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You can utilize unarmed strikes as primary attacks, and use natural attacks as secondary attacks. Secondary attacks are only prevented whenever the weapon attack comes from the same limb used in the weapon attack. According to the combat rules, Monks and those with the Improved Unarmed Strike feat count as armed, and deal weapon damage with their unarmed ...
During a given turn in combat, characters generally have access to a standard action, move action, swift action, and many free actions. Using your standard action to attack only gives you 1 attack, even if your base attack bonus or number of natural weapons would give you multiple. To use those multiple attacks, you must use both your standard and move ...
Standard actions are almost always singular attacks; natural weapons are not an exception. The standard-action Attack option simply allows you to make one attack with one weapon; that weapon can be natural or manufactured, but it’s still just one attack.
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