Let’s face it, monks get the shaft when it comes to magic items built for them. So today I am going to start breaking that by posting magic items designed with them. This one by itself isn’t a magic item, but it can be one. Check it out and see what i mean. Wrappings Aura no aura (nonmagical); CL — Slot feet, head, or wrists; Price 300 gp; Weight — Description These… Read More
One thing I hear over and over again no matter what edition or variation of D&D, there just are not enough magic items for monks. In an effort to fix that, I started writing some. As usual for this blog when showing off something not yet published in a book, it hasn’t been approved by my editors yet so it is not as polished as it would be when given the final… Read More
Strand of Fate Style was designed long ago and is largely in tales that few believe. Practitioner of the style are said to be able to snap their fingers and break their enemy’s strand in the fabric of fate, but that is just an old tale told around campfires. Few have actually seen such abilities worked, and fewer still talk about it.
Last year, we created a number of hexes for witches based on their patron, and we released them on a weekly basis until we finished them all. Now we are doing the same thing with martial arts. These are created with monks in mind, but non-monks can take these, as long as they meet the qualifications. Stone Mountain Style is designed for dwarven monks. Their style is one created by those that,… Read More