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Pope Alex (EUW)
: Not even sure how to call this topic
KK, thread resolved. PS: Still, "might be" is not enough to have the automated message be so presumptuous and wrong :< Ty Shiwah
Pope Alex (EUW)
: Not even sure how to call this topic
Let me just quote you the entire thing because you sound like that text really doesn't matter: "Your recent behavior isn't in line with how most League of Legends players act. You have been recently reported for (X) We know everyone has bad days, but remember to take it easy and make sure you're being sportsmanlike." If it's an automated message, SirSoap then it shouldn't imply these things if they are wrong. Target audience of message is irrelevant if other audiences are liable to get that message. I also don't wanna be rude going into a game, but I also don't wanna be taught the way I'm supposed to behave. If I get punished for my behavior, so be it, obviously it wasn't in line with what the company wants it to be. Still no reason to treat people like they aren't responsible for their own behavior and need to be taught. Wow at that women's voting rights comment. It's a pretty steep comparison, I'll just fare safely and not touch that, you win that point. I'd like to remind you, though, that being an asshole is not just an internet phenomenon. I guess that Riot can do whatever they want with their game. EDIT: @Aezander: I know for a fact that what you are quoting is false. Some people play a single game, don't do anything that is worth a punishment (and thus don't get punished), but the alert still pops up a minute after the game is over. Either there is a very motivated Riot employee who literally after the game ended figured out the 4-man premade reports were truthful and sent out the alert, or these alert are not valid.
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