How can one define what is a “good” or “bad” pull when someone else pulling those same heroes might see it as the opposite based on their roster? Particularly when trying to judge the effectiveness of the Dawa or other method.
If I pull nothing but 3* heroes on a 10 pull it is bad. Unless some of those 3* heroes help me ramp up my odds of improving my special on a 3* I’m leveling. Or if my pull includes some 3* event heroes I want. Good 3* heroes are a necessity to max out scores on some challenges/events and in tournaments so Bjorn is a good pull IMO.
For many, pulling a couple of 4* heroes is a “good” pull. But pulling another Hu Tao and Agwe isn’t helpful at all for me, so that’s a bad pull. On the other hand, pulling Carol rather than a second Quintus is much better for me even though a 5* is rarer than a 4*.
Pulling a HOTM is always good, right? But am I really ever going to spend the mats to max a second Noor or Glenda? Since I’m not that isn’t a good pull for me. I’d literally rather pull 3* Bjorn than many 5* heroes at this point in the game.
Lastly, after using a method, how many pulls are considered the result of that method? 1? 10? 30? An unlimited number if done within 5 minutes?
I think a lot of people may apply different standards of what is “good” if they use a method they like versus a random pull. I find it easy to believe some may have considered pulling yet another Grimm “bad” in a random 10 pull, yet might consider it “good” due to rarity for the purposes of evaluating a method result they now use.