So Once again I am on the great source of knowledge known as paizo to ask you all this question.
I was planning on making a Monk sorcerer with a tainted bloodline that uses wis as the spell ability modifier. My question to this build is that I am using the spells for buffing e.g. bulls strength cats grace ect. But for mage armor I know that it gives a AC bonus but since the monk is not wearing armor does using the spell on him stop him from still using his monk abilities?
Ive played around with the idea, but I always end up favouring full monk. If you have another party member in your party: look into either a wand of mage armor or a pearl of power lvl1.
Then they can always just zap you with mage armor every now and then :)
You can also trade out slow fall for barkskin when you reach level4. My next monk is going scorching ray, but barkskin is amazing.
I prefer a pure Hungry Ghost or Drunken Master Monk with quinggong powers for an "airbender" monk.
Dragon Style grants access to Monk of the Four Winds improved elemental fist and is nice for adding elemental damage to unarmed attacks. Qinggong gives access to True Strike, Barkskin, Scorching Ray, and Cold Ice Strike.
Add a ring of Ki Mastery and you can use these powers constantly due to Drunken Ki or Ki Leeching.
A sorcerer will hurt go and bab , but adding some spells are nice .
I prefer hungry monk with 1 cleric ( repose) for flurry with katana (keen) with hungry monk - it's ki spending each round.
Grab "scribe scrolls" and have unlimited lvl 1 cleric spells , with hungry monk if the mountain - making a nice defence offence class- with nice maneuvers .