I'm a new Pathfinder player and I have some problems in understanding the rules.
I have a 1st level summoner with a biped eidolon. I understand that its claw attack is not an "iterative attack" (like other classes), but I cannot understand how many attacks he can do in a round.
The eidolon table says that at 1st level the eidolon has a maximum of three attacks. If it has two claws, does that mean it can attack two times at its full attack bonus? Or does it mean it can have up to three natural attacks (say, claws, bite and tail)?
Option A: two claws = two attacks. My eidolon can hit two times with a +4 (BAB+Str) bonus for each attack. Every attack can do id4+3 damage. If then it has bite or something else, it can use (it has at least another attack after the two claws attacks).
Obtion B: two claws and a bite = two different attacks. My eidolon can hit one time with the claws (1d4+3) with an attack of +4 and one time with his bite (1d3+1) with an attack of +2 (BAB+Str/2) (in this case "two claws" count as only one attack).
Which option is correct?