Does an enlarged monk get 1d4 extra dmg on unarmed attacks?

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  1. A Bro Ham says:

    So a spell that give you advantage on Strength checks and Strength saving throws. Has no bearing on martial arts if your using Dexterity; but, if you use Strength to attack with your monk or any race with a natural weapon then you should get the extra die. I would rule that while being larger wouldn’t improve your technique it could definitely help in implementation of it.

    I think the underlying problem because unarmed strikes are not considered weapon attacks even though one is literally weaponizing their body by intent to inflict damage with their body. If I need to be enlightened as to what is to strong to not allow the monk but turn around and give to the Barbarians, Bards, Warlocks, Paladins, Rangers and especially the Fighters.

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