: Who Was Your First Main Champion!
I played Master Yi at first, like almost every beginner, but my first true main was {{champion:62}} Good times.
CJXander (EUNE)
: Since i've managed to get through 9 years of league without getting a single chat restrict, i would say the system is pretty much fair and it works as intended. If i can control my emotions so could others :). By contrary, i think the punishment and sensitivity for words should be amplified.
Yeah I understand what you're saying, I just think that a lot of people playing ranked get really into the competetive spirit and of course you'll say bad stuff when you're mad or sad. In sports you get a yellow card at first, saying "Stop doing this or you're out" So I ´just wanted something like that. :)
kjono1 (EUW)
: The punishment is such a long period of time so that it feels like a punishment. It is there to tell you the type of behaviour you are expressing in the game is not welcome. You either need to follow the rules, or you won't be welcomed back. It is giving you time away from the game to think about whether you want to play the game and as such, be part of the community. On top of that, there is an escalation route for punishments with two chats bans, then 14-day suspension then being permabanned. So you get three warnings - three opportunities to change the way you are behaving - each increasing in severity before you get told you are no longer welcome in the community. On occasion, depending on the severity of which you broke the rules, you could skip specific punishments and go straight to a suspension or permaban if the way you were acting was that bad. You get multiple chances to stop breaking the rules and change; the 14-day suspension is the final warning. It is that long to emphasise that if you continue, Riot will ban you permanently from their game and so to answer your question, the length of time is fair; the punishment isn't too much.
By reading what all of you have said, I do believe you're kind of right. The things I personally am a bit salty about is that I didn't get a warning (No chat restriction or anything) and I feel a bit cheated on my money, since the pass is wasted for me. If I got a warning from Riot saying "Hey, stop being toxic or we'll ban you" I would be super kind to my 0/17 yasuo's and not flame anyone, so the problem would be solved, although I understand that wont work in all cases.
: > [{quoted}](name=Yraco,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=R3Yi2s4N,comment-id=00030000,timestamp=2019-05-19T13:53:36.093+0000) > > Keep in mind that soft inting is pretty hard to detect compared to typing in chat. > Toxic chat is super easy to spot because the logs are right there as solid evidence of the fact that someone chose to do something against the TOS; soft inting is difficult to spot because there is no solid evidence that they weren't simply playing badly. That's the point, they're focusing on the wrong people, its an online competitive game you're expect to see people get mad, when they're losing game's which are out of their hands. So banning people for being toxic shouldn't really be a thing, expect unless is extreme. But calling, people bad, boosted, crap shouldn't be a cause for a perma ban when you still got people running it down mid. I'd rather have a flamer then a inter any day of the week.
Son of spartar, you're completely right, I just got banned for being toxic, (Which is kinda justified but 14 days without warning WTF?) and it's such a stupid rule. I've had a botlane go 0/10 and buying 6 dorans ring without getting banned. Give me a toxic but good player over a trash player that ruins the experience.
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