Is Precocious Apprentice enough for Mystic Theurge?

Mystic Theurge has this requirement:

Spells
Able to cast 2nd-level divine spells and 2nd-level arcane spells.

My DM argues, that the arcane spell requirement is in plural, and Precocious Apprentice only gives you one.

I would say it does not require you to cast more than one per day. I can cast spells in a week. More importantly, this is the only reason to ever take Precocious Apprentice.

Is 12 minutes connection in Bristol long enough?

I am planning to take a train from Bath to Manchester, but the ticket is cheaper if i connect in Bristol Temple Meads, for 12 minutes. I am a bit concerned that I, as someone who’s never been there, might not find the right platform or get lost in the station. So, if someone took this ride before, can you tell me, if coming from Bath, is it easy to connect in Bristol? Attached is what Google maps say, that it’s platform 5, but i don’t know which platform i will be getting off the train. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MsgQgqeOp0oqr3egdNgbOpJWiwGL8efE/view?usp=drivesdk

Installing Windows on MBP 2015 (Mojave) Using Boot Camp, Error: Not enough space!

I have a MacBook Pro 2015 with macOS Mojave.

I’ve downloaded Windows 10 x64 October (and April) Update ISO and I tried to install both of them using Boot Camp Assistant.

I have a 500GB disk with 300GB free space. So I set the size of Windows partition to 150GB.

There are no tasks step in the boot camp in this version of macOS. And Boot camp says “Please remove any external storage device attached to this system before continuing.”.

The problem is that after these steps it show’s an error with this message:

The Windows support software could not be saved to the selected drive. An error occurred while saving the Windows support software. 

Or:

There is not enough space available on the disk. 

I tried so many solutions that I found in forums but I couldn’t install Windows yet!

Thank you for your help! 🙂

Is there generally enough time to Planar Bind a creature conjured by a spell regardless of that spell’s duration?

While answering this question about Planar Binding (PHB 265) my first intuition was to answer the question with the last sentence clause as Ben Sutton did in their answer, but I thought that the wording is unclear and that Jeremy Crawford’s tweet says how he would rule it as DM; it doesn’t show whether this position is supported by any rules or by design intent.

Giant Insect (PHB 245) merely transmutes creatures for a duration of 10 minutes. The transmuted creatures are also not of the correct type which is a celestial, an elemental, a fey, or a fiend.

All spells that summon creatures have a Duration (PHB 203) of up to an hour:

  • Conjure Animals (PHB 225): / 1 action / 1 hour.

    Conjure Celestial (PHB 225): 1 minute / 1 hour.

    Conjure Elemental (PHB 225): 1 minute / 1 hour.

    Conjure Fey (PHB 226): 1 minute / 1 hour.

    Conjure Minor Elemental (PHB 226): 1 minute / 1 hour.

    Conjure Woodland Beings (PHB 226): 1 action / 1 hour.

    Infernal Calling (XGtE 158): 1 minute / 1 hour.

    Summon Greater Demon (XGtE 166): 1 action / 1 hour.

    Summon Lesser Demons (XGtE 167): 1 action / 1 hour.

This duration of up to an hour seems to be by design, and Planar Binding works regardless of the last sentence due to the durations rules as explained here.

But what if I allowed a homebrew spell such as SeriousBri’s Magnificent Summoning: 1 action / 1 minute.

This spell has a duration of 1 minute that is far less than an hour, would Planar Binding count the “another spell” in this case as SeriousBri’s Magnificent Summoning, thus extending its duration to match the duration of Planar Binding?

At the completion of the casting, the target must make a Charisma saving throw. On a failed save, it is bound to serve you for the duration. If the creature was summoned or created by another spell, that spell’s duration is extended to match the duration of this spell.

So is there generally enough time to Planar Bind a creature conjured by a spell regardless of that spell’s duration?

Is there enough time to Planar Bind a creature conjured by a one hour duration spell?

Many planar entity conjuration spells, such as Conjure Woodland Beings, last up to exactly an hour, at which point the creature vanishes :

A summoned creature disappear when it drops to 0 hit points or when the spell ends.

The Planar Binding spell normally takes exactly an hour to cast, but lasts a long time (24 hours by default, more if you upcast it) :

With this spell, you attempt to bind a celestial, an elemental, a fey, or a fiend to your service. The creature must be within range for the entire casting of the spell. At the completion of the casting, the target must make a Charisma saving throw. On a failed save, it is bound to serve you for the duration. If the creature was summoned or created by another spell, that spell’s duration is extended to match the duration of this spell.

Imagine the following scenario : Bob the Druid Readies a Conjure Woodland Beings for when Dylan the Wizard says “go”. Dylan the Wizard says “go”, and so, one or more DM-determined fey creatures appear as a result of the released Conjure Woodland Beings (let’s say two quicklings), and right after saying “go”, Dylan starts casting Planar Binding on one of the feys (here, a quickling). Both spells were cast at almost the same time (same turn), and both last an hour. What I wonder here is whether Dylan will have enough time to Bind the creature before it vanishes, or whether he’ll be “one second short”.

Is there enough time to Planar Bind a creature conjured by a one hour duration spell ? (discarding techniques to reduce Planar Binding’s casting time, such as Wishing it, and techniques to extend the base duration of the Conjuration spell, such as the Extended Metamagic option)

Is LocalStorage in web browsers safe enough to store passwords?

I currently have a system I’m building where users can enter an email address and password into my login page, and if they click the signup button after doing that, it stores that data in LocalStorage, before redirecting the user to the signup page.

The signup page then checks the LocalStorage and autofills the email and password from the previous page.

My question is, how safe is LocalStorage for storing that type of data? Storing RAW passwords in this fashion seems like it could be a bad idea. That being said, it is all local on the users device. It isn’t being sent to any server or anything, so the chance of attack is reduced.

I’ve also considered deleting the item from LocalStorage after retrieving it on the signup page. Which would make it safer.

How secure is LocalStorage for storing RAW passwords and this type of data?

What is the Big-O for LN bandwidth? Can anyone answer this or provide a link to a spec that is sufficient enough for us to calculate it?

When I worked at Google, if someone wanted to deploy a network application they would need to provide a document to the SREs detailing the behaviour of the application at scale in terms of Big-O. Does something like this exist for LN?

I understand that we would have to make some assumptions about the network topology, that’s fine. What I really need to know is simply what are all the network functions and when do they fire.

I am a student who wants to apply for a Standard Visitor visa in UK, so i would like to know if the answers provided in my context is enough

  1. What is your employment status? A student
  2. Do you have another income or any savings? I do not have any other income or savings
  3. How much money are you planning to spend on your visit to the UK? 1000.00 GBP I plan on spending 2 weeks, so does quoting this amount makes sense?
  4. What is the total amount of money you spend each month? 80.00 GBP I quoted this amount because I spend on only food, accommodation and fees are catered for by the government.
  5. Will anyone be paying towards the cost of your visit? Yes
  6. Who is paying towards the cost of your visit? Someone I know (for example, family or friend)
  7. How much money will they be paying towards your visit? 1000.00 GBP
  8. Why are they helping to pay for your visit? As a close relative, it is their way of showing me love.

Bootcamp error not enough space available on the disk

I have a problem when trying to install Windows on my MacBook Pro 2015 using Bootcamp, I am using MacOS Mojave 10.14. I have replaced the original SSD for a different one, bigger M.2 NVMe PCI-e SSD fitted with adapter. Although everything seems to work just fine, Bootcamp seems to have troubles with the partitioning. When I run Bootcamp assistant and try to install Windows, the support software can not be saved to the disk. This is the error message I get: "The Windows support software could not be saved to the selected drive. There is not enough space available on the disk." Even though I have split my 1TB SSD in half. (512GB for Windows) I have turned Time Machine off, made sure there was only 1 volume on the disk before installation… I even tried to install Windows using USB, which almost worked, but crashed several times right before the installation finished. I have tried several ISO files. Nothing worked. Is the main problem the replaced SSD or can there be a different problem?