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Why is the Monk class considered sub-par in some games of 3.5? [duplicate]
This question is a combination of theoretical-optimization and practical-optimization. In some games, I acknowledge that the monk can be a fun and flavourful choice. Unfortunately, looking at the ...
Feb 10 '13 at 7:30
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