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?
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)?
Google Analytics’ maximum date range seems to be last 30 days. There is 0 chance this is actually the maximum viewable age of data, given how crucial it is for webmasters to compare current data to older data…right? How can I view data from an arbitrary time ago?
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
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:
In AD&D ( and later versions), a Bless spell can be cast upon an item to make it blessed. Example would be a blessed finely cured piece of leather for an Armor spell or a blessed crossbow to slay a Rakshasa. Im not clear about how Bless spell applies to items used in this nature. Does the blessing last only as long as the spell, requiring a cleric to cast a bless spell prior to those items being used.Or can you just cast a bless spell on a piece of leather or crossbow bolt and its considered blessed from then on? Furthermore, how many items can you bless with a spell at one time, since bless is usually an area affect spell that boosts allies. Can it be cast on a pile of leather scraps and crossbow bolts or only one at a time. I don’t see where its clear in how to use bless when required for other reasons other than blessing the party.
One player in my campaign just used the Wand of Wonder and got the effect:
66-69 — You shrink yourself as if you had cast enlarge/reduce on yourself.
Enlarge/reduce has a duration of:
Concentration, up to 1 minute
Does the effect last the full minute, or can you end the effect early?
We ruled that it’s the full minute because the wand is the one that cast the effect so it’s “concentrating”. Is this correct?
There is a class feature for spores druids called Fungal infestation, and in the rules it is stated:
If a beast or humanoid that is Small or Medium dies within 10 feet of you, you can use your reaction to animate it, causing it to stand up immediately with 1 hit point. The creature uses the zombie statistics. It remains animate for 1 hour, after which time it collapses and dies.
So, if a bandit dies within 10 feet of a druid of spores, and the druid doesn’t revive him (already spent reaction on the turn or whatever) can he use the reaction to revive next turn?
I figured out a solution to a recurrence relation, but I’m not sure what the constant should be for the last step to hold.
$ T(n)= 5T(n/4) + n^2$
Guess: $ T(n) = O(n^2)$
Prove: $ T(n) \leq cn^2 $
$ T(n) \leq 5(c(n/4)^2) + n^2 $
$ = (5/16)cn^2 + n^2 $
$ \leq cn^2 $
For the last step to hold I’m not sure what the value of c should be because of the (5/16). My guess would be c >= 1 and I’m not sure if that would hold.
Quick question of the order between enemy actions and friendly reactions.
• Whenever you hit a creature with an opportunity attack, its speed drops to 0 for the rest of the turn. This stops any movement they may have been taking.
• Creatures within your reach provoke opportunity attacks even if they took the Disengage action.
• When a creature within your reach makes an attack against a target other than you (and that target doesn’t have this feat), you can use your reaction to make a melee weapon attack against the attacking creature.
Does this happen before the enemy’s attack goes through? So the player have a chance to kill the attacking creature before he attacks the players party member? Or does the enemy’s attack connect first, giving the player an opportunity to attack the enemy?
As i was testing the security of my own network, i visited the login page of my router. I wanted to see how it managed the credentials. This was when i noticed it transformed the entered password to a ciphered text, with some obvious visible patterns. This was found via burpsuite, and was decoded with the base64. However, the decoded text ONLY provided the password in clear text, except the last two characters.
Transformed || Clear text PW || Decoded from base64 ================================================================================ YWRtaW4%3D admin admaW4%3D cGFzc3dvcmQ%3D password passwocmQ%3D MTIzNGY%3D 1234f 123NGY%3D YWRtaW5hZG1pbjIyMjI%3D adminadmin2222 adminadmin22MjI%3D YWRtaW5hZG1pbjIyMTE%3D adminadmin2211 adminadmin22MTE%3D
All obfuscated text ends with %3D which is something i wanted to comment about but i just found it out from this link that it’s due to URL encoding of the ‘=’ sign.
And i just figured out the answer to this questions whilst creating it..
The process is:
clear text password => Base64 encoding => URL encoding of last 2 characters and '=' character => Base64 encoding of the URL encoded characters