# Fighting Fury: weapon vs. implement usage. One, both or neither?

I want to create a Monk and like the Fighting Fury Utility power, but cannot figure out which attacks it would work with. Which keywords does it apply to? Implement, Weapon, another keyword? I want to be sure how it works and what all it works and doesn't work on to know if it's something I want to use.

## Background

I've plotted out what powers I'm going to add. I want a Monk who can attack more than one enemy per turn, not use a weapon (if he's holding anything, it will be a Ki focus), and all of my attack powers use implements. Some are close burst or blast attacks, while others are melee touch attacks. Will the Fighting Fury utility power give a bonus to any of these attack powers? Will it work on Stone Fist Fury of Blows, and/or will it work on basic attacks?

I want to understand clearly what keywords to look for on the powers to see if any of them can be boosted by Fighting Fury by looking for certain keywords in the powers descriptions. Because the unarmed strike can benefit from a ki focus, this has left me wondering if Fighting Fury can be combined with any attack that can use a ki focus. That's where the confusion comes from.

• @JohnW When you're asking about D&D 4e please tag your question with the dnd-4e tag. It is essential that you state what system you're using, or we can't know how to answer a question like this. You have been consistently leaving it off your D&D 4e questions. Save us the effort of having to add it for you, please. – doppelgreener Aug 2 '13 at 4:15

• Powers that have the property melee. This excludes the following attack power types: burst, blast, ranged, area. It only includes powers that explicitly say "melee [range]" (where range is: weapon, touch, 1, 2, etc).