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Way of the Dragon Monastic Tradition (5e)

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Some Monks learn to wield martial weapons and others learn to focus their life energy as a weapon, with each one gaining this purely through hard work and perfection of self. There are few traditions however, that require a certain lineage to study and perfect. One such tradition is the Way of the Dragon which draws upon the draconic heritage of the monk in order to transform them into a elemental fighter that channels the power of a dragon.

This product contains the rules to play a Way of the Dragon Monk in Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition.

 
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June 27, 2018 8:03 am UTC
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So I really like the idea but the wording of the 17th level ability doesn't make much sense. I can't seem to find what it is referencing because the Draconic Heritage feature has no benefits to gain use of. Also monk subclass features are at 3rd, 6th, 11th and 17th level so Draconic Maturity has to be moved to 11th level and it's increase for line breaths don't make sense. I would change it to 60 feet long and 5 feet wide.
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Aaron C June 29, 2018 9:32 pm UTC
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Hi there,

Firstly thank you for looking at my work I appreciate it. I've updated it now and changed the Draconic Maturity feature as I liked the idea for the line weapon and thank you for spotting the typo. In case it wasn't in the previous file I've also added a new ability called Dragon Style and Dragon Rage now references the ability within Dragon Style as it was originally intended. The part of the feature I was referencing was the bonus action you could use when you make an unarmed attack to increase its damage.

Thank you for your help, Aaron.
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June 29, 2018 11:02 pm UTC
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No problem. Monks are my favorite class so I come check pretty much weekly for monk stuff. Just glad I could help.
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