# Legendary class deal

KILLMФИGЕЯ
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We’re almost halfway through 2020 and $69 gives you a 80% chance at a 4 star?

Please kabam update your deals, I get it that “not every deal is meant to please everyone” but cmon now, it’s time to retire this legendary crystal lol

Please kabam update your deals, I get it that “not every deal is meant to please everyone” but cmon now, it’s time to retire this legendary crystal lol

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15★683★★★15★464★★451★★★4,018★★★★★I’m curious what price point would you pay or what offer would you like to see?

38★3,496★★★★★But—what’s the easiest way to demonstrate to the game team that this price point is too high? Don’t buy.

Dr. Zola

592★★★6,336★★★★★4,018★★★★★490★★★no. It's star specific. For example, if you buy this and get a 4*, then it will be a 4* Nexuc

If a 5* shows up, it will be a 5* Nexus

still a trash deal tho

220★343★★★Jesus.... *facepalm*

1,948★★★★★1,948★★★★★236★★4,018★★★★★*This is expressed in the text “three randomized champions of a shared rarity”.

1,948★★★★★You have a 20% chance of a 5* showing up in each slot, so you would have a 60% chance of having at least a 5* in a slot. But, the actual number is lower because you have to account for the duplication of champions.

1,948★★★★★3,496★★★★★Dr. Zola

220★1,948★★★★★x% would account for the duplicates of champions, given that it doesn't work independently of each other.

2,575★★★★★3,496★★★★★But my math is rusty and my brain is tired. Ask @CoatHang3r or one of the other quants on here for a better explanation.

Dr. Zola

114★1,948★★★★★1,323★★★★592★★★ifthe crystals were three independent pulls. The more fun math is taking the 20% chance of it turning into what is effectively a 5* nexus and then going further to find the odds of getting a champ you actually want. For example, I only want three science champs in the current 5* pool (including the new midlife crisis captain america) of 25 champs. So for me the odds of getting at least one 5* version of a champ I want would be 0.2*(1-(22/25)^3). That comes out to about 6%. For other classes it would be even worse. Big nope.