When attacking with Spiritual Weapon, what can’t be seen by the attacker for me to gain advantage?

Spiritual weapon claims that you make a melee spell attack against a target adjacent to your spiritual weapon. The rules for attacking while being unseen state that if the target cannot see you, you gain advantage on your attack against them.

Does this mean that if the enemy can’t see you (such as if you were in complete darkness), but they can see your spiritual weapon, you gain advantage to attack them with the spiritual weapon bonus-action attack?

Is it possible to cast spells on places that can be seen through a familiar? [duplicate]

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A wizard is inside a room and their familiar is outside of it. An enemy is also outside, in front of the familiar. Would the mage be able to cast, for example, frostbite

You cause numbing frost to form on one creature that you can see within range …[]…

on that target? I’m aware looking through your familiar is an action, but lets assume the wizard is hasted so it has 2 actions.

EDIT: As @Revolver_Ocelot mentioned, haste cant be used to cast an spell, so lets just assume the wizard multiclassed into a fighter and has action surge

Would forcing a lawyer to turn on their client with a Glamour Bard’s Enthralling Performance feature be seen as an attack?

Say you are a bard, level 3+. You have are being sued by an enemy, and you have got their lawyer tied up in a chair. You make them charmed after their failed saving throw against your Enthralling Performance feature, which states:

Each target must succeed on a Wisdom saving throw against your spell save DC or be charmed by you. While charmed in this way, the target idolizes you, it speaks glowingly of you to anyone who speaks to it, and it hinders anyone who opposes you, avoiding violence unless it was already inclined to fight on your behalf. This effect ends on a target after 1 hour, if it takes any damage, if you attack it, or if it witnesses you attacking or damaging any of its allies.

Would charming the lawyer and making him throw out the case be seen as an attack against the lawyer’s ally, your enemy?

Can an invisible creature with Mind Blank be seen by a creature with True Seeing?

True Seeing is a Divination spell that states

For the Duration, the creature has Truesight

While Mind Blank states

one willing creature you touch is immune to […] Divination Spells

Let’s say that the Rogue was cast Invisibility and Mind Blank, and the Wizard cast True Seeing on himself. The discussion at my table hinges on the fact that True Seeing doesn’t target or affect the Mind Blanked rogue, so his immunity is not relevant. The Wizard would simply gain Truesight and would spot him.

How do these spells interact?

SPFX rest call response seen in network tab but I cant read it on console

I got an issue I’m doing a rest call to get columns of a list, the call success because I can see the response in the network tab of the developer tools, here is a picture: enter image description here for some reason when I try to console it it looks like that with and without calling the .json() method : enter image description here here is my method:

   export const getListFieldsByGuid = (guid: string, context: WebPartContext)   => {   return context.spHttpClient     .get(   context.pageContext.web.absoluteUrl +     `/_api/web/lists(guid'$  {guid}')/Fields?$  filter=Hidden eq false and    ReadOnlyField eq false`,   SPHttpClient.configurations.v1 ) .then(response => {   console.log("fields without .json():", response);   return response.json(); }); }; 

what am I doing wrong? Moreover, If anyone has a better way to get columns of out specific view of a list I would thank a lot!