Scott Wilhelm wrote:ShadowDax wrote:I'm not talking about Flurry of Blows at all. That is a Full Attack action: you certainly don't get to take any Attack Actions the same round after you Flurry. If you are using one or more Monk Weapons, any or all of those attacks within the Flurry can be made with any of those Monk Weapons you happen to be using. And if you have the Feat Feral Combat Training, you can treat your selected Natural Attack as a Monk Weapon for th purposes...Scott Wilhelm wrote:ShadowDax wrote:not demoted to secondary.
I did not know about the ferral feat, there was something mentioned about it not being in the build & what it is earlier. I believe the feral feat & a flurry is what you are looking for.
On page 182 of the CRB under the heading natural attacks starting in the third sentence it says, "You do not receive additional natural attacks for a high base attack bonus. Instead, you receive additional attack rolls for multiple limb and body parts capable of making the attack (as noted by the race or ability that grants the attacks). If you possess only one natural attack (such as a bite—two claw attacks do not qualify), you add 1–1/2 times your Strength bonus on damage rolls made with that attack."
Hence, you do not get itinerary attacks for a high base attack bonus with natural attacks. On page 31 in the bestiary, looking at the dire or cave bear, you will notice the bear gets a claw, claw, bite attack sequense & a base attack of +7. Not one of the claws gets an extra attack for a high base attack bonus.
In the bestiary on page 29 for the basilisk, it has a base attack bonus of +7 and one bite attack.
If you check out the hound archon it has either 1 bite and 1 slam attack (at +8 Bab and str) or 2 masterwork sword attacks (+9/+4 bab, str and mstwk) and 1 bite (+3 bab and str, -5 for secondary) You can totally mix iteritve attacks (either a weapon or unarmed strikes using improved unarmed combat)and natural attacks, which become seconary as a consequence.