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question about hero items

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sison
29 March, 2017, 12:38 PM UTC

hi i have a question


what does it mean  "statistics at the maximum level"

i am talking about the number close to the current strenght of every item as you can see in the screenshoot ->http://prntscr.com/epvv51


does it means that every item has a maximum level and when i reach that level this is the power will have the item?


and one more question:what does it means the green and red arrows close the items's stats as you can see in this screenshoot->http://prntscr.com/epvz18


any help would be apreciated :)


thanks

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FAILO
29 March, 2017, 12:48 PM UTC

the maximum staistics is max how far up the hero item can be upgraded to.


the arrows is how the statistics on the item you are looking at compares to the one you have equipped.   red is less green is more
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Stewart
29 March, 2017, 12:57 PM UTC
FAILO said:

the maximum staistics is max how far up the hero item can be upgraded to.


the arrows is how the statistics on the item you are looking at compares to the one you have equipped.   red is less green is more
Correct
Noodle maker extreme
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BiohazarD
Moderator
29 March, 2017, 10:24 PM UTC

sison said:


hi i have a question


what does it mean  "statistics at the maximum level"

i am talking about the number close to the current strenght of every item as you can see in the screenshoot ->http://prntscr.com/epvv51


does it means that every item has a maximum level and when i reach that level this is the power will have the item?


and one more question:what does it means the green and red arrows close the items's stats as you can see in this screenshoot->http://prntscr.com/epvz18


any help would be apreciated :)


thanks

1. Yes.  The maximum level of any item is 5, each upgrade is more expensive than the previous one and the last one usually gives a larger bonus. 

2. green means the new item has a higher boost than the one you currently have equipped, red means it has lower.  But keep in mind the class of the item as well as the boost.  An item that gives 2% boost to all units may be more useful than one that gives 5% to just infantry. 
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sison
30 March, 2017, 1:58 PM UTC
o guys bunch thanks your rock !!!!!!!
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