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I really would like to see a few Christian style monks sometime.
Those would be more along the lines of Clerics.
That would be pretty great.
Number 2 is Diablo 3
Keep em coming!
Tomorrow some dwarves, maybe tonight some eldritch knights and other battlemage like characters.
Is one of them a monkey?
A Cobolt monk. Now that's a character I would like to try out.
My last chat was a monk named Punchy McKick. Wanna guess what he was all about?
I actually made my character like that. I just flavored a quarterstaff with slashing to be a dane axe and instead of the unarmed strikes(1/2
Being Kung fu he uses pommel strikes and haymakers. Lots of poor volunteers couldn't afford armor, so he just has a helm and bracers. (2/3)
I was just inspired by watching German longsword fencing. Shit is bonkers. (3/3)
That's a paladin.
The rhino is Nutting
Hard being a dragonkin monk, nobody draws many of them.
Ah yes, monks, the other "i'm totally justified in playing a half naked muscle dude" class. I need to draw more Monks.
Some of these appear to be barbarians that are either shirtless or channeling animal totems. But overall this is a wonderful collection!
Like Friar Tuck wit some Nunchucks?
Monks with shirts would be good too
Orc monk = Draxx
They did that in an episode of Doctor Who. It was dumb. I think the episode might have been about a werewolf or something.
Currently playing a 207 year old gnome who has an adopted warlock son. Oh and I work for a city secret service.
I once played a halforc monk/sorcerer... it was tough at start but he became insanely overpowered by level 6.
Can you do one for witches and shamans?
"I just flavored a quarterstaff " I bet you did you sick little monkey...
I have an NPC in my campaign that is a monk paladin of redemption.
Acolyte is a background not a class
monks can't use weapons! crabapples!
He's effectively the definition of Chaotic Neutral, is he not? (I have trouble with that alignment for some reason)
Monks in DnD can use plenty of weapons and have specific interactions with them and with certain talents. Even taking Vow of Poverty (1
a monk can use weapons so long as they don't exceed a certain cost.
I haven't looked at monks since DnD 3.5. Do they finally have a niche only they can fill super-well yet?
Shit, autocorrect. But yes.
This could be your chance to hone your skill and fill the void.
most of these are childish and meh but the monk in the red robe with a black staff is pure 10/10
The talent for drawing completely missed me
Number 8, dude under a tree. What class is he?
There's a Monk archetype in Pathfinder which is built around using any available nearby object as a weapon. Chairs, rubble, smaller enemies.
Whatever you can grab, really.
I enjoyed this. +1
Weapon Master? Dunno about 5th ed but that was the class in 3.X
i had a human monk named biscuits. wore footy pajamas made from owlbear
Not all chicks in armor, enjoy your upvote.
I think in 4e they sort of did. They were psionic based class and focused on dealing damage. With weird charop and some mild rules abuse 1/2
they deal the most damage in the entire game by striking all enemies in a zone. Though that relies on the enemies be positioned in a cube2/2
I can't recall Christianity having any form of martial Arts linked to it so I'm not so sure that'd work well. Christian is more templar :/
Halfling monks, the scourge of shins and kneecaps everywhere.
Hah, I did one for the GURPS "Make a monk character" challenge over on Reddit for that exact reason.
I.33's instructor is a literal monk, too.
I.33's instructor is a monk, so there's that.
I think i remember something from pathfinder that was monk-ish but made their weapons magical with a permanent bonus and other abilities
Monk is my 'main' in 5e. They take knowhow to maximize value, and they're still flawed, but they are better than their 3.5 counterpart byfar
Dunno about PF. Sounds like a different class - the Weapon Master mostly gained more powerful crits.
Thats cool, but monks are permabanned
Not really sure why this was down voted. In AD&D they WERE called priests and were more like wizards. . .
I searched for Scarred Monk archetype for Pathfinder. If you want a absolutely METAL monk class.... check it the fuck out
(monk type), sorry
Isn't that just a cleric?
"I kick ass for The Lord!!"
Ah yes, the Jackie Chan style of fighting.
No, it's a monk.
I know bob, he's the pirate illustration champ.
Yeah its a feat called improvised weapon lol
Yeah but this archetype is built around that feat and maximising its potential :P
Best monk I made he was a monk cause he was always broke and the dm would create scenarios in which I would lose all my money just cause
So after pilfering the dragons hoard I would get into some side adventure that lead to me being broke and a crazy story to tell
Jesus christ. It's like playing a Cenobite from hellraiser.
Even Kenai monks?
"Boy you better slow down before we throw down in God's house."
....Diablo, the MONKEY KING? Half of these are not even monks
Sorry wasn't trying to call you out. Juyst wanted to make sure it wasn't a new race lol
Favorite class. Used to play a dwarven monk/grappler who thought he was a chiropractor. "Fixed" a lot of spines. He was very proud.
combat start- 2 hours later HDYWTDT actual combat time -30 seconds
I'll hit a motherfucker with another motherfucker
bauregard from critical role is a cobalt monk (cobalt reserve)
flavorwise I mean
YUP! AND I KNOW WHAT CHAR IM MAKING! "SHARE THA' PAAAAAAAAAIN"
Monk with a thing for nature? A lazy old druid? Just inspirational stuff to transfer a mood really.
Childish? You mean cliche?
Visually the differences aren't that clear, mostly this just transfers moods etc.
You mean a monk character can't focus on being in tune with nature? Finding balance, meditation under a tree for years?
I suppose this is because most Christian warrior-monks looked very similar to knights. Both being heavily armored.
aw, hell yeah
Sounds more like you missed it instead, just takes time is all. Might as well give it a try.
Okay fair enough, not culturally known though.