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Later sourcebooks, such as the [[Dungeons & Dragons (3e)|3e]] ''[[Oriental Adventures]]'', featured additional "monk weapons." In most cases, the additions were further oddities from obscure fighting traditions or variations on other monk weapons. Some [[feats ]]or [[class abilities|class abilities ]]allow a non-monk weapon to be used as a "special monk weapon."
 
Later sourcebooks, such as the [[Dungeons & Dragons (3e)|3e]] ''[[Oriental Adventures]]'', featured additional "monk weapons." In most cases, the additions were further oddities from obscure fighting traditions or variations on other monk weapons. Some [[feats ]]or [[class abilities|class abilities ]]allow a non-monk weapon to be used as a "special monk weapon."
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