dnd 5e – DnD 5e Adventure & # 39; s League (AL) legal, Max from gold, without using XGtE options "It's your life"

From my understanding of this text:

Before the start of any adventure (including the first), the characters
can sell any of its unwanted equipment for 50% of its quoted value,
and / or buy new equipment. New characters can use this rule to
sell some (or all) of their original equipment and use the product
buying better equipment

All i can get hold of class starter equipment appears to be:

Fighter PHB (option to take 200gp and no other equipment, including everything given by choice of background)

Sale: 2 hand crossbows (sells for 75 gp), light crossbow and bolts (sells for 13 gp), Chainmail (sells for 37.5 gp), dungeon pack (sells for 6.15 gp)

Total class: 131.65 gp

All i can get hold of Context starter equipment appears to be:

Detective Rats of Waterdeep: Annex A (Is DO NOT count as your +1)

Sale: Magnifying glass (sells for 50 gp), Ink bottle (sells for 5 gp), Pen (sells for 0.01 gp), Notepad in folded parchment, (how many pages..1 … 10?, sells 0.1 gp if 1), common clothes (keep), a coat (dress?, sells 1 gp) and a hat (ornament?). Also a belt pouch containing 8 gp

Bottom Total: 64.11gp

Add the two together: 131.65 + 64.11 = 195.76 gp

Even by selling your common clothes and your belt pouch, you cannot access the ability to purchase of Splint armor for 200gp.

Did I miss a way to get more GPs, apart from the DM rewards and / or XGtE's "This is your life" options?

I would be happy to receive a splint armor, a quarterstaff (pike would be ideal), a bag and 1 day of rations. Less than 201 gp of equipment, 5 additional gp would get me there

American Companions: Who Do You Prefer To Help: The Liberal Homeless Veteran OR The Family Of Legal Immigrants Of Four?

Let's say you have the resources to help one of these two people find a job, a place to live and even psychiatric help if they wish.

Here are the two people you can help:

A). The liberal veteran.

James has a wife and two children, but she kicked him out of the house after he refused to give up his drugs.

He used to work in technology and was generally an intelligent man, but PTSD made him addicted to drugs.

B) The immigrant family of four.

The father (Miguel), the mother and their four children came here legally.

They have three daughters, 15, 8 and 4 years old.

The mother cannot work due to the pregnancy of her fourth child.

Miguel finds it difficult to find work despite his great skill in construction.

Who are you helping?

Updated 58 minutes ago:

I put "liberal veteran" because I know that Trump supporters will never help a Liberal no matter what. Looking forward to their responses lol.

legal – Can I take a picture of the items on display in someone's house?

If you are talking about taking a picture of an existing work of art – "a framed picture" – the answer in most jurisdictions is probably not. Under the Berne Convention, which covers 172 countries, the creator of a work automatically has copyright in any work of art as soon as it is produced – and this includes the creation of a derivative work. Taking a photo of another work of art creates either a derivative work (if it is transformative) or East this work (if not considered transformative). Either way, the copyright holder is legally under control.

This also covers personal, non-commercial use. Now, you may be able to make a case of "fair dealing" in certain limited circumstances – but those circumstances are more limited than most people imagine.

If the copyright of the work of art is owned by your host, I suggest … just ask. In the circumstances you describe, verbal authorization is probably sufficient for all reasonable practical cases. If, on the other hand, the art is, for example, a photograph produced by a different artist, your host may not hold copyright and therefore not, from a legal point of view, aptitude to give permission.

(Of course, from a practical point of view, if your host doesn't bother you and you don't use the result anywhere else, no one will ever be wiser – but read strict legal, you're probably out of bounds.)

If, instead, you are talking about general photographs taken in someone's house, take a look at the release of the property for a number of issues discussing various circumstances. And, if it's a mix – a random shot that come to contain a work protected by copyright, be aware that this is a legal gray area where the legal resolution may not be immediately apparent.

Warning: I am not a lawyer. If you are in a situation where you need real legal advice (as if you took a photo with someone and are now in litigation), don't rely on the random advice you find on the Internet.

[ Diet & Fitness ] Open question: Where can I buy legal steroids?

I'm looking for a friend, but I'm not sure where to look.

Legal Consequences on the Similarity of Games – Game Development

I'm already planning a six-month turn-based strategy (4X) for mobile phones. Recently I tried to play Civilization 6 and while playing, totally horrified, I realized that my idea and Civ 6 was very, very similar. What to do? Do you recommend changing things that are too similar or creating a game that I planned, without looking at the similarities to Civ 6? .. Could there be legal consequences due to the similarity of these two games ??

legal – Can the name of a private lake (belonging to someone else) be legally used in a domain name?

I use a private lake subdivision name as the domain name. The name of the lake is not a registered trademark. It is managed by an owners association. I have no connection with the POA. I don't mention them at all. It is only intended for service providers inside and outside the lake. The domain of POA is only the initials of the lake followed by POA.

I just received a cease and desist letter. Can they tell me I can't use the name of the lake in my field or do you think it's a scary tactic?

what is the legal age to buy tobacco products in greece?

i am a smoker in canada, but i am 18 years old so i can't bring cigrettes with me in greece. So I wonder if I can buy smoke / cigarettes in Greece when I am there. because I can't last 10 whole days without smoke

legal – Do we need to specifically support older browsers to conform to WCAG or do they follow the robust principle enough?

I understand that WCAG is technology independent, so it does not specify on which browsers, devices and operating systems a website should be accessible.

However, our site is not responding on some platforms, such as Opera or IE6 / Windows XP. This affects accessibility, because suddenly the content will be broken and inaccessible. For example, in IE6, black text on a white background ends up hovering on a black background, which makes it unreadable.

But it is impossible to take into account every device, browser and operating system. So I feel like my only option is to be compatible with the main browsers / devices, and then to follow the Robust principle. So even if the contrast of the text breaks on IE6 / Windows XP, I will not be prosecuted for non-compliance.

Our objective here is not to be prosecuted for non-compliance with WCAG. We do not know to what extent we will be prosecuted for not supporting Windows XP, but the owner of the site is very concerned about the legal aspects.

Learn more about understanding compliance

Legal – Is the Robust principle sufficient to comply with WCAG?

I understand that WCAG is technology independent, so it does not specify on which browsers, devices and operating systems a website should be accessible.

However, our site is not responding on some platforms, such as Opera or IE6 / Windows XP. This affects accessibility, because suddenly the content will be broken and inaccessible. For example, in IE6, black text on a white background ends up hovering on a black background, which makes it unreadable.

But it is impossible to take into account every device, browser and operating system. So I feel like my only option is to be compatible with the main browsers / devices, and then to follow the Robust principle. So even if the contrast of the text breaks on IE6 / Windows XP, I will not be prosecuted for non-compliance.

Our objective here is not to be prosecuted for non-compliance with WCAG. We do not know to what extent we will be prosecuted for not supporting Windows XP, but the owner of the site is very concerned about the legal aspects.

Learn more about understanding compliance