Is an item that boosts spells for one school of magic overpowered?

I’m toying with the idea of giving a player a wand, and this wand would allow him cast all Necromancy spells as one level higher, if the spell can be cast using a higher level spell slot (e.g., vampiric touch, ray of sickness, animate dead).

I haven’t seen a similar item so it is hard for me to sort this out. I’m happy with this item having uncommon/rare qualities.

How does grapple work with Sword School maneuvers?

In Dungeons the Dragoning, each sword school provides an action type (generally only one) that can then be used as the basis of a maneuver. When grappling, if you are not in control of the grapple, the only thing you can do is try to escape or gain control. Maintaining control requires a full-round action. Successfully doing so allows one of a relatively short list of follow-up actions, none of which appear (so far as I can tell) to be unlocked as the basis for core rules sword school maneuvers. Successfully gaining control just yields the same set of available actions.

At the same time, the Setting Sun sword school has an optional (-2) drawback of “may only be used while grappling”. It seems that this implies that it should be possible to use sword school maneuvers in some fashion while in a grapple. How can this be done?

Note that this question is specifically about the rules in the core books – Dungeons the Dragoning and For a Few Subtitles More. I’m not looking for solutions from homebrew.

What would the balance implications be of removing the spell school restriction of learning spells for Eldritch Knights and Arcane Tricksters?

Both Eldritch Knights (a subclass of fighters) and Arcane Tricksters (a subclass of rogues) pull their spells from the wizard spell list, albeit in a limited way. The way in which they do this is by only being allowed to choose spells from the evocation and abjuration schools, in the case of eldritch knights, or from only choosing from illusion and enchantment, in the case of arcane tricksters. Both classes also get very small amounts of any spell they want from the wizard spell list.

How unbalanced would it be to allow both these subclasses to choose spells regardless of school from the wizard spell list? Good comparisons may include comparisons to half casters, and of course to changes in how these classes could play.

School of Abjuration Arcane ward feature and ritual abjuration spells

Regarding the Arcane Ward wizard class feature it states

Whenever you cast an abjuration spell of 1st level or higher, the ward regains a number of hit points equal to twice the level of the spell.

A player of mine is, probably correctly, asserting that RAW this means he can, for example, ritual cast Alarm to regain his Arcane Ward’s HP as there is no specification that a spell slot needs to be expended.

The player and I are in agreement that for balance reasons this wont be happening, but I am curious about whether he is technically (the best kind of) correct or if we both missed something in the rules.

Flow to add user to old school SP People and Groups using REST API?

Has anyone had any luck adding user to an old school People and Groups with Flow?

I’m assuming all the connectors for Azure and O365 focus on Office 365 groups, not permission groups. Google is clogged with results for Office 365 groups, so not having any luck there.

Am thinking HTTP request and SharePoint REST API:…

POST request example: Add a user to a group

url: “/_api/SP.AppContextSite(@target)/web /sitegroups(7)/users ?@target=””,

method: “POST”,

body: “{ ‘__metadata’: { ‘type’: ‘SP.User’ }, ‘LoginName’:’i:0#.w|domain\user’ }”,

headers: { “accept”: “application/json; odata=verbose”, “content-type”: “application/json; odata=verbose”

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Can my school see what I’m doing on my laptop at home?

I’m a bit paranoid, but I want to know if my school can see what I’m browsing while logged into my school account but on my home network with my own laptop. I have brought my laptop to school previously and have used their wifi (if that makes a difference). I log in to my school account on chrome but on guest, so every time I exit it erases my history and logs out of my account, but I’m wondering if they can see what I’m browsing on my home account while still logged onto their account from guest chrome? I’m not very tech-y so I don’t really know how anything works, but any answers would be appreciated! Thank you.