Originally Posted by Akuen
His passive, in other words his stats, are determined by sheer luck. By your logic, the entire champion is not fun to play. I could make the point that Shaco's passive works on turrets and often works when he's facing a champion directly. I could also make the point that by your logic Draven's ult should only be able to hit someone once. I mean, if Draven moves to dodge someone's ult and because of this his ult changes course and hits you for the second time, that's also sheer luck. He didn't necessarily move to get you with the ult twice it just happened that way.
Ok, first off, I'd respectfully disagree that Thresh's passive has anything to do with luck. Yes there is an RNG factor when dealing with smaller minions. But to say collecting souls is based on luck is simply not true. I can and do, knowingly and deliberately, farm souls. I can chose to position myself where I think I will collect the most souls, I know for example that champion kills, siege minions, large minions from jungle camps will all grant me a soul guaranteed. Considering the drop rate, its also reasonable to expect at least one soul from each minion wave. Granted you sometimes get two or three in a single wave, but that doesn't make the passive luck based. There's also the factor that you have to actively get quite close to souls to pick them up, which is often times not as easy as it sounds.
Secondly, Shaco being able to backstab towers is either a bug or intended, nothing to do with luck. Equally with facing targets. Thats a bug. Bugs don't count for obvious reasons.
I'm not entirely sure what you mean with Draven's Ult.. I've never seen it change direction after being fired, unless you mean when it comes back to him, in which case that's not luck either, its controllable by the player (or so i was led to believe, not a Draven player myself).