First, a cause this may matter could be a multiclassed Druid/Monk utilizing Wild Form and hoping to make use of Flurry of Blows, the latter of which states:
Instantly after you take the Assault motion in your flip, you may spend 1 ki level to make two unarmed strikes as a bonus motion.
So say we’re reworked, by way of Wild Form, into an Owl and we use our “Talons” motion. Can we then use Flurry of Blows?
I am not sure what the case is provided that the Monster Guide states (web page 10):
When a monster takes its motion, it could select from the choices within the Actions part of its stat block or use one of many actions accessible to all creatures, such because the Sprint or Disguise motion, as described within the Participant’s Handbook.
“Talons” isn’t one of many actions accessible to all creatures, however the Assault motion is so I am not sure whether or not Talons additionally counts because the Assault motion and if that’s the case, why/how?
As well as the Necessities Package describes the “Use a Particular Skill” motion as follows (web page 36):
Many class options provide you with particular methods to make use of your motion. Monsters even have their very own particular actions, as described of their stat blocks.
Are these “particular actions” issues like “Talons” or is “Talons” a use of the Assault motion?
Can a Monk use Flurry of Blows whereas below the consequences of Wild Form; are actions such because the Owl’s “Talons” thought-about the Assault motion?