The Divine Soul Sorcerer can gain access to the revivify spell pretty easily (along with other costly resurrection spells), which has a costly material component that the spell consumes (300 gp worth of diamonds).
If after a particularly rough battle, can the Sorcerer use revivify on two separate creatures who have died for the cost of just 300 gp worth of diamonds or would it require 600 gp worth?
For the sake of this question, assume that a dead creature is a creature and not an object. If it helps, you could consider the stoneskin spell as well.
The Armorer subclass of Artificer has the Arcane Armorer feature which gives the option for:
Thunder Gauntlets. Each of the armor’s gauntlets counts as a simple melee weapon while you aren’t holding anything in it, and it deals 1d8 thunder damage on a hit.
However not every type of armor includes gauntlets. The Breastplate for example makes no mention of gauntlets in its description.
If your armor does not include gauntlets and you use the guardian form for your Arcane Armor would you create your own gauntlets or would you be unable to use Thunder Gauntlets?
Can you infuse a breastplate with Arcane Propulsion Armor
Just as the title says. I play a Bard, College of Lore. At 6th character level I will be able to pick up two spells, of up to 3rd spell level, from any class. I know we will be on the long-term adventure with no easy way to get food and drinks. Goodberries could make it much easier for us, but I do not want to "waste" a 3rd level spell known for a 1st level spell if there is something of more power available to me.
Preference is for material from Player’s Handbook and Xanathar’s Guide To Everything as it is automatically allowed. If there are multiple spells that meet the requirement, the one with the widest utility wins. If there are none, the highest level and biggest utility are the factor.
Spell synergy question.
Casting order is mirror image spell first so the illusory duplicates AC are set and then adding in shield of faith spell, creating a barrier "around" the creature mirror image was cast on and if I am right around the occupied space of said creature, so this would include the illusory duplicates.
Would the "shield of faith" spell(description: A shimmering field appears and surrounds a creature of your choice within range, granting it a +2 bonus to AC for the duration.) provide an AC boost to the illusory duplicates created via the "mirror image" spell(description: Three illusory duplicates of yourself appear in your space. Until the spell ends, the duplicates move with you and mimic your actions, shifting position so it’s impossible to track which image is real. You can use your action to dismiss the illusory duplicates.) given that they are all occupying the same space and moving in sync(mimic your actions).
If this is indeed how these 2 spells sync, the illusory duplicates would instead have 15 AC each instead of 13 AC while also boosting the original creatures AC by +2.
Well say I have the "detect magic" spell as a level 1. It is kind of a waste of a spellslot to just use it willy nilly.
However I could stand still every step and cast it as a ritual for 10 minutes.
This however seems really silly when dungeon crawling, to stop at each "point of interest" and start a ritual. If I tell my party to "just stop at each door to let me check if it’s enchanted" I feel really awkward to just make the game slower.
So what are suggestions for this? When is an appropriate time to tell the party "hey I’m going to waste everyone’s time just to check if there’s magic in the air".
Similarly I have the "guidance" cantrip, and in theory I could rush over before anyone takes any action. But once again that feels silly, so what is the common way to use it?
I’m wondering especially since I joined a new playgroup, and this time a group with people I didn’t know beforehand.
So I have a Warlock using Witch Bolt. For the purpose of ending the spell, does Invisibility provide full cover? If not, doesn’t this mean you can use the Witch Bolt to locate the invisible creature?
It doesn’t say that it does, so I ruled “no” on the spell ending and “yes” on the latter.
What are the methods used to provide effects?
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If you cast imprisonment with the option Minimus Containment on a high-level paladin, can you wear the gem as a necklace and continue to gain paladin buffs? This is assuming that the paladin continues to view you as an ally.
I assume that the paladin is considered to be conscious since the spell does not say otherwise and it mentions that it is possible for the creature trapped inside the gem to view what is going on outside.
Given how UEFI secure boot appears later than TPM, i had assumption that it provides advantages over TPM.
As i read into each, it appears to me that the TPM measurements to each stage would provide about the same level of integrity guarantee as how each secure boot stage verifies the next stage’s signature.
I get how the UEFI secure boot’s key/certificate structure may have management advantages over TPM. However, i have trouble finding security advantages against attackers. Can someone enlightens me if those statements would be valid? Thanks!