A monk is typically unarmored. Some of their features are based around this. Specifically, Unarmored Defense, Unarmored Movement and Martial Arts explicitly state this.
From Unarmored Defense, PHB pg 78:
Beginning at 1st level, while you are wearing no armor and not wielding a shield, your AC equals 10 + your Dexterity modifier + your Wisdom modifier.
From Martial Arts, PHB pg 78:
You gain the following benefits while you are unarmed or wielding only monk weapons and you aren’t wearing armor or wielding a shield:
From Unarmored Movement, PHB pg 78:
Starting at 2nd level, your speed increases by 10 feet while you are not wearing armor or wielding a shield.
However, I want to know whether other features of the monk class are also implicitly disabled whilst wearing armor. For instance, Flurry of Blows allows you to make two unarmed strikes after taking the Attack action, much the same as Martial Arts allows (although only the one unarmed strike in that case).
There’s also Deflect Missiles, which doesn’t specifically say that it doesn’t work with armor, but the flavour implies it’s something that is only possible due to how fast monks can move.
Is there anything I’ve missed that states that other monk features are disabled whilst wearing armor, or is it only those I’ve quoted above?
I was looking at making a Circle of the Shepherd Druid for a game and noticed a part of the Mighty Summoner and Guardian Spirit features regarding creatures “summoned or created” by spells. For instance, the Mighty Summoner feature says (XGtE, p. 24):
Any beast or fey summoned or created by a spell that you cast gains the following benefits:
(The corresponding part of the Guardian Spirit feature is worded differently, but is essentially identical.)
My first instinct was “oh, so conjure animals“, but then I would like to have more than one spell to be the beneficiary of two of my subclass features. So, which spells count for these two Shepherd Druid features?
We have started trying to move toward CI and automation. There’s not a lot of cross-talk between teams, and I’ve discovered that many have developed simple or sophisticated build & test scripts, all in the same language (Python).
None of them have any mutual Git history or significant amount of copied code, but all implement at least a certain set of features (build a
.sln, prep the target device, run built executable on the target device, etc).
We all have been taught the evils of duplicate code, but what about duplicate features and redundant programs?
Should I try to merge or re-use these scripts? There are a handful of them, so it seems daunting. How can I determine the cost/benefit?
If I do decide to merge/re-use, what are some good strategies or best practices for combining repos like this? I’m thinking maybe my best first step is to make one of them into a modular/generic library.
I’m working on an intranet that requires users to input 3 different sets of information.
One set is about their relationship to their organization (Partner, On leave, Applicant, etc). The second set is about their location (Normally living in the UK). The third set is the team they work in (International office).
I need to have the results (summary) of this information on the same page, because all of the sets have a start and end date and have to align. (Such as having the same start or end date on a location and a team).
How do I name this page when all 3 features have no correlation of information or user tasks. I realize I could summary, but a summary of what? What is the collection of these 3 features called?
I work with a web-based platform with lots of data and various tools to view the data, perform analysis. Users are often impressed by one or two features and stick with them. The platform adds new features regularly; too many and too often for most users (and the sales team) to keep up. We have release notes that are emailed out and the occasional press release, but we’re still in search of organic ways for users to discover new features.
One idea we had was a pop-up that included “Did you know?” text and some graphics. We know that most users ignore these. Has anyone been successful with popups like that? Or Are there other interfaces that have seen more success?
I am using SharePoint Server 2016 and SQL Server 2016 SP1. I installed “Reporting Services – SharePoint” feature on the Application server(Custom Role) and “Reporting Services Add-in for SharePoint Products” feature on the Web Front-end Server. I am also able to create the “SQL Server Reporting Services Service Application”.
We have migrated from SharePoint 2013 to SharePoint 2016 and have a Document library with below reporting content types:
- Report Builder Model
- Report Builder Report
- Report Data Source
After migration I see some faulty content types in target environment. Refer to below screen-shot.
from the above image I was able to understand the features may not be activated. But I could not find the reporting services features in Central Administration and site collection to activate them. Below are the features am looking for.
- “Power View Integration Feature” site collection feature.
- “Report Server Central Administration Feature” central administration site collection feature.
Invisible Fist is a fantastic pair of monk alternate class features, and a pretty good justification for taking 9 levels of monk in a ninja-like character. Both activate as an immediate action, and have the clause “You must wait 3 rounds before you can use this ability again”.
But are these 3 rounds counted from the activation of the ability, or is it 3 rounds from when the ability deactivates?
I think it would be the former, since you “use” the ability as an immediate action to activate it, but I would like to know if there is some precedent going one way or the other.
This is most relevant for the blink ability, because if your Wisdom is 16 or higher you could have a permanent blink effect by overlapping the durations, but it’s important to know for the 1-round invisibility ability, too.
I’m on Ubuntu 18.04.2.
I have the latest version of gnome-sudoku and it works fine.
Except the game as I see it doesn’t match the description on https://help.gnome.org/users/gnome-sudoku/stable/.
The description mentions settings, highlighting, hints,… I don’t have these features.
Is there something I can do to activate them?
I really like Gnome-Sudoku and I find it is one of the best Sudoku game available. It would be great to be able to play the “improved” version.
Could there be a difference between the words “feature”, “attribute”, and “decision variable” when used in the same paper? The one I am specifically thinking about is about an optimization method for clustering, but I am also wondering if there generally are any scenarios for which it could be.
I can’t manage to google up an answer that either confirms or denies that these are the same thing, and I have no formal training in data science.
Magento Commerce 2.3.2 Release Notes has released on June 29.
Patch code and release notes published on June 25, 2019. Release notes last updated on July 8, 2019.
- What are the highlighted features in this version directly as a list
- What are the possible Issues
- what are the differences between this version and the previous version.