Visualization of feats, effects, spells and abilities in D&D is generally somewhat straightforward:
Paladin's Smite Evil - your weapon glows with holy energy and is unleashed when you hit Evil™ in the face,
Rogue's Sneak Attack - you stab them in the soft parts,
Monk's Flurry of Blows - this minus the heals.
But I could never understood how Monk's Slow Fall feat should be visualized. The text, quoting d20srd, says:
At 4th level or higher, a monk within arm’s reach of a wall can use it to slow her descent.
Does Monk, like, slams their fist into that wall? Runs up against it? Catches it with teeth? Uses air updrafts?
So - what is the intended visualization behind it?