Are the Tiefling subraces from Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes specific to a particular campaign set?

Are the Tiefling subraces from Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes specific to a particular campaign set?

In Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes (MTF) there is a section on Tiefling Subraces (p.21), which elaborates on how the information about a Tiefling’s ability score increase and the Infernal Legacy contained in the Player’s Handbook relates to Asmodeus. Let’s say the “default Tiefling” prior to MTF.

Under Tieflings Subraces there is a variety of Subrace Traits for e.g. Tieflings associated with Baalzebul or Fierna.

It says this is a DM’s option to include other Tiefling subraces, but I was wondering: Is this intended specific to a particular Campaign Set, or it’s meant to be a global change?

Yellow page error for a specific keyword

I have used this keyword in YP a few times successfully, however just lately It will run about 96 rows and sends back 20 errors consistently. As a result it ends early. I’ve tried resuming from previous jobs and again it’s the same thing. The error is:

404 HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found accessing https://www.yellowpages.com/search?searc…&s=default

there are 20 all specific to a location.

If I change the keyword it works and I’ll get 500K but many of the records aren’t related. Once again, I’ve used the single keyword in the past and it worked, now it errors out.

Has anyone seen this happen?

Thanks!

Is there a way within the rules and options to selectively remove or lose a specific class feature?

A player selects a class or prestige class.

Then they realize that a specific class feature (Ex) doesn’t fit the character concept.

Ignoring it is insufficient, the player wishes to eliminate it.

Are there any existing rules, powers, spells, items, or other options in 3.x that would accomplish this? The retraining rules and rebuilding rules in PHB II don’t have an option for this.

How to keep specific players interested in an 8 person party?

I would like to avoid any “they should just leave” answers, as we all know that is obviously a possibility.

We have an 8 person campaign for 5e, and it has been going on for a about a year now. When we first started it was just a big group of friends wanting to hang out and play a game together. But as we progress, everyone is maybe overly eager to the point that we are stepping on a lot of toes to pretty much get anything done. Any time we are faced with a decision, we ALL have our own idea of what to do, and it becomes a long discussion about whether or not we should save the goblins, or dispose of them, and we’re almost pleading our cases to the other group members to get on our side. Too many voices. It’s hard to have input in the group, AND even if you do, for it to have a big enough impact to matter.

All this being said, there is someone in our group that is having an issue with the party size. He is pretty adamant that it’s not any of us as players or our PC’s, but solely because the party size is so large that we don’t all get to play the game how we want. He enjoyed a campaign where we were split, because both groups were smaller in their own campaigns essentially, and everyone had a say.

For my question, I am wanting to figure out ways to alleviate this problem WITHOUT splitting the party up again. There was an ordeal we had where it seemed like we’d be split for good, and the point was made “why are we even sitting at the same table then if we can’t play together?”

With all that in mind: What are some ways we can make party members feel involved enough, and to make quick less argumentative decisions in order to overcome the large group?

I have read other questions of how to manage large parties, but those are from the DM perspective and don’t address this specific type of situation. If there is another question asked about this, I would love to know!

How can I find the whereabouts of a specific person?

I am playing in D&D 4e campaign, and in this campaign my character is looking for a specific individual. My PC knows this individual (they were/are married) very well, and has a part of the target’s body (a lock of hair). I’d like to find this individual, using either spells (wizard or other classes), rituals, magic items, or any another technique, as long as it can be found in some D&D rulebook.

I most likely cannot track this person via mundane means, because they could be anywhere on the entire continent.

For context, my PC is level 8, but I am also willing to hear answers that apply to higher levels, so that I can plan on using them once I reach those levels.

Are there any spells, rituals, magic items, or other techniques that can be used to locate or contact a person whose whereabouts I do now know?

What are the advantages and disadvantages of using a HackRF One compared to specific protocol sniffers?

I am performing some research on IoT test tools and came across the HackRF One which can transmit and receive from 1 MHz to 6 GHz. I therefore think that it can analyze many protocols, but I cannot find a list of them anywhere. Can it for example analyze (and exploit) Zigbee, Z-Wave, LoRaWAN, RFID and NFC? Why is there no list, because there are too many protocols? Is the HackRF a more general sniffer then?

I also came across some specific protocol sniffers, like the Suphacap Z-Wave Sniffer and the Proxmark and so on. What are the advantages of these over the HackRF? Is the best option to start with a HackRF and then when necessary buy specific sniffers according to the needs of the current pentest?

I would like to know this, because then I know which devices to afford for penetration testing.

Is there a specific methodology for developing mobile applications?

I’m looking for a methodology made specifically for mobile applications development. I have read about Waterfall and Agile but they are more general. Also, I want a methodology for when there is only one programmer. There is one for only one person: PXP, but its problem is that it lacks in documentation, so I would like to know if there is one more rigorous in that aspect, like for example indicating which diagrams should be made. For example, RUP has some preset documentation formats, but obviously it is not an appropriate methodology in this case.

What is the most efficient way to select element specific to the H1

Let's say I'm stupid, but I really want to know the most efficient way to select this specific element:

<a href="/" title=""><h1>MySite</h1></a>
Code (markup):

Here's what I've got from the internet and it's still not specific to the H1 tag:

 a[title] {     color: red; } a[title]:hover {     color: orange;     text-decoration: none; } 
Code (markup):

I want this element as a unique one and style it differently.

Thank for your help,