Man, on the subject of baldness, I really hope they decide to make the females shaven too. It's just a pet peeve of mine that there's so many games or settings where the men are shaven for religious reasons, yet as soon as they're depicting a woman, they make concessions based on them being female.
This is why I wouldn't mind a bald woman.
But if they decided to have her lean on the more orthodox route they could give her long scraggly hair or cool dreads or something.
Afterall, maybe the women have a different tradition in "Orthaolinduism." (like that? :-D)
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They should name the new class "The experminator Chack Noris" to make it more impressive...
You know what would be a very cool feature? Add into the lore that the length of hair is a direct representation of rank and power in their order. Your character starts out bald and no beard where you be male or female and as you level up your beard grows for a man and hair for a women to represent your increased power and rank I know thats never going to happen but it would be interesting lol
it has more to do with the character of a heterosexual girl who would actually go bald.
in one word, spunky.
and it is really the clash between feminine (girlish face, hot body) and masculine (baldness), that in itself is attractive.
here is an example, HK singer/actress, Rosanne Wong
Kanye West's girlfriend, Amber Rose is another one
I have absolutely no clue where you got your absurd idea that the monk class has any influence at all from the Eastern Orthodox religion.
From his style of clothing, weapon of choice, facial features and the wild beard he is clearly from the northern branch of the Shaolin temples in China, heavily influenced by the legendary fictional hero Lu Zhishen from the Chinese classic literature Water Margin.