Those 100 options boil down to, use an attack with a cc effect and hope it works.

Backlash then chloroform / chicken claw / something till it works.
Aoe knockdown till it works.
Spells till it works.

You get to try lots of things but the decision isn't meaningful. If you're just praying on cc working, you're just praying on cc working.

Conversely, current system tells you what to expect, but also tells you what options you have to counter and those moves matter because you won't randomly get picked off by rng. This also feeds back to the enemy who can strategize around what they objectively need to achieve. When you can predict outcomes, you have better insight to actually strategize and make tactically meaningful decisions.

gambling on some rng cc affect is not a deep strategic decision. It's just a sign of gambling addiction.