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Vampire Monk

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What would happen if a monk turned into a vampire? The answer is the funnest brawler/utility character you could play with unlimited role playing and quest line potential. Teleportation, turning invisible, immortality, turning your enemies into vampires, charming/dominating, climbing over walls/ceilings, walking on water, regenerating limbs, calling bats/rats/wolves to aid you in battle, over 50ft+ of movement, turning into bats, turning into shadows and turning into a cerberus! This document details a homebrew player character subclass/archetype for the way of the shadow monastic tradition for the monk class. This includes a class table, class features and abilities per level.

This playable character design is basically a way of the shadow monastic tradition 5e monk from the players handbook mixed with a vampire monster from the monster manual. It gets new abilities per level because I hate when you level up and get nothing... I felt like the straight Monk class was a little underpowered when compared with playing others and everyone wants to be a vampire. It may seem overpowered but it has been extensively play tested and has many vulnerabilities which give way to numerous role playing and side quest potential such as including vampire hunters to campaign settings, or being charmed/dominated by the vampire that originally tuned you. With the right DM this character is extremely fun to play and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. 

 
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Magnus V February 17, 2018 2:21 pm UTC
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You should probably credit Michael Komarck for the art....

Also i would suggest going through your class an additional time... there are many places where your wording is not clear. Read through the players handbook and use their wordings so everybody knows exactly what you mean ;)
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sam G February 20, 2018 2:43 am UTC
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Thanks for the feedback Magnus. Will look at cross referencing the Monk class wording from players handbook. Hopefully you got the general gist of all the abilities and enjoy the character!
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sam G February 22, 2018 12:16 am UTC
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Edited the product to reflect the wording of official rulebooks. Reads much clearer now and is simple to follow and take straight to a table. also changed art to DM guild available stock. Enjoy!
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