How does google offers questions and answers for specific sites like this?
How does google offers questions and answers for specific sites like this?
Several of my players also peruse this resource.
Do any of the DMs who use this have any suggestions or advice to ensure questions I ask here regarding plot specific campaign details don’t spoil things for those players?
I have a project in WordPress + Learndash 3. The whole point of my project is to simulate an exam that that has some weird scoring rules for each question.
Here is how points should be awarded for multiple answer questions:
All multiple answer questions have 5 answers from which 2 to 4 answers are correct (depending of the question) Let’s say some questions has the following answers:
A B C D E = 5 answers from which 2 are correct (A and C)
If I mark correctly A and C I get 5 points:
A B C D E X X 1 1 1 1 1 = 5 points
If I mark A and B I get:
A B C D E X X 1 0 0 1 1 = 3 points
In this case the user gets 1 point for A because is correct, 0 points for B because is incorrect and marked correct, 0 point for C because it was the correct answer but is not marked, and 1 point for each D and E because they are wrong answers but the user has not marked them as incorrect.
In conclusion I need Learndash Quizez to award:
As written, the whirlpool usage of the Control Water spell says:
Whirlpool. This effect requires a body of water at least 50 feet square and 25 feet deep. You cause a whirlpool to form in the center of the area. The whirlpool forms a vortex that is 5 feet wide at the base, up to 50 feet wide at the top, and 25 feet tall. Any creature or object in the water and within 25 feet of the vortex is pulled 10 feet toward it. A creature can swim away from the vortex by making a Strength (Athletics) check against your spell save DC.
When a creature enters the vortex for the first time on a turn or starts its turn there, it must make a Strength saving throw. On a failed save, the creature takes 2d8 bludgeoning damage and is caught in the vortex until the spell ends. On a successful save, the creature takes half damage, and isn’t caught in the vortex. A creature caught in the vortex can use its action to try to swim away from the vortex as described above, but has disadvantage on the Strength (Athletics) check to do so.
The first time each turn that an object enters the vortex, the object takes 2d8 bludgeoning damage; this damage occurs each round it remains in the vortex.
Are creatures or objects in the water and within 25′ of the vortex automatically pulled 10′ toward it? Do they continue to be pulled 10′ further toward the center of the vortex every round they are in it? Is a creature or object caught in the vortex also pulled down toward the bottom? On a failed save, are they caught for the entire duration of the spell, with no more chance at saves, or until they can swim free of it? On a failed save, does a creature continue to take 2d8 bludgeoning damage every round they are in the vortex? Can the whirlpool be cast so that it is completely underwater? Also, can the whirlpool be cast ‘upside down’ so the widest part is at the bottom?
I am running a campaign in The Dark Eye, the Year of the Griffon to be exact.
Due to having quite an abundant downtime by having taken initiative quite early
the group had about 2 and a half months of downtime. That in itself is not a problem. Yet my group did spend the downtime in ways that start to make me think carefully: The siege-engineer did recruit all the carpenters and masons to fix up the walls
while the Maga did start to research a variant of Greek fire. That luckily took her most of the time… But exactly there lies the problem:
My players are all students, some of them with at least a good degree of chemistry and physics knowledge (including the Maga, who has 2 semesters of chemistry behind her). As a result, they tend to come up with ideas that make incredible sense in themselves… but the rules for TDE explicitly state that some stuff is simply not possible. For the most part, they did swallow that gunpowder simply can’t be made due to “it’s just like that” and that the recipe for fireworks is not only highly complex but also so arcane, that nobody knows it.
YET this makes them try to figure out how to use the little Greek fire they managed to produce up to now (4 flasks) much more efficiently – as in getting more area of effect. While they did not yet test it, they had ideas like
On ideas like this I did say up to now “I did look into that topic in the books and I will have to make a ruling as there are no rules written yet. I have a vague idea how to rule on it, but would you mind stopping to speak in hypotheticals and bring this up in character through action or prompting that in an officer’s meeting?” Pretty much I try to go by In Character Action = In Character Consequences and Not Said = Not Done.
The idea to weaponize the results of a failure on the alchemy I could squat luckily: “You don’t exactly know how you made it create the poison gas it made… you could try to recreate the experiment though. Do you want that?”
Up to now, the only three things they did act on based on sentences like those was to build up some siege engines for defense (a trebuchet, 2 catapults, repairing one ballista), re-inventing greek fire (which did blow up the Maga twice already for it is so dangerous to work with as established in the rules) and digging ramparts1 around the city wall (ongoing, they are about 2/3rds done) and will be finished by the end of the months.
How can I discourage the players from directly adapting ideas from modern warfare methods (like gas, using chemical waste (dioxin) or trained dogs with bombs) and instead staying in the established canon, that puts greek fire at the pinnacle of chemical warfare and lobbing corpses as the pinnacle of biological warfare?
1 – Yes, they made Ramparts, not moats.
I was reading a textbook which describe Go-Back-N (GBN) protocol with Finate State Machines as pictures below show:
^ mean initial state. So my questions are:
Q1-THis is the interactive animations link to GBN https://media.pearsoncmg.com/aw/ecs_kurose_compnetwork_7/cw/content/interactiveanimations/go-back-n-protocol/index.html
And let’s say we are sending packet 0, packet 1 and packet 2, and packet 1 is lost beforen it arrive receiver. So when it is timeout, GBN will make sender re-send packet 1 and packet 2, And I found an interesting thing which is,if you try the link with above scenario and you send packet 3 just before timeout occurs,this action reset the timer, because you can see the timeout is postponed(otherwise you will see packet 1,2,3 flying in screen).But according to the sender’s FSM, after you send packet 3, timeout occurs immediately, then the sender will re-send packet 1 and packet 2, but it didn’t happen as timeout is postponed, which contradicts the fact that time is only get reseted when
base = nextseqnum?
Q2-On the receiver’s FSM, why it needs to set
expectedseqnum = 1 and make a packet based on it? why we cannot set
expectedseqnum = 0 as the only initialized action?
When we set up security questions, assuming we answer fairly, we give out to the site our secrets, facts from our past. I wonder if the following is considered:
I found the following questions on SE:
The answers range from "security questions are bad" to "they are bad but we have nothing better". Do we really have nothing better in 2020?
What are the present recommendations for the website creators?
What are the best recommendations for the users? Lie? Provide random strings as answers?
I’m testing my first GSA SER project, everything seems to works fine except one major problem.
I set up max 200 theads, but GSA runs much more less (for example 10-50 threads at a time with ~50-75 LPM). Sometimes up to 100+ threads with 130+ LPM. All system resources almost free – pls find attached screenshot. I use a premium links list. Speedtest shows about 100-150 Mbs speed. Xevil runs at another machine and have a lot of free resources.
Why cant GSA run maximum amount of threads?
Hope Sven or smb else could help me with it.
When a sorcerer uses an a dagger to channel a power with the implement key word, what bonus does the dagger give them? The phb 2 says you don’t add the proficiency, but it also says you are proficient with the dagger.
Also, how do you calculate critical damage when channeling through a dagger? Do you include the daggers crit damage (if it’s magic or basic)?. How do you find it’s crit damage?
And finally, can you have a magic item or weapon of a higher level than you, and use it to channel spells????
When arranging a pen test it’s common practice to ask the client a set of questions, and use the answers either as the basis for further discussions, or to directly provide a test plan and quotation.
For a mobile app specifically, what questions are helpful to include? For example:
If you have any other ideas, please let me know!