Monks are proficient with the brass knuckles, cestus, club, crossbow (light or heavy), dagger, handaxe, javelin, kama, nunchaku, quarterstaff, sai, shortspear, short sword, shuriken, siangham, sling, spear and temple sword.
What weapons do monks have proficiency in?
Specifics: This feat allows effective use of club, dagger, handaxe, light crossbow, heavy crossbow, quarterstaff, shuriken, kama, and sling.
Are monks proficient with martial weapons?
No, they cannot, for a lot of reasons. First, Glaives are a martial weapon; that invalidates it immediately. Glaives also have the Heavy weapon property which makes them ineligible to be a Monk weapon.
Which weapons are monk weapons?
From D&D Wiki
|Base Simple Weapon||Monk Weapon|
|Quarterstaff||Three-section staff Bō||Eku Dragon pole|
What counts as a monk weapon?
A Monk weapon is: “any simple melee weapons that don’t have the two-handed or heavy property.” So a Monk weapon is a QuarterStaff and Spear because it does not property “two-handed oor heavy”.
What skills do monks get?
Whatever their discipline, monks are united in their ability to magically harness the energy that flows in their bodies. Whether channeled as a striking display of combat prowess or a subtler focus of defensive ability and speed, this energy infuses all that a monk does.
How many ki points is a monk?
The most Ki Points that can be spent is 6. This is for the Way of the Four Elements Monk (PHB, 80) that can invest 6 Ki points to cast certain spells or engage their Elemental Discipline.
Do Monks use weapons?
Monks are a hybrid class. Masters of bare-handed combat, monks choose to draw their weapons only for devastating finishing moves. … Monks can use the following weapons: fist weapons, one-handed axes, one-handed maces, one-handed swords, polearms, and staves.
Can a rapier be a monk weapon?
No, that’s quite unlikely. The Staff does d6 or d8 damage, and there is already a finesse weapon that does d8 (Rapier). The monk isn’t proficient in that, so it’s not available, but it’s not out of bounds for them to be able to use it.
Do monks add proficiency to unarmed damage?
Yes, the monk is proficient
In addition to being listed as a weapon in the starter guide, in the PHB the monk description explicitly mentions it. The monk level table spells out the increasing base damage that a monk does unarmed.
Do monks scale weapons?
When you equip a versatile weapon (say, a quarterstaff) to a high-level monk, the two-handed damage continued to scale up with, and in excess of, the martial arts table.
How many times can a monk attack 5E?
As a monk, you can make 1 attack with your action, and 1 attack with your bonus action. You can spend a ki point to make 2 attacks as a bonus action instead. You are allowed to move between your attacks.
Do darts count as monk weapons?
Monks can use the dart as it is a simple ranged weapon. However, they cannot use them with the Monk’s martial arts class feature since they are not melee weapons. Simple Melee Weapons and shortswords are monk weapons, not proficiencies.
Are monks good in DnD?
It’s a very good and fun class. If you’re looking to put up the most damage in a round, pick a barbarian and take GWM. Monks aren’t for you. If you’re looking to have interesting and effective options in combat but still want to play a martial class, monk is a very good and fun option.
Can monks use Longswords?
no, monk weapons are given a specific criteria in the class description, under Martial Arts I believe. …
Do monks get Cantrips?
RAW, outside of the Monk Traditions, a Monk can learn a cantrip by taking the Magic Initiate feat, which is the mechanical result of the RP of your Monk learning magic from a wizard.