Quote:2. Primary weapons stay that way until you actually use the daggers. Everything is secondary when you use a manufactured weaponSo to clarify, all natural attacks are secondary when used in conjunction with a manufactured weapon?
That is how it works, yes.
5. No, it would not be TWF. That is only when you use multiple manufactured weapons at once. The only attack to suffer in that case would be the claw. Manufactured weapons are not really affected by natural attacks other than 'one sequence per limb' rule.
What is this quote referring to, then?CRB wrote:So what about a bite combined with a monk's unarmed attack? Would the bite still be considered primary since the monk isn't using a manufactured weapon?
You can make attacks with natural weapons incombination with attacks made with a melee weapon
and unarmed strikes, so long as a different limb is used
for each attack. For example, you cannot make a claw
attack and also use that hand to make attacks with a
longsword. When you make additional attacks in this
way, all of your natural attacks are treated as secondary
natural attacks, using your base attack bonus minus
5 and adding only 1/2 of your Strength modif ier on
damage rolls. Feats such as Two-Weapon Fighting and
Multiattack (see the Pathfinder RPG Bestiary) can reduce
Unfortunately, unarmed strikes should generally be considered manufactured weapons for this, since they get iterative attacks. So your natural weapons would become secondary if you threw in a kick.
I should also note- the flurry of blows does not allow natural attacks to be added onto it. You can use something called Feral Combat training to get a natural attack to gain any bonuses to unarmed strikes and use it in flurry.... but unfortunately, that just means that it is a monk weapon, allowing you to only do the normal number of attacks.
Also, if you use TWF, its -2 penalty does not apply to any natural attacks you use. Outside of the 'one 1 attack set per limb' and the 'mixing causes natural attacks to become secondary', you can usually view them as in their own little world away from manufactured weapons