Inebriate's Fist (3.5e Monk Fighting Style)

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Inebriate's Fist is a style involving copious amounts of alcohol and fighting when you're intoxicated. Inebriate's Fist is different from Drunken Boxing; Rather than alcohol having beneficial purposes for the style, Inebriate's Fist lessens the penalties of being drunk and lets you use the negative effects of alcohol to your advantage.

1st-Level Skill Bonus: Craft (Brewing)

1st-Level Feat: Power Attack

2nd-Level Feat: Heavy Power Attack

6th-Level Feat: Brute

6th-Level Bonus Ability: Drunken Wreck: An Inebriate's Fist Monk at this level may use this ability every 1d4 rounds. As a standard action, an Inebriate's Fist monk may use a Breath Weapon that deals 1d4 points of acid damage to all within a 15 ft cone. The area is treated as if under the effect of a grease spell (Caster level=Class Levels) for three rounds afterwards.

Prerequisites: Great Fortitude, Constitution 14.



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