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    I am creating a char with 12 Fighter \ 6 Monk \ 2 pal ... I am currently on lvl 12 fighter with 8 and 4 monk intend taking 2 level of pal at level 15 and 16, I am using 2 kophesh GS Tier 3, and I have to use the future Taarask and 2 Vegeance for pal.
    I am legend and my past life is sorcerer, barbarian and fighter.
    ja caught feat GTWF, Power Attack, Toug and future Dodger to catch Ninja Spy (Monk) and great focus Slash wepon.
    I'm enjoying it, but wanted some suggestion or ideas that might have for next lvl. Or if anyone has any idea please share like that.

    thank you

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    You'll want to pick up Whirling Steel Strike so that you can use the Long Swords as ki weapons. It's the only way you'll have the ki necessary to shadow fade on a consistent basis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkrok View Post
    You'll want to pick up Whirling Steel Strike so that you can use the Long Swords as ki weapons. It's the only way you'll have the ki necessary to shadow fade on a consistent basis.

    Whirling Steel Strike was one of the first feat I got, I also found it necessary. Thanks for the tip

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    Aren't you going to be picking up Ninja Spy? That'll let you gain ki with shortswords or your fists - both a better option than burning a feat to pick up yet another ki weapon option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkSable View Post
    Aren't you going to be picking up Ninja Spy? That'll let you gain ki with shortswords or your fists - both a better option than burning a feat to pick up yet another ki weapon option.
    While I agree that shortswords and especially handwraps beat out longswords on a monk he may have reasons (existing gear, flavor, etc) that make him want to use longswords. That said, the combination of handwraps, stunning blow, stunning fists, kensei II with all relevant boosts to stunning, a decent wisdom and a maxed out strength can make for a frightening character when it comes to stunning things.
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    Why are you using khopeshes w/so many monk lvls? WSS doesn't apply to khops, only longswords (which is part of why WSS stinks ).

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    Quote Originally Posted by unbongwah View Post
    Why are you using khopeshes w/so many monk lvls? WSS doesn't apply to khops, only longswords (which is part of why WSS stinks ).
    It would be good because of the versatility, you can use various skills with various types of weapons and techniques, and facilitates on missions to help the group. I find it interesting the idea of ​​being technical and versatile. I can use it as a both a Taarask vigeance to hear or using both at the same time with KI due to Feat. Kopesh and also the damage that will be giving.

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