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8:  Roll Hit Points
  Roll hit points.  Add constitution bonus, if applicable.  These are the initial hit point rolls for each class.  Multi-classed characters divide die rolls by the number of classes, and roll for each class, except ninjas, explained below.  Under the MyWorld rules, if a multiclassed character gets fighter con bonuses for either class, he gets the full fighter con bonus (and will receive half the fighter con bonus for each level advanced in either class thereafter).  A non-fighter con bonus is +1 point at constitution 15, +2 points at 16 and above.  A fighter con bonus is one point per point of constitution over 14 up through 19; at 19 or 20, no ones can be rolled for hit points, but should be treated as twos.  For bonuses above that, see the Referee Additions section, Ability Score Bonuses and Penalties.

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