Hi, newb here, started playing the game a little over a month ago. Spent a little bread to catch up a little, but other than that, not a big spender.
My name is a nickname for my favorite Balthazar (my OG put more d*cks in the dirt than any other hero done for me), which I am convinced is Babylonian for ‘ball-taser’ (obviously a joke, but fits perfectly given resemblance to his name and his electrifying special skill). I’m actually Balthazar the Ball-taser in the game.
I got a few 5* (Tyr, Telluria, Horghall, and Justice), and was happy to level up Tyr and Telluria until I realized how few and far in between ascension mats are.
I have a good amount of 4* with very few of them leveled to 3.60 (Burt, Kiril, andKelile), and few on the way (Rigard, Sonya, Caedmon, Brynhild), and only Mist fully ascended, but not fully leveled.
Got some good 3*, as well - Bane, Ball-taser, Valen, Berden, Hawkmoon, etc.
The way I level them right now is I have 3 TC11 running (2 as Extra Low Cost and 1 Uncommon) , I use uncommon ones to feed the 4* and commons to feed the 3*. Is that common practice or is there a more efficient way?
A few questions:
- Should I ascend 5* to 3rd ascension tier or fully ascend the 4* heroes given the chance? I am one hidden blade away from ascending a red, and I am torn between leveling my red 4* (BT, Scarlett, Kelile) or taking Tyr to 3.70.
- Mostly applied to 3*, should I fully level one rainbow team or gradually level several of each color? My Bane, Balthazar, Valen, and Berden are at a point where 1* feeders are barely making a dent (3.45-ish) while Kailani, Nordri, Gunnar, Belith etc. are still pooping in diapers. In essence, what I’m asking is if the diminishing returns of a fully leveled 3* hero justifies the sacrifice in versatility of having multiple decent heroes of each color. And if not, is there an agreed-upon threshold or methodology.
Thank you, looking forward to being a part of the community.