LTs drop tables are available here:

1-4 steps is boring calculations, skip to step 5 for results.

- Let’s split all drop rates into 5% parts (5% glory chance, 5% glory chance, 6 instances of 5% glory keys, and so on). This will simplify future calculations;
- 9.5% for Leg and 0.5% are merged into single 10% troop chance. And divided into 5% and 5% too;
- Now we have 20 instances in three tables, which brings us to a little less than 20x20x20 possible combinations (duplicates of the same type are not allowed), namely 3728;
- These 3728 LTs give us 427800 glory, 21224 gl keys, 6944 g keys, 3928 e keys, 3040 runics, 6280 arcanes, 580 troops;
- One LT gives on average:

```
114.753 glory;
5.693 glory keys;
1.863 gem keys;
1.172 event keys;
0.815 runics;
1.747 arcanes;
0.1478 Legendaries;
0.00778 random (!) Mythics.
```

I’m an endgame player, random Mythics, Legendaries and stones are useless to me, and since

```
1 Mythic = 142860 glory = 1041 gem keys = 1041 event keys
```

```
1 LT has 0.0045 Mythic buying power
```

1 LT is worth 33’333 gold = 111.11 gold chests.

They will drop

```
111.11*0.03*20 = 66.666 glory
111.11*0.01*1.5 = 1.666 gems
```

which results in

```
33333 gold = 0.000837 Mythic buying power
```

Turns out that LTs are 5.39 times more efficient than gold chests IF all 30 members of your guild donate the same amount of gold as you.

If there are 5 or less such players and you spend more than 180k gold to finish each task, don’t go with LTs and buy chests (only if you’re an endgame player and have almost all Mythics).