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Is there a feat to let a Zen Archer use his Ki to enchant an arrow to have the same property as Monk Ki strike of the same level?

If not is there a class a Zen Archer can multiclass into to be able to enchant his arrows?

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Greater Magic Weapon

The feat you are asking for is already built into the Zen Archer as a class feature at level 17

Ki Focus Bow (Su)

At 17th level, as long as he has at least 1 point of ki in his ki pool, a zen archer may treat arrows fired from his bow as if they were ki focus weapons, allowing him to use his special ki attacks as if his arrows were unarmed attacks.

So, from 17th level on, any Zen Archer can use his arrows as if they were unarmed attacks as for his ki strikes. I did not find a feat that accelerates this, and I doubt there is one -- it would be strange to provide a built-in class level feature as a feat to shortcut it.

If you don't want to wait until 17th level, any class that allows you to cast Greater Magic Weapon allows you to enchant your arrows.

Alternatively, you can affect as many as 50 arrows, bolts, or bullets.

The following classes have access to this spell, which means it would at least take a 5-level "dip"

antipaladin 3, bloodrager 3, cleric/oracle 4, inquisitor 3, magus 3, paladin 3, shaman 4, sorcerer/wizard 3

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