custom permission level – Sharepoint Restricted View for all sites

I am not getting restricted view for all sites , I have used SharePoint Custom API for setting new role permission. now I want restricted view for all the site, can we add permission through rest API ? Is there any API which provide add custom permission ? I do not want to do it manually . What will be my approach ? Kindly guide me

dnd 5e – Does the blood hunter gain an additional blood curse at level 20?

This can be verified by “purchasing”1 the Blood Hunter class on DM’s Guild.

The table in this document does not show a 6th blood curse at level 20, and matches the description of the Blood Maledict feature instead.

DM’s Guild has two different “Blood Hunter” classes; one named “Blood Hunter Class for D&D 5e (2020)” and one simply named “Blood Hunter Class”.

The latter does grant you a 6th known blood curse at level 20 and does also reflect this in the Blood Maledict feature. In this version, however, you only gain the Blood Maledict feature at level 2, while both the 2020 version and the D&D Beyond version you linked in the question grant the feature at level 1.

Therefore, we can assume that the blood curse at level 20 listed in the table is left-over from the old version, while the rest of the document has been adapted to the 2020 version (hence the link in the first section of my answer links to that version).

1 you can choose what you want to pay, i.e. “paying” 0$ is possible

world of darkness – What level of Prime is required to use Tass?

I’m confused about what level of Prime is required to use Tass in the Mage 20th Anniversary Edition rules.

In the main rulebook the following statements are made:

M20 Rulebook:

  • p 332: “To absorb Quintessence energy from the materialized Quintessence of Tass requires Prime 3.”

  • p 520: Prime 1 sphere description says: “A beginning study of Prime allows the mage to perceive and channel Quintessence from Nodes, Tass, …”

  • p 520: Prime 3 sphere description says: “… the Prime-skilled mage can draw both free and raw Quintessence from Nodes, Junctures (special times) and Tass …”

How do you DO That Rulebook says:

  • pp. 43-45: “Any mage with an Avatar Background can absorb that Background’s worth of Quintessence from a Node or Tass …”

First off – are there ways to use Tass other than absorbing the Quintessence into your pattern? Can you spend Tass to gain Quintessence effects like lowering the difficulty of a roll without absorbing it into your pattern?

And with regard to what levels of Prime are required to do these things, I can see support for any of these positions:

  1. You don’t need any Prime at all to absorb Quintessence from Tass into your pattern, as “Any mage with an Avatar Background” can do it (How do you DO That pp. 43-45)
  2. You need Prime 1, as the description for that sphere says Prime 1 allows you to channel Quintessence from Tass. (M20 p. 520)
  3. You need Prime 3, as that is stated on M20 p. 332 and p. 520 explicitly

I have reviewed other answers at: How does the Prime Sphere affect gaining and storing Quintessence in M20? but it left me more confused than enlightented.

From a gameplay perspective, requiring Prime 3 to use Tass seems to defeat much of the purpose of Tass – as it can’t be readily exchanged between mages as portable Quintessence unless they have Prime 3.

dnd 5e – Does a blood hunter gain a new blood curse at level 20?

This can be verified by “purchasing”1 the Blood Hunter class on DM’s Guild.

The table in this document does not show a 6th blood curse at level 20, and matches the description of the Blood Maledict feature instead.

DM’s Guild has two different “Blood Hunter” classes; one named “Blood Hunter Class for D&D 5e (2020)” and one simply named “Blood Hunter Class”.

The latter does grant you a 6th known blood curse at level 20 and does also reflect this in the Blood Maledict feature. In this version, however, you only gain the Blood Maledict feature at level 2, while both the 2020 version and the D&D Beyond version you linked in the question grant the feature at level 1.

Therefore, we can assume that the blood curse at level 20 listed in the table is left-over from the old version, while the rest of the document has been adapted to the 2020 version (hence the link in the first section of my answer links to that version).

1 you can choose what you want to pay, i.e. “paying” 0$ is possible

versioning – What is the exact meaning of “patch level”?

While in general terms I realize this is a sub-version number that’s bumped based on patches that don’t bump the major version, is there a more exact definition for this?

Must the number match the number of patches applied for example?

Or is this a general term that each project uses slightly differently?

dnd 3.5e – When creating a character above 1st level, can you give them the effects of spellcasting services?

Page 199 of the DMG explains how new characters can start with magic items, even those they choose to make themselves (with the assumption these items were created some time before the character became a PC)

But let’s say a non-spellcaster wants to give themselves an extra point to an ability score. If they have 27,500 gp, they could start with a Manual of Quickness of Action and either use it immediately or possibly say they’ve used it already and begin with an inherent +1 bonus to Dexterity.

That book costs 27,500 gp. Using the formula on page 129 of the PHB, however, it would only cost 26,530 gp to have a 17th-level wizard cast wish on them as a service. For an 8th-level character (or a higher-level character with lots of other gear), that’s the difference between getting the bonus, and not.

Can the character simply decide to begin with this effect present (or a different spell with a permanent duration, like enlarge person+permanency, since 9th-level wizards are easy to find in large cities) and 26,530 gp less, or since the DMG only describes starting with magic items, must they spend 27,500 gp for the magic item?

sharepoint online – Disabling External Sharing and Item Level Permissions

We have a site that was shared with external emails but the Owner wants that reverted so no external access is allowed. I removed the external users from the Site Permissions but the question remains:

If I disable External Sharing on a Site Collection that has unique permissions on a Document, will that external user still be able to access the Document that has been explicitly shared with them in the past? Or will disabling external sharing lock them out of any document within that site regardless of the unique item level permissions?

dnd 5e – In what ways are high level martial characters better than a high level spellcaster with True Polymorph?

I am a DM running a high-level campaign. My group has recently leveled up to 17, and one of the casters has taken True Polymorph. They have stated their intent to turn into the most powerful kind of dragon allowed by the spell, and use it in combat.

I am worried that the martial classes (Paladin & Rogue) in the party will feel overshadowed by this – after all, with a prep time of 1 action, this caster can turn into an Adult Gold Dragon that almost certainly possesses better mobility, greater or equal damage output, and a health pool twice or more the size of theirs. When that health pool is depleted, they return to “only” a 17th level caster down their 9th level spell slot.

So, I am asking this question to identify the ways in which high level martial characters can excel in their niches in ways that this caster cannot just by turning into a dragon/other high CR creature.

My intent with the answers I get is to implement them: i.e. structure the game such that it is one that supplies a set of challenges that make the martial characters feel useful and powerful, rather than a set that make them feel outclassed by the shapeshifted caster, regret their class choices, and feel like “transitional characters” whose only purpose was to get the casters to level 17.

adb – Android Version differs from expected API level

I have found a pretty old device Huawei Ascend Y210. This mobile officially has Android 2.3.3 (API level 10). I found an online custom lollipop ROM for the specific mobile. The device has CWM as custom recovery. The zip file (the rom file) was installed successfully. The environment feels like android Lollipop should look like. Going to the mobile’s settings > About phone > Android version, the version is 5.0.1 as expected. Using the command adb shell getprop ro.build.version.release the result is 5.0.1 indeed. However, I tried running adb shell getprop ro.build.version.sdk the result is 10 which is the API level of the stock android of the phone (Android 2.3.3). Apps made from API level 23 will fail to install as the API level is getting recognized as 10. Changing the apps’ Minimum API level to 10 using APK Editor Studio, allows the app to get install but it crashes once I try to open it.

Is that a bug? I mean can I somewhere change the API level of the device? Or is the ROM a scam and the android is never really getting updated to 5.0.1 and the ROM just changes the graphic interface? How is it even possible to trick the adb that the android version is 5.0.1 but keep the API level to 10?

P.S.: If someone has any ROM for Huawei Ascend Y210 with android 5.0.1 or higher handy, I would appreciate a download link.

Thanks in advance!

adnd 1e – What are the missing proficiencies per level for the Oriental Adventures monk and yakuza?

Oriental Adventures on the class monk says

(T)he monk starts with proficiency in one style of unarmed combat and two of that style’s special maneuvers. The monk also has five other proficiency slots. Of these, one must be used for religion and another calligraphy. The remaining slots can be filled as the player sees fit within the restrictions of the class.” “All monks have the martial arts special maneuver Missile Deflection in addition to the other special maneuvers thay may have or gain. This is not considered part of any martial style and so does not use one of the special maneuver slots for the monk’s chosen martial art. (18)

And on the yakuza it says

Yakuza begin play with three proficiency slots available. In addition, they automatically have the gaming proficiency. (26)

Table 56 (Oriental Adventures 51) shows the proficiencies character classes gain when they advance levels except that the table omits the monk and the yakuza (51). What are these missing values?

For comparison

The Player’s Handbook Weapon Proficiency Table and Unearthed Arcana show the following monk proficiences:

Class of Character | Initial # of Prof | Add Proficiency per Level | Non-proficiency Weapon Penalty
Monk               |            1      |  1/2 levels               |     -3  

The Dungeoneer’s Survival Guide on Table 10 (23) and Wilderness Survival Guide on Table 1 (12) have the same proficiency entries for the monk:

Class of Character | Initial # of Proficiencies Weapon/Nonweapon | Add Proficiency per Level Weapon/Nonweapon
Monk               |                  1/1                        |   1/1 per 2 levels

However, using Oriental Adventures, it seems like for the monk and yakuza this information is as follows:

Class of Character | Initial # of Prof | Add Proficiency per Level            | Non-proficiency Weapon Penalty
Monk               |         5         | missing (possibly 1/1 per 2 levels?) | -3 from PHB and UA
Yakuza             |         3         | missing                              | missing

…And I’d like to fill in the missing information.