dnd 5e – Does blink cause an attack of opportunity from someone with Polearm Master?

Yes, an opportunity attack is triggered.

Although the blink spell does not explicitly use the word teleport, I believe that teleportation is essentially what it does.

Regarding teleportation the rules for how it works with opportunity attacks without polearm master are as follows:

You also don’t provoke an opportunity attack when you teleport or when someone or something moves you without using your movement, action, or reaction. (PHB p.195) (emphasis added).

So in normal circumstances it would be impossible to for a teleport to trigger an opportunity attack. However the pole arm master feat states:

While wielding a glaive, halberd, pike, or quarterstaff, other creatures provoke an opportunity attack from you when they enter your reach. (emphasis added).

Since teleporting into someones reach involves entering their reach we can assume that the perquisites for an opportunity attack via the pole arm master feat are met.

This interpretation of the rules relies on the belief that specific beats general and that the rules for a feat are more specific than the general rules regarding teleportation/opportunity attacks.

dnd 5e – Does blink cause the attack of opportunity from Polearm Master?

Yes, an opportunity attack is triggered.

Although the blink spell does not explicitly use the word teleport, I believe that teleportation is essentially what it does.

Regarding teleportation the rules for how it works with opportunity attacks without polearm master are as follows:

You also don’t provoke an opportunity attack when you teleport or when someone or something moves you without using your movement, action, or reaction. (PHB p.195) (emphasis added).

So in normal circumstances it would be impossible to for a teleport to trigger an opportunity attack. However the pole arm master feat states:

While wielding a glaive, halberd, pike, or quarterstaff, other creatures provoke an opportunity attack from you when they enter your reach. (emphasis added).

Since teleporting into someones reach involves entering their reach we can assume that the perquisites for an opportunity attack via the pole arm master feat are met.

This interpretation of the rules relies on the belief that specific beats general and that the rules for a feat are more specific than the general rules regarding teleportation/opportunity attacks.

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Is there a way to use Windows XP’s master volume(sndvol32.exe) on Windows 7? When I just run it, I get CD Audio and VolumeControl column, but the volume does not change. When I run with WinXP compatibility mode, I get only one column called Digital Audio. Administrator priviliges does not help. Any way?

Note that this program originally has columns called CD Audio, Video volume, Mic volume, Telephone line, Line input, Wave, SW synthesis, etc.

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I have SharePoint online site I need to hide SP ribbon based on user permission.
Should not change the master page code.

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computability – Master Theorem applicable here?

Let
$T(n):=begin{cases} frac{2+log n}{1+text{log}n}t(lfloorfrac{n}{2}rfloor) + log ((n!)^{log n}) & text{if }n>1 \
1 & text{if }n=1
end{cases}$

I need to prove that $t(n) in O(n²)$, thus $t(n) leq ccdot n²$

I asked the question here and I got really great help last time, the thing is after I was shown last time that $f(n)=log(n)cdotlog(n!)$ is $Theta(2cdotlog(n)cdot n) = Theta(log(n)cdot n)$ I thought I could then use the master theorem

However since $a=frac{2+log n}{1+log n}$ is NOT a constant I can not use the master theorem
but I thought that I could use an upper bound for $a$, since $frac{2+log n}{1+log n} < 2 quadforall n$ and then use the master theorem for $a=2$, $b=2$. But am I allowed to use the master theorem after finding an upper bound for the non-constant $a$?

What would other ways be to show that $T(n) = O(n^2)$ ?

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I would like to sign a transaction from a wallet which is derived from a seed, and sign it with master seed private key, can I sign any tx of any derived wallet address after the master seed wallet?

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microsoft word – Styles not updating to instance documents from master template

I have a master styles .dotx file which is attached to all of my .docx instance documents. ‘Automatically update document styles’ is ticked. I have modified the Table Of Contents (TOC) styles so that there is no white space between each TOC entry – see the first below screen snip.

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However, these do not seem to be carried forward into my instance documents for levels 7, 8, and 9 of the TOC – see the second below screen snip.

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Does anybody have any ideas?

Many thanks in advance,

Keith