1. Toughness feat questions

Can someone give me a mathematical equation for taking the toughness feat? The explanation of the feat is too vague to discern how much is lost/gained from which level it's taken at. Also, does constitution figure into the equation for this feat?

2. Originally Posted by M113k7262
Can someone give me a mathematical equation for taking the toughness feat? The explanation of the feat is too vague to discern how much is lost/gained from which level it's taken at. Also, does constitution figure into the equation for this feat?
It gives you Level + 2 Hit points. Where Level is the level you are right now.

What level you take it at, and what your Con is is irrelevant.

3. Toughness feat+ap spent on racial and class toughness enhancement= less squichy character.

A dwarf druid for one has 8 available, while a halfling rogue has 2 tiers of enhancement available.

4. All bonuses from Toughness are retroactive, so it doesn't matter when you take it for computing your final HP.

5. Originally Posted by M113k7262
Can someone give me a mathematical equation for taking the toughness feat? The explanation of the feat is too vague to discern how much is lost/gained from which level it's taken at. Also, does constitution figure into the equation for this feat?
Toughness HP = 2 + (1 * character level). Doesn't matter when you take it.

6. Toughness (feat)
Usage: Passive
Description

This feat adds +3 hit points to the character and adds +1 per level beyond the first, for a total of 22 hit points at level 20.
What don't you understand?

CON has nothing to do with Toughness.

7. Originally Posted by MsEricka
What don't you understand?

CON has nothing to do with Toughness.
The way it reads it could be much more. 3+4+5+6+... is quite a bit more than 22. That sequence is also represented by the verbiage of the description. If it were the sequence I just stated it would definitely matter when the feat was taken.

8. Originally Posted by M113k7262
The way it reads it could be much more. 3+4+5+6+... is quite a bit more than 22. That sequence is also represented by the verbiage of the description. If it were the sequence I just stated it would definitely matter when the feat was taken.
No, it can't be read that way following the rules of English grammar.

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