People will say rng is good. I do agree it is good for games, but Ludia implements it somewhat poorly and stacks it on top of other rng. As well I think most people like the excitement of rng, not rng itself. The only people that actually like it are the lucky chosen that it seems to go in their favor more than the rest, and statistically speaking, those people do exist.
But, RNG is rng. I do not think I have played a game that uses rng that at least sometimes it goes completely out of my favor and at least sometimes it goes completely in my favor. But also, I do not think I have played a game where rng ever played in my favor more than it played against me, or ever even within the typical odds of that rng. So to me, a 75% chance in just about any game results in more like a 40% chance. A 5% chance results in more like a 2% chance. However, some people are smiled upon by the gaming gods and they get 90% on a 75% and 30% on a 5%.
Honestly, it one of the reasons I have given up on gaming altogether. I am using my time studying for my CCNA, AZ certs, and making more dollars as a real world resource instead of coins and internet points. Though I am still drawn to gaming forums.