Do I need to feed a mount summoned by Find Steed?

Find Steed reads:

You summon a spirit that assumes the form of an unusually intelligent, strong, and loyal steed, creating a long-lasting bond with it. Appearing in an unoccupied space within range, the steed takes on a form that you choose, such as a Warhorse, a pony, a camel, an elk, or a Mastiff. (Your DM might allow Other Animals to be summoned as steeds.) The steed has the Statistics of the chosen form, though it is a celestial, fey, or fiend (your choice) instead of its normal type. […]

That mount is a spirit, not a common animal of that type. Since the spell doesn’t go into details, I assume I don’t have to feed it as I’d have to feed a warhorse, for instance. However, do spirits need to eat in D&D?

The reason being: although celestials/fey/fiends most likely eat unless otherwise specified (ex: angels), they can be killed by bringing them to 0 HP.
On the other hand, a mount from Find Steed “disappears leaving no physical form” and can be brought back fully restored — basically, if it drops to 0 HP its body simply fades and it won’t die.
That fits the spirit part in the spell’s description and strongly indicates that it’s not just fluff, as it doesn’t work exactly like the usual celestials / fey / fiends nor the base animal.

The summoned spirit might come in the form of a celestial horse, but that doesn’t imply it actually eats like one, just like it doesn’t die like an ordinary horse or celestial.

The question: is there any factual or explicit rule to conclusively support a “yes, it eats/no, it doesn’t” answer?

Using custom post type to feed a dropdown (Woo order-id into wpforms)

Using the plugin wpForms, I can auto-populate a dropdown with Custom Post Types (they call it “Dynamic Post Type Source”). Say I wanted to use this functionality to auto-populate a dropdown with order-ids from WooCommerce, so a logged-in-user can choose between the users orders.

I’ve written the code for getting a logged-in-user order-id’s, so how would I make a CPT that would not really create new posts, but instead be populated with a logged-in-users order-ids at run time (while the user is at a page with the form dropdown on it)?

Already asked wpForms for support, they did not want to help.

Code for getting the User Order-ids:

function woo_get_orderids_per_user( $  content) {  $  userID = get_current_user_id();  if( $  userID > 0 ) {          $  orders= wc_get_orders(array(             'customer_id' => $  userID,             'return' => 'ids',         ));           foreach ($  orders as $  oids) {              $  order = wc_get_order( $  oids );             $  items = $  order->get_items();              foreach ( $  items as $  item ) {                 $  product = wc_get_product( $  item['product_id'] );                 $  productname = $  product->get_name();                 echo('<br> Product name: ');                 print_r($  productname . ' (ordrenummer: ' . $  oids . ')');             }         }  $  content = str_replace( '{woo_orderid}', $  productname . ' (Ordre ID: ' . $  oids . ')', $  content );  return $  content; }  else {     return; } 

}

How did elven cities like Myth Drannor or those of Evermeet feed their populations?

In the AD&D supplement book for elves, it is said that elves eat little meat, do not raise livestock, and survive on the fruits of the forest.

This raises the problem of feeding any population larger than a small village. We also know that cities like Myth Drannor or Leuthilspar (Evermeet) had populations reaching over 40,000.

With such large urban centers, how did they feed themselves?

In the Forgotten Realms, how did elven populations feed themselves?

I’m building a world for a future campaign, it will feature elven civilizations. In order to place and design cities, I wish to know how FR handled food in elven populations.

1. What do elves eat? Are they vegetarians, meat eaters, mix of both?

2. Did elves practice farming? Are there stories of elves cultivating fields, planting crops…

3. Did elves raise livestock?

4. Do elves eat as much as humans?

To be more clear, I’m specifically interested in examples from sources canon to the Forgotten Realms, or from rule books.

How can I add a MISP STIX feed to LogRhythm?

I have a MISP server set up. I then use a REST API endpoint to get a STIX feed from that server. This portion appears to be working fine. I then try to add that STIX feed to LogRhythms Threat Intelligence Service manager. It tells me that it is successful and the “Test” button returns a positive result but I cannot see any of the indicators from my feed in LogRhythms list of lists. Where are they located? Which lists? Do I need to create the list somehow?

Correct value for ItemAvailability in structured data vs. google shopping feed

I’ve been working on implementing a data feed for Google merchant center and after submitting it for the first time I noticed that Google’s automatic update changed some of our items’ availability from out of stock to in stock with this message:

Your product’s availability status was automatically updated to match the data on your landing page.

A help article (https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/6098259) explains that this is likely to occur due to a discrepancy between the data provided in the feed and structured data shown on the product page itself. It goes on to say:

Check your product data for those products (using the item ID), and make sure that each item has the same values for availability as is represented on your own site and in its structured data.

There is a problem here though since we use OnlineOnly in our structured data and this option is not valid in the merchant center feed. My best guess is that Google classifies OnlineOnly the same as in stock.

The items in question are items that we don’t keep physical stock of, but like many online retailers these items are available directly from the supplier and fulfilled for orders as they are placed. We don’t want to falsely claim that they are in stock, so originally OnlineOnly seemed like the best option for our structured data.

At this point I’m left with a few options that I can think of to resolve this:

  • Change both values to out of stock
  • Change both values to in stock
  • Allow the discrepancy stand and let Google do as they see fit

Can anyone advise what is the most correct value for availability on both the feed and our structured data in this situation?