Daily Punch 6-5-17 Circling Tide ki feature for DnD 5e

Ok, one more quick one idea for how to to multiple strikes on an opportunity attack.  Time time, let’s write something for the monk.

 

Circling Tide

When you make an opportunity attack, you can spend 1 ki point to make two unarmed strikes instead of one following the rules for two-weapon fighting.

 

 

Thoughts?

 

 

Daily Punch 9-14-16 Bend the Blade ki feature for DnD 5e

How about one in the same vain as Crack the Shell for but weapons?

Bend the Blade

You can spend 1 ki point after you make an strike that hits to attempt to break a foes weapons, hands, or claws.  The attacked creature must make a Strength saving throw or take a -2 penalty to one of its weapons.  A creature may only be under one of this effect at a time.  The creature can have its weapon repaired normally, through the use of a mending spell, or in the case of natural weapon have a healing spell cast upon it.  A foe can pick up an identical copy of this weapon and be free of this penalty as well.

Daily Punch 9-13-16 Crack the Shell ki feature for DnD 5e

I like the idea of playing with AC.  Let’s see if I can keep that going in 5e

 

 

Crack the Shell

You can spend 1 ki point after you make an strike that hits to attempt to sunder the foes armor.  The attacked creature must make a Constitution saving throw or have its AC reduced by 2.  A creature may only be under one of this effect at a time.  The creature can have its armor repaired normally, through the use of a mending spell, or in the case of natural armor have a healing spell cast upon it.

 

Thoughts?

Daily Punch 4-18-16 Unparalleled Skill ki feature for DnD 5e

I watched the TMNT movie Friday night.  It was bad but did make me think about a few new monk ideas…

How about this ki feature

 

Unparalleled Skill

You can spend 1 ki point to double your proficiency bonus to Charisma(performance), Dexterity(acrobatics), Dexterity(stealth), Strength(athletics), Wisdom(perception), and Wisdom(survival) checks for one check or one turn, whichever is longer .

 

Thoughts?