Two kinds of players end up with premier heroes, the wealthy and the lucky. I am the latter, Terraria was among the first five five stars I pulled. she was a surprise and when she was rebalanced I simply found new ways to use her. she’s no longer my green tank but she is awesome on my green mono offense. Why aren’t I upset? Because I didn’t invest in obtaining her, she simply found me. Just like Heimdall found me on a farmed coin one pull.
People who chase heroes using an excess of money do so in order to obtain overpowered heroes for the simple fact that they are overpowered. If it is your intention to acquire OP heroes through brute financial force, you have got nothing to complain about when they get rebalanced. You invested in a volatile commodity. Its simple risk reward analysis.
This behavior sadly is due to selfish desires and a complete lack of empathy for the player base as a whole. The health of the game does not enter into these people’s calculations.
I personally invite careful rebalancing to keep the game fresh and full of strategic options, even if such heroes happen to be on my roster.
Frigg, Odin, Cobalt, and Kadilen-C need some rebalancing. And yes I mean a second rebalancing for Frigg and Odin.
Otherwise create an Uber-arena for big spenders so that the rest of us can have a fun game.
Note: I gave up the idea of chasing 5* heroes last summer after going after GM in atlantis. Now I chase 3* and 4* and every now and then a 5* will volunteer.
There certainly is a third type of player who will chase a particular hero on occasion. What I’m talking about those players who dump thousands of dollars in order to have everything the second its released, so they can get off on the feeling of dominating others.