Ask Wizards01/03/2007


01/03/2007



Q: Dear Sage,
How would a monk's unarmed damage be modified by natural attacks, or vice versa?
--Mike

A: A monk’s natural weapons (claws, bite, etc.) don’t have any effect on the damage dealt by her unarmed strikes, nor does a character’s unarmed strike damage have any effect on her natural weapon attacks. A razorclaw shifter monk could deal either claw damage with a claw attack or unarmed strike damage with an unarmed strike, but couldn’t combine the two.

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