Dude, why do people keep asking for other people to explain stuff to them? I never ask for help, I either look at the rulebook(s) or usually make it up myself.
I can make up 2 different fall rules just by thinking for a few minutes:
Just off the top of my head:
Fall damage. To calculate fall damage is extremely easy. The number of inches the minifig falls is how much damage he takes. That means he has to fall 5 inches to kill him. Also, if the damage equals the minifigs armor, then the minifig is stunned (unconcious) until his NEXT turn is over.
1-2 inches: No effect
3 inches: The minifig lands clumsily, and takes a -1 Movement Penalty to get up.
4 inches: The minifig falls, hits his head, and is stunned for his next turn. He can't take any action until the NEXT turn is over.
5 inches: Roll a 1d6. On a 3-6, The minifig lands and his arm falls off. Rip off an arm or a leg, and sprinkle blood around the area. The minifig fires at -1 skill for the rest of the battle due to agonizing pain. On a 1 or a 2, the minifig DIES a horrible death.
6 inches: Roll a 1d6. On a 1-3, he dies. On a 4, he lives but is stunned AND his arm falls off. On a 5-6, his arm falls off.
7-8 inches: Roll a 1d6. On a 1-5, he splats on the floor in a pool of blood and comes apart. On a 6, he is stunned AND his arm falls off.
9 inches or higher: The minifig dies and implodes, blood, organs and limbs splattering the surrounding area.
There ya go, I just made that all up. It really proves that asking for help is unnecessary.
Also, I liked this chart so much I'm going to wiki it.
I think those stats only apply to non-Mexicans.