Pathfinder: Blurred Strike Style

Monks simply do not get enough love. What magic items there are cost more, even though they are supposed to be impoverished. They have far fewer archetypes alternate classes and feats.

Well, we are going to do something about that last one right now. Below is a martial arts style perfect for the monk that loves to move so fast they are nothing but a blur. If you enjoy this style, be sure to check out Book of Feats: 3 Monk Styles at the JBE Shop and DriveThruRPG, Paizo, and the Open Gaming Store.

Blurred Strike Style (Combat, Style)

You dodge attacks at incredible speed.
Prerequisites: 1st-level monk or base attack bonus +1.
Benefit: You add your Wisdom modifier to your initiative instead of your Dexterity modifier. When using this style, you add your Wisdom modifier to your Reflex saving throws instead of your Dexterity modifier.

Blurred Strike Assault (Combat)

Your strikes are so fast, they are difficult to defend against.
Prerequisites: Blurred Strike Style, 6th-level monk or base attack bonus +6, flurry of blows.
Benefit: When one of your flurry of blows attacks deals damage to a creature, all additional flurry of blows attacks against that creature this round are made against the target’s flat-footed armor class.

Blurred Step (Combat)

Your enemies never see your strikes coming.
Prerequisites: Blurred Strike Assault, Blurred Strike Style, 11th-level monk or base attack bonus +11.
Benefit: If you moved more than 10 feet this round, all of your unarmed strikes are made against the target’s flat-footed armor class.

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