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You can keep 'Go Up A Level' cards in your hand until you choose to play them, you do not have to play them right away. From the Munchkin Rules: Go Up a Level cards may be played on yourself or any other player at any time, even during combat. Discard them once they are played. Obviously if you can play them during combat you do not have to use them ...
Once you play a card, that's it. It is no longer in your hand. You can't pick it back up and put it into your hand. From the Munchkin FAQ under Miscellaneous Questions (emphasis mine): Q. If I announce I'm going to do something, am I locked into that decision or can I change my mind? For instance, I was a Wizard and declared that I was going to fight a ...
Once you play a card, that's it. It is no longer in your hand. You can't pick it back up and put it into your hand. You might get some sympathy from your friends if you start to play a card and then immediately change your mind. In that case, you never actually played the card. However, if one of your friends plays an Enrage, then the game has clearly ...
Sure, if you own the game, since the rules state the owner of the game resolves disputes, and otherwise change the rules as they see fit; it won't be fun for the other players, however.
If you use a "Dark" race modifier then causing your opponent to lose could win you the game if there loss causes their character to die.Otherwise, no an elf interfering one way or the other would not yield a win unless they were actually in the combat. https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/68/10/40/6810402a1635377095ac830016f9ebfc.jpg
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