Hold person prevention

I have been listening through glass Cannon and just got through the episode where they were all hold personed and monologued at by brandor. I am still relatively new to Pathfinder but I was wondering if there was an item or something that could completely prevent being hold personed?

I think the most I can probably do is items that boost my save but I was hoping for a more guaranteed way to prevent it.

How to get users email address from person or group field – using CSOM

I have a field called Employee and it’s a person and group field. How can i get the users email address if i have the display name or the user id. Any tip/help will be appreciated

See my snippet code below:-

<script type="text/javascript">    function StartersItems() {     var context = new SP.ClientContext.get_current();     var web = context.get_web();     var list = web.get_lists().getByTitle("Starters");     var camlQuery = new SP.CamlQuery();      var camlText = "<View><Query></Query></View>";      camlQuery.set_viewXml(camlText);     this.collListItem5 = list.getItems(camlQuery);      context.load(collListItem5);     context.executeQueryAsync(getNewStartersSuccess,getItemsFail); }  function getNewStartersSuccess(sender,args){     var listEnumerator = collListItem5.getEnumerator();      i = 1;     var newStarters = [];      var newStartershtml= "";      Startershtml+='<ul id="newStarterContainer">';       while (listEnumerator.moveNext()) {          var listItem = listEnumerator.get_current();          //Employee is a person and Group field         var employeeName = listItem.get_item("Employee").get_lookupValue();         var employeeID = listItem.get_item("Employee").get_lookupId();          //Can return these values no issue         //console.log(employeeName);         //console.log(employeeID);          //Need help with a function to return email address here or use any of the Ids above         FunctionToReturnEmailAddress(listItem.get_item("ID"));         } function getItemsFail(sender,args){    console.log('Request failed. ' + args.get_message() + '\n' + args.get_stackTrace()); }  }      </script> 

Sharepoint site template : How to pass person data?

I’ve create a template site in which I have a list, in this list I have 5 columns with data, one of them is Person or group type, but when I create a new site with this template, all columns are populated execpt the one with my person/Group, this one stays totally empty any idea of the reason?

Thank you for your help 🙂

Person selection box missing when trying to add a user to a group

I’m working in a SharePoint 2013 on prem environment and I’m running into an odd issue. Here’s the setup.

There is a subsite (A) in a site collection that has differing permissions from the parent. This subsite (A) has several subsites (B,C,D, etc) that inherit permissions from A.

Subsite A is managed by a group, Subsite A Owners. User X is a member of this group. There is another group in Subsite A called Group B. Group B is setup to allow access requests and those requests are sent to User X and the Group is owned by Subsite A Owners.

When User X goes into Group B to add users, the share with dialog box does not have the box to to input anyone’s name. It is completely gone. The only thing that exists is the optional description box.

I have not seen this behavior before. Some things I’ve tried

  • Making sure User X has access to the Access Requests list/resetting the permissions inheritance
  • Disabling Limited Permission Lockdown Mode
  • Comparing various lists and settings to other sites via SPManager

We had tried giving User X site collection administrator permissions, but that didn’t fix the issue. I’m not sure what else to do or check.

Is it possible for a person to be tricked into becoming a lich?

A great evil has been prophesied and a powerful wizard knows that he is unable to stop it himself. His plan is to create several heroes who will be able to fight the evil despite the event taking place centuries in the future. One of his plans is to transform a willing but unwitting Eldritch Knight (NPC) into a lich so that he can be present to fight the evil when it arises.

Ignoring the big flaw in the plan that liches tend to be evil, is there anything in DnD 5e lore that would prevent someone from being tricked into completing a ritual to become a lich?

They would know they are taking part in a ritual, they would know it involves killing for souls and they are told it will make them powerful, they just don’t know it will turn them into an undead monstrosity.

Can a character using a polymorph spell be targeted by Enlarge Person?

After looking over Shifter for a build, I noticed that they use the same class feature (Wild Shape) as a Druid. Wild Shape depends on Beast Shape (among other similar spells), which is a spell of the Polymorph subschool. After looking to see what polymorph spells do (link), nothing says that you change your creature type, so even if your body is physically a bear, according to magic you’re still a humanoid.

Enlarge Person can target any humanoid. Since a Druid or Shifter in Wild Shape still counts as a humanoid (according to magic), can a Wizard/Sorcerer cast Enlarge Person on the large bear, make them a huge bear, and grant the benefits of Enlarge Person? I can think of a few ways for Wizards and Sorcerers to potentially cast Enlarge Person after Beast Shape (or another polymorph spell) on themselves, but this seems like the most common potential scenario.

How to find an NPC spellcaster to cast Raise Dead on a person?

TL:DR Where can I find a spellcaster to cast Raise Dead? Where’s the nearest large city to Sandpoint in Golarion? Any other avenues to bring someone back from the dead?

My group is running through the Rise of the Runelords campaign currently (still around Sandpoint). For a contingency plan, I would like to have access to Raise Dead just in case things go south and a friendly NPC gets killed before we can save her. We don’t have any casters that are capable of casting it and no easy access to temple-castings.

I was looking through the d20 PFSRD and particularly the NPC spellcasting services section. Per this section, the cost to have someone cast it would be 5,450 GP (9th lvl caster x 5th lvl spell * 10 gp + 5,000 gp for material component). This wouldn’t be an issue except for a statement in the rules that declares that

If these additional costs put the total spellcasting price above 3,000 gp, the spell is not generally available.

If this is the case, then it stands to reason that it is generally unavailable to have cast, which seems to me to defeat the purpose of the spell for anyone who doesn’t have class access to that spell.

Second, the book states that spellcasters of sufficient ability must be found in a large city.

you must travel to a small town (or larger settlement) to be reasonably assured of finding a spellcaster capable of casting 1st-level spells, a large town for 2nd-level spells, a small city for 3rd- or 4th-level spells, a large city for 5th- or 6th-level spells, and a metropolis for 7th- or 8th-level spells.

Where in relation to Sandpoint would be the nearest Large city? I didn’t want to look to heavily into it for fear of spoilers (happened twice before now).

One alternative is to get a scroll and Use Magic Device to cast it. To do so, my sorcerer would have to make a UMD check to emulate the 15 Wis to be able to cast it (a UMD DC 30) as well as the DC 25 to actually cast the spell. It would also be more expensive (6,125 GP) as well. Also, finding the scroll could be a problem as well.

How to exclude former employee name from a SP form (Person or Group aka people picker column)

I am trying to prevent ex-employee names from appearing in a SharePoint form.

Specifically the column is a ‘Person or Group’ aka ‘people picker’ column.

Employee column definition

Richard F name showing

I have a separate ‘Employee’ list already, but it is not always up to date.

Normally using AD is more accurate and kept up to date – since IT must adjust the accounts for people that leave the company.

Ideally I could get this to run off AD still, but do the AD accounts need to be ‘deactivated’ or what are the options? (I’m no expert with AD).

Additional Picture (following Christoffer’s comment):

permissions check for Richard F