Unearthed Arcana: Subclasses: Part 5
Crit Academy discusses the newest Dungeons and Dragons playtest material. Unearthed Arcana: Subclasses 5. The two new subclasses; Way of the Ascendant Dragon monk and Drakewarden bring a breath of fresh dragon fire to the two classes.
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Way of the Ascendant Dragon, a new monk subclass that emulates the power of dragons
Drakewarden, a new ranger subclass with a drake companion
Way of the Ascendant Dragon
Monks who follow the Way of the Ascendant Dragon revere the power and grandeur of dragons. They alter their own ki to resonate with draconic might, channeling it to augment their prowess in battle, soar through the air, and to bolster their allies.
3rd-level Way of the Ascendant Dragon feature
You can channel your draconic ki to imbue your unarmed strikes with the essence of a dragon’s breath and to use your connection with draconic creatures to magnify your presence. You gain the following benefits:
When you damage a target with an unarmed strike, you can change the damage type to acid, cold, fire, lightning, or poison.
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