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There is no such rule in 5e.

An unarmed strike by someone (other than a monk or tavern brawler) with less than 10 strength will never do any damage, (even on a criteven on a crit), for example.

There is no such rule in 5e.

An unarmed strike by someone (other than a monk or tavern brawler) with less than 10 strength will never do any damage, (even on a crit), for example.

There is no such rule in 5e.

An unarmed strike by someone (other than a monk or tavern brawler) with less than 10 strength will never do any damage, (even on a crit), for example.

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There is no such rule in 5e.

An unarmed strike by someone (other than a monk or tavern brawler) with less than 10 strength will never do any damage, (even on a crit), for example.

There is no such rule in 5e.

An unarmed strike by someone (other than a monk) with less than 10 strength will never do any damage, for example.

There is no such rule in 5e.

An unarmed strike by someone (other than a monk or tavern brawler) with less than 10 strength will never do any damage, (even on a crit), for example.

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There is no such rule in 5e.

An non-critical unarmed strike by someone (other than a monk) with less than 10 strength will never do any damage, for example.

There is no such rule in 5e.

An non-critical unarmed strike by someone (other than a monk) with less than 10 strength will never do any damage, for example.

There is no such rule in 5e.

An unarmed strike by someone (other than a monk) with less than 10 strength will never do any damage, for example.

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