Hoard Pulling Strategy / Advice
Hi MPQ forumites, long time lurker, first time poster here.
I'm looking to pull my mega hoard some time in mid-October (which is when I'm anticipating Doc-Ock will leave the LL pool), and am looking for hoard pulling advice and what to aim for!
As some background: I'm fairly deep in the 4* tier: currently I have 45 4* champs, of which 9 are in the blessed 12; of the remaining 36, 1 is Howard so 35 from the vintage pool are champed too. Of the 3 non-champed latest 12, Gamora will be champed after the current TaT PVE finishes, leaving just Vulture (7 covers) and Sandman (9 covers). Of the non-champed vintage characters, all four are cover maxed, I'm just not willing to drop ISO into them (yet). As far as 5* tier goes, got a clutch of covers, highest is OML (ofc) at level 315.
Now for my hoard: been hoarding since 1st Nov (anyone remember No-Pull November? Well I kept going!), currently I'm sitting on 300 LL tokens, 7,467 CP and 1.9m ISO, which currently would give me 598 latest pulls. Like I said, I'm expecting to pull the trigger some time in mid-October and at the rate I'm accumulating resources I expect to have 360 LL tokens, around 9k CP and around 4.9m ISO at that point (since I started tracking, per day I'm amassing: 1 LL, 26 CP and around 50k ISO).
This is where I need advice and/or some strategy.
When I do finally pull my hoard, do I
a) pull until I have 13 covers for each of the 5* in the LL pool at that point (Spidey, DD?, ???) - as discussed in other threads this will probably be around 300 pulls and will (probably) end up maxing all the latest 12 4* characters plus some from the vintage pool. I *should* have the ISO to champ all these additional 4* (4.9m ISO less 1.7m to champ 3x5* leaves me 3.2m, which is just under 8 4* champs)
b) pull the entire hoard in order to get additional champ levels on my 3x5*
c) other ideas?
As well as the above, any help/advice on how to actually pull the hoard?
Appreciate any info, I know I'm not the only one hoarding so would be good to get the community's input on what an optimal pull looks like.