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Follower of the Monkey King - Monastic Tradition

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Happy Chinese New Year!

A monastic tradition based on the mythic Sun Wukong from the classic chinese novel "Journey to the West".

"These monks follow the teachings of an elusive mythical figure known as The Monkey King, said to have undertaken an epic journey to the west in times almost forgotten."

 
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Robert W July 20, 2018 5:01 am UTC
I really like this, it's pretty darn neat! I'm curious as to why you had the staff do str damage instead of dex?
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Leland W April 30, 2018 6:20 am UTC
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I haven't read "Journey to the West". I would like to say I like the work you put into this. The format and pictures are nice. I disagree with the first ability though. Since monks use primarily dexterity it seems to me the "Eight Ton Staff" would feel like eight tons when hit with it. If dexterity was used instead of strength it would benefit the monk far greater as dexterity is of more use. I can see strength being a "dump" stat for monks. Also, if you think about it, monkeys are small and dexterous. APES on the other hand are large and strong.
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This title was added to our catalog on February 09, 2016.