Way of the Abandon Ache (5e Subclass)

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Way of the Abandon Ache[edit]

Pain perpetuates all mortals, even the greatest. An animalistic evolution, made to bring them away from danger, it can be crippling. Those who follow the Way of the Abandon Ache seek to remove the bonds of pain. They can sustain unknowable levels of injury, and yet fight as if they were more than whole.

In freeing themselves of pain, they have not fear, nor worry, or hesitation.

Removal of Sense

Your training has begun, rendered you capable of ignoring wounds. At 3rd level, when you take damage, you can use your reaction to reduce the damage by half your Monk level(rounded down), to a minimum of 0.

Nullified Feeling

Your ki has made you capable of ignoring certain parts of your nerves. At 6th level, you are immune to the charmed, frightened, and poisoned conditions.

Iron Muscle

At 11th level, you gain resistance to bludgeoning, piercing, and slashing damage from non-magical damage.

The Unbroken Form

At 17th level, you have reached something far beyond the lack of sense, capable of becoming nigh impervious to damage. At the start of your turn, you may use 5 ki points to enter the unbroken form. While this is active, you gain the following effects.

  • You regain hitpoints equal to twice your Wisdom modifier at the start of your turn
  • Removal of Sense no longer requires a reaction, and instead reduces damage dealt by your Monk level.

This ends at the start of your next turn, unless you spend 3 ki points to continue it.


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