Feral Combat Natural Attacks, math check


Advice

Silver Crusade

Let's assume...
5 BAB, 22 Strength, with a Bite 1d4, Claw 1d4, Claw 1d4 attack (all Primary).

Weapon Focus Bite, Weapon Focus Claw, Feral Combat Bite, Feral Combat Claw, Boar Style, Dragon Style, Dragon Ferocity.

The bite gets 1 1/2 times STR bonus due to Dragon Style and 1/2 STR bonus due to Ferocity. The claws get 1/2 STR bonus due to Ferocity.

So a full attack is...
Bite +12, 1d4+ 12
Claw +12, 1d4+ 9
Claw +12, 1d4+ 9

Correct?

Also, to clarify, Boar Style with Feral Combat Training makes a bite both bludgeoning and piercing, and claws would be bludgeoning, piercing and slashing?

The Exchange

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rulebook Subscriber

RAW you cannot take Feral Combat Training more than once since the feat doesn't say you can. Assuming your DM allows you to take it twice though the math is right.

Bite attacks are always bludgeoning, piercing and slashing. Claws are always bludgeoning and slashing. Boar style wouldn't modify the damage that they do.


How did a character with only BAB +5 get that many feats? I want that many feats!

Dark Archive

Salindurthas wrote:
How did a character with only BAB +5 get that many feats? I want that many feats!

Easy, play a Human fighter. 3 feats at first level and then 1 feat ever level after that. My only question is where did the natural attacks come from ?

Silver Crusade

Half Orc, toothy

Ranger 2
Fighter (Unarmed) 1
Monk (Master of Many Styles) 2
Sorcerer (Crossblooded Draconc, Empyreal) 1
Dragon Disciple 2

Toothy states "This is a primary natural attack that deals 1d4 points of piercing damage."

And, darnit...forgot about not taking FCT twice.

PS I'm the DM. This is a BBEG.

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