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A creature with the universal monster ability grab deals the natural attack damage of the natural attack used to start the grapple automatically only when the creature both begins its turn already grappling a foe and makes a successful grapple check. That damage is automatic no matter what the creature opts to do after having made the successful grapple ...


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Short answer. The main thing you're missing here is that creature takes a –20 penalty on its CMB check to make a successful hold. The meat of the problem is this, what happens? Specifically how much damage is it dealing? The creature has the option to conduct the grapple normally, or simply use the part of its body it used in the grab to hold the ...



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