Okay, I need some clarification. The Pathfinder Core Rules state this about natural attacks:
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).
Let's say that I can shape into an Oliphant. My BAB is +8/+3 and STR 5. An Oliphant has two natural attacks: Gore and Stomp (x2).
Reading the rules, it seems that I can't do two Gore attacks, like:
- 1st attack: AB +13. DAM 2d8 + 5
- 2nd attack: AB +8. DAM 2d8 + 5
because I don't get additional attacks for a high BAB. Does that mean I need to combine attacks instead? Example:
- (Gore) 1st attack, AB +13. DAM 2d8 + 5
- (2 Stomps) 2nd attack, AB +6*. DAM 2d6 + 5
* With the Multiattack feat, reduces secondary weapon penalty to −2.
Also, does the damage from the two stomps equal 2d6 + 5, or should I roll damage for each stomp? (1st foot = 2d6 + 5, 2nd foot = 2d6 + 5).