So I thought that 3.5 had a rule that if you had DR/XX, you automatically overcame DR/XX on other creatures. Is that no longer the case in PF? It seems to explicitly call out certain ones that overcome - eg magic overcomes magic, evil subtype overcomes DR/evil. So if two flesh golems with DR/adamantine are fighting each other, do they bypass each other's DR?
Does the greater magic fang spell overcome DR/ (equivalent+3)? Such as silver, when you get to +3 bonus from the spell itself. My understanding (from page 562 Core Rulebook), is the chart has weapon enhance bonus must overcome the "plus" barrier to bypass that metals DR.
I know the spell says it, "This bonus does not allow a natural attack or unarmed strike to bypass damage reduction aside from magic."
But since the chart says silver/cold iron is bypassed by +3 magic weapon bonus. Does this mean silver/cold iron are equivalent to +3 magic. Thus being bypassable with greater magic fang caster level high enough for +3 enchantment bonus?
What do you GM's think? Working on pfs legal natural attack build for ape animal companion. And I don't want to gimp the party at higher levels when we run into outsiders and golems. So far my only recourse is amulet of mighty fists. And that is very expensive.