Are there any undead that look like the living

Okay rules

  • No disguise skill
  • Shapeshifters are allowed as long as they fit the rest of the requirements.
  • Stuff they get from classes or other external sources doesn’t count it has to be an ability that every monster of that type has.
  • it’s okay if the appearance is only skin deep
  • anything that you can find on the srd, archives of nethys, or similar sites is okay including 3pp.
  • templates are cool too

So the question is are there any undead that appear to be alive even if it’s only visually.

Does a UA Dhampir Cleric Turn Itself? What does that look like?

Dhampir have two types tags in the new Unearth Arcana, they are both humanoid and undead. There is even a nice rules reminder in D&D Beyond that points out:

If an effect works on at least one of a creature’s types, that effect can work on that creature. For example, if you are both a Humanoid and an Undead, cure wounds works on you, since the spell works on a Humanoid.

Everything so far is peachy keen. I was going to introduce an NPC that is a Dhampir Cleric, but ran across an odd edge case. If the cleric uses Channel Divinity: Turn Undead I’m not sure what happens:

Channel Divinity: Turn Undead As an action, you present your holy symbol and speak a prayer censuring the undead. Each undead that can see or hear you within 30 feet of you must make a WIS saving throw (DC 14). If the creature fails its saving throw, it is turned for 1 minute or until it takes any damage. A turned creature must spend its turns trying to move as far away from you as it can, and it can’t willingly move to a space within 30 feet of you. It also can’t take reactions. For its action, it can use only the Dash action or try to escape from an effect that prevents it from moving. If there’s nowhere to move, the creature can use the Dodge action.

I know it is play test material and will have weird edge cases like this not hammered out. I also know at my table I will have to make a call if it comes up. However, as it stands, the NPC is an undead within 30 feet who can see and hear itself, so RAW would have to make the roll, right? And what would it mean if you failed it and became turned and had to move away from itself? What would that look like?

What does a Deep Gnome home look like?


Are there any descriptions of Deep Gnome (Svirfneblin) homes?

I am making some research notes for how my magnificent mansion might look, and have searched for descriptions of a Deep Gnome home, but haven’t managed to find any.

Ideally I would like a wizard tower or upper class home, but really any house or architecture of any type would be useful. A picture would be very helpful too.

I only really have 5e sourcebooks, but have read the Blindgenstone section of Out of the Abyss, and it is very sparse on physical descriptions of the entire are, there is even a residential area but the only useful information is that deep gnome hovels have no doors. There is also a grand hall that has no description whatsoever!

I am happy for answers from any edition, including literature, video games and any other official source. If setting matters I would say Forgotten Realms, but I don’t know if it matters or not as I haven’t found any information about deep gnomes at all in what little of other settings I have read. I would probably be interested in anything, though Eberron is likely less useful.

If there are no home descriptions, general architecture would be a close second best.

im trying to rotate the player in a certain way that makes it look like he is sliding

I’m trying to make my first game in unity a 3d platformer inspired by the classic crash bandicoot games, I’ve managed to make most of the movement however I don’t know how I can do a slide/crouch since what I want to do is basically a way to rotate and move the player down closer to the ground and give him some more speed that decreases over time until he reaches a normal waking state, I thought about making the player rotate on a specific axis but when he turns the axis don’t change so now I’m kind of lost in what to do.

this is basically the motion I want to do but, but in all the axis

What should the schema look like for an API-based SaaS product?

I’m building a developer tool product, which will be accessible solely by APIs. Following are a few features I’ve identified that will be needed:

  1. Issuing/refreshing API keys
  2. Purchasing API credits
  3. Subscriptions for API credits
  4. Monitoring usage of API for each user
  5. Deducting an API credit for each call

What all considerations should I take into account when designing a schema for this? Are there any open examples of schemas for such a product? Is there a term for this?

Note that this would be quite similar to what something like Stripe or any API-based SaaS is doing.

i got 4 subID and 1 ID how can i look if there are same or not?

i actually dont know how to ask this question but i’ll try my best

This is my query for recipe_ID=2040 and Order_ID=2063

SELECT                           Orders.Order_ID,                       Stock.ID,                       Stock.Ingredient_Name AS [Malzeme Adı],                       SUM(Ingredients.Recipe_Ingredient_Gr) AS [Toplam Gram],                     SUM(Ingredients.Recipe_Ingredient_Piece) AS [Toplam Adet],                     SUM(Orders.Range_Piece * Stock.Unit_Price * Ingredients.Recipe_Ingredient_Gr) AS [Toplam Fiyat (gr)],                     SUM(Orders.Range_Piece * Stock.Unit_Price * Ingredients.Recipe_Ingredient_Piece) AS [Toplam Fiyat (adet)]                     FROM Orders                      INNER JOIN  Dates ON Orders.Order_ID = Dates.Order_ID                      INNER JOIN Recipes ON 2040 = Recipes.Recipes_ID INNER JOIN Ingredients ON Recipes.Recipes_ID = Ingredients.Recipe_ID                      INNER JOIN Stock ON Ingredients.Stock_ID = Stock.ID                      WHERE(Orders.Order_ID = 2063)                      GROUP BY Orders.Order_ID, Stock.ID, Stock.Ingredient_Name 

This is the result.

Order_ID    ID  Malzeme Adı Toplam Gram Toplam Adet Toplam Fiyat (gr)   Toplam Fiyat (adet) 2063    1102    Domates 0   150 0   0,9 2063    1103    Dere Otu    150 0   0,45    0 

but in order_ID 2063 i dont have just 1 ID infact i have up to 4 recipe_ID (which can be null)

i need to improve this query so it can look these 4 recipe_ID like ID1,ID2,ID3,ID4 from the dates table if they null skip it if they not look for their recipe ıd and put that in result

How can I customize the look of a form generated by PaidMembershipPro plugin?

I am new to using WordPress but would like to create a website for a small organization. I installed the PaidMembershipPro plugin along with the "WP Bootstrap Starter" theme. I also used the PaidMembershipPro plugin settings tab to create the required paged.

However, the forms and the pages don’t look good. I would like to use bootstrap classes to make it look better. So I tried editing the Membership Levels page, but all I see is [pmpro_levels]

How can I edit the HTML code generated by this [pmpro_levels] code?

What must a 5e spell-scroll look like?

As a DM i would like to put spell scrolls (magical or otherwise) on exotic surfaces &/or locations. Are there any hard / R.A.W. limits on this? Both scribing & enchantment are expensive in cost and time – obviously complex – yet with minimal description of how this all looks in the end.

Somewhere in the rules (cannot find it now) it was suggested that non-magical / written spells could in or on many places – is this also the case with magical spell scrolls?

Notes: Brief research on paper suggests pressed-wood, skin-leather, cloth-cottons, hemp-grasses &/or papyrus-reeds and more – even inside glass. One assumes fairies or giants write stuff as well. Possibilities abound and seem endless.