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As far as I know, there is no way for an Eidolon to obtain the "Grapple" trait on one of their attacks.

A level one Summoner is granted an Eidolon and has the ability to choose from one of the following for their primary form of attack

  • 1d8 damage (disarm, nonlethal, shove, or trip)
  • 1d6 damage (fatal d10)
  • 1d6 damage (forceful and sweep)
  • 1d6 damage (deadly d8 and finesse)

Along with these attacks, the Eidolon is also granted a single option for a secondary attack:

  • 1d6 damage (agile and finesse).

At level twelve the summoner can pick up a Class Feat called "Grasping Limbs" which reads: "Your eidolon grabs enemies. Choose one of the eidolon's unarmed attacks with the grapple trait. It gains the Grab action (Bestiary 343) on that unarmed attack.

How would a Summoner/Eidolon be able to make use of the Class Feature "Grasping Limbs" if they are unable to acquire an attack with the "Grapple" trait?

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The Advanced Weaponry Feat (level 1) allows you to give your Eidolon's primary melee attack the choice of one of the following traits: disarm, grapple, nonlethal, shove, trip, or versatile bludgeoning, piercing, or slashing.

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