Congratulations, you’ve beaten the game. Waterdeep is safe for now.
A couple of thoughts: the Free to Play game model departs from the previous Pay to Play game model in some important aspects:
- You get more content for free with F2P.
- You get less content for the same dollar investment.
- F2P games utilize skinner box psychological principles to attempt to train people into habitual engagement and increase chance of conversion into paying player.
- F2P games have a deliberately slow pace to maintain player engagement over weeks if not months.
- Content is costly to develop, so procedurally generated content will give the user the most varied experience for the cheapest development dollars.
- Procedurally generated content will end up stale without constant infusion of new content.
- Notwithstanding skinner boxes, the economic principle of diminishing returns will make you enjoy repetitive activities less and less over time.
Given that you’ve beaten the game, I infer that you enjoy the game on some levels due to a combination of graphics, nostalgia for D&D, the tactical gameplay, the slow accumulation of resources and gear, etc.
So based on the above, it’s my opinion that it’d be a good time to take a break from the game and come back to it when you feel the itch again. Your progress will still be there. It’s a PvE game so you aren’t “falling behind”. And you can pick up right where you left off once (and if) a new explore mode Dungeon gets released.