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Where can you find Swords Secret online?

I was reading the Lore Warden (PRG:AG) archetype (careful, there is another Lore Warden archetype for fighter) and one of its features is the swords secret, but I cant find any of them online.

Swords Secret

A lore warden learns specialized techniques that help her to quickly analyze and defeat her foes. At 3rd level, a lore warden gains one swords secret, and she gains an additional swords secret for every 4 fighter levels gained after 3rd. Except where noted, a lore warden cannot select the same swords secret more than once.

I wasnt able to find this listed on d20pfsrd, nythys, or with a google search.

What happens to the contents of Leomund’s Secret Chest when the caster dies?

The spell Leomund’s Secret Chest allows you to hide a chest full of goodies on the Ethereal Plane. According to the spell, the caster may use an action to return the chest to the Prime Material:

While the chest remains on the Ethereal Plane, you can use an action and touch the replica to recall the chest. It appears in an unoccupied space on the ground within 5 feet of you.

So, it is unclear whether anyone else may retrieve the loot chest, say after killing the caster. According to the spell:

If the spell ends and the larger chest is on the Ethereal Plane, it is irretrievably lost.

Does the death of the caster cause the spell to end? If not, is the loot chest essentially lost?

How did Google, Comscore and Grapeshot learn of a secret page

I have a secret web page, let’s call it something123.php, and looking through my Apache webserver access.log I waas surprised to see that two entities have learned of this page.

  1. Google
  2. Grapeshot.co.uk
  3. Comscore

I have the page in my bookmarks, but I noticed something especially odd.

In one case, 20 seconds after I accessed the secret page, Google did too.

In another case, 4 seconds after I accessed it, Comscore did too and then 5 minutes later, Grapeshot did.

I am curious to learn how this could be. I use Firefox, and my extensions consist of only one: UBlock Origin. I have a theme installed from Mozilla for dark mode. That’s it.

I may have been running Ungoogled Chromium at the same time as Firefox but I would think it wouldn’t leak information.

It feels like I have spyware on my computer.

Do reactions that trigger on saving throws give knowledge of saving throws that would otherwise be secret?


Some reactions have triggers which are tangible events in the fiction of the game. For example, feather fall‘s casting time is:

1 reaction, which you take when you or a creature within 60 feet of you falls.

This is something tangible within the fiction: feather fall’s trigger is something perceived and understood by both the player out of game and the character in game.

On the other hand, some reactions have triggers which are intangible within the fiction of the game: they are perceived only by the player out of game, and do not actually reflect anything about the character’s knowledge in game. For example, the Artificer’s Flash of Genius ability says:

When you or another creature you can see within 30 feet of you makes an ability check or a saving throw, you can use your reaction to add your Intelligence modifier to the roll.

Another example is the Oath of the Watchers Paladin’s Vigilant Rebuke ability:

You’ve learned how to chastise anyone who dares wield beguilements against you and your wards. Whenever you or a creature you can see within 30 feet of you succeeds on an Intelligence, a Wisdom, or a Charisma saving throw, you can use your reaction to deal 2d8 + your Charisma modifier force damage to the creature that forced the saving throw.

Both of these abilities allow the character to take a reaction in response to another character making a saving throw.

But passing, failing, or even attempting a saving throw are not something characters know about. Characters don’t even know what saving throws are. These two questions discuss this:

  • In 5e, are saving throw results detected by the opposing party?
  • Do characters know if someone else, who they can see, has failed a saving throw?

The Scenario.

Suppose the evil Archmage casts scrying on one of our party members, in an attempt to secretly spy on them. Scrying calls for a wisdom saving throw. The party would normally have no idea this was going, no idea someone was making a saving throw, and no idea if that saving throw succeeded or failed.

But what if we have an Artificer or Watchers Paladin around?

Rules as written the artificer or paladin would be able to use their respective reactions in response to the saving throw for the Archmage’s scrying.

Do the artificer and paladin characters know in game that they used their abilities in response to the saving throw against the scrying spell?

Obviously, they don’t know what a saving throw is, and won’t know that it is a scrying spell at work. But do they know that something is afoot and that they used their ability?

Where is a secret chest hidden?

The spell Secret Chest says this:

You hide a chest, and all its contents, on the Ethereal Plane.

So, my question is: Where in the Ethereal Plane does the chest go?

Along the same lines, depending on the answer to that, is it possible for someone to travel through the ethereal plane to find a secret chest? I’m asking about this part as well because depending on where it’s hidden, it may be either easier or harder for someone to track down a secret chest.

Are your default racial traits suppressed when choosing the Doppelganger Character Secret?

Icewind Dale: Rime of the Frostmaiden contains a Character Secrets section, one of which is "Doppelganger" :

I’m a shapechanger. I have none of the traits of the race I’m imitating, but I retain my class features, background, and alignment. I have darkvision out to a range of 60 feet. I can use an action to do either of the following at will:

I can innately cast detect thoughts, requiring no components. My spellcasting ability is Intelligence. The spell’s Wisdom save DC is 8 + my proficiency bonus + my Intelligence modifier. I can polymorph into any humanoid I have seen or back into my true form. My statistics, other than my size, don’t change. Any equipment I’m wearing or carrying isn’t transformed. I revert to my true form when I die.

Does this mean that your default race’s traits are nullified when selecting this Character Secret ? Example – a Variant Human Doppelganger wouldn’t have the +1 bonus to two ability scores, the extra skill & extra feat, with that interpretation.

Is the cover art of the 1e AD&D module Sinister Secret of Saltmarsh a deliberate homage to the opening credits of Scooby Doo?

The 1e AD&D module U1 Sinister Secret of Saltmarsh has a plot that…

Coincidentally, the cover art of the 1e version of the module by David De Leuw depicts the mansion with bats flying out of it that is quite reminiscent of the spooky mansion with bats in the opening credits of Scooby Doo.

Are there any sources that verify this was a deliberate homage by the artist based on the plot of the module?

Cover art:

Cover of the 1e module

Scooby Doo opening credits:

Scooby Doo opening credits.

git reflog is showing plain text password used as a secret texts or files in Jenkins

We are using Jenkins Freestyle Project to the push the changes on the remote server. We are executing shell script on remote host using ssh for it. To pull the changes on remote host, we are using origin url with git username and git password. The credentials should not be visible in plain text in the url that’s why we have stored them in variables using ‘secret text(s) or file(s)’ option of ‘Build Environment’.

The git credentials are not visible to the users who are using Jenkins for other projects but the remote server is showing git credentials in plain text. Any user with ssh access of the remote server is able to run the git reflog command in the project directory.

Port 22 cannot be opened on the server where gitlab is deployed so we cannot use ssh keys method to create the build in Jenkins. We can use only http method to pull the changes.

Is there any way so we could implement to avoid showing the git credentials in plain text in the project directory.

Source of RegEx examples of Secret Detection patterns in repositories?

Where can I find RegEx that can pattern match common secret strings?

I have a product that scans repos and commits and in case a developer tries to commit a secret (i.e. passwords, keys). It scans for roughly 30 patterns by default which seems insufficient given thousands of repos in over seventy languages. I can expand that scanning with RegEx. However, I don’t know every common secret there is.

Is there a framework, list, or tool that can provide RegEx or patterns for likely secrets?

Where can I get comprehensive lists of secret types?

Or am I doomed to writing a metric ton of RegEx then being held responsible for when something is missed?