I'm starting to play 5e and I cannot for the life of me figure out or find out when characters get plusses to their ability modifiers and feats. What level do you get them?
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Every Class's description has a feature called Ability Score Improvement. They all share this feature at the same levels; 4th, 8th, 12th, 16th, and 19th level all give the character an Ability Score Improvement. The exceptions to this are: the Rogue, who gets an additional improvement at 10th level, and the Fighter, who gets additional improvements at 6th and 14th level.
Feats are another matter. For one thing, they are optional now, and the DM can choose whether or not to have Feats in the game. Provided they are allowed, you can choose a Feat in place of an Ability Score Improvement when you get that feature.
I can't find anything general about the Ability Score Improvement feature, but the description of how Feats work starts on page 165 of the PHB under the section labeled "Feats".