the bias is always real with Lolflay
If I cared about this game I'm sure I would be biased about it and about things that potentially personally annoy me.
Polymorph is close to unavoidable nowadays anyway and u can pretty much fear the entire arena with heroic leap + fear combination
I was talking about mechanics of those abilities. On paper, they're not overpowered one single bit. In reality, sometimes they're broken as fuck ( RMD ), sometimes they're "eeeeeeeh, I could care less about it".
I've watched Jahmilli some time ago, he spamqueued 3s with whoever he could find, and he didn't play godcomp or RMD in that session iirc. Versus turbocleave, it felt something like the following. First attempt at sheeping ? One interrupt. Second attempt ? Second interrupt. Third attempt ? Grounding. Fourth attempt ? Mass reflection. Fifth attempt ? Stun. Sixth attempt ? Interrupt. He got off a Frostjaw but was never able to land a sheep while getting relentlessly trained ( he did get few sheeps in after being persistent as fuck about it ( if I was his enemy I'd probably think "Jesus fuck dude just FUCK OFF already" ), and still won the game with just landing 2x Ice Novas when the time was right, go fucking figure Blizztards ).
and pretty sure asphyxiate is groundable
I wouldn't know, because I didn't play with a DK or a shaman this season ( I lie, I did a bit but nothing worth mentioning ), nor did I play my DK much outside of facerolling to 2.2k in 2s at start of season. I don't mind being proven wrong, so thanks for that info.
Whole majority of MoP was problematic because of stupid instant CCs that ruined the game ( Shadowfury, Asphyxiate, hunter trap, PoM Polymorph, Psyfiend, Disorienting Roar, etc etc etc ), some of them got fixed, some of them are still at large, including the ones I've mentioned. I don't care about the state of the mentioned classes with said abilities are in, point is that those abilities are simply dumb.
So when you call me biased about mentioning your class, it kind of works in a different way than you'd expect it to work.