My point was that you’re using “Blah chance of devour on blah” trait in an argument on “Blah chance of transform enemy” on a spell.
I agree regarding the devour chance on Maw’s trait. Hence my comment regarding an expectation that there will never be a “Transform enemy chance” trait. I was just starting to hit endgame when the Zhul’Kari rework added devour and mana burn immunity to Impervious.
Transforming an enemy is weaker than devouring.
You still remove the troop, but you replace it with something instead of gaining all it’s stats on one of your troops. Heck, it’s arguably weaker than outright killing the troop like Bullseye and Assassinate because it leaves a troop there, but it also changes which colors of mana the enemy team is blocked on.
Transform is also a new mechanic, and I think the devs are being cautious about not repeating the debacle regarding Maw’s guaranteed devour spell and/or the original Hunger trait with careless use of “transform enemy” abilities.