Suppose we have a BAB +6 character with a secondary natural attack and the feat Snap Kick. When the character makes a full attack, what are the restrictions on attack order?
There are four attacks, each with a -2 penalty from Snap Kick:
- P1 - first primary attack, BAB +6;
- P2 - second primary attack, BAB +1;
- S - secondary natural attack, BAB +6, with an additional -5 penalty;
- K - the snap kick, BAB +6.
The full attack rules say P1 > P2.
If you get multiple attacks because your base attack bonus is high enough, you must make the attacks in order from highest bonus to lowest. If you are using two weapons, you can strike with either weapon first. If you are using a double weapon, you can strike with either part of the weapon first.
The text for Snap Kick implies that a weapon attack must precede K, so either P1 > K or S > K.
When you make a melee attack with one or more melee weapons (including a standard attack, full attack, or even a strike maneuver), you can make an additional attack at your highest attack bonus. This attack is an unarmed attack that deals damage equal to your base unarmed attack damage + 1/2 your Str bonus. You take a -2 penalty on all attack rolls you make this round.
Are these the only two restrictions? In particular, are both S-K-P1-P2 and S-P1-P2-K valid attack orders?