Basilisk's Fury Adept

"Look into these eyes and see the doom awaiting you."

Prerequisite: Monk

The basilisk is renowned for its hunting prowess, and its pitiless gaze. Inspired by both the basilisk’s sinuous movements and the immobilizing effect of its gaze, a group of monks have developed disciplines that mirror this creature’s fearsome reputation.
    Your study of the basilisk’s fury has opened your mind to the emotions around and in you. Achieving this state empties your body of thought and draws the sensations of others through your eyes. Foes that peer into your obsidian gaze are drained of hope. All that remains for your enemy are apathy, stasis, and death.

BASILISK'S FURY ADEPT PATH FEATURES

    Baleful Action (11th level): You can spend an action point to slow each enemy within 5 squares of you that can see you until the start of your next turn. Any enemy that takes damage while slowed in this way becomes slowed (save ends).
    Basilisk's Boon (11th level): You gain a +2 bonus to saving throws against effects that immobilize, restrain, or slow. When you are subjected to an effect that petrifies you, you can make a saving throw against that effect. If you save, the effect ends on you.
    Basilisk's Fury (16th level): When you score a critical hit against an enemy using a monk or basilisk’s fury adept attack power, that enemy is petrified (save ends).

Basilisk's Fury Adept Attack 11Eyes of the Basilisk [Attack Technique]

You drive your enemy back, then bind it in place with a gaze.

Encounter        Full Discipline, Implement, Psionic
Standard Action      Melee touch

Target: One creature

Attack: Dexterity vs. Fortitude

Hit: 2d12 + Dexterity modifier damage, and you push the target 3 squares. The target is then marked and immobilized until the end of your next turn. If the target is already slowed or immobilized, it is restrained until the end of your next turn.


Eyes of the Basilisk [Movement Technique]

Encounter      Full Discipline, Psionic
Move Action      Personal

Effect: You move your speed + 2, ignoring difficult terrain. Any enemy that misses you with an opportunity attack provoked by this movement is slowed until the end of your next turn.


Basilisk's Fury Adept Utility 12Basilisk Nature Defense

The power of your mind transforms your body into stone.

Daily        Healing, Psionic
Immediate Interrupt      Personal

Trigger: An attack makes you unconscious or stuns you

Effect: You are instead petrified for as long as you would be unconscious or stunned by the triggering attack. You gain a +2 power bonus to saving throws until you are no longer petrified. When the petrification ends, you can spend a healing surge.


Update (8/16/2011)
Changed in September update.

Basilisk's Fury Adept Attack 20Stone-Shatter Strike

Your attack freezes a foe, rendering it vulnerable to your follow-up strike and threatening to transform it to living stone.

Daily        Implement, Psionic, Psychic
Standard Action      Ranged 5

Target: One creature

Primary Attack: Dexterity vs. Will

Hit: 2d8 + Dexterity modifier psychic damage, and the target is immobilized (save ends).

  First Failed Saving Throw: The target is instead petrified (save ends). The target takes a -2 penalty to saving throws against this effect.

Miss: Half damage, and the target is immobilized until the end of your next turn.

Effect: Once during the encounter while the target is immobilized or petrified by this power, you can use the Stone-Shatter Attack power against the target.


Stone-Shatter Attack

Daily      Implement, Psionic, Psychic
Standard Action      Melee 1

Requirement: The power Stone-Shatter Strike must be active in order to use this power.

Secondary Attack: Dexterity + 2 vs. Reflex

Hit: 3d8 + Dexterity modifier damage, and the target falls prone and cannot stand up (save ends). If the target is petrified, this attack ignores the resistance granted by that condition and deals 4d8 extra damage.

Special: When charging, you can use this power in place of a melee basic attack.


Published in Psionic Power, page(s) 74.