Rioter Comments
HGHam (EUW)
: So why is 'naming and shaming' banned?
To everyone saying nothing good comes out from this, maybe they're right, but that's not how I see it. In another topic that I made to discuss the reasons I am stopping my attempts to play this ruins of a game we had a discussion about naming and shaming. If LoL was a government, that's how I see it's operating: Quote from the other topic: The mute button is an option for you to ignore what's happening. LoL "Government" operates as follows (IMO): - A child molester/sex offender does his thing. - Some people have doubts of him being such and report him to the police. - You are forbidden to tell the other neighbors that this man is a sex offender. - Other people choose the new "Mute" option that hides the Child Molester from your sight. He keeps committing crimes, but you're OK, because you can't see him. - The police eventually catches up to him and secretly calls him for interrogation. - The police convicts the child molester and forbids him to walk on the street he committed the crime on. - They also make him live for a certain amount of time on another street freely, so he can change. - The people who reported the person to the police not only never find out that the person has been punished in secret but also see several new ones. - The person who ignore him keep ignoring him. - Several weeks later the child molester is back on the street among the other molesters, laughing in the face of the children and parents there, saying he is untouchable and it sure feels that way. Thousands of crimes have been committed every day, some of the criminals have been fined in complete secrecy to protect their honor. People start feeling like the Police doesn't do their job and they start a riot (he-he). They start committing tons of crimes too. If someone is punished it's done in complete secrecy, so from the outside it looks like no one is. Criminals also see that no one is punished and they multiply with the thousands. Things are out of control. Citizens are forbidden to name the sex offenders they know of. They are not forbidden to say about the existence of those criminals, but it's frowned upon and will probably be argued by the very sex offenders. The criminals on the other hand can freely roam the country and preach that sex offenders does not exist and it's all one big QQ.
OurBG (EUNE)
: Why is not RIOT more clear about the reports regarding the younger community?
Just a quick update. I've given up talking on this subject since people are all 2016-style-offended and talking about kids in LoL is like "politically-incorrect". They are like black people and gays, everything you say about them is deemed incorrect by the righteous. Anyway. I play a game with a constant voice communication system and **guess what**. I was so shocked to see that every single person that screams that he had sexual intercourse with my mom or me (or both) and using "The Profanity Vocabulary 2016th Edition" as a handbook is not a grown-up adult. I was deeply shocked that everyone who screams Noobs F**k you you stupid b*star*s" and stuff is around 12-14 years old. Crazy, right? But I guess I'm wrong, age has nothing to do with it. They are just changing their voices to appear 12 years old and stuff. It's just a point of view, guys. I respect each and everyone's opinion, but this is like the only matter I can't agree on. I can't agree that kids of age 10ish - 15ish are not the biggest problem in this game. At least they are the factor that made me quit. Maybe it's just me. Best of luck
OurBG (EUNE)
: League of Legends is an awful game with an awful experience
To the guys that are Bronze and never got toxic players. You're lying. Plain and simple. Other explanation is I had a very bad luck for four years, maybe I should see an exorcist. Yes, not playing to climb probably would've made it better, but lately I stopped caring about climbing and was playing only normal games and the experience was still the same. To @Prugar Sempai : Of course I did. And I grabbed them like a straw if I was drowning. But they are simply not enough. If every game has even only one guy that spends the game wishing you cancer it's still a bad experience. The game is lost, you've been cursed and insulted for 40 minutes and the guy who did it believes deep in his heart that he is the right one and you must die IRL. Maybe it's me, maybe I just can't take people being so sure they are right and you are the stupidest person on Earth airgo you deserve cancer. I am not talking from personal experience, but I think higher divisions are better than Bronze/Silver. You can be a normal player in Bronze easily, but it's real hard to be one of those raging toxic angry people and climb to Platinum. At least that's how I see it. One of the other games I'm playing these days has a board like this one and there a Historian said that in his opinion a community like LoL's one and the creators themselves unknowingly protects the toxic behavior. There is no public shaming which is the sole principle of crime-battling in such communities. Every single piece of politics here protects the toxicity. It not only will continue existing, but will expand so much more if nothing changes. The mute button is an option for you to ignore what's happening. LoL "Government" operates as follows (IMO): - A child molester/sex offender does his thing. - Some people have doubts of him being such and report him to the police. - You are forbidden to tell the other neighbors that this man is a sex offender. - Other people choose the new "Mute" option that hides the Child Molester from your sight. He keeps committing crimes, but you're OK, because you can't see him. - The police eventually catches up to him and secretly calls him for interrogation. - The police convicts the child molester and forbids him to walk on the street he committed the crime on. - They also make him live for a certain amount of time on another street freely, so he can change. - The people who reported the person to the police not only never find out that the person has been punished in secret but also see several new ones. - The person who ignore him keep ignoring him. - Several weeks later the child molester is back on the street among the other molesters, laughing in the face of the children and parents there, saying he is untouchable and it sure feels that way. - Thousands of crimes have been committed every day, some of the criminals have been fined in complete secrecy to protect their honor. - People start feeling like the Police doesn't do their job and they start a riot (he-he). They start committing tons of crimes too. - If someone is punished it's done in complete secrecy, so from the outside it looks like no one is. - Criminals also see that no one is punished and they multiply with the thousands. Things are out of control. Citizens are forbidden to name the sex offenders they know of. They are not forbidden to say about the existence of those criminals, but it's frowned upon and will probably be argued by the very sex offenders. The criminals on the other hand can freely roam the country and preach that sex offenders does not exist and it's all one big QQ.
Rioter Comments
Evanitis (EUNE)
: Dunno. Checked Humpel's thread on the matter (already linked from this thread). His argument and ways of obtaining data he bases that on are simply more convincing. Not that it matters a pair of dingo-kidneys. Even if you are right, bringing age into the discussion only made it harder for anyone to get the real topic of this thread. Hell, I slipped too. So making the rules clear.. On my first weeks here, I had the feeling that it should be done. But it's not an easy thing to do well. Define (let's say) 6 things a LoL player shouldn't do. Creative people will find a 7th and a 8th one, just as toxic annoying, and their outrage would be perfectly valid if they got punished. "It wasn't in the rules." they'd say, and they would be right. So the rules get amended, creativity starts, a 9th and 10th toxic (but not sanctioned) response arrives, others find out how to do 2nd and 3rd undetected, others develop a nasty version of 6th that not forbidden by the letter of the Rules. So the rules get amended again. See where this goes? I played on game servers like that. Approximately 3-4 admin was needed / 100 players. That would mean a lot of manpower for a game as popular as LoL. I seriously doubt an automated system could be deal with well defined rules, not to mention a constantly amended ruleset. I got to like Riot's approach. They won't say "it's bad to call reports for your fellow player". But if people just report behaviours they feel unsportsmanlike or abusive, the system one way or another learns it. Feels smarter, but -definitely- cheaper and faster. EDIT: I heard the "Unskilled Player" report option was a placebo from the very start.
A game that I played one second ago. Sadly I did not record it nor am I allowed to say the names of the players. So I locked my ADC MF as a first pick and left the champ select because I was talking in skype so I have no idea what happened. In game I saw my support is Kog'Maw. He gave first blood before minions spawned and for my surprise wrote "Again" then went and died again. Kept writing "Again" and kept dying on every lane, writing weird things in chat and eventually "noob team without me". So when he was 1/13 I was 1/1/3 trying to make it somehow. Weird thing is no one said anything in chat, not even me. The first thing that someone wrote in chat was our top Teemo that said "Report this noob retard miss fortune suk mi dik". Yes. Report me. So Kog Maw joined. They were NOT premades. Kog Maw spent the game writing "noobs lose" and "noob team without me", Teemo spent the game typing "fuk yo mom noobs" etcetra. Noone else said nothing in chat. I added them after the game and explained them I'm on their side and that the rest are "stupid noobs" . Kog'Maw is 13, Teemo is 15 I am 27. Katarina is 24 Master Yi was 44 (yup). (I know it has nothing to do at all with their behavior, I am just saying. So yeah. That's my experience every game. Don't judge me for opinion based on that experience :)
Evanitis (EUNE)
: Dunno. Checked Humpel's thread on the matter (already linked from this thread). His argument and ways of obtaining data he bases that on are simply more convincing. Not that it matters a pair of dingo-kidneys. Even if you are right, bringing age into the discussion only made it harder for anyone to get the real topic of this thread. Hell, I slipped too. So making the rules clear.. On my first weeks here, I had the feeling that it should be done. But it's not an easy thing to do well. Define (let's say) 6 things a LoL player shouldn't do. Creative people will find a 7th and a 8th one, just as toxic annoying, and their outrage would be perfectly valid if they got punished. "It wasn't in the rules." they'd say, and they would be right. So the rules get amended, creativity starts, a 9th and 10th toxic (but not sanctioned) response arrives, others find out how to do 2nd and 3rd undetected, others develop a nasty version of 6th that not forbidden by the letter of the Rules. So the rules get amended again. See where this goes? I played on game servers like that. Approximately 3-4 admin was needed / 100 players. That would mean a lot of manpower for a game as popular as LoL. I seriously doubt an automated system could be deal with well defined rules, not to mention a constantly amended ruleset. I got to like Riot's approach. They won't say "it's bad to call reports for your fellow player". But if people just report behaviours they feel unsportsmanlike or abusive, the system one way or another learns it. Feels smarter, but -definitely- cheaper and faster. EDIT: I heard the "Unskilled Player" report option was a placebo from the very start.
I can not disagree. Well, what about just making it clear which things are not reportable and what is not a crime? And maybe make it clear that calling reports on every time someone dies is not productive. It will not get the person who died punished, it might get you punished and it might lose you the game. And unpopular opinion and frowned upon, but the person that someone calls report on is also tilted. Even I lose my game when someone starts going "report report" in chat for me even after I mute him ... Those things I need to explain to already tilted and raging people in game. And about the unskilled - yes, it was placebo, but it was the reason that got the "report" started. Because it was a legit answer to "What do you want to report me for?".
Evanitis (EUNE)
: Too bad that you start your thread with pointless generalizing. It doesn't make your argument any stronger, while some people will stop reading there, leave a snarky comment and carry on. But I have agree with the core-thought: pointless report calls are the most annoying thing I face in my matches. And it's so common that I started to take notes, so I won't only report the most toxic ones who I can remember after a match.
I have explained my generalizing in another answer, would love you to read it as well. Point is - the system has already been explained about the adults. If you are an intelligent adult the system has taken care for you to have where to read about what's reportable and what not. If you are 14 and all you care about is hitting your keyboard at the desk, there's nothing for you - except the report panel (which, don't forget used to have an option to report for "Unskilled player")
AznaktaX (EUNE)
: > [{quoted}](name=OurBG,realm=EUNE,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=JvBoIUrG,comment-id=,timestamp=2016-06-23T16:22:29.335+0000) > > We all know that the biggest problem with the behavior and toxicity is the younger part of the community. THAT'S A HUGE PILE OF BULLCR@P, and I say that as an adult, with adult friends that still flame. If you are gonna start your thread like that, you are only gonna get T-downed immediately without even having the chance to defend yourself.
Didn't think I have to defend myself. I thought this is a board where you can put your opinion. Since you are so offensive I do not care enough to check your status, but you are probably not Bronze. I have made the effort to ask every single person how old he is when they're spending the whole game in toxicity. They are usually (which is a different word than Always) 13 to 16 years old. Which, I might have not been clear, I DO NOT mind. It's a game, there's nothing more normal than kids in it. I just think that non-buyest RIOT staff should just acknowledge that fact and work towards it instead of making the whole system rely on you being a person since the kids cannot be expected to behave like an adult. This is why I think that the system should acknowledge them and model itself to them instead of punishing/judging them or whatever, simply because they are young and that's their way of understanding the world. 90% of my friends who play are kids aging 14-18 most of them in Bronze and when I answer their prayers to play with them they spend the game screaming curses (IRL) and flaming everyone in the team. For the record I am 27 year old with maters degree in Psychology and human behavior so I stand behind my words.
Rioter Comments
Iao (EUW)
: I would highly recommend not reading any kind of guides, especally not on unreliable sites such as mobefire, champion.gg or op.gg. Sadly the truth of it is is that you won't get good explanations as to why certain items are good from those sites, either the makers of the guides care too little or it's too much work, especially regarding the fact that you constantly have to update it. I'd recommend trying to find someone who is higher elo and willing to help/coach you. I for a matter of fact know that there are many people in higher elo's who don't mind helping others out at all, as long as you're not rude and respectful.
Will keep in mind that, thanks. Yeah, I have people in higher ELOs helping me out. I (kind of) know all the items pretty good but just couple of days ago (when that Korean build made it's way to glory) figured out the connection between Duskblade and Miss Fortune for example. So I'm trying to be able to do those types of connections and pick from larger pool situational items instead of picking out of 2 items for damage and 2 for speed i.e. :) I guess it all just comes down to experience.
Dlnzu (EUNE)
: Hi! I am a League of Legends player!
I lol'd so hard at the "gang" :D So true, even thought it's not as funny in game :D
AznaktaX (EUNE)
: > [{quoted}](name=OurBG,realm=EUNE,application-id=39gqIYVI,discussion-id=eeqGncTF,comment-id=,timestamp=2016-06-18T12:56:47.267+0000) > > I'm not talking about build guides like in mobafire or others of such. Then I'm sorry, but I'm going to disappoint you. Each champion has different build paths depending on the situation. it's not just the champion itself, but also what your team has picked. What the enemies have. What are you laning up against. What are your masteries and runes. How is the game proceeding. Sometimes, you have to change your build. Instead, you should ask advice about the champions you wanna play.
I agree, I was talking about explanations of the items themselves like if specific champions didn't exist. :) But yes, I see your point. I play for three years already but since the big changes to items with S6 and the mid-season stuff (and since a dropped a 6 divisions last two weeks) I felt like it's time to enlarge my understanding and diversity of builds.
Rioter Comments
Kultaan (EUNE)
: I am simply done..
I feel you. I felt the same billions of times. It's the age. Mostly it's the age. All players "ok afk" and "stfu noob" are around 10-14 years old. I know a lot of kids like that personally. They are good normal kids and once in a while they will ask me to play with them. In league I can't recognize them - toxic as a person can be. I am all about positivism and good behavior so I'm always trying that. When it's not working - I just mute and keep it up. Yes, it tilts me, even more than a normal player, but I just say "fuck it" and carry on. I know my way around the game but I'm like low-gold/high-silver skilled so I wont be of any help playing with you :) But feel free to add me if you want someone to not flame you in chat :)
: The Most Toxic Player I have Ever Seen since I started playing this game S2
I've seen a gazillion of those. Sadly, they never end. The ONE and ONLY RIOT decision that I disagree with is that naming&shaming on the forums is forbidden. I understand why it is forbidden and what will happen if it's not. But it will stop tons of people from the freedom of being like that. I feel you tho, keep up the good behavior :)
: Champ select voices
Yesh! As much as I love the new champion select, this was the thing I loved the most. It felt so good to hear every champion that gets selected. Made it real dramatic. I kind of hoped that their removal is unintentional and they will be back next patch. :)
Perilum (EUW)
: Please reconsider your lie about your qualifications. You have absolutely NO CLUE about that. Your MAC address is static. Doesn't get announced anyway. So you have a private network address 192.168.0.x from your router. Your router gets a public address from your ISP pool. This address is changing. Riot can only ban that IP address. Which would result, that everyone who receives that address gets banned and only affects you max for 24h or a router restart. So Riot can't track if someone who got perma banned uses a new account through the IP. If you would have a static address, you booked a company internet landline from your ISP, which they don't sell to private persons and costs a huge load of money. And outside the ISPs you must be a very wealth human to own a private static IP address. Oh and you mentioned your lack of knowledge here: >Yet a new account doesn't change your IP. Sad life for them toxic players xD. €: Btw. German Telekom: Only 600€ per month with the fitting router and a 2mbit/s line for small companies. So go and grab it! ;) This kind of knowledge you should've learned in 1st semester/apprenticeship year in networking course.
This only applies to dynamic IP addresses. Where I am (Bulgaria) almost 90% of the population has static IP addresses. My public IP address has been the same for the last 3 years I'm living at this place. And I'm not even on a nice ISP around here. I don't know what they thought you in that 1st semester but they didn't do very well. Static IP addresses are very common in a lot of European countries and since we are EUW/EUNE that is relevant. Bottom line is an IP ban is a good enough thing if you are a 10 year old and can't call your ISP once in a while that you want new IP address (or change ISPs).
FatTaco (EUW)
: Why are we not getting any information on Dynamic Queue or New Champion Select?
"We are rolling it to NA and TR and then in the next days it rolls out for all other regions.". Days are passing by, new season is about to start (if it starts at all in EU servers, because there is always a possibility of someone forgetting to reset those "other" servers) and we still have no information. Keep in mind that "We are not going to release new champion select for EUNE this season at all." is also information. It's not that someone finds it unprofessional that they are not rolling it out, it's that we find it so to have to search for constant updates on other servers. Then merge the servers into one and that's it... or make the prices way lower on the servers that are forgotten by God. Instead they raised the prices in EU last year...
hauke x3 (EUW)
: Is this **** Real?
First of all I kind of stopped reading at "stealing your kill". And second - yes. Sadly, Solo/Duo Que is mostly a matter of luck. It's either you that gets 2-3 trolls or toxic players or the enemy. There are almost none competitive games in Solo Que. That depends on the division of course, but if you are Bronze/Silver you have to forget that you will have a competitive, toxic-free and troll-free game. And the harsh truth (non a popular belief) is that most of your games in those division don't depend on your skill, rather than on your luck of will you have trolls/hard toxic players in your team or not.
: Tired of this whole "report, report" attitude that is floating around atm
This is every game. Or 90% of them. All chat whining and "report, report" is the biggest problem here. What I think (just my opinion) is that RIOT should be way more clear (like in-client or something) about how the report system works. People (uhm.. yeah, you know what I mean... people...) in game actually believe that you will be punished/banned for dying in your lane. Or for giving First Blood. Or for not engaging the fight when they thought you should. A guy two days ago screamed at me to report our noob jungler (along with all the diseases he wished him). I usually try not to talk but I said "**You can't punish someone for not ganking. And if you so much want - report him, one report is the same thing, it's counted as one reported game**" and what he replied was "**OMG NO! 9 REPORTS = BAN. NOOB**". So yeah. Having a well made page about how report system works will tackle the "report report" in my opinion.
: Stop flaming and negativity with a few words, trust me, this stuff works.
Oh, you are adorable. You should really put this guide on your CV. (I hope no one finds out I suck at making jokes)
: this game wants people to rage
If you don't mute people sooner or later you will start raging too. If you wanted a nice community, sadly, you've picked the wrong game. If you want to keep playing League you have to be prepared that your team will try hearder to bring you down than your enemies. Mute everyone in your team when they show any sign of negativity (depending on your tier/division could vary from 10% to 97% of the games you're in) and just play. Reporting you for no reason will do nothing, even if you get the message. The only thing they do if they report you for no reason is lower their reports value. So worry not. :)
Black Baron (EUNE)
: Pings Destroy Minimap Vision
I would back up too. Too many people abusing the ping system. There should be an option to make pings way smaller on the minimap or to mute a player's pings at all.
OurBG (EUNE)
: An OP guy in Champion Select just now
It was a Ranked game - draft pick. Thing is, yes, I could have prevented that. I didn't know what I am playing because Master Yi before me locked 1 second before the timer runed out, so I didn't knew where he was going. I have many Jinx wins because I duo with a guy who supports me, otherwise I main Kat/Akali on mid because they stomp at this ELO easily, so when Yi picked I went on instinct. I deeply respect each and everyone of you's opinion, but I really would like to see you reasoning with one of those people in champs select using "communication".
OurBG (EUNE)
: An OP guy in Champion Select just now
Nope, My main champions for mid are Akali and Katarina. Katarina was banned. Don't start being agressive towards me for no reason and out of the blue. You seem exactly like the kind of guy that would ruin a game by wisdom. :) Since you are rude, I don't care enough to check but I will bet that you are not Bronze/Silver since you, master, are condescending about those divisions and are quick to judge who deserves what. Usually high elo players put the others where they belong. Thanks for your helpfull and friendly information regarding my post, fellow summoner. I hope there are others in the forum who will not reply/react with negativity. Have a wonderful day. EDIT: And for the second member of our friendly community, as I said I picked Akali because she is my main mid pick along with Katarina. As shown here: http://prntscr.com/84wen0 You are seriously defending his behariour and calling me an idiot and a dick for picking a champion of my wish being second pick? I am glad that my thoughts that there is something seriously wrong with this community have been confirmed by not one, but two friendly and helpfull summoners. :) And calling an unknown non-hostile person "an idiot" out of the blue suggests you are chat muted hopefully :). Have a nice day you too. If no one is going to answer in a normal matter or explain me why my position is wrong without cursing me, those boards have turned into EUNE ingame chat ...
xCillion (EUW)
: > [{quoted}](name=OurBG,realm=EUNE,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p6iYAhjT,comment-id=0004000000000001,timestamp=2015-08-15T11:26:54.380+0000) > > 5% at best? Do you live in the same world we do? Oh, i keep forgetting i play on this super secret V.I.P Server, sorry :) But seriously, Riot has released multiple statements that according to their research the % of games affected by toxic behaviour are always fluctuating between 1,5% to 5%.. it is surely not 99% as the statement i commented on said.. (numbers change constantly, dont take them too seriously anyway..)
> [{quoted}](name=xCillion,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p6iYAhjT,comment-id=00040000000000010000,timestamp=2015-08-15T11:37:50.411+0000) > > Oh, i keep forgetting i play on this super secret V.I.P Server, sorry :) > > But seriously, Riot has released multiple statements that according to their research the % of games affected by toxic behaviour are always fluctuating between 1,5% to 5%.. it is surely not 99% as the statement i commented on said.. (numbers change constantly, dont take them too seriously anyway..) Well I think either the statistic is world wide or it's server wide. If it's world wide. 5% of all games is possible, but this still means that out of gazillion games a single person gets to be in a game like that every 2-3 games or so. Plus it's 5% because it's lowered by NA servers and high ELO games in most of the servers. If the statistic is for Low ELO EUNE it would be way way way different. In fact so different they would never want to state it.
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xCillion (EUW)
: > [{quoted}](name=FaZe MiGaS,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p6iYAhjT,comment-id=00040000,timestamp=2015-08-14T20:31:24.781+0000) > > Not that frequent ahah good joke 99% of games are like that. Actually its at best 5% of games.. but hey, you were close enough :-p
> [{quoted}](name=xCillion,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p6iYAhjT,comment-id=000400000000,timestamp=2015-08-14T20:40:46.507+0000) > > Actually its at best 5% of games.. but hey, you were close enough :-p 5% at best? Do you live in the same world we do?
OurBG (EUNE)
: Punishments - what?
Yeah, well - no one agrees more than me with the "You broke the rules, thus you got punished" part. So, maybe it sounds stupid, yes, but I don't want to stop or remove my restrictions, I just want to discuss them. What I find rather weird is that I've been playing for two years. I am always positive, always friendly and very often (as the matter of fact including right now) I have Friendly or Teamwork banners. I flame those guys so I get every restriction available in the game. On the other hand I almost haven't played a game in Bronze (or Silver even) without extremely toxic or any other kind of negative behavior. Yes, maybe those guys will get punished too, but this system works for years and there's still no games without those guys. As I said I have an extremely toxic friend. He has anger management issues so at the smallest thing he starts caps lock cursing and raging. That's almost every game. More than an year now. No bans, no restrictions, no warnings. So I presented three things I find really weird. TL;DR: The system works super strict - you are outstandingly positive and well behaved, but you broke the rules now - thus all restrictions deserved and applied! The other guys wishes cancer and curses and swears people every single game - well, let the system give him a chance, it takes time. One word "Wut?". And on an unrelated topic - a guy crushed me in a game three days ago i twas really weird. We started talking and he said he is an Elo Booster that likes to give those bronze scrubs what they deserve. I contacted Riot support and showed them everything. That guy had only terrible losses to a point. Then 52 win streak. Still no punishment. I still see him playing. Love, Max.
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NamiNam (EUW)
: Just my average champ select in a NORMAL game
I just had a guy that lost my game on purpose because he didn't like the bans. He flamed the whole team more than any flamer I've seen (and I've been bronze for a whole season). He said he prefers to lose but to teach me a lesson to not ruin any other games (?). He fed all lanes as much as he could and kept flaming us in the worst possible way. That started in champ select. Then in post-game he kept saying to report me for ruining the game... This community is the worst community in existence. If you want friendly people or non-abusive players I am afraid you will have to change the game. Which is weird because forums are usually full with normal, understanding people. Almost never had a game with one of those tho. Always guys like ChickenMcBox360 ... :) Luck, I guess.
: "only 2% of games globally include excessive harassment"
I have never seen a game without any sort of verbal cursing/harassment e.t.c. But then again I am bronze. I just had a guy who didn't knew which is Baron and which is Dragon. Went 1/19 as an ADC, cursed all and reported all. But RIOT made very clear that they don't care about anything lower than LCS/Challenger and I don't see why is that a surprise. 2% of global maybe (even though I highly doubt that), 99.9% of lower Elo games.

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