How can I adapt Avatar: The last airbender to an Exalted game?

I’m a massive fan of Avatar: the Last Airbender, and I’d love to be able to run it as a game with people. Possibly not with an Avatar, but certainly benders.

Here are some examples of the elemental bending in the show:

Earthbending

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Airbending

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Firebending

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Waterbending

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I was thinking this would fit perfectly with the char trees of Exalted, and also work well with the stunt system. What do I need alter in the Exalted world to make this adaption work, and be fun?

How long do creatures from a Bag of Tricks last?

For reference, DMG p154 –

You can use an action to pull the fuzzy object from the bag and throw it up to 20 feet. When the object lands, it transforms into a creature you determine by rolling a d8 and consulting the table that correspond’s to the bag’s color. See the Monstor Manual for the creature’s statistics. The creature is friendly to you and your companions, and it acts on your turn. you can use a bonus action to command how the creature moves and what action it takes on it’s next turn, or to give it general orders, such as to attack your enemies. In the absence of such orders the creature acts in a fashion appropriate to it’s nature.

How long does a Suggestion last, after the spell is over, in the NPCs head? [duplicate]

I’m aware that the Suggestion spell could last up to 8 hours or until the task is performed. However, take this scenario as an example.

I’m running Curse of Strahd for my group. They just made it to Vallaki with Ismark and Ireena in tow. They walked through the town square, saw Izek with guards, and comically went over to him to ask questions. Shortly into the awkward conversation, Izek noticed Ireena and immediately wanted to take her away for "questioning." The wizard in the group then cast Suggestion and told Izek, "There’s no need to take her." Izek failed his save so he agreed and went about his business replacing the old posters.

This is an interesting scenario for me because Suggestion worked but the wizard didn’t word it in a way that would last long (in my opinion). So at what point in time would it dawn on Izek that Ireena is in town and that he should arrest her? Would he need to see her again?

I have an idea in my head how this is going to play out but wanted others’ take on it. Thanks!

What material currently appears in the “Wayfinder’s Guide to Eberron” that wasn’t reprinted in the “Eberron: Rising from the Last War” book?

The Wayfinder’s Guide to Eberron (WGtE) was originally released on DMsGuild as a PDF (and on D&D Beyond) in July 2018. (See also this Q&A: What is "Wayfinder's Guide to Eberron"?) The various parts already included in it (races, dragonmarks, magic items) then went through the Unearthed Arcana public playtest process, as did the artificer class.

Eventually, the final versions of this material were published in Eberron: Rising from the Last War (E:RftLW) in November 2019. At that point, WGtE was updated to include the final versions (as they appear in E:RftLW) of the content that was already in it; the official artificer class was added to WGtE as well, though with only 1 of the 3 subclasses that appeared in E:RftLW (the Alchemist).

As of the release of Eberron: Rising from the Last War, it seems like there’s almost no reason to buy the Wayfinder’s Guide to Eberron. Almost every single character option and magic item that exists in WGtE seems to have been reprinted in E:RftLW, and then the latter adds several additional things that are not in WGtE at all: the Artillerist and Battle Smith subclasses for artificer, reprints of bugbears/goblins/hobgoblins, a "new" orc race (though mechanically almost identical to the existing one in Volo’s Guide to Monsters), a group patrons mechanic, seemingly more in-depth lore, a short sample adventure, several additional magic items, and plenty of new monsters/NPCs.

By the way, this stands in stark contrast to Mike Mearls’ claims back when WGtE first came out that any future print product would be complementary, rather than just superseding/replacing WGtE entirely (even if E:RftLW was only a hypothetical at that point):

  • This book and a theoretical print release will be designed to complement each other, though some material (artificer, races) will be duplicated.

  • If we do an Eberron print product, we will design it to complement as much as possible what the PDF presents.
    Some things, like the artificer, races, and basic world info, will be picked up for a print book, but we want fans to be happy owning both.

  • yes, but we will build a print product so that the two complement each other.

However, in responding to someone’s question on /r/dndnext on Reddit about which of the 2 books would be a better purchase (to which the answer was obvious), I did begin to wonder what official material appeared exclusively in Wayfinder’s Guide to Eberron. The only 2 things I’m aware of are listed in my reply to the linked comment, but I was curious whether there was anything else I’d missed. (I’m intentionally choosing not to state which things I identified in my question, so that answers will contain a complete list of WGtE-exclusive material rather than excluding those two.)

What material currently appears only in the Wayfinder’s Guide to Eberron (the latest version, as of November 2019), that wasn’t also reprinted in Eberron: Rising from the Last War?

I’m mainly interested in a summary/list mechanical stuff – e.g. character options, magic items, monsters, etc. – but if there are significant lore elements mentioned only in WGtE and not in E:RftLW, it’d be nice to get a brief summary of what lore is exclusive to WGtE as well. (You don’t need to provide a full rundown of what that WGtE-exclusive lore is – just list the names of topics/sections that only WGtE has lore about, or point out where in WGtE I can find it.) I might count maps and other resources too, if they’re exclusive to WGtE.

Basically, I’m curious about any WGtE-only content that a person couldn’t get simply by buying E:RftLW.

How to copy last six months data from Azure sql db to another Azure sql db?

I found different methods of coping data from one db to another. But how should I limit to get the last six months data What are the possible options to get the limited data from db and copy to another db in another server and automate that process?

Apart from Azure data factory are there any other solutions?

Does Command Undead last past an undead’s death and raising?

If an undead creature fails its save against the Necromancy wizard feature Command Undead, and then dies and is raised or rejuvenated (eg a lich coming back from their phylactery) are they still affected by Command Undead? If so, do they have to still be undead (eg could Command Undead followed by killing them and casting a high-level resurrection spell give you control of a living creature)?

D&D Wiki, Orizon Setting: What is the last month on the calander?

So I have found an awesome campaign setting on D&D wiki but its missing some info.

The calendar has every month named except for one, I have all the others but if someone can tell me the last one that would be awesome thanks.

Here is what I have so far

14 months

1: Lencten 2: Errach 3: Haru 4: Lithe 5: Sumor 6: Samrad 7: Natrisu 8: Thout 9: Fogamur 10: Haerfest 11: Gemred 12: Yule 13: Frosyu 14: