From the Adjacency matrix of a simple digraph how will you determine whether it’s directed tree ? If it is directed tree , how will you determine its root and terminal nodes?
Hello All, I am looking to implement a bento box search tool similar to what is on https://libraries.indiana.edu/ or https://www.lib.umich.edu/ when you search something.
Does anyone know where I can find a good site to learn this or how to implement it.
The UI/UX elements of a bento box are relatively simple and straight forward. Pulling the search results (intelligently sorted by relevancy) is very difficult and non-trivial.
I am trying to find what current bento box search tools exist….
Question on bento box search tools
I play a 6 bard/ 4 warlock multiclass. My character recently obtained a rhythm makers drum +3, giving a +3 bonus to my bard spells’ DC and rolls.
I am curious if I were to cast a spell I had taken on my warlock list (hold person) with a bard spell slot, would the bonus increase the DC? DnDB added the bonus to all my characters spells (I know that isn’t right) but thought it may be applicable if a spell is on both lists.
Thank you in advance.
From what I understand, the only thing that is completely, 100% required to craft an item is having the feat to do so. Everything else is a prerequisite that, if you do not have it, adds +5 to the DC of the spellcraft check.
Does this mean that the gold cost is also a prerequisite?
I am DMing a game of dnd 5e or close to it. It’s a homebrew campaign. We are mostly new to D&D with the exception of 2 players that play with other groups.
I have 2 players that seem to question everything I do as a DM and make the game hard to DM. One of the things they question is cantrips.
I had one of my players call my ruling stupid and log out. To put it into context I make my players roll to see if they can land the cantrip. 2 of my players have recently questioned why they have to roll at all and why it just doesn’t do what they believe it should do. But there is nothing in the rules about rolling and cantrips.
It was a cantrip called "mend" and he was trying to use it to repair his armor which had been broken. I made him roll to see how well he repaired it and he got a 2 so it didn’t repair much. He went behind my back and spoke to another player about how it was stupid and "that’s not how cantrips work" even though he was able to cast the spell, just not well.
I don’t want to just put my foot down and say "I’m the DM, what I say goes" but they won’t listen to my reasoning and just keep saying I’m wrong. How do I handle this situation? It’s getting to the point where I am considering stopping DMing all together.
So I am playing with some friends over through discord, and one of them (I will call him bob) makes characters with a bit of a light temper, not that bad right?
Well, you’re wrong, if you do something or say something he doesn’t like, he makes his character slash you with his greatsword, it happened in multiple campaigns now, to my wizard (WHO ALMOST FAILED HIS DEATH SAVES BECAUSE HE ALMOST KILLED HIM) and to my bard. He’s a great friend of mine but how do I make him stop just slicing every teammate up that doesn’t agree with him?
Thank you all in advance.
I was working on something with the Undead Anatomy spell and the 4th version has me a little confused. It lists some ability score changes listed as size for tiny and large undead, but those sizes are already covered under UA2. I believe these modifiers are only supposed to be for incorporeal forms, but does not specifically say so. But then why isnt there new ones for small and medium?
So if you used UA4 to change into a corporeal tiny/large undead, would you use the modifiers listed under UA2 or UA4?
I will be making a level 20 character for a D&D 5e one shot that will have alot of roleplay and combat. I want to be a bard plus something else. Either a lore or whisper bard and then either an Aberrant Mind Sorcerer or a Great Old One Warlock. I want to have at least 17 lvls of bard so at a key moment I can use true polymorph and turn into an aboleth. With all that in Mind, pun intended, what is the best combo for dealing damage or Survivability in a fight of 17 lvls of bard (lore or whisper) and 3 lvls of Aberrant Mind Sorcerer or a Great Old One Warlock?
Thank you in Advance.
Does anyone know if SER can be configured to do video views?
me and my players were wondering about an aspect of Gen vs Blood Potency. It states on page 149 that caracter gen 10 gets 2 bp. we were wondering if the +1 bp that the Ancillae gives ups the bp to 3? If so why is it written on page’s 137 recap that 10th and 11th have bp 2. What a gen 9 sires a 10 in 2015… he would not be an Ancillae but would still get the base 2 bp right? I’m a french speaking person so I hope I’m clear lol Thanx a bunch