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The warrior '''monk''' of [[Golarion]] is a recent addition to the lives of the peoples of the [[Inner Sea]]. The combination of religious devotion, self-perfection, and martial combat is an import from the far regions of [[Vudra]] and [[Tian Xia]]. Monks are perhaps the rarest class in Golarion, outnumbered even by the elite [[paladin]]s.<ref name="Gaz10">{{Cite book/Gazetteer|10}}</ref> The monk combines the piety of the [[cleric]], the martial training of the [[fighter]], and the deft skills of a [[rogue]].
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The warrior '''monk''' of [[Golarion]] is a recent addition to the lives of the peoples of the [[Inner Sea]]. The combination of religious devotion, self-perfection, and martial combat is an import from the far regions of [[Vudra]] and [[Tian]]. Monks are perhaps the rarest class in Golarion, outnumbered even by the elite [[paladin]]s.<ref name="Gaz10">{{Cite book/Gazetteer|10}}</ref> The monk combines the piety of the [[cleric]], the martial training of the [[fighter]], and the deft skills of a [[rogue]].
   
 
[[Avistan]] and [[Garund]], depite their fame for monastic traditions, have been slow to adapt to this new way of life and still produce very few warrior monks from a select group of schools. Each monk school represents a specific way of life&mdash;a set of principles, practices, and philosophies, that combine with a unique fighting style to distinguish a practicing monk from his peers.<ref name="Gaz10" />
 
[[Avistan]] and [[Garund]], depite their fame for monastic traditions, have been slow to adapt to this new way of life and still produce very few warrior monks from a select group of schools. Each monk school represents a specific way of life&mdash;a set of principles, practices, and philosophies, that combine with a unique fighting style to distinguish a practicing monk from his peers.<ref name="Gaz10" />
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