Finally, because monks are skilled in spears and javelins, and a "monk weapon" is any weapon the monk is skilled in, as well as unarmed blows, spears and javelins DO benefit from the "Martial Arts" bonus, and everything is covered under the "Martial Arts" class ability.
So yes, monks can use javelins.
Yes, spears are considered monk weapons. The additional unarmed attack can be a kick, a headbutt, or a knee strike, or he can accomplish it by removing a hand from the spear. A kenshi can use the same technique with a shikantu to achieve an extra attack.
They are skilled with handaxes, so yeah. Monks, on the other hand, should not use martial weapons, even if they are proficient in all of them. Bottom line, unless you're simply doing a monk splash, you don't need martial skills on a monk. With various accomplishments, you can additionally add a longsword and bows.
However, if you plan to play a martial character, then yes, you should learn how to use a weapon skillfully. The best way to do that is by taking a short trip down to D'Bastion City and training at the Gym. There you can find trainers who will teach you how to use your weapon skills.
Also note that some weapons are considered melee weapons, while others are not. For example, the quarterstaff is a melee weapon but also a spellcasting focus. So if you plan to cast spells, you should learn how to use it effectively as a melee weapon.
Last but not least, remember that you can always forgo using your weapon ability to avoid combat if you want to. However, if you do that often enough, you'll quickly become less effective as a fighter.
Yes. Simple melee weapons include unarmed attacks. Monks are skilled with all basic weapons. And their Martial Arts class trait allows them to hit and damage with unarmed blows using dexterity rather than strength.
Weapons used by monks can be charmed. Your damage scales with them, allowing you to use magical or ranged weapons while maintaining your unarmed strike damage. Points for style You kick and punch a little, but you also get some decent weapon hits in. The monk archetype was created to allow monks to use weapons other than their fists and feet as well as utilize weapons that might not otherwise be useful against enemies.
Monks gain a variety of benefits from wielding certain weapons. Some weapons are inherently more monk-like than others, such as shuriken, which are small blades designed to be thrown like darts. Other weapons were specifically chosen because they're easy to carry on your person or wear around your neck. Still others are preferred because they provide an extra benefit to your attacks: such as a bow for archery or a sledgehammer for combat. The choice of weapon is up to you. A monk can use any simple weapon weighing no more than 10 pounds without incurring an attack penalty. If you want, you can even combine different weapons into one martial weapon when attacking with a monk fist.
The most common reason to use a weapon other than your fists is for melee combat. In addition to your regular unarmed strikes, you can use any object that can fit in your hand as a melee weapon. This includes many items usually reserved for fighting robots, such as vacuum cleaners and toilet brushes.
Daggers can be used as monk weapons by monks. That section is straightforward and makes sense. However, because daggers gain from the martial arts bonus rule (you can use Dexterity instead of Strength for the attack and damage rolls of your unarmed strikes and monk weapons). This would make them good options for a monk to fight with.
However, since they are still considered weapons, they would count as such when it comes to meeting the weapon training requirement to add a skill rank to your monk profile. So if you plan on using them as part of your monk arsenal, you should work on improving your roll with them over time to make them effective weapons in your arsenal.
Also, since they are considered weapons, they would count as such when it comes to meeting the Weapon Finesse ability requirement to reduce your weapon's size or weight. So if you plan on using them as part of your monk arsenal, you should work on improving your ability with them over time to make them effective weapons in your arsenal.
Finally, since they are considered weapons, they would also count as such when it comes to meeting the Weapon Focus requirement to only have one weapon equipped at a time.
Weapons available to monks include fist weapons, one-handed axes, one-handed maces, one-handed swords, polearms, and staves. A monk is classed as a melee fighter, meaning that they fight at close range, using their fists, feet, and any other weapons that may be available to them. They can also use magic missiles.
Monks were some of the first fighters to abandon armor protection in favor of freedom of movement. They usually rely on extreme agility and powerful limbs to win battles because heavy armor reduces mobility. However, if you want to add some weight to your punches then a monastic robe would be perfect for you!
Although monks don't wear armor, they do have several advantages over other fighters. First, they are able to dodge attacks easily due to their flexible bodies. Second, they can strike multiple targets with equal ease due to their diverse fighting style. Last but not least, they can use magic missiles which no other fighter can match.
In conclusion, yes, monks use weapons. Not only do they use them themselves, but they also provide weapons for others. No matter what kind of fighter you are, a monk is able to help you out in battle.
Monks are a unique class. Monks are masters in bare-handed combat and only draw their weapons for devastating finishing techniques.
They are allowed to wear light armor, but they lose the ability to use skills that require them to be unarmed. Also, since monks rely on powerful blows, hitting things with your head is very effective (especially if you're able to knock your opponent out with a good slam).
Thus, monks usually engage in battle using only their fists or other melee weapons. However, because of their deceptive abilities and overwhelming force, few enemies can stand against a monk in a fair fight. If a monk wants to avoid fighting hand to hand he or she can always use magic or other means at their disposal.
However, despite their apparent lack of defense, monks are capable of wielding heavy weapons when necessary. For example, a monk might wield a mace or warhammer if going into a battle fully armed was not possible. Additionally, some monks may choose to utilize more than one weapon in their arsenal. For example, someone who was skilled with both a sword and an axe might carry both weapons onto the battlefield to provide additional protection.
Finally, monks are not restricted to using only physical violence.