Do monks add Dex to bonus action attacks?
∴ 5E monks do indeed add their Dexterity to the damage rolls of the bonus action attacks from their class features.
Do monks get extra attack 5E?
When you use the Attack action with an unarmed strike or a monk weapon on your turn, you can make one unarmed strike as a bonus action. And Extra Attack stipulates: Beginning at 5th level, you can attack twice, instead of once, whenever you take the Attack action on your turn.
When do monks add their ability modifier to their?
When you engage in two-weapon fighting, you can add your ability modifier to the damage of the second attack. (PHB page 91) However, monks do not get this fighting style. So assuming that a monk would not have a negative modifier to their unarmed strikes, do monks not add their ability modifier to unarmed strikes used during their bonus action?
Can a monk use two weapon fighting as a bonus action?
Two-Weapon Fighting does not allow the damage from an attack using a weapon held in your other hand from benefiting from your ability modifier. The Monk has a class feature which simply states they can make an Unarmed Strike using a Bonus Action. It does not infer the same penalty to the attack’s damage as Two-Weapon Fighting.
Do you add ability modifier to bonus action attack?
The Damage Roll is a different story. The most common type of Bonus Action Attack, two-weapon fighting, does not allow you to add your Ability Modifier to the damage roll. You simply roll the weapons damage die and don’t add anything to it, unless you have something like the Fighter or Rangers Two-Weapon fighting style.
Do you add ability modifier to unarmed strikes?
So assuming that a monk would not have a negative modifier to their unarmed strikes, do monks not add their ability modifier to unarmed strikes used during their bonus action? Does an unarmed strike count as an attack with a light melee weapon?