Way of the Shining Fist (5e Subclass)

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Monk Monastic Tradition: Way of the Shining Fist[edit]

You follow a rare monastic tradition that teaches you to physically manifest your ki. When you exert yourself, you can channel your ki in to a glowing ball of force, wielding it as a weapon and an extension of yourself. While members of this tradition are deadly hand-to-hand fighters, learning to manipulate and project their ki makes them just as lethal in ranged combat.

Apprentice of Ki[edit]

When you choose this tradition at 3rd level, you learn to project your ki as a force blast. As a standard action, you may spend 1 ki point to make an unarmed force attack at a range of 30 feet. Any additional attacks you make this turn may be at range at no extra cost.

Battle Centred[edit]

At 6th level, you learn not only to stay focussed in battle, but how to distill focus from conflict. Whenever you subdue or kill an enemy, you gain 1 ki point.

Weaponized Spirit[edit]

At 11th level, you have mastered the physical form of ki, becoming capable of channeling your ki in to a devastating ray of force. You may spend a full round action channeling any number of ki points you have remaining in your hands. On your next turn, as a standard action, you release your ki in a 90 foot line, dealing 2d10 per ki point spent to every creature caught in the line.

Mastered Projection[edit]

At 17th level, you learn to project the ki inside you as well as the ki you manifest. When you are hit by an attack, you may spend a ki point and use your reaction to teleport up to 60 feet.

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