How many charges does a multiclass character imbue a staff with?

This is a Pathfinder Second Edition question.

Let’s say that we have a fourth-level cleric who has taken Wizard Dedication and Basic Wizard Spellcasting (both CRB pg. 231) at second and fourth levels respectively. This character has second-level spell slots they can use for divine spells because they are a cleric and one first-level spell slot they can use for an arcane spell from Basic Wizard Spellcasting.

They acquire a Staff of Fire (CRB pg. 594), which can be used to cast burning hands. Burning hands is on their spell list because they have access to arcane spells from Wizard Dedication, and so they can Cast that Spell from the staff. The specific rule governing this is on CRB pg. 592:

You can Cast a Spell from a staff only if you have that spell on your spell list, are able to cast spells of the appropriate level, and expend a number of charges from the staff equal to the spell’s level.

Because they can Cast some Spell from it, they can prepare the staff when they perform their daily preparations and imbue it with some charges. Here’s the relevant rule from the same page:

During your daily preparations, you can prepare a staff to add charges to it for free. When you do so, that staff gains a number of charges equal to the highest level of spell you’re able to cast. […] You can prepare a staff only if you have at least one of the staff’s spells on your spell list.

The question is, how many charges does the staff gain? One charge, because they can only cast first-level spells from the spell list that lets them use and prepare the staff? Or two charges, because they are strictly able to cast second-level spells?

Follow-up question: What if they didn’t have Basic Wizard Spellcasting?

Staff of Flowers only sprouts harmless and nonmagical flowers, but what does this mean exactly?

For those of you that aren’t familiar with this item:

“This wooden staff has 10 charges. While holding it, you can use an action to expend 1 charge from the staff and cause a flower to sprout from a patch of earth or soil within 5 feet of you, or from the staff itself. Unless you choose a specific kind of flower, the staff creates a mild-scented daisy .The flower is harmless and nonmagical, and it grows or withers as a normal flower would.”

But what counts as a harmless or nonmagical flower? The Powderpuff, for instance, is harmless as a flower but can be dried and powdered to make an explosive substance. The flower itself is harmless, though, right? Or is harmful and/or magical potency restricted as well?

SharePoint Images Of Staff Members Not Showing (Just Black Square with White Cross)

I have recently tried to create a staff contact List in a SharePoint OnLine Enviroment/Site.

The List has been created fine and all works apart from the Staff Picture field. The URL addresses for the images are correct but all we can get are black squares with white crosses.

My original thought was that the images maybe too large, but I ruled this out by changing a member of staff’s image to something very small. The problem still stayed.

SharePoint Images Of Staff Members Not Showing (Just Black Square with White Cross)

I have recently tried to create a staff contact List in a SharePoint OnLine Enviroment/Site.

The List has been created fine and all works apart from the Staff Picture field. The URL addresses for the images are correct but all we can get are black squares with white crosses.

My original thought was that the images maybe too large, but I ruled this out by changing a member of staff’s image to something very small. The problem still stayed.

Is the rarity of this homebrew staff appropriate?

I’d appreciate comments on whether this staff is rated appropriately.

Haunted Staff

Staff, rare (requires attunement)

A face is carved near the top of the staff, and every time you look away and look back the face’s expression changes subtly. The staff’s previous owner has died and chosen to remain in what had been his focus staff rather than depart for the afterlife.

The soul in the staff can telepathically communicate with you while you hold it. You can’t prevent this telepathic communication. It would be nice if you could, the soul spends most of its time reminiscing about its youth or quietly snoring.

Fortunately, the soul haunting the staff spoke all standard and exotic languages (BR pg 36). The soul can read with your eyes, hear with your ears, and translate for you. You gain the benefits of the Comprehend Languages and Tongues spells while holding the staff. You also have advantage on Arcana and History checks while holding the staff.

Como coloco no HTML para o botão de criação de artigo ficar visivel somente para Staff?

Venho com uma duvida de iniciante, onde gostaria que o botão de criação de artigo ficasse disponivel somente para staff. (django 2,0)

Layout base:

{% load static from staticfiles %} <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en" dir="ltr">   <head>     <meta charset="utf-8">     <title>Articles</title>     <link rel="stylesheet" href="{% static 'styles.css' %}">   </head>   <body>     <div class="wrapper">       <h1><a href="{% url 'home' %}"alt="Articles">Daniel Sobrinho</a>         <nav>           <ul>             {% if user.is_authenticated %}             <li>               <form class="logout-link" action="{% url 'accounts:logout' %}" method="post">                 {% csrf_token %}                 <button type="submit" name="button">Logout</button>               </form>             </li>             <li><a href="{% url 'articles:create' %}" class="highlight">New Article</a></li>           {% else %}             <li><a href="{% url 'accounts:login' %}">Login</a></li>             <li><a href="{% url 'accounts:signup' %}">Signup</a></li>           {% endif %}           </ul>         </nav>        {% block content %}       {% endblock %}   </body> </html> 

View:

from django.shortcuts import render, redirect from .models import Article from django.http import HttpResponse from django.contrib.auth.decorators import login_required from . import forms from django.contrib.auth.models import User from django.contrib.admin.views.decorators import staff_member_required   #Create your views here. def article_list(request):     articles = Article.objects.all().order_by('date')     return render(request, 'articles/article_list.html', {'articles': articles})  def article_detail(request, slug):     #return HttpResponse(slug)     article = Article.objects.get(slug=slug)     return render(request, 'articles/article_detail.html', {'article':article})  @login_required(login_url = "/accounts/login/") @staff_member_required def article_create(request):     if request.method == 'POST':         form = forms.CreateArticle(request.POST, request.FILES)         if form.is_valid():             instance = form.save(commit=False)             instance.author = request.user             instance.save()             return redirect('articles:list')     else:         form = forms.CreateArticle()     return render(request, 'articles/article_create.html', {'form':form}) 

Which commercial staff vacation/absence/holiday/leave planner with workflow?

I am looking for a commercial staff vacation planner with the following features:

  • is compatible with SharePoint 2013 Standard Edition
  • allows multiple managers to approve an employee’s request
  • skips holidays and weekends; a request from friday to monday should result in two days of vacation taken (not in four)

I’ve searched for solutions but most of them require an additional account at a website.

Q: What products can you recommend?

Checking authenticity of a mobile app (digital staff card)

I’ve been asked to implement a digital card for member’s of our organisation, to replace the old plastic ones. Members would install our app on their phone and setup a “card” with their photo on it within the app. Once setup they could not change the photo.

Then when coming onsite they may get asked to show their card by opening the app and showing the security team the card screen in their app.

The security team of course needs some way to check that they are looking at the real app and not a photo-shopped screenshot or another app made to look like ours if they get suspicious.

I was thinking perhaps using the TOTP algorithm like Google Authenticator does to display a series of codes on the staff members card screen might work. Security staff could then enter the codes on their phone to verify them against the server and see if it was legit.

This wouldn’t be completely secure though of course as I’m sure there are ways for someone to steal the secret key from the phone and make use of it but perhaps it would be difficult enough? This isn’t super top secret stuff so just making it hard enough should suffice.

Does anyone have experience or ideas with ways to ensure authenticity of a digital card (app) that might work?

Thanks!