In the PHB, on page 193, the Use an Object action is described:
Use an Object
You normally interact with an object while doing something else, such as when you draw a sword as part of an attack. When an object requires your action for its use, you take the Use an Object action. This action is also useful when you want to interact with more than one object on your turn
But what exactly is considered an object?
Is an arrow an object? Are weapons, armors, and shields objects?
Looking at Immovable Object, doesn’t it seem like I can cast it on something like an umbrella, I’d be able to put it in front of me, and nothing would be able to penetrate it, essentially giving me full cover. In order for it to be penetrated, it requires something to pierce it, or in other words, move the pieces of the umbrella apart. Am I reading this wrong?
EGW p187 2nd-level transmutation Casting Time: 1 action Range: Touch Components: V, S, M (gold dust worth at least 25 gp, which the spell consumes) Duration: 1 hour You touch an object that weighs no more than 10 pounds and cause it to become magically fixed in place. You and the creatures you designate when you cast this spell can move the object normally. You can also set a password that, when spoken within 5 feet of the object, suppresses this spell for 1 minute. If the object is fixed in the air, it can hold up to 4,000 pounds of weight. More weight causes the object to fall. Otherwise, a creature can use an action to make a Strength check against your spell save DC. On a success, the creature can move the object up to 10 feet. At Higher Levels. If you cast this spell using a spell slot of 4th or 5th level, the DC to move the object increases by 5, it can carry up to 8,000 pounds of weight, and the duration increases to 24 hours. If you cast this spell using a spell slot of 6th level or higher, the DC to move the object increases by 10, it can carry up to 20,000 pounds of weight, and the effect is permanent until dispelled.```
So I have an parent game object that has multiple objects.
This format is desirable:
-GameObject -object1 (abstract) -subobject1 -object2 (abstract) -subobject2 -object3 (abstract) -subobject1 -subobject2 // There are two objects in the scene, subobject1 and subobject2
The problem is when i drag and drop one subobject from an object it removes it from the other object. When i copy the subobjects to another object, there are now two.
I hope this makes sense.
Immovable Object p187 from Explorer’s Guide to Wildemount says:
You touch an object that weighs no more than 10 pounds and cause it to become magically fixed in place. You and the creatures you designate when you cast the spell can move the object normally…. …If the Object is fixed in the air it can hold up to 4000 pounds of weight.
So does this mean that to the caster can move the object at will and wherever he lets go the object just sits there (in 3 dimensional space)?
Can the caster place the object in the air and swing on it or climb using the “immovable” aspect himself? If so is it a free action to activate, since no action is listed here.
One of the interesting and useful characteristics of a druid’s Wild Shape is that they can merge their equipment into their beast form.
The scenario is this:
A PC from the party is turned into an object using True Polymorph, let’s say a ring or a coin. The druid in the party picks up the object and puts it into a pouch. Then, they use their Wild Shape feature with the option of merging all equipment into themselves.
Does this work – and, if it works, what happens when the duration of the True Polymorph ends after an hour, if the druid is still in beast form?
Thank you for your help with this.
I see rules for falling creatures and the damage they take when struck by a falling object. But what about the object itself?
Does a dropped object take falling damage?
Context: someone dropped an object. I see the hit points the item should have but not how much damage it should take hitting the floor.
Looking at the RAW for Minor Illusion (PHB, page 260) and other questions, I recognize that Minor Illusion is very limited in its ability to move on its own or change its appearance. However, I’m wondering if the illusory object can be carried or worn as demonstrated in two examples:
I want to convince a visiting noble that I’m the ruler of this small town, so before I meet him in the city center, I cast Minor Illusion to create a crown on my head. Assuming he doesn’t investigate (or fails) does it continue to sit naturally upon my head through normal movements?
I’ve just stolen a historical battleaxe and the guard have been alerted to its absence. Can I choose someone who is rapidly walking away and cast an illusory version of the battleaxe strapped to his back as a diversion? Does this usage work until the illusion is investigated or interacted with (as normal.)
I’m writing a code to run the clusters. This is the piece of code.
cores = detectCores(logical = FALSE) c1 = makeCluster(cores)
c1 has been defined clearly. It runs as well. But when I try to see the object c1, I get an error like “object ‘c1’ not found”. This error affects my subsequent steps as well. A sample for that is seen below
This is the error I get. “Error in defaultCluster(cl) : object ‘c1’ not found”. I did a research on this error. It tells that c1 has not been defined as global variable. But I can see that in the global variable section of the Rstudio. How do I solve this error?
Suppose I get some
Next, I download a local copy of its data:
Now I look at the places in my system where it has made modifications:
LocalCache[resourceObject] resourceObject["ResourceLocations"] resourceObject["ContentElementLocations"]
If I try to remove it:
Then I can see that
have been deleted but
LocalCache[resourceObject] still remains.
So what am I doing wrong?
Also when I download its example notebook where is it stored?
I’d like to drop an object weighing 1-5 pounds and use my action to cast Catapult on the item. PH 190 details Other Activity on your turn, and interacting with an object is included on that list. Can I use this Other Activity to remove a one pound rock from my pocket and drop it on the ground in front of me?