In a campaign I'm in an argument has come up around if it is a plausible interpretation of the rules to add breakage to attacks based on the base damage increases granted by martial arts using the "Breakage and Fortitude of natural weapons" rules in the "Creation of Beings" section (Anima - Beyond Fantasy 286):
If you are using the optional rules for Fortitude and Breakage, you will need to know what they are for the natural weapons of the beings created. In this case, you can use this reference to calculate it. If a being has Increase damage as a power, increase by one point the breaking point of its weapon for every +10 it has. (bolding mine)
So if a martial art were to grant +50 to damage, that would be a base 10 plus 40 from increases meaning a +4 to breakage.
The arguments being made are
- The bonuses of martial arts are comparable to the Increased Damage monster power as a martial artist's unarmed strike is technically their natural weapon and that it makes sense that learning a martial art would make ones attacks better at causing Breakage
- These are completely different bonuses and that there are already martial arts that increase Breakage so adding more on top of that is not something that is necessary
The main question here is if it would be a justifiable house rule to allow this bonus to breakage or if it is something that should be disallowed.