And that is a very nice start indeed
The wish to own every single 5* hero in the game is very costly. I know players who have done that. I do not wish to even guess what they spent.
And exactly for what purpose?
How many heroes do we have, sitting at 3/70, and rarely ever used?
How many heroes do we have, fully ascended, and relegated to the back burner?
I fully ascended Obakan in January, I was young and did not know any better. That hero just sits there, gathering dust.
Or Natalya. My 1st red 5*.
Hm… my 3 reds attack team in raids is Boldtusk, Grave and Azlar. Quite deadly. There is no place for Natalya. Unless I go monochrome.
Doing a few pulls now and then is quite ok. (Consider, in addition, saving up the rare golden coins and using them in the event pulls such as Halloween. Why squander them on ordinary 3* feeders?).
But spending so much money to collect all 5* heroes in the game? What for? To my mind. Plus the ascension materials are needed anyway, if the hero is to be utilized to its full potential.
Great idea to stop trying to get A+ on the titan. A+ is cursed anyway, with regard to the loot. So much effort, only for epeen. Not worth it. And not a good idea to awaken expectations in your alliance that you will “pull the cart” every time.
You made quite a good start on your retirement, dear.
Maybe this comfortable retirement is not possible in your current alliance - possibly due to expectations that you “pull the cart” and perform like a machine. (I speak from experience, left an alliance like this once, when I got sick of being used, with never a word of praise, but lots of jealousy). Or possibly simply due to habit. Don’t want to “let them down” etc etc.
In this case, my advice is to look for a comfortable alliance where you can play in peace. Players do not need alliances, alliances need players. And there is a very nice home waiting for every player, every playing style. Yes, also for retirees. Especially for retirees
If you need assistance, drop me a note in Line, anja2017, I can guide you to recruitment groups in Line.
Best of luck, dear.
I retired months ago. No work, no grind, no hassle, no stress, - and no wars, thanks to the individual opt out and a great ally leader - and I have not regretted it for one moment. On the contrary: I enjoy it very much.