I Added google analytics and adsense code in my html. After that my Google Page Speed Insight score becomes 65 from 90+. Is there anything I could do to optimize both these.
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A low strength druid has been hit twice by a Shadow’s Strength Drain ability, reducing their strength score from 9 to 3. Fearing potential instant death, the Druid uses Wild Shape to turn into a Brown Bear, changing there physical ability scores to match that of the Brown Bear, which would normally mean their strength is now 19. What happens to the reduction to strength score? The only official information on this matter comes from Sage Advise:
Can a creature under the effects of polymorph have other spell effects on them, or are those game statistics also replaced by the those of the beast form? Polymorph replaces only the target’s character sheet or stat block with the stat block of the chosen form. Other effects, such as other spells, still exist.
However this only covers what could happen if a creature already polymorphed has an effect placed on them. In this instance, would the Druid in Brown Bear form have 19, 13, 3, or something else as its strength score? Would the result be the same for Polymorph, or other shape changing abilities that take the new forms statistics?
I am playing a level 10 alchemist, and because alchemist needs as much as he can for int (bombs per day, bomb’s damage, craft alchemy, etc.), i want to maximize it. I need the cheapest items i can get, as i almost have no money, as well i need it to well. Any extracts that can do that is great too. As well feats and discoveries.
I have noticed spellcasters ability to get bonus spells from having a high ability score depending on class (wisdom for clerics and paladins, intellgence for wizards, charisma for bards and sorcerers, I forgot about druids and rangers). Well, what I want to know is, is there a way for someone to get one of their scores up to 30? That includes temporary affects such as spells (ones that aren’t permanent, but ones that are count too of course) and items of any type that could raise that one score. If you can find a away for any of them, that works, but it would be great for someone to find a way to do so for all three (I do know that the solutions would be similar, but different for each score). If you can’t find a way for those scores to get up to 30 but you do have one for strength, dexterity, or constitution, that work too.
This may be confusing but currently in the campaign there is a warlock with a magic revolver that allows them to add eldritch invocations related to eldritch blast to the weapon. So agonizing blast adds damage to the weapon. If this weapon was to be used for a secondary attack that ‘You do not add your ability score modifier to the damage of these attacks, unless that modifier is negative.’ would this remove the bonus damage of ONLY the ability score modifier used to fire the gun, or would it remove both that and agonizing blast.
I’m looking to make a character based on Constitution rather than a traditional stat. This list would include features such as Fire Genasi’s ability to cast Produce Flame with their Constitution Modifier and Stone Sorcerer (UA) calculating their AC according to their CON modifier.
Of particular interest are features that are explicitly tied to constitution, rather than features that partially rely on constitution such as Barbarian’s Unarmed Defense feature.
Google Search Console said my website has some pages with CLS and FLP issues. After fixing them, they are ok in Page Speed:
After the revalidation in Google Search Console and waiting for several weeks, Google said those page failed again – CLS is still over 0.25s.
I don’t know what else can be done to fix them. Page Speed Lab Data is fine but Google Search Console still said it’s over 0.25s.
Does it mean if someone with a very slow connection visiting my website and have a poor CLS or LCP score, Google Search Console will count this as field data and fail my website? How can I possibly fix this?
Does the envoy warforged (from UA: Eberron Races) get a +1 to Con and +1 to two other ability scores (e.g. Dex and Wis)?
Or only +1 to two ability scores total (e.g. Dex and Wis, or Dex and Con)?
The 5e harpy has a Luring Song ability:
Luring Song: The harpy sings a magical melody. Every Humanoid and giant within 300 ft. of the harpy that can hear the song must succeed on a DC 11 Wisdom saving throw or be Charmed until the song ends.
Would changing one (or more) specific abilities modify the harpy’s ‘Luring Song’ DC / saving throw? Are monster spell-like abilities (such as this one) linked &/or attached to specific ability scores in the first place?
Reason for asking: A harpy + bard would require changing basic harpy stats – does this even matter for her preexisting & innate song ability? Related questions obviously include examples like a Beholder (and their eye-rays) finding the right ability-modifying tome. And so on with creatures like Medusas (gaze), Dryads (charms) and Angels (spell-like abilities) with ability jumps and pumps.
Note: this must be in the monster manual somewhere – or even in StackExchange already. My apologies in advance for failing to find it.
After a discussion in my Pathfinder group about D&D 5e, someone threw the (often heard) complaint that intelligence was mostly a useless stat outside of the classes for whom it is a primary stat. Seeing as the knowledge skills heavily depends on the GM’s style, investigation is, in my experience, usually replaced with perception (again partially the DM’s fault) and added to the fact that there seem to be only a few classes that uses Int for their ability.
We eventually came up with a house-rule suggestion :
- An Int score of 14 grants an additional skill/tool proficiency.
- An Int score of 16 grants another proficiency.
- An Int score of 18 grants double proficiency for a single skill (similar to Expertise)
- An Int score of 20 grants another double proficiency.
Since none of us have extensive experience with the D&D 5e system, we’re not sure if this rule would break the system at some point. Has anyone used a similar rule or sees a reason this might imbalance the party?