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Higher level versions may be purchased with gold only when they are on top of the pile, meaning all level 1 or 2 versions must have been bought/destroyed first.
 
Higher level versions may be purchased with gold only when they are on top of the pile, meaning all level 1 or 2 versions must have been bought/destroyed first.
   
Some players use a variant rule in which the hero is not destroyed when levelling, but is placed back into its respective place in the Village. This allows players to obtain heroes if they fall behind on gold, as well as delaying the ability to simply purchase higher level heroes. However this also makes it much easier to fill a player's deck with strong heroes, making for a bit easier of a time in the dungeon.
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Some players use a variant rule in which the hero is not destroyed when levelling, but is placed back into its respective place in the Village. This allows players to obtain heroes if they fall behind on gold, as well as delaying the ability to simply purchase higher level heroes.
   
 
====Strength====
 
====Strength====

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