I’ve one shotted a number of 4600+ teams using teams as low as 3700 (mono)… but those were mostly original heroes on the defense teams. Some of these newer heroes are insane, especially when grouped together. The original TellyVela combo was bad, but I could still kill them on a good day… then they got nerfed, and now we have even worse combos that probably won’t get nerfed, especially not since they’re already in the process of releasing even worse heroes.
I still don’t understand the idea of having to “buy” heroes in the first place. Once I’ve spent a set amount of money, I’ve essentially “bought” the game. Why do I still have to keep paying more in order to access the rest of the content?
And no, by content, I do not mean map stages. That’s not content. That’s the same content on different backgrounds over and over again. The real “content” in this game are the heroes themselves. They are what makes the game interesting. If you can’t get most of the heroes without spending a fortune… is that even a game? I guess it is, in a way, but that’s a game for rich people. Don’t call it a “free game” if it’s specifically tailored to people with vast fortunes to spend, that is misleading on so many levels.
But no… I won’t be doing any Viking funerals for my roster. I paid for them and invested lots of hours into them. They may not technically belong to me, but I’m the one who fed them from infancy into emblemhood. Call them virtual foster children, or whatever. One does not simply put all of that time and money into building something, just to one day up and say “meh, I’m bored with this,” and smash it all to pieces. I will never understand how or why anybody would willingly and knowingly do something like that. Unless they realized that the whole thing was a mistake, and they swear to themselves never to do it again… but in the case of a game like this?
It appears that for many of you, this is not your first rodeo in the microtransaction RNG gacha mobile phone battle game app territory, or whatever it is that you call this… what blows my mind is how some people can spend thousands on this game, then the next day turn around and say “meh, I’m bored”, delete it… then download another game exactly like it and do it all over again. Like… what? Didn’t you learn your lesson the first time??? You want to talk about throwing good money after bad… holy crap. I will never again spend on a game with this game’s model. Fool me once, shame on you…
EDIT: and side note @Cheds … at least with those golf clubs, if you do decide you never want to golf again, you can at least sell the clubs. People pay good money for stuff like that, even used ones that have been tossed into lakes.