Simply put: Can I attack the same creature I choose to use the Overrun combat maneuver on?
The entry for the Overrun maneuver states it can be done as part of a charge, does that mean I can attack the target creature after I overrun them at the end of my charge (assuming it is successful)? Or is the charge "attack" spent making the check to move through that creature's space, leaving me unable to attack?
The ideal situation I'm curious about is whether or not I can overrun an opponent, knock them prone, then gain that bonus against them on an attack while potentially setting up for a flank with an ally who can follow after me. I know there is a feat in one of the Companion books that allows an attacker to knock their target prone, stop in front of them and attack with an unarmed strike or natural weapon.
Does the existence of this feat mean that I cannot, rules as written, pass through an opponent's square and possibly knock them prone via overrun, and then attack?