So as the title says, that's my suggestion. Explain? Well... okay, I guess I can do that.
Okay, so we have enough Heroes, now. In fact, arguably we have too many Heroes, at this point in time.
Now, I'm not saying stop adding new Heroes entirely. That would likely mean bad things for everyone.
What I'm suggesting is to make it special! Say a new gem roll Hero every three months instead of every month. Give us time to start really wanting it.
I've reached the point where I see a new Hero, shrug, and continue on about my day. I'm in no huge hurry to get it. If I do, that's nice... if I don't? Oh well, it'll happen eventually or I'll just buy it when it gets cheap (another reason to dislike Bazaars, what a surprise!).
A new Hero used to feel like a big thing that could be game changing. Now, between all the new Heroes, Pets, Talents, and Enchantments coming out on a regular basis it has started to feel like just another thing. No big deal, you know?
This would not include Event Heroes and Dragons, by the way. That doesn't mean throw out an Event Hero every month, though, IGG.
Same goes for Pets, Talents, and Enchantments. No more than four per year, excluding Event Pets. Each one would be set on alternating months.
Say January we get a Hero. February we get a Talent. March we get a Pet. April we get an Enchantment. May we get another Hero. Repeat ad infinitum. Maybe make an exception for Heroes or Pets (never both, unless it is naturally their month) on major Holidays, like Valentine's, Halloween, and Christmas when we usually got a themed Hero.
That way we'll never have a Hero/Pet/Talent/Enchantment come out at the same time as any other, except for special occasions, while still having something new every month to possibly get excited about.
This serves two purposes.
One, it slows down the bloat. This game is getting bigger and bigger with every update, and it's only gotten worse now that Pets/Talents/Enchantments seem to be a regularly released thing. Slowing that down is a good thing.
Two, it still gives us something new to play with every month, while slowing the aforementioned bloat. This way we can get excited about that one thing, instead of having four things to mostly meh about.
Just my opinion, though. Can't speak for everyone.
Move along, please.