So use money to buy iron just to buy boost and see a late return. You get 750 coins for 12 stars. You’d need…let’s see a single skin is…250 Iron. So 500 iron would get you 2 skins right away.
12 stars/750 coins, so 3 times to get 2250.
Costs about 2000 coins for one character skin and
…you wouldnt have enough for a set of weapon skin, even if you got that 36 stars. You’d have to earn another 1000, which is another 24 stars to get 1500 more coins. Then you’d have 3750 minus 3400 for the weapons which is 350 coins remaining, obviously.
Sure you can buy boost, you’d get…
Ok. 15 days of boost is roughly $5 of real money. But say you get those fifteen days of boost, you get if you’re lucky…4 3-star challenges. That’s 4x6 - double stars with boost so you’d have…4 6 star challenges - That’s 24 stars so you’d gain 1500 coins. Not enough to even buy a single skin and you’re now out 5 bucks.
If you spent more money on $10 of iron, so you can reroll for…lets see what is it? 10 20 30 40 50? So 150 iron to reroll 5 times. How many stars do you think you’ll get?
Doesn’t matter if you get enough for that 36 stars needed for enough coins to unlock a single skin at 2000 coins. You just blew $1.50 for rerolls. $5.00 on the boost…$6.50 for one 2000 coin cosmetic.
That’s going to assume the RNG played nice and gave you challenges that aren’t one star (2 with boost)
If you’re gonna spend 5 to 10 bucks on iron…then you might as well buy 4 character skins at 250 iron each. Or two weapon sets.
Iron is an immediate return on investment. So again I’ll say it: boost is pointless and now I’ll say it’s even a colossal waste of money.