The Battle Monk
Set for: Wizard
Themed on: The Shatters

"Let us see what I can conjure up!"

Name Sprite Source(s) Drop Rate(s)
Staff of the Great Climbing ru0qKWp.png Avatar of the Forgotten King 0.008
Tablet of the King's Avatar Tablet%20of%20the%20King%27s%20Avatar.png Avatar of the Forgotten King 0.008
Robe of the Battle Monk VP6ZRAv.png Avatar of the Forgotten King 0.008
The Bloody Legacy d8FPoOE.png Avatar of the Forgotten King 0.008

Full Set Stat Bonus: None
Overall Stat Bonus: +40 HP, +175 MP, +7 ATT, +14 DEF, +15 WIS

"Is this set useful?"
The Battle Monk set is, when completed, one of the weakest of the sets. Wizards who wear all four pieces of equipment, while they are able to shoot armor-piercing bullets and hit multiple targets with their spell, will benefit very little from the lackluster bonuses or heavy costs these items require. The Tablet of the King's Avatar, as like how it is in Realm of the Mad God Production Servers, has the highest MP cost of all the spells at a horrifying 155 MP per shot, and the Staff of the Great Climbing boasts lower DPS as well as the possibility of missing a target completely due to the spread of the shots.

The Robe and the Ring of this set are horrible, and do the Wizard no favors at all.

It is definitely not recommended to use the complete set.

"That's too bad. What items are recommended for use without completing the set?"
The only item of the set that is worth using is the Staff of the Great Climbing. While it may be hard to hit with at certain ranges where the spread is greatest, the weapon's sour-spots aren't nearly as bad as the likes of others such as the Staff of Esben or the Sentient Staff. In addition, it is imperative that a player uses it through runs of Bedlam's Asylum, as all the enemies within have high defense, rendering all of the other staves the wizard uses relatively useless.

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