dnd 5e – Can Dream reach a target sleeping in Leomund’s Tiny Hut?

Dream has bigger problems than just Tiny Hut

All spells require A Clear Path to the Target

To target something, you must have a clear path to it, so it can’t be behind total cover.

So, while the range is theoretically unlimited, it has a very hard practical limitation that there must be an unobstructed straight line between the caster (not the sender who might not be the caster) and the target. So, if they sleep in a bedroom, or a tent, or a Tiny Hut, or behind a hill, or over the horizon, they are ineligible targets.

Now, you can mount an argument that that isn’t the intent of the spell and that limitation is a serious, possibly fatal, nerf to a 5th level spell. That’s an argument I’m sympathetic to but it isn’t one supported by RAW.

The designers could have solved the problem by making the target the sender, rather than the recipient, of the Dream but the text is crystal clear that the Dream recipient is the target. The could have also explicitly overridden the clear path requirement but they didn’t.

As such, the Tiny Hut in combination with the ground it rests on will stop Dream.

However, if you DM rules that Dream doesn’t require a clear path then, while the Tiny Hut blocks it, the ground doesn’t.

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dnd 3.5e – Is there a way to deal damage to a target without them knowing?

The only ability I know that has anything like this effect is the Mosquito’s Bite skill trick from Complete Scoundrel. It requires 12 ranks in Sleight of Hand, so you’re talking 9th level before it’s available, and even then it only delays the target’s awareness of the attack for 1 round. But it means you can hit a target without them realizing they have been hit, and if your poison kicks in and knocks them unconscious before a round passes, maybe it’s good enough.

Another thing to consider here, if you can somehow justify it as a poison dusk lizardfolk, is being at least a 1st-level cleric of Lolth—because then you can take Lolth’s Caress from Drow of the Underdark. That lets you spend a turn undead attempt to trigger your poison’s secondary damage the turn after you hit them with it. Technically, they’ll become aware of your initial attack just as your turn starts, but then it’s your turn and you get to trigger Lolth’s Caress.

Also, if you’re unfamiliar, The Arsenic & Old Lace Handbook is must-read for any character interested in poison. As you’ll read there, the bare minimum you really, really want are ranks in Craft (poisonmaking), and the Master of Poisons feat—both from Drow of the Underdark. Seriously, that’s a really good book for poisons, and most of it’s not even drow-specific.

java – The origin server did not find a current representation for the target resource or is not willing to disclose that one exists

I am attempting to run a curl request on my java web service project that should return XML code to the server, via the command prompt however I am running into the above error. I’ve tried many different techniques, and it seems to me that for some reason the server is unable to find the file, however I’ve included a screenshot showing that the predictions.jsp file is in the src file where my cwd is pointing in command line. if anyone is able to help me that would be greatly appreciated as I am new to web services in general and have no idea where I should go from here. Please let me know if you need any additional information to help answer my question and I will gladly include it. I’ve included the screenshots from my command line to show the complete error message as well as the cwd to show that the file predictions.jsp is included in the directory.

image of current working directory

image of full command line error

This project was originally developed using Eclipse IDE however running the project using the Apache Tomcat Server packaged with my Eclipse Install does not work either, as I simply get a blank screen when running the predictions.jsp file from that server.

dnd 5e – Does a target affected by compulsion have to dash?

Compulsion states:

Creatures of your choice that you can see within range and that can hear you must make a Wisdom saving throw. A target automatically succeeds on this saving throw if it can’t be charmed. On a failed save, a target is affected by this spell. Until the spell ends, you can use a bonus action on each of your turns to designate a direction that is horizontal to you.

Each affected target must use as much of its movement as possible to move in that direction on its next turn. It can take its action before it moves. After moving in this way, it can make another Wisdom saving throw to try to end the effect.

A target isn’t compelled to move into an obviously deadly hazard, such as a fire or pit, but it will provoke opportunity attacks to move in the designated direction.

Reading the spell again it says they can use their action before moving but what if they don’t? Do they then have to dash to use “as much of (their) movement as possible”?

What about rogues? If they are affected by it (say by either a party member looking for a funny prank, or by an enemy that can cast that spell) do they have to use their cunning action to dash? The spell only permits their action, not their bonus action.

malware – What does it mean for Qbot to “target” certain banks?

QBot is a banking trojan that’s over 12 years old. Recently it received some updates as documented by F5 labs here: https://www.f5.com/labs/articles/threat-intelligence/qbot-banking-trojan-still-up-to-its-old-tricks

What I’m confused about is what they mean when they list the 40+ banks that it targets. They even include the URLs that are targeted, but nowhere in the report or other news articles can I find what it actually does with those URLs. Does it try to extract cookies for those pages? Does it only activate the keylogger when those pages are visited? Does it put capture overlays on those pages?