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Can a intelligent, legendary item use its own spell-like powers like a normal intelligent item can?

The Pathfinder Core book states that and intelligent item uses & maintains its powers… but the legendary items description states that the bearer is the one that uses it.

This seems like common sense to me since legendary items are more powerful than normal intelligent items, but some of my fellow players are stating that legendary items do not use their own spell casting powers. That seems rather silly to me unless this is something specific to the “spell casting” ability, but even then those legendary powers are just emulating the normal intelligent items abilities.

According to the rules on intelligent items:

Unlike most magic items, intelligent items can activate their own powers without waiting for a command word from their owner. Intelligent items act during their owner’s turn in the initiative order.


All powers function at the direction of the item, although intelligent items generally follow the wishes of their owner. Activating a power or concentrating on an active one is a standard action the item takes. The caster level for these effects is equal to the item’s caster level. Save DCs are based off the item’s highest mental ability score.

From the rules on legendary items:

Spellcasting: This item allows its bearer to cast a limited number of spells as spell-like abilities. This ability can be taken more than once. Each time it’s taken, the bonded creature gains 5 points to spend on selecting what spells the item can cast. A spell costs a number of points equal to its level (minimum 1). The bearer can then activate the item to use each spell-like ability once per day. By spending double the cost, the bearer can use each spell-like ability three times per day. All spells must come from the same class’s spell list. No spell can have a level higher than the bonded creature’s tier. The caster level for these spells is equal to double the bonded creature’s tier. The save DC for these spells is equal to 10 + the spell level + the bonded creature’s tier.

My indents for my loops look strange, is this normal? (python 2)

I’m trying to create loops when certain conditions are met and so far it works but when I try to create more conditions I have to indent them even more in order to get my program to work.

def terrain(surface):     surface = raw_input("What surface will you be driving on? ")     while surface != "ice" and surface != "concrete" and surface != "soil" and surface != "asphalt" :         surface = raw_input("Surface not valid. Please enter a valid surface: ")     if surface == "ice":                 u = raw_input("what is the velocity of the car in meters per second? ")                 u = int(u)                 while int(u) < 0:                     u = raw_input("Velocity must be a positive integer: ")                                 while int(u) == 0:                                     u = raw_input("Velocty must be a number greater than zero: ")                         while int(u) > 72:                                                                 u = raw_input("This vehicle cannot reach this speed: ")                 a = raw_input("How quickly is the vehicle decelerating? ")                 a = int(a)                 while int(a) > 0:                     a = raw_input("Deceleration cannot be a positive integer: ")                 else:                          s1 = u**2                         s2 = 2*.08*9.8                     s = s1/s2                     print "This is how far the vehicle will travel on ice: "                     print ("The vehicle will travel %i meters before coming to a complete stop" % (s)) terrain("ice") 

I just want to be able to create more loops without the wild indents

Is Normal coordinates the same as Cartesian coordinates in flat space?

Let $ \gamma_v$ be the unique maximal geodesic with initial conditions $ \gamma_v(0)=p$ and $ \gamma_v'(0)=v$ then the exponential map is defined by
$ $ exp_p(v)=\gamma_v(1)$ $

If we pick any orthonormal basis,$ (e_1,…e_n)$ of $ T_pM$ then the $ x_i$ ’s, with $ x_i = pr_i◦exp^{-1}$ and $ pr_i$ the projection onto $ Re_i$ , are called normal coordinates at $ p$ .

My question is , if our manifold $ M$ is flat than does this normal coordinates coincide to what we call Cartesian coordinates ?

Is it normal to be granted 1 year as duration of stay for a b1/b2 visitor to the US?

I am currently visiting the US as a tourist.

At the port of entry the visa officer(CBP immigration officer) asked me a couple of questions and then he gave me 12 months as duration of stay in the US.

I went and checked my online i-94, which also reflects the same fact of me being granted 1 year. I came to the US 4th April 2018, the visa officer has given my last date to stay till 2nd April 2020 for this visit.

Does that mean I can stay for almost 12 months and leave. Or do i have to leave around 6 months like everyone else.

Von Neumann algebra such that every state is normal- what can be said about its dimension? What about the other direction?

This is exercise 5 in page 130 of Masamichi Takesaki ‘s Theory of Operator Algebras 1 (TO SHOW THAT IT IS FINITE DIMENSIONAL, AND THAT THE IFF HOLDS).

I know that now every state is weakly continuous on the unit ball. Maybe that means that it must be separable, and then I can show that it is finite dimensional?

Thanks in advance!