Start with the basics and grow from there. Power tools fit their tasks well, and outside of dimensioning and some bigger shaping on a bandsaw for instance, hand tools can also easily get some of the same projects done as power tools. Don’t waste money unnecessarily until you learn how to work without them first.
Power tools represent a considerable investment, but if you are serious you will find it part of a very rewarding and satisfying hobby and one of the few hobbies where you can make money and have fun too. Learning how to use the necessary power tools for different projects can make a hard job easier. Invest in power tools that you will actually need, and not ones that are just going to take up space in your drawer.
Remember. It always comes down to an important question. What kind of woodworking projects are you thinking of doing?