Jay (xjayceex) wrote in dnd3e,
Jay
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This is a question I've had since the beginning of my DNDing ... When multi-classing to a fighter (say your original class is a rogue and you take a fighter level), what exactly do you get for your first level bonuses? I've had various people of various levels of experience in playing give me various answers (I like the word "various").

Like, do you get only one feat? Or one feat plus your bonus feat that fighters get? Or do you get your one feat, your bonus feat for being a fighter, and then the extra bonus feat for being a human? In the Multiclass section of the Player's Handbook on page 56, it doesn't list the initial feat as something you don't get, so I would guess that you would get it.
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