Player Paraphernalia #54—Monk Archetype: The Shadow Monk (PFRPG) PDF
The Shadow Monk (Archetype Class)
Not all monks follow the path of peace and self-enlightenment. The Shadow Monk follows a much darker path, hidden in the shadows. This archetype includes an archetype version for both the traditional monk and the Unchained Monk as found in Pathfinder Unchained. This is an original concept by Randy Price and edited and formatted by John Buckley.
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