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I search the formula between vitality carac and HP MAX? in Final Fantasy 7

It's increased by level, but how first HP max are determined? And after how is determinated HP MAX by vitality?

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    Vitality doesn't share a connection with HP MAX from my understand. HP is gained independently of other stats and vitality is compared against the attackers strength to determine how much physical damage is taken – Winter Mar 25 '16 at 17:13
  • Ok, in this case, What's formula to determine HP max at start and by level? – Matrix Mar 25 '16 at 17:25
  • I believe the HP Max per level is determined by (Vit/4)+1 Max HP. I know this has been the case in past final fantasy games but I can't confirm that it is true in FF7 as well – Winter Mar 25 '16 at 17:50
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It's not


From GameFAQs

HP Baseline = Base + (Level - 1) * Gradient

MP Baseline = Base + [(Level - 1) * Gradient / 10]

And from the same guide, here are the variables:

=============================================================================
        L 2-11   L12-21   L22-31   L32-41   L42-51   L52-61   L62-81   L82-99
 Char   Grd Bs   Grd Bs   Grd Bs   Grd Bs   Grd Bs   Grd Bs   Grd Bs   Grd Bs
=============================================================================
Cloud   20  15   10  16   10  16    8  17    8  17    8  17    7  18    6  19
Barret  15  14    8  15    8  15    7  15    6  16    5  17    4  18    3  20
Tifa    20  14   10  15   10  15    9  16    9  17   10  17   10  17    6  20
Aeris   18  14    8  15    8  15    8  16    8  16    5  18    7  17    7  17
Red     18  14    8  15    8  15    8  16    8  16    5  18    7  17    7  17
Yuffie  20  16   10  17   10  17   10  17    8  18   10  18   10  18    9  19
Cait    20  14   10  15   10  15    9  16    9  17   10  17   10  17    6  20
Vince   20  14   10  15   10  15    9  16    9  17   10  17   10  17    6  20
Cid     15  14    8  15    8  15    7  15    6  16    5  17    4  18    3  20
=============================================================================

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