Is Leomund’s Tiny Hut a potential frying pan?

Inspired by this question while figuring out potential ways of circumventing this with an adequately equipped and intelligent enemy.

The thought occurred to me that, whereas you could not send burning pitch through the hut the spell alludes to the temperature within only being comfortable regardless of weather.

The atmosphere inside the space is comfortable and dry, regardless of the weather outside.

So assume the following: The rogues from the referenced question are besieged by their former comrades in their bandit clan and the bandits take cover to negate their sneak attacks. All the while the bandit leader orders wood to be thrown at the hut eventually making, in essence, a bonfire around the hut or something similar like burning pitch etc.

The hut’s intention seems to be to keep you safe from the elements so you don’t die from exposure and to protect you at least a little bit from being attacked in your sleep. However, if the heat and oxygen depletion were to occur not from weather, but from an external source, could such an act like, say, a catapult of burning pitch cook them alive in their little castle?

Mote of Potential and Magic Inspiration

I wanted to know whether Magical inspiration used for damage triggers Mote of Potential’s Attack:

Magical Inspiration:

If a creature has a Bardic Inspiration die from you and casts a spell that restores hit points or deals damage, the creature can roll that die and choose a target affected by the spell. Add the number rolled as a bonus to the hit points regained or the damage dealt. The Bardic Inspiration die is then lost.

Mote of Potential:

Attack Roll. Immediately after the creature rolls the Bardic Inspiration die to add it to an attack roll against a target, the mote thunderously shatters. The target and each creature of your choice that you can see within 5 feet of it must succeed on a Constitution saving throw against your spell save DC or take thunder damage equal to the number rolled on the Bardic Inspiration die.

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How do I clearly foreshadow a potential out-of-combat death?

Let me first set the scene

The group I DM for is in a position where they are at the mercy of a group of people who are contemplating what to do with the party.

I have decided on a game of chance to decide their fate (It makes narrative sense), and at a certain point one of the PC’s may do so badly that their fate is to be killed (Again it makes narrative sense).

The particular method of death is that they are going to be pushed off a very high ledge.

While I do plan to give the player chance to do something to avoid this fate (Running, bribing, fighting, etc.) the gist is that if the player doesn’t do anything they will be pushed to their death.

The player may well trust the ‘enemy’ because there is a likelihood that other members of the party have had amusing fates, and be curious to find out their own.

Further to the above:

Some of my players read this site, so I was trying to be vague, but the players are already ‘captive’ in this scene, and due to language barriers the level of communication is minimal. As such I can’t forewarn the party, and I think having the enemy communicate clearly for the first time cheapens the scene.

The PC’s are literally sat at a table playing cards and losing may mean being thrown off a cliff. They don’t know the rules, can’t read the cards, can’t understand much of what is said around them and are 100% out of their element.


  1. Player draws the king > character doesn’t know what it means > NPC’s lead character somewhere > something potentially ominous happens such as being surrounded by NPC’s > character is given his stuff back and set free
  2. Player draws the queen > character doesn’t know what it means > NPC’s lead character to a cliff edge (The ominous happening) > character is pushed over


What techniques are there to ensure that this player knows they face potential death, without just outright telling them?

Basically when they get to the cliff edge I want them to have a good idea that they are going to be pushed off.

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Scalar potential function from 3D vectorial field

I am new at this forum and a beginner with Mathematica. Today I was studying multivariable calculus and I came with this problem. For example, in 2D case I have this code:

DSolve[{D[f[x, y], x] == y*E^(x*y), D[f[x, y], y] == x*E^(x*y)}, f[x, y], {x, y}] 

where $ \vec{F}=(ye^{xy},xe^{xy})$ and if the vector field were not conservative, DSolve would return unevaluated. But, if my vector field consists of 3 variables, how can I modify my previous code?

For instance, with this vectorial field $ \vec{F}(x,y,z) = (y^2z + 2xz^2, 2xyz, xy^2 + 2x^2z)$ , I tried:

DSolve[{D[f[x, y, z], x] == y^2 x + 2 x z^2, D[f[x, y, z], y] == 2 x y z, D[f[x, y, z], z] == x y^2 + 2 x^2 z}, f[x, y, z], {x, y, z}] 

but it doesn’t work. Thanks for your help.

Using Solve[] to find Eigenstates of a 1D Double Dirac Potential

I’d like to Solve

$ $ k^2 \equiv – \frac{2mE}{\hbar^2} = (- \frac{mA}{\hbar^2} (1+ e^{-2ka}))^2 $ $

for E, in terms of m, $ \hbar$ , A, a.

I tried using the following command:

Solve[-((2 m ene)/h^2) == (m^2 A^2)/h^4 (1 + E^(-2 a*Sqrt[-((2 m ene)/h^2)])), ene] 

Isn’t working well for this task. What do you recommend? At first glance it seems it could not be simple to solve "by hand".

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Potential vulnerability in JSON response returning base 64 encoded image data, with the response being vulnerable to MIME sniffing

A JSON response in the API of a webapp is returning the base64 of a user-uploaded image, and there’s no X-Content-Type-Options Header to prevent MIME sniffing.

Could this be a potential vulnerability such as an XSS for the webapp by using steganography to edit the image with a payload, uploading it, and then MIME sniffing the JSON response? (or by any other means?)