 5th level spell so it costs 5 charges, etc).

But not wall of ice, which costs only 4 charges, making it “cheaper” than casting cone of cold, even though wall of ice is a 6th level spell and cone of cold only a 5th level spell.

Do we know if this is a mistake? Has this received errata?

In the wan oracle curse description what does “inflict spell” mean

From Pathfinder SRD (emphasis mine)

Wan [3PP]

Source Oracle’s Curse, copyright 2014 by RJ Grady, published by Tripod Machine.

You are pale, sickly, and languorous, with one foot in death’s door.

EFFECT

You have the fatigued condition, but are immune to the exhausted condition.

At 5th level, you learn the “inflict” spell of any level spell you can cast.

At 10th level, add ray of exhaustion to your spells known.

At 15th level, add waves of exhaustion to your spells known.

I was skimming through the oracle curses list on pathfinder srd and found the curse quoted above. I’m confused by the wording is there a spell called inflict I’m not aware of or is it a method of delivery. Maybe it’s referring to inflict light wounds and inflict moderate wounds. That’s my best guess but I’m likely wrong on that.

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Searching on hyperlink description an o365 list

I have a custom list on on an O365 community site that links to documents in an external document management system.

The list only needs 4 columns – the first two, class and doctype are lookups used for grouping, the third is a Hyperlink with URL and display set. The last is a rich text description.

I’d like the standard search, at list or site level, to include the hyperlink display text.

Any way to achieve this?

Customize People address book to show group description

We are using SP2016 on-premise. Is there any way I can show the attribute of SharePoint groups (e.g. group description) in People picker address book?

The problem is our workflow need to assign to a group while our group names are very similar (e.g. team1, team2, team3). We would like to show the team members in the address book to facilitate “group picking”.

Can a (2019 UA) artificer’s alchemical homunculus take actions not listed in its description?

The 2019 UA artificer’s alchemical homunculus is described with a list of actions it can perform, most of which require the artificer to use a bonus action to issue the order. The actions listed are Dodge (the default when no order is issued), Dash, Disengage, Help, Acidic Spitle, and Alchemical Salve. In particular, the description makes it sound kind of like these are the only actions the homunculus can be ordered to perform:

In combat, the homunculus shares your initiative count, but it takes its turn immediately after yours. The only action it takes on its turn is the Dodge action, unless you take a bonus action on your turn to command it to take one of the actions in its stat block or to take the Dash, Disengage, or Help action.

The description never explicitly says that the homunculus cannot perform other actions, but if we take the wording literally, it seems that ordering it to perform any other action is not possible, at least not in combat – doing so will just cause it to take the Dodge action.

To add another complication, the homunculus may not be physically capable of performing certain actions. The examples given for the homunculus’ appearance do not include hands, for example (emphasis added):

You determine the homunculus’s appearance, which includes wings and bits of alchemical equipment. Some alchemists prefer mechanical-looking birds, whereas others like winged vials or miniature cauldrons.

In addition, the languages section of its stat block says “understands the languages you speak”, which implies that it can’t speak.

So, considering both its physical capabilities and the mechanics of issuing orders to it, what other actions, if any, can the alchemical homunculus be made to perform? The “normal” actions listed in the basic rules that don’t appear in the alchemical homunculus’ description include: Attack (presumably an unarmed strike), Hide, Ready, Search, Use an Object, and of course improvising an action. In addition, some magic items require an action to activate (which is separate from the normal Use an Object action), or a command word. If the homunculus can perform any or all of these actions (and can be ordered to perform them), does it matter whether or not it is in combat? Are there any actions that the homunculus can take without needing an order, such as feeding a potion of healing to its master when they are knocked out (and therefore unable to give the order)?

Also, while the homunculus on its own has no bonus actions it can perform, it could conceivably be given a magic item that is activated with a bonus action. In this case, would the homunculus be able to activate the item (and again, can it be ordered to do so)?


Note: Another similar question has previously addressed the issue of the mental capabilities of the homunculus, but the answers there do not address its physical abilities or the possible limitations of the order-issuing mechanics.