At 3rd level, a monk gains the Monastic Tradition feature. The following Way of the Soulknife option is available to a monk, in addition to those normally offered. Way of the Soulknife A soulknife recognizes her own mind as the most beautiful—and the most deadly—thing in all creation. With this understanding and through extended practice, … Continue reading Way of the Soulknife | New Monastic Tradition for Fifth Edition
This article adds new rules, subclasses, prestige classes, magic items, and more for players interested in expanding archer characters in Fifth Edition. All of this content is FREE for you to use in your Fifth Edition campaigns. However, if you're interested in getting this content in PDF format, patrons of every tier get this PDF … Continue reading Archers | Player Supplement for Fifth Edition (Part 1)
Subclass month continues with a cool subclass idea from one of my patrons. Here is what he requested: Ever since I started playing I always wanted a subclass that had the power to control gravity or affect the surroundings. The only issue with my request is I usually play really gung-ho with a fighter or … Continue reading Monk Disciple of Graviton Monastic Tradition | New Player Option for Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition
Looking fo a new style of monk? Check out the Way of the Moon Soul, a monk that specialized in one-on-one combat.
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