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Re: [pcgen] Re: Another Monk question

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  • Damian
    the boosted damage comes from speciall training to harden and toughen the hands, as well as knowing where to hit. : ) from a (very low level) martial artist.
    Message 1 of 4 , Mar 6, 2001
      the boosted damage comes from speciall training to harden and toughen the hands, as well as knowing where to hit.  : )  from a (very low level) martial artist.
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: mocha@...
      Sent: Tuesday, March 06, 2001 2:39 PM
      Subject: [pcgen] Re: Another Monk question

      Thanks for catching that! I thought Monks got the unarmed damage as
      well. That makes sense to me since they should be as adept at using
      the weapon as if it were their own hands. I think this will be a
      'house rule' in my campaign.

      -Bryan

      --- In pcgen@y..., "Shawn Chesak" <shawnchesak@e...> wrote:
      > A monk uses their unarmed Attack bonus ONLY with monk weapons, they
      do not
      > get their improved unarmed damage with said weapons. The damage,
      threat
      > range, and crit multiplier of the actual weapon is used.  Thus,
      they would
      > need improved Critical specifically for the Kama.
      >
      > ---
      > Shawn A. Chesak
      > Stormkeep GM -- http://www.stormkeep.net
      >
      >   -----Original Message-----
      >   From: mocha@m... [mailto:mocha@m...]
      >   Sent: Tuesday, March 06, 2001 11:19 AM
      >   To: pcgen@y...
      >   Subject: [pcgen] Another Monk question
      >
      >
      >   If you take Improved Critical in Kama as a Monk - you can use your
      >   Unarmed Damage and Attack Bonus. Does this mean that if you have
      >   Improved Critical on Unarmed Strike, you get the improved threat
      >   range when using the Kama (or any other Monk weapon)? Or do you
      have
      >   to have Improved Critical on the Kama specifically? I'm assuming
      the
      >   latter, but I could see where some might think the former.
      >
      >   -Bryan
      >
      >
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