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Durable brawlers whose fists are lethal weapons.
The Monk specializes in fighting unarmed and with knuckle-type weapons, and all other aptitudes are medium to low. The Monk's HP and physical attack are its best stats, with abilities that can further increase HP and/or attack damage. The Monk's main skillset is Martial Arts.
|Strong Strike||1||Command||—||Deal a powerful physical attack with a 50% chance of missing your target.|
|Paralyze Immunity||2||Support||1 slot||Confer immunity to paralysis during battles.|
|Inner Alchemy||3||Command||4 MP||Cure yourself of the status ailments poison, blindness, silence, dread, and confusion.|
|Invigorate||4||Command||—||Raise your P.Atk by 25% for two turns. However, there is a 25% chance of failure, in which case you will take damage equal to 20% of your maximum HP.|
*The upper limit for P.Atk is 150%.
|Knuckle Lore||5||Support||1 slot||Raise knuckle proficiency to S.|
In addition, when no weapons are equipped, a bonus equal to two times your level will be added to your P.Atk.
|Hidden Dragon||6||Command||—||Deliver a powerful physical attack that always comes at the end of a turn.|
|Qigong Wave||7||Command||9 MP||Deal a powerful physical attack whose damage is not mitigated by the Default state.|
|Pressure Point||8||Command||1 BP||Deal a powerful physical attack that ignores the target's P.Def.|
|Phoenix Flight||9||Command||HP||Reduce your HP to 1 and convert the amount of HP sacrificed into damage applied to a single enemy.|
*Damage is capped at 99,999 when not using Bravely Second.
|Natural Talent||10||Support||2 slots||Raise P.Atk by 100% when nothing is equipped in the right hand, left hand, head, body, and accessory slots.|
|Crouching Tiger||11||Command||1 BP per ally||Reduce all allies' BP by 1 and deal a crushing physical attack.|
[All enemies][Damage: 4.0x]
monk is a person who practices religious asceticism, living either alone or with any number of other monks. A monk may be a person who decided to dedicate his life to serving all other living beings, or to be an ascetic who voluntarily chooses to leave mainstream society and live his life in prayer and contemplation. The concept is ancient and can be seen in many religions and in philosophy.A