Inspiration Dice in D&D 5e [duplicate]

I use a milestone progression so relative PC power levels are equal and differentiate by giving out inspiration to for good RP, creative problem solving, and heroic actions.

Is it balanced to allow PC’s to bank their earned inspiration dice to purchase upgrades to their characters for "X" number of Inspiration Dice? I’m thinking a skill/tool proficiency, feat, spell slot, etc..?

Prevent WordPress from convert ✔ (& other text symbols/emoji) to SVG [duplicate]

In my page content, I have the following:

<li><span class="tick">✔</span> Fully qualified and insured technicians, with over a decade of experience</li> 

On the frontend, WordPress changes the ✔ to:

<img draggable="false" role="img" class="emoji" alt="✔" src="https://s.w.org/images/core/emoji/13.0.1/svg/2714.svg"> 

I can’t change the colour of this SVG image, it is black, and we need it white.

How do I prevent the conversion of emojis to SVG?

EDIT

I’ve found this answer which says to use:

add_filter( 'emoji_svg_url', '__return_false' ); 

All that does is break the image but display the alt text in the correct format:

enter image description here

The same code remains:

<img draggable="false" role="img" class="emoji" alt="✔" src="https://s.w.org/images/core/emoji/13.0.1/svg/2714.svg"> 

Can subtle spell be used through a warlock’s familiar, and does it stop the stealth from being broken if it is currently sneaking [duplicate]

With the new Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything feat Metamagic Adept, warlocks get access to Subtle Spell. Can Subtle Spell be used in conjunction with a chain warlock’s familiar to cast, say, death ward at range without someone knowing?

I have duplicate home page, How Can I fix it?

Using some website audit tools I found that it says a lot that I have a duplicate content like so:

https://example.com/ https://example.com/index.php 

in my sitemap I only have:

<url>   <loc>https://www.example.com/</loc>      <xhtml:link rel="alternate"                hreflang="it"                href="https://www.example.com/"/>     <xhtml:link rel="alternate"                hreflang="en"                href="https://www.example.com/en/index.php"/> </url> 

I don’t know why google splits it up into two links. How can I fix it?

(PS https://www.example.com/en/ and https://www.example.com/en/index.php doesn’t give me this problem )

When casting Faerie Fire from Ring of Shooting Stars, do you need to maintain concentration? [duplicate]

Ring of Shooting Stars says

Faerie Fire: You can expend 1 charge as an action to cast Faerie Fire from the ring.

Since it says you cast the spell from the ring, I wonder if you need to maintain concentration on the resulting spell. Moreover, is that something particular to Ring of Shooting Stars, or is that how it usually goes with casting spells via items?

Can a cleric “multi class” between domains? [duplicate]

I have a player asking me if there is a mechanic that would allow them to take on a second domain, much in the same way a player can multi class. My gut here is no and I am contemplating instead finding out which 2 domains they wish to combine and then forming my own homebrew deity and domain that takes aspects of each, but not everything. But is there a RAW way that a player could take on multiple domains as a cleric?

Calculating the critical hits damage [duplicate]

I’m the new person in the D&D and I’ve got a polish version od Player’s Handbook. I’ve got some weird feeling that I do not understand well the Critical Hits mechanics or that paragraph is written in a weird style. Also, Mathew Mercer is saying something strange in one of his video.

One of my players is a 4 level Half-Orc Barbarian, and he uses a great axe (d12). He got funny passive from being the Half-Orc that makes him got one more dice on Critical Hits.

And there we got some problem.

If he rolls natural 20 on the attack test:

A) He has to roll 3d12 and add his strength? I mean that he has the first dice from a great axe, the second from the half-orc passive and the third from the natural 20?

B) He has to roll 4d12 then add his strength? I mean that he has the first dice from a great axe, the second from being half-orc and he has to double it cause he doubles all dices?

C) He has to roll 2d12, double that and add his strength? I mean that he has the first dice from a great axe, the second from the half-orc passive and doubling the damage not the dices? I have this idea cause Matthew is saying in one of his videos: "Critical means the damage dice you double. Roll for damage, double that, and add your modifier."

I know guys, that is a kinda stupid question but I’m starting being GM and after a couple of hours of doing the option "A", I’ve got some feeling that Critical Hits doesn’t matter.

Can you use the Ranger Slayer’s Prey Twice a turn? [duplicate]

From Xanathars:

Slayer’s Prey Starting at 3rd level, you can focus your ire on one foe, increasing the harm you inflict on it. As a bonus action, you designate one creature you can see within 60 feet of you as the target of this feature. The first time each turn that you hit that target with a weapon attack, it takes an extra 1d6 damage from the weapon.

It says you that the first time each turn that you hit THAT target you deal 1d6, so, that being said, can you:

Turn 1: Mark a creature with Slayer Prey Turn 2: Hit the creature with Slayer Prey, gaining the 1d6 bonus damage, design another creature with Slayers Prey and gain the 1d6 bonus damage again?

My thoughts are: You are hiting the secord creature for the first time in this turn, so this should work, right?