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Monk

Monks are fighters that rely more on thier own hands than weapons, and their agility than armor. They can weild either a staff or hammer, but do not wear armor. Even without a weapon, their hands are can be deadly. Number of attacks per round is only when they fight bare handed, with weapons they get 1 attack per round.
Monks primary attributes are strength and dexterity.

*HP are Hit Points. This how much damage you can take before being defeated. Level and constitution dictate how many hit points you have.

*Hit Bonus is added to your roll to increase your chances of hitting.

*AC is armor class. AC dictates how hard it is for an attack to hit. This does not apply to most spells.


*Number of Attacks states how many attacks per round you get. Attacks divide by a / denote number of attacks in that number of rounds. Example: 3/2 means 3 attacks in 2 rounds. As such you can either take 2 attacks 1st round and 1 attack 2nd round, or 1 attack 1st round and 2 attacks 2nd round. 5/2 is 2 attacks one round and 3 attacks another round...you can not do 4 and 1.

*Damage is how much damage they do with their hands and feet.

Level    HP    Hit Bonus    Number of Attaks  Damage
1        20    +0           1                 1-4
2        24    +0           1                 1-4+1
3        28    +2           3/2               1-4+2
4        32    +2           3/2               1-6
5        37    +2           3/2               1-6+1
6        42    +4           3/2               1-6+2
7        47    +4           3/2               1-6+3
8        52    +4           3/2               1-6+4
9        57    +6           3/2               1-8
10       63    +6           2                 1-8+1
11       69    +6           2                 1-8+2
12       75    +8           2                 1-8+3
13       81    +8           2                 1-8+4
14       87    +8           2                 1-8+5
15       94    +10          2                 2-12
16       101   +10          5/2               2-12+1
17       109   +10          5/2               2-12+2
18       117   +12          5/2               2-12+3
19       125   +12          5/2               2-12+4
20       133   +12          3                 2-16+4