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If a druid multiclasses with a monk, than would he use the monks unarmed damage or the creature he turns into if it has lower damage (say a cat)?
I believe you would keep the monks unarmed damage. However looking at things realistically, a monks martial training would be based around his own body and its limits. However when his body changes, all of its dimensions and abilities change with it. So in reality a monk would loose any bonuses to damage. So really it comes down to the DM's decision, like always. :) --Vrail 00:57, 9 June 2010 (UTC)
I would DM it like this: You still have access to all your monk features, but you're dealing damage equal to what that animal. Of course, if you're wild shaping into a cat, you aren't planning to do any fighting, so the point it probably moot.
Name Violation 01:22, 9 June 2010 (UTC)
it can do either one. you couldnt flurry with natural attacks, but you could do the monk unarmed damage for a creature that size and still flurry, and there are no rulees stating different. so monk/druids who become a large bear does large size monk damage. you could full round flurry, and make an off hand attack with a claw (for normal claw damage)and a bite tho i believe. even a monk who get balefull polymorphed into a sheep can flurry at normal damage and keeps all class abilities
If they train not in thier orginal form but in thier Wild shape it should effect the wild shape. Still only the ones they hve mastered and trained with.
This could make a good homebrew monk class.