So I play a tiefling phoenix sorcerer (lvl 9) and we had an encounter with two half-dragons in a forest. At first there was only one and me being a sorcerer I stayed back and used ranged attacks but the other one sneaked up on me and because of his action surge he absolutely massacred me. I was on deathsaves and he finished me with his lighting breath-weapon while trying to hit my mates too. They finished him a took my body to the big city to see a high level cleric.
At the end I was revived, but now I’m missing one horn, my face is deformed and I have a huge scar on my torso. I’m working on a mask design and I’m always clothed so that’s not a problem, but my character is very fond of his horns and now he’s very depressed about it (he’s depressed because he died but the horn thing makes it worse).
So the my question is: is there a way get my horn back, is not, any ideas on how to make a fake one (what material and how to wear/attach it)?
AWS RDS Postgres 9.6 – I was performing this on a table of 1.7billion rows: CREATE TABLE raw_data_smaller AS SELECT id,updated_dt::date, status, price FROM raw_data; I realized it was running short on space so I modified… adding 1TB. Looked like it would still need more, but before it finished storage-optimization (and allowing me to add more) ran out of space. But even though the CREATE TABLE as stopped, and that table is not in the list, the 3TB of space is gone. How do I get the space back?
I bought the D&D 5e Starter Set a few weeks ago, and I’m beginning to think about how to drive the scenario as I’ve already read it and I’m at the stage to get familiar with the rules.
Yesterday I created my first character sheet with one of my future players (we’re not going to use pre-generated sheets) and we talked about his character’s lore and background – he will be playing a nobleman, a prince).
I thought that there could be a king in Neverwinter (the closest bigger city to the location of the adventure) , so we could link his background to the scenario. Again, his character would be the son of a king, who, after finishing his Paladin training, wants to go an on an adventure to gain experience and prove his value and that he is adequately trained to potentially govern one day.
However, when I searched for Neverwinter lore, I found out that while there were indeed kings, they didn’t exist towards the end of the timeline.
Given that, I tried to find out at which date the events of LMOP take place, but I didn’t manage to find it anywhere in the books.
So, based on already existing modules or deductions based on facts in existing modules, when do the events of LMOP take place?
If the date is deducted instead of directly stated somewhere, you have to support your answer with official sources, not just a more or less educated guess. The better the answer is supported by sources, the better.
iam trying to recover innodb table which has 1.5M rows from ibd file ( 5.5 GB )
this is the exact steps i do:
getting create table query using mysqlfrm command
create the table
Alter Table discard tablespace
moving the new tablespace to the db directory
Alter Table import tablespace;
and i’m getting this error after 5 minutes :-
ERROR 2013 (HY000): Lost connection to MySQL server during query my.cnf:
[client] port=3307 [mysql] no-beep [mysqld] max_allowed_packet=8M innodb_buffer_pool_size=511M innodb_log_file_size=500M innodb_log_buffer_size=800M net_read_timeout=600 net_write_timeout=600 open_files_limit=100000 skip-grant-tables port=3307 datadir=D:\dbrecover\_home_db_\home\db default-storage-engine=INNODB sql-mode="STRICT_TRANS_TABLES,NO_AUTO_CREATE_USER,NO_ENGINE_SUBSTITUTION" log-output=FILE general-log=0 general_log_file="WIN-36LFCDISVVC.log" slow-query-log=1 slow_query_log_file="WIN-36LFCDISVVC-slow.log" long_query_time=10 log-error="WIN-36LFCDISVVC.err" relay_log="WIN-36LFCDISVVC-relay" server-id=1 report_port=3307 lower_case_table_names=2 secure-file-priv="C:/ProgramData/MySQL/MySQL Server 5.7/Uploads" max_connections=151 table_open_cache=2000 tmp_table_size=123M thread_cache_size=10 myisam_max_sort_file_size=100G myisam_sort_buffer_size=236M key_buffer_size=8M read_buffer_size=64K read_rnd_buffer_size=256K innodb_flush_log_at_trx_commit=1 innodb_thread_concurrency=9 innodb_autoextend_increment=64 innodb_buffer_pool_instances=8 innodb_concurrency_tickets=5000 innodb_old_blocks_time=1000 innodb_open_files=300 innodb_stats_on_metadata=0 innodb_file_per_table=1 innodb_checksum_algorithm=0 back_log=80 flush_time=0 join_buffer_size=256K max_connect_errors=100 sort_buffer_size=256K table_definition_cache=1400 binlog_row_event_max_size=8K sync_master_info=10000 sync_relay_log=10000 sync_relay_log_info=10000
is there any way to import it ??
In Lost Mine of Phandelver, the party comes across (and presumably defeats) multiple mages. These are not specifically described as Wizards, but their spellcasting is Intelligence-based, and they know spells from the Wizard spell list, so it sounds to me like they are Wizards. (If it quacks like a duck…)
Wizards, in D&D5e, use spellbooks. (See the “Spellbook” sub-section in the description of the Wizard class, p. 114 in the PHB.)
However, the Lost Mine of Phandelver material nowhere mentions the mages’ spellbooks.
Should my party be able to loot spellbooks? Or are these BBEGs actually non-spellbook-carrying casters? Or am I overlooking something?
I’m going to DM Lost Mine of Phandelver tomorrow for 2 friends who’ve never played the game before. I’ve never DM’d before either.
Would starting them off at level 2 be enough to compensate for the imbalance? Should I still scale the enemies down, and keep them at level 1, or maybe do both? Should I give them many more healing potions than what is suggested in the treasure sections?
I just don’t know. What’s the most effective way to scale this adventure down?
I’m experiencing problems with a Belkin KVM USB switch, that I use to share the monitor between my Ubuntu 18.04 PC and Windows laptop.
When I switch from linux to windows, and back, keyboard and mouse no longer work, i.e. cursor doesn’t move and I cannot press any key. If I get back to windows, keyboard and mouse work again, back to Ubuntu no luck.
If I connect to ubuntu pc using anydesk, everything works.
How can I make the Ubuntu kbd and mouse work again without restarting the whole pc?
Thanks and ciao
I used dd to write the image to my flash drive (64M image). Real capacity of USB is 2G Works great. But when I tried to write Xubuntu img on it. There is no free space. I already tried fdisk, parted and others, but there is no result.
Please, help me. What may I do to recover USB capacity?
ps I can use only cli
How to reinstall top and bottom panels(it accidently lost) in Ubuntu 18.04 Lts Desktop ?
Relatively new to ubuntu…after installation i was able to install software with software center. Now, however, i get the message that I don’t have permission to install software. There are no details and it is not prompting me for credentials or anything.
In between install ubuntu with software install privileges and now I have been setting up the system with zabbix, nginx, php, mysql, eclipse, etc….with no problems.
I also do not have privileges in software & updates etc.
Thanks in advance for any help!