Playing a Monk in D&D 5e? We've got the perfect notebook for you! The Monk's Guide to Inner Strength is specifically designed for monks!
This is a discbound player's notebook for D&D 5e. Move pages around effortlessly. The journal has a protective plastic cover as well as an orange and gold inner cover. Though these pages will work with any discbound system, our pages are about 8.5x5.5 inches (sometimes referred to as a Junior size). The discs are 1" discs which can hold about 150 pages. While I try to make sure the measurements are exact, please keep in mind that these are handmade.
What's different from our classic version? We've replaced spell cards with special sections for your Shadow Arts or Elemental Disciplines. We also added a special place on your character sheet to track ki points and an extra two-page spread devoted to the features and traits from your Monastic Tradition!
This journal is made for your D&D Campaign notetaking and includes pages designed for:
- 6 pages devoted to your character sheet (Stats, Monastic Tradition Features and Traits, and Background)
- 2 transparency pages for dry-erase!
- For Way of Shadow: 4 pages for shadow arts (space for 8 different arts)
- For Way of Four Elements: 4 pages for elemental disciplines (space for 7, we filled in the first one!)
- 10 people pages for people archiving -- Keep track of the NPCs you meet in a handy archive (Room for 40 people)
- 8 location pages -- Keep track of 32 specialty shop/inn/town locations
- 62 session notes pages -- Good for 31 campaign sessions
- 16 Dungeon Mini-Map Pages -- Great for a quick reference overview of that dungeon you've been exploring (especially for campaigns relying heavily on the theater of the mind)
- Multiple section divider pages!
A total of 128 pages (front and back) devoted to your campaign!
Wanna multi-class, or want extra pages? Check out our page packs.
// About Cantrips Media
Cantrips Media is owned by me, Kylie. I'm a stationery nerd, but also just a gaming nerd. While acting as Dungeon Master for my campaign, I found the need for more organization. I loved bullet journaling and discbound journals a lot and decided to start creating my own. That's how Cantrips Media was born. I work out of my home near Pittsburgh, PA and am lucky enough to be able to do this full-time. You can learn more about us here.
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