D&D is not a science based or physics based game. Yet certain inquiring players apparently want to know.
Thus, how many Joules of energy does strength values ten through twenty equate to? Based on lift over head weight listed in the encumbrance chart.
I understand the ruling on epic spells per day, and how many epic spells know, but does the ‘seed’ itself count as a spell itself that takes up one of the slots? I am reading Epic Spellcasting in the SRD and I am not quite sure if it counts as a spell known or not?
I am a level 25 sorcerer.
Leaving aside how template stacking makes it unclear what the actual race/base creature should be–being half-illithid gives a creature four tentacles; being half-farspawn gives it up to four more, and being a voidmind creature grants one more psionic tentacle. Each template specifically says that it gets these in addition to its other natural weapons, though the voidmind template says that a creature uses its psionic tentacle "if the base creature doesn’t have natural weapons".
The creature becomes amorphous and extrudes its psionic tentacle, then makes a full attack using its tentacles. How many can hit in a round, and what are their attack penalties?
I did a classification using
Classify. I sampled 20 times. To calculate the mean accuracy, etc., is easy. But is there also a way to overlay the calculated ROC curves? If one uses
Overlay the output is not really pretty
I think it would be nice the overlay the graphs with decreasing opacity, so that one could see the different curves. I tried with
Opacity but could not get it to work.
What is the cost of having many columns as included columns in a nonclustred index in SQL Server?
I am wondering just how many different spells a cleric has access to.
Since they do not need to learn spells and can cast them all, I want to know how many different 3e and 3.5e cleric spells were published in the myriad different official WOTC approved sources.
I am not sure if my question is clear or not to you. In fact this question is not clear to me. My university teacher has assigned this question to me.
Can you answer it? or need clarification like- if the graph is directed edged or not, if they are weighted or not, which algorithm will be used?
I have no such information. Only the question.
I didn’t find any Appropriate place in stackexchange to ask my question. so sorry if my question is not exactly for this place. I use windows 10 and for gaming I have to use a lot of clients like Steam, origin, Epic ,… . Is any way for centalizing this clients? for eaxmple one common client instead of all of this or some apps to help? working and finding games in many clients are not easy work for me. thanks in advance
In a game I played recently our group encountered shadow drakes. What interests me is their Stigian Breath ability.
Stygian Breath (Su)
As a standard action, a shadow drake can exhale a ball of black liquid that explodes into a cloud of frigid black mist. This attack has a range of 60 feet and deals 2d6 points of cold damage (Reflex DC 12 half) to all creatures within a 5-foot-radius spread. The mist snuffs out light sources in the area effect, extinguishing nonmagical light sources and dispelling light spells of 1st level or lower[…]
With one use of this ability our DM dispelled my Dancing Lights, while, being "torch version", it didn’t fit into 5′ radius spread.
His reasoning was, the ability says it dispells a spell, not a light source.
I sayed, what gets dispelled is always an effect of the spell, not a spell, so it is important what number of lights fits into an area, created by Stigian Breath.
But then I realized, maybe all four lights are a single effect? Unlikely, but why not? We resumed play with all lights dispelled, but the question still stands.
At level 1, An Awakened Mystic gets 1 Discipline (any order) and 2 Bonus Disciplines (Awakened only) at level 8 with a total of 4 disciplines known (per the advancement chart) I should have a total of 6 right? I have a friend who claims you will have the extra until the advancement chart catches up. So which is it?