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Class Information

Class Primary Archetype Secondary Archetype Required Permission
Warrior Monk Battle Thought Chi Mastery
Chi Mastery You’ve undergone the initiation ceremony for an order of warrior monks, having trained body and mind in a way that renders you some control over magic near your body. A few moments of meditation allows you to clear one point of Physical and Mental stress (but not injuries). Passive

The Warrior Monk has mastery over both mind and body. They possess a limited control of the magical energies around their bodies, allowing them to perform supernatural feats and deflect hostile spells.

Starting Stunts

Iron Will Gain a +2 on Will rolls against supernatural mental attacks.
Diamond Soul [Requires Iron Will] Gain a +2 against magical attacks.
Ki [Requires Diamond Soul and Chi Mastery] Gain two Ki Points per session, which may be spent like Fate Points (automatic +2 or reroll) but can only be used on skills from the Battle Archetype.



Class Specific Stunts

Utility Ki Choose one additional skill that Ki Points can be applied to.
Pool of Ki Gain an additional Ki Point per day.
Purification By expending a Ki Point, a Warrior Monk may attempt to purify as though they had cast the Druid spell Purify. This action can be done in conjunction with an unarmed attack.
Purge By expending a Ki Point, a Warrior Monk may attempt to purge magic as though they had cast the Wizard spell Dispel. This action can be done in conjunction with an unarmed attack.