Are there any instances of any rules for Tabaxi that say they only need 4 hours of rest?

One of my players has just started playing a tabaxi, she is sure she read rules that as a racial trait she only needs 4 hours for a long rest. However neither of us can find rules stating this. She is happy not doing it but I just wanted to confirm have these long rest rules ever stood for tabaxi?

I have referred to DnD beyond and have the official rules for tabaxi in physical form and confirmed for 5e it is 8 hours.

What I am asking is if there is a source she may have read, either from an older version of DnD, or pathfinder or an unofficial rule or UA that was not progeressed at all. She accepts it is possible she either mis read or just imagined reading it somewhere.

Does a force field absorb hit point damage from an attack that would only deplete stamina points?

In Starfinder, personal force fields grant temporary hit points to the user and fast heal those temporary hit points every round for a finite number of rounds. My question is whether the force field provides any protection at all from an attack that would only deplete the target’s stamina points?

If the force field itself had a number of hit points that it would absorb before damage was applied to the user (like a ship’s shields), this would be a simple question–damage would be applied first to the force field and extra over that round’s allotment would be applied to the user’s stamina points and then hit points. But the description of the force field states that it grants temporary hit points to the user and if the user is a player character then they do not lose hit points (temporary or otherwise) until their stamina points are depleted. It seems to me that, rules as written, force fields do not protect stamina points, but since attacks that reduce stamina points do in fact hit the character, a force field should protect them. Am I reading the rules right or am I missing something? Has Paizo clarified this at all?

Does Enervation bypass Evasion only when Enervation is upcast?

Enervation, a 5th level spell from Xanathar’s Guide to Everything, has the following text:

The target makes a Dexterity saving throw. On a successful save, the target takes 2d8 necrotic damage, and the spell ends. On a failed save, the target takes 4d8 necrotic damage, and until the spell ends, you can use your action on each of your turns to deal 4d8 necrotic damage to the target.

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When you cast this spell using a spell slot of 6th level or higher, the damage increases by 1d8 for each slot level above 5th.

First, it seems clear that all damage is increased by 1d8. For instance, Witch Bolt only increases the initial damage by 1d12, and with Ice Knife, the cold damage is boosted, but not the piercing damage.

Now, suppose I cast Enervation at 9th level and the target succeeds its DEX save. As written, the target takes 6d8 damage. Very unusual. Normally, I’d roll ALL THE DICE (8d8 in this case), and then halve the result for a successful save.

But speaking of halving the results, consider the Evasion feature for the Monk and Rogue classes:

When you are subjected to an effect that allows you to make a Dexterity saving throw to take only half damage, you instead take no damage if you succeed on the saving throw, and only half damage if you fail.

So: when does Evasion work against Enervation? Obviously not at 6th level or higher, but will Evasion activate when Enervation is cast at 5th level? Is 2d8 considered half of 4d8?

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CPT email notification including only new value custom fields

I have a custom post type «teams» with a set of different custom fields (ACF). I’m not a big coder, but hope to get some guidance in how to create a function that sends an email including ACF every time one of the teams (CPT) is updated by a WP-user.

I’ve found plugins that accomplish this, but unfortunately I need a bit more complex solution. The problem is the email should ONLY include custom fields that actually has changed. So I need to loop through and check each custom field for any change, and then only include the fields that has a new value in the final email.

I guess I’m asking if this is a very difficult task, or could it be done in a rather simple way? All sources would be very appreciated!

Can the Rune Knight’s runes only be placed on materials that can be carved?

TCoE’s Rune Knight fighter subclass gains proficiency in smith’s tools (i.e. metalworking), and its first major feature is called Rune Carver, which says:

…you can touch a number of objects equal to the number of runes you know, and you inscribe a different rune onto each of the objects. To be eligible, an object must be a weapon, suit of armor, a shield, a piece of jewelry, or something else you can wear or hold in a hand.

The association with smithing, the use of the words "carver" and "inscribe," and the specific examples chosen suggest that the runes must be carved into a substance like wood, metal, leather, or stone. However, nothing in the rules’ mechanics seems to truly constrain this. The criterion that the object must be something "you can wear or hold in a hand" is quite broad.

Can you touch an object that’s wearable or holdable but unable to be carved (like a sheet of parchment or a linen shirt) and still cause the rune to be magically "inscribed" on it?

Function only on a specific page

I am trying to run a function only on one page or other pages in the future if I so desire. But I dont want to run it site wide. I need help on how to put the if is_page or if is_single.

// disable auto-formatting function my_formatter($ content) { $ new_content = ''; $ pattern_full = '{(\[raw\].*?\[/raw\])}is'; $ pattern_contents = '{\[raw\](.*?)\[/raw\]}is'; $ pieces = preg_split($ pattern_full, $ content, -1, PREG_SPLIT_DELIM_CAPTURE);

foreach ($  pieces as $  piece) {     if (preg_match($  pattern_contents, $  piece, $  matches)) {         $  new_content .= $  matches[1];     } else {         $  new_content .= wptexturize(wpautop($  piece));     } } return $  new_content; 

} remove_filter('the_content', 'wpautop'); remove_filter('the_content', 'wptexturize'); add_filter('the_content', 'my_formatter', 99);

Much appreciate the help.

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