Is there anything that would prevent a wealthy farmer from having his meat come from regenerating animals?

Note: I’m currently not actively playing any RPGs, this is just something I came up with and wanted to know if it’s actually feasible within the rules. If this idea strikes you as interesting, feel free to use it in your own campaign.

So the idea I had was as follows: a wealthy farmer who provides meat for most of a major city (think the size of Baldur’s Gate or Neverwinter in their prime) has a suspiciously small farm for the amount of meat he supplies. Turns out that somehow, the farmer has managed to give all of his animals a passive Regeneration effect somehow, similar to the Ring of Regeneration. He simply cuts off the meat and/or organs he needs and then gives the animal time to regenerate, then repeats the process.

So the questions I have about this subject:

  1. Would this be allowed through either RAW or a minimal application of house rules? I’m wondering specifically about:
    • Can Regeneration do this?
    • What possible ways are there for him to give the animals the effect? I assume a Ring of Regeneration wouldn’t work if it’s not on a finger.
    • Would the meat be fit for consumption?
  2. Less related to 5e itself, but would this be economically feasible?

What is the probability to take out 1 blue, at least 1 green after having taken the last red ball, from a box?

My problem is the following. You have a box with 10 red, 20 blue, and 30 green balls. You take out a ball from the box, without returning it. The problem is: What is the probability to take out 1 blue, at least 1 green after having taken the last red ball, from a box?

read java text having field name and scores for different subject as array making objct for eah calculate average [on hold]

by using arraylist to store each object with name and scores of subject

  Class Student{ 

private String name;

private int marks[]=new int[5]; 

}

now we have to read the text and fetch from the text like Eddie 54 56 78 98 29 Avi 98 76 56 98 23

I’m having trouble getting sharp pictures while shooting a concert from a press pass location

I am a bit of a noob when it comes to photography. But I recently got the opportunity to shoot John Mayer this past weekend in Wisconsin. Upon getting home, I noticed the pictures weren’t as sharp as they could have been, and saw that almost all of them had a slight blur to them.

Me being new to the photography world, it is quite overwhelming jumping into such a huge act like John Mayer. I took some advice from a Nat Cam employee on how to shoot.

He told me to shoot in Aperture Priority mode. Keep my lens wide open at 2.8, (lens I’m using is a Tamron 17-50mm (no stabilizing feature) on my Nikon D5100). I stuck to shooting from an ISO of 800-1600 most of the show. Exposure meter was at 0.0 the whole time.

I’ll attach some pictures.

But I do need some help badly, as I am shooting John Mayer again next week, and I really dont want to mess thing up this time. Because all of my pics so far aren’t really useable.

I stopped back into Nat Cam yesterday to see if they could explain the problem. The guy there thought it was the “focusing points” that were focusing on random things in the background, speakers, mic stand, etc and that I should change it from auto area AF to Dynamic area so that I can put one focus point on his face so the focus point doesn’t get distracted with anything else. He also told me to bump up my ISO to 3200 because the “D5100 can handle it”. Lastly he said I should keep it on center weighted metering as I have it.

Do you all think that could be the problem? Or is it something else?

I can use all the help I can get, I just don’t want to blow my shots again next week.

Thank you all who respond!

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I am a Filipino passport holder and will be having a layover of 2h45m in an airport in Narita. Do I need a transit visa? [duplicate]

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I am flying from New York and will be having a layover of 2h45m in Narita International Airport (which I am not planning to leave) before going on another flight to Ninoy Aquino International Airport. Do I need a transit visa?

Download music videos from repository having JSON file

I am trying to run the code for this paper: https://github.com/hangzhaomit/Sound-of-Pixels

In the process, to download the music videos, I am encountering a JSON file with youtube ids of the frames and audio to be downloaded at specific rates given. Is there any way other than the manual method to do this directly?