Restriction: The monk taking a vow of poverty must never own more than six
possessions—a simple set of clothing, a pair of sandals or shoes, a
bowl, a sack, a blanket, and any one other item. Five of these items
must be of plain and simple make, though one can be of some value (often
an heirloom of great personal significance to the monk). The monk can
never keep more money or wealth on his person than he needs to feed,
bathe, and shelter himself for 1 week in modest accommodations. He
cannot borrow or carry wealth or items worth more than 50 gp that belong
to others. He is allowed to accept and use curative potions
(or similar magical items where the item is consumed and is valueless
thereafter) from other creatures.
Benefit: A monk with this vow increases his ki pool by 1 ki point for every monk level he possesses.