I'm reading through the "Foes" chapter of Fantasy Craft, and something isn't quite making sense to me.
The natural attacks have damage that is set based on the creature's size and the grade of the attack, but the threat level does not factor into damage. Extraordinary attacks, however, are based on grade and threat level. For instance, in the extraordinary attacks section, it says that "For example, a Grade IV damage attack inflicts 1d10 damage per 2 NPC Threat Levels."
So, it looks to me that extraordinary attacks scale as you increase the creature's threat level, but natural attacks do not. It seems like that would cause creatures with only natural attacks to be under-powered compared to creatures with extraordinary attacks. That makes me think I'm missing something. Is this right? Do natural attacks scale in a different way that I've missed?
Also, I didn't see anything regarding limits on extraordinary attacks. It seems odd to think of a dragon using it's breath attack every single round, but it seems like that's what would happen if it was modeled as an extraordinary attack.