Just a Guess wrote:
Yes, as I already wrote yesterday, a ragebred could be nice because it can start out with 5 natural attacks. 2 claws from the bloodline, 2 hooves and a gore.There is a feat to get two abilities when changing.
That would be nasty!
Although the hooves would be at -5 as secondary attacks. Still, that sort of character could really dish it out pretty quick!
Especially if it was Ragebred with the Abyssal bloodline. Starting at level four he/she could "biggify" with Demonic Bulk and be able to do even more damage pretty quick.
Sounds fun, though with the Cha penalty you'd probably want to take Spelleater or Untouchable.
You could also try an Elemental (cold) bloodline witchwolf - a winter witchwolf. Taking the feat to get an extra bestial feature, they'd get claw/claw/bite with a natural attack route (in which case, Frostbite is a fantastic spell mechanically and thematically) or could use a two-hander with a secondary bite and +2 to all saves. Stat-wise they get the same Con bonus as the ragebred but no Cha penalty.
Since the elemental movement and form are water-themed instead of cold-themed, they're good candidates to switch out for rage powers with Primalist - unless you & GM want to tweak the bloodline to take Icewalking as your elemental movement, and turn into an ice elemental.