I am new to D&D and I'm starting with the 5th edition. I have a question about how many hit points I have for a level. I am confused about the con modifier per level and if it is added to first level.
Let's say my con modifier is +3 and I decide to take 6 instead of rolling the d10 (as a Ranger).
Hit Points at 1st level: 10 + Constitution Modifier
Hit Points at Higher Levels: 1d10 (or 6) + your Constitution Modifier per ranger level after 1st.
At first level, my HP is 13. OK. That I understand. At the 2nd level is it 6 + 3 (con. modifier) equal to 9, then added to my first level's HP, for a total of 22? Or is it 6 + 3 (con modifier for first level) + 3 (con modifier for second level) equal to 12? Then is this added to the HP from first level?
If you could give me an example of, say, the first 4 levels of a ranger using the numbers I gave you (6 instead of d10 and +3 as a con modifier), that might make it easier to explain.