Classes

 

Anti Paladin

 

Anti-Paladin

Knight of Death

Knight of Famine

Knight of Pestilence

Knight of War

Channeler

 

Channeler

Abjurer

Enchanter

Illusionist

Temporal

Cleric

 

Cleric

Priest of Healing

Priest of Protection

Zealot of Faith

Monk

 

• Tiger

Crane

Snake

Mantis

Dragon

Elementalist

 

Elementalist

Aeromancer

Aquamancer

Geomancer

Pyromancer

Necromancer

 

Necromancer

Anatomist

Corruptor

Necrophile

Nightwalker

  Nightwalker
Paladin

  Paladin  
Ranger

 

Ranger

Barbarian

Beastmaster

Hunter

Thief

 

Thief

Highwayman

Ninja

Swashbuckler

Warrior

  Warrior

Defender

Berserker

Blade Dancer

 

Tiger Monk

 

Monk Icon

Experience Penalty: 200
Alignment: Good, Neutral
Races: Elf, Gnome, Grey-Elf, Halfling, Human


 

Meditation, training and spirituality were sought by a group of warriors who grew tired of the ways of the world. They cast off their weapons and armor for ways more peaceful to their minds, bodies and spirits. They found that many of the exercises they had found in their training could be used here with meditation to enhance ones self beyond what one needed for combat. They were able to hone their bodies, minds and souls into one single entity.

They were not left alone to their newly discovered peace. The world found them in one of its many conflicts and drew it in as quickly as any other being. These people did not resort back to their old ways, however. They found that with all of their meditation and training that they were now a weapon. Their meticulous training had honed them into a new type of warrior. After that particular war had ended the surviving Monks gathered together to form a place where they would teach their ways to others.

Soon after they began teaching students five masters found that they could create exercises and techniques to emulate the animals they found around them. The animals they chose all were extremely capable of defending ones self and all seemed beyond the desires of the human world.

One master followed the tigers. He watched in awe as they took down prey twice their size and at how easily they defended themselves against other predators and even against other tigers. He formed his school of the Tiger to teach those students who sought power and feline grace above all else.

 


 

Additional Resources

 

Abilities (Skills & Spells)

Titles

 

 

 
Design and dynamIt content copyright © 2008 Dark Mists. All rights reserved.