I have a couple more questions if you'll indulge me. OK, more like gripes, so sue me.
By way of preamble, let's see that I'm getting a bit frustrated when it comes to getting champions, especially when you're down to your last few and when it comes to getting certain classes. Not so much X D issues as vanilla ones, I know, but maybe these can be addressed via modding
Thanks to both fame and finding them on the map, the number of heroes one can get is more than enough, but the variety/quality gets frustrating. Hitting 800 fame and getting probably my next to last hero or so, I got a choice between an assassin (yay, the fourth one) with two traits that don't work (the one where mobs won't attack you and another) and a life mage (got three already, 2 of which are ironeers, love that +50% tactical mana on healers) with some commander traits.
In my experience in a couple of campaigns so far I have almost never gotten non-vanilla classes, which means if I want to make sure I get a ninja/sorcerer/bard/ etc. I have to use up one of the beginning heroes that haven't gotten a class yet. I have gotten exactly two non-standard classes through fame or found on map fame, a really cool immaterial paladin and a sorcerer.
I am also bitter because I am apparently cursed with "defenders love you", cause I find them over-represented and if there's a class I don't want 4 or 5 heroes from it's this. Especially when I have no heroes at all from several classes.
First of all, is this an issue with Champion Bonanza, there isn't that many non-vanilla class heroes in it?
Second, is it at all possible to have more than two options for champions when you get them? It would be nice to have 3 or 4 pop up, with at least one non-vanilla classed hero. As another option, how about if you don't like the two heroes available, you get a custom hero you can level up from scratch that's a lvl lower than the available ones?
Finally, perhaps it's possible to to something to make heroes from classes you don't have more likely to show up?
Thanks again Primal.