During my last encounter my 3lvl wizard fell into a trap with freezing water below. He managed to save himself using Levitate, but during my party’s post-game discussion there was a question of getting out of freezing water into an even more freezing air (now wet through) and how it should impact a PC.
A spellcaster using a Ready action can keep any spell with a casting time of 1 action on concentration until start of his next turn.
When you ready a spell, you cast it as normal but hold its energy, which you release with your reaction when the trigger occurs.
If it’s a fire spell and you hold its energy, then it seems reasonable it would release some heat, doesn’t it?
Also, even though you can keep cast and readied spell only until start of your next turn, Fire Bolt is a cantrip so you could just repeat the whole process as long as needed to get oneself sufficiently warmed.
And no, my wizard sadly doesn’t know Prestidigitation.
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I am trying to develop a Flutter application and for that purpose I created an Android Virutal Device. However, when I run the app, macbook gets really warm.
Does this happen to anyone of you? What could be the problem?
During my 5e game, one of my players wants to get warm clothes for a trip up to the cold mountains. He found “Warm Clothes” in a reference for another D&D edition (not sure which one) but I couldn’t find it in 5e.
Is there a reference for warm clothes or similar clothing variants in 5e?
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I want to know the concept difference between warm cache and cold cache. How do we use both these techniques effectively with varnish and Redis cache.
Any help, knowledge and experience sharing would be appreciated.
I have a Nikon D5600 with the kit lens right now, albeit, I just ordered a prime lens. But my question is, since I can’t find it anywhere, is how do I take photos and manage to get those kinds of colors and shadows etc. into the image? Does this require Lightroom or something? Is it possible to just take these kinds of photos without having to edit them? (https://i.stack.imgur.com/3ilZG.jpg)(https://i.stack.imgur.com/CUMN1.jpg)