Flying Kick says some things that, to me, contradict each other...
The monk leaps through the air to strike a foe with a kick.
Well ok, that I understand.
Before the attack, the monk can move a distance equal to his fast movement bonus.
Notice the "Before the attack".
Side question: What's my fast movement speed? So far I only dealt with 5-footsteps, normal movement (1 time my speed) and double movement (2 times my speed)... ?
This movement is made as part of the monk's flurry of blows attack and does not require an additional action.
Okay, so basically my "Full Attack" action now encompasses moving AND attacking with Flurry of Blows. Neat.
At the end of this movement, the monk must make an attack against an adjacent foe.
Okay, sure. I can't use it to "just move". Fair enough.
This movement may be between attacks.
Wait, what? Didn't it say "Before the attack" above? How does this work?
Does it mean I can freely move between my Flurry of Blows attacks? Like: Attack A, move to B, attack B with 2nd Flurry attack?
And what about when I get more than 2 attacks. Can I split the movement up, like "Attack A, move 5 feet, attack B, move 5 feet, attack C?"
This movement provokes an attack of opportunity as normal. The attack made after the movement must be a kick.
Why does it matter that the attack must be a kick? I'm playing an unarmed Monk, so why is this specified?