Rarity: Very Common
Legality: Fully Legal/(Certain styles are illegal however)
Common Races: Human, Elf, Dwarf, Half-Orc, Aasimar, Oread, Darfellan, Gnoll (Clawfighting), Catfolk (Clawfighting), Tengu, Samsaran, Nagaji, Vanara, Vishkanya, Warforged, Android, Dragonborn, Gillman, Suli, Slyth, Rakshasa, Minotaur, Shifter (Clawfighting)
Common Application: Religious Devotion, Seeking peace with oneself, Unarmed Combat, Exotic Combat, Poverty, and many more
Monks devote themselves to wisdom and the teachings of their master. They are often the most disciplined of creatures, pushing their bodies and minds to the limits that their species allows. Most monks that exist, have done so in worship to Strroll, who greatly encourages the discipline, seeing them as a much more potent force than a Paladin. The monk most often takes on one or more disciplines or styles of martial arts. There are many martial arts that encourage different methods, and while one can earn great power through learning many styles, they might also completely devote themselves to one style and become a powerful master of the technique. It is very rare for an individual to master many styles, the only exception being the one known as the Grandmaster.