: Riot's banning system is interesting.
If someone was flaming you, it's 90% you caused them to, taunting is very bad and unsportsmanlike, saying things like 'ez', 'noob' and etc. can easily bring a losing player into tantrum.
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: RIOT GIVE ME BACK THE GAME, GIVE ME BACK THE PRIVILEGE TO PLAY WITHOUT THE AFK BAN!1h30m for 5 games
1. Calm down 2. Where is the screenshot though? 3. It can happen if you mess with your connection or something is messed up between your provider and riot host. 4. Usually you do ALT + F4 and reenter the game, LeaverBuster is very bad and poorly optimized system so it cannot detect internet or hardware problems, but it flags you as leaver. 5. Riot can actually lift the LeaverBuster, but they won't since they are unfriendly, and because you do not make impact on their popularity such as Tyler1 and other streamers who swear and intent to rage on the stream. Last tip: If you are unsure with your connection, you have practice tool where you can test your CPU and GPU load by spamming minions and spells, and you can test your connection. Or simple do this open "cmd" type this "ping 104.160.141.3" (without the caption)
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: > [{quoted}](name=ToniHavoc,realm=EUW,application-id=00edEA0o,discussion-id=WKrHFx0R,comment-id=,timestamp=2018-07-31T15:06:14.453+0000) > > Today I had to left my game during storm, after few hours I logged back in and saw the "Leaverbuster" message First things first. The Leaverbuster is just an automatic punishment for those that leave games, whatever the reason. However, to my knoweldge it won't be enough to permanently suspend your account, unless you try really, **really** hard. Second, if the storm started out of nowhere, then there's nothing you can do about it. Just leave the game if you feel like your machine is in danger. On the other hand, if you knew a storm was coming, then you only have yourself to blame for starting a new game. *** > [{quoted}](name=ToniHavoc,realm=EUW,application-id=00edEA0o,discussion-id=WKrHFx0R,comment-id=,timestamp=2018-07-31T15:06:14.453+0000) > > so I am asking a Riot employee what if lightning had struck my PC? Would Riot buy me a new one? I don't need to work for Riot to answer that one. Unless you live in a rural area, a storm wouldn't fry your machine. For a few reasons. First, at least where I live, most cities have lightning rods, which prevent striking of households. Second, even if the lighting rod doesn't "attract" the thunder and you're unfornutate enough to be hit by it, it's likely your home has security measures for that. If you live in a city, then likely your home won't **ever** be struck by lightning. Which begs the question: how many times has your home been struck by it in the last, say, 10 years? Another question, because I'm a curious guy: did you disconnect **every** electric device in your house, or just your computer?
Storm came out of nowhere, it was said that it will be roasting day, lighting struck 20 m away from my house that was the main reason I left the game, also I turned off TV,WiFi adapter,homephone and everything else that was on.
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