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Gotrek
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Old July 29th, 2019, 01:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Sendric View Post
Yes, I realize that. I'm just not sure that includes feats. I'd have to look into it more.

PS This appears to be a much debated topic that is house-ruled in for some players and not others. If you want to create your own version, feel free, but it doesn't look to me to be a "bug" in Hero Lab.
From Official FAQ (LINK), p.41:

Can a monk take Improved Natural Attack (MM 304)
to improve his unarmed strike?

Yes. As stated on page 41 of the PH, a monk’s unarmed
strike “is treated as both a manufactured weapon and a natural
weapon for the purpose of spells and effects that enhance or
improve either” which includes feats such as Improved Natural
Attack.
Barring multiclassing, the earliest a monk could take this
feat would be at 6th level (due to the base attack bonus
prerequisite), at which point her unarmed strike damage would
improve from 1d8 to 2d6 (which represents an average increase
of +2.5 points of damage). The same monk at 20th level would
deal 4d8 points of damage with her unarmed strike.
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