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The natural attack granted by the corpse creature template does give the corpse stirge an option it didn't have before: instead of using the touch attack and subsequent attach ability (which starts a grapple), it can slam folks; damage will be miniscule (1 point of damage on average). The DM may designate the new slam attack as the corpse stirge's primary ...
Yes A creature can always use its natural attacks on a full attack. It attacks with its primary natural attack, then attacks with any and all secondary natural attacks at a significant penalty. The Multiattack feat will reduce this penalty, but it's not necessary to make the bonus attacks to begin with.
In general, beasts and monsters will get more things to attack with to keep them as a threat when the players are able to face things that can plot plan and cast spells. If it lists something as 2 Slams or 2 Claws then that is a standard action to use either of those. If it lists things like Bite, 2 Claws and Tail, using all three would require a full ...
Yes, Animal Companions get all attacks listed in their stat block (primary and secondary) starting at the level that lists them. The animal companion's Multiattack ability (granted at 9th level) states, An animal companion gains Multiattack as a bonus feat if it has three or more natural attacks and does not already have that feat. If it does not have ...
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