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    Default Monk past life question...

    I searched for this but could not find an answer.

    The wiki indicates that the passive past life feat for a monk is +1 damage. I've heard several times from several different people that it is actually +1[W], which seems so much better as to be hard to believe.

    Is there a dev post somewhere with a definitive answer? Or anyone else who has tested it and has a definitive answer?


    Thanks in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mobrien316 View Post
    I searched for this but could not find an answer.

    The wiki indicates that the passive past life feat for a monk is +1 damage. I've heard several times from several different people that it is actually +1[W], which seems so much better as to be hard to believe.

    Is there a dev post somewhere with a definitive answer? Or anyone else who has tested it and has a definitive answer?


    Thanks in advance.
    When you TR you get a granted feat, in this case is +1 to damage and a purchasable feat (costs a feat slot), which is +1W to fists base damage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by serthcore View Post
    When you TR you get a granted feat, in this case is +1 to damage and a purchasable feat (costs a feat slot), which is +1W to fists base damage.
    That reminds me, I always wondered - is that +1 melee damage, or +1 to all weapon damage? Ie, does it stack with the +2 Ranged damage from Ranger?

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    Quote Originally Posted by droid327 View Post
    That reminds me, I always wondered - is that +1 melee damage, or +1 to all weapon damage? Ie, does it stack with the +2 Ranged damage from Ranger?
    +1 damage

    yes it stacks with +2 ranged damage

    so you cn get +9 to your ranged damage with 3 monk and 3 ranger past lifes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by serthcore View Post
    When you TR you get a granted feat, in this case is +1 to damage and a purchasable feat (costs a feat slot), which is +1W to fists base damage.
    You sure the purchasable feat is +1(W) and not .5(W) ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorian View Post
    You sure the purchasable feat is +1(W) and not .5(W) ?
    It was my understanding that monk PL was changed from "one die step" to .5W, too. Like the monk level 4*n increases were one die step, and is now +.5W.
    But I do not have a TRed monk atm to check it out, and the wiki still lists "one die step", I think.
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    Not for sure but will check have 1 character with 1 past monk life and 1 with 3 monk and 1 ranger lives.


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