Èclair (EUNE)
: > [{quoted}](name=TimurK,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=Vl9NYscy,comment-id=,timestamp=2019-02-11T00:20:44.546+0000) > > And every time I google ''tips to get out of bronze'' there's always some sherlock saying stuff like ''just get better/you're where you belong/don't suck/getting out of bronze is ez/change your attitude''... and yeah I guess they're right but that doesn't really help much :) There are approx 87 100 000 searches for the phase _"how to get out of bronze league"_, all first page results contain useful guides and tips to climb the ladder. But maybe the answer _"just get good"_ is the best solution for your problems. Because for a post about how you're stuck in bronze you focus awfully lot on other people and not yourself. Feeders and afkers can also be part of an enemy team and this usually evens out. What won't even out is your personal skill. You can be carried once or twice but if you really want to climb at a steady pace you need to get better. The only constant is you.
> [{quoted}](name=Èclair,realm=EUNE,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=Vl9NYscy,comment-id=0002,timestamp=2019-02-11T06:37:39.336+0000) > Feeders and afkers can also be part of an enemy team and this usually evens out. What won't even out is your personal skill. Bro, that may be true, or may be not. I played this game for almost 2 years, maining support, and finally I quit because I was sick of being dependend on others for my own success. I had good KPIs (KDA > 4, 60%+ kill participation etcpp.) and never managed to climb "above average". The problem here is that **others destroy your** game, partly on purpose (yes, that's how it is!), and noone on earth needs to endure that if (s)he does not want to. Just vote with your feet and leave. The state of the game now is that it's almost impossible to 1v9 games, if there's no smurf on one team. A lot of changes have been made to "enforce teamplay". So, apart from the fact that all these first search results may be right; you can just decide that you don't need to build up frustration from other guy's bad days or whetever. There's no need to play this game if %%%%heads make you angry. There's a lot of other stuff out there.
Rena (EUW)
: The thing is assists also is not accurate. As a Toplaner for example you will be splitting most of the game and you can win a game with 2/2/2 while having the most mappressure. The thing with not dying is so wrong. Yes you shouldn't die and not throw your lead, but i prefer a player who would do something with his 5/0 lead instead of one who would play passive af because he doesn't wanna ruin his kda. I would REALLY mind if people play for kda because i think playing for kda is one of the worst things a player can do. I used to dodge when i see i have a janna with good kda because i know this janna would just sit behind and do nothing all game. If you play in Dia+ games kda players can solo lose a game with that mindset.
OK you got a point. I forgot to mention kill participation as well.... So a bonus for every 10% maybe? (And of course a good KDA from passive play shouldn't give you more than 10 LP then) Plus a bonus for each objective taken. :)
Rena (EUW)
: Sorry but the KDA idea is terrible. People would play for kda then (which most already do to get better stats on op.gg) and that would be bad. KDA doesn't say much about a persons skill ofc if someone is 0/10 they did bad but a 4/6 player could have contributed alot more to a win then a 10/1 player.
You make the classical mistake to *not* count the number of assists, which also go into the KDA. I used to play support, and I always tried to (and often did) come out with KDA > 4. The main goal aside from winning the game is to *not die*. Whether you get kills or assists is irrelevant for the calculation of the KDA. And I won't mind when the players all go for a good KDA. But I need to admit that there would be games of > 70 minutes cuz nobody wants to finish.... so introduce a timer :)))) Or better, add a multiplier to the LP result depending on the shortness of the game.
Rena (EUW)
: Problem is such a system could be abused hard with wintrading (in higher elo ofc). People would quit way faster and give up way faster or would maybe try to force a teammate into ragequitting so they don't lose LP. I like your idea but the system could be abused alot which i don't like.
I like such approaches in general. However, if you just lower the number of LP when there's a quitter, it **will** be abused for sure. For every new feature which is introduced, people will first find out how to abuse it. In this game, LP are the "currency". So, it's about gaining or losing LP - more like it is about winning or losing. What about making the gain/loss depending on your KDA? If a player has a KDA of >1, (s)he will gain LP, and vice versa. Examples: - a 10/3/8 ADC had +6 KDA. Multiply by <_some base number, let's say 4_> = +24 LP - a 0/5/22 support had +4,xx KDA = +16 LP. - a 2/10/2 midlaner had 0,4 KDA = 1/0,4 * 4 = -10 LP. and so on. Doesn't matter whether it was a win or a lose. That way those players who get trolled all time will over time rise above those who always troll. And the real trolls are sinking to the deepest cellar.
Sacmaicoc (EUW)
: Trolls almost every game
Trolls are poor people who don't have any other joy in life than to get attention by annoying others.... Anyway, in case the champ you picked is considered to be OP, it happens quite some times that (s)he'll get banned anyway, also by your own team. Remember, when such champs are banned and noone selected them, they're OP, and when they're banned while someons on your own team selected them, your team doesn't trust you can play him... However, there should be some communication before. Best case is if someone on your team picks it for you. But such things never happen, as there are no "teams" here. It's just a random collection of frustrated players who all think all others are trolls or noobs. At the end of the day, it is your choice whether or not you want to expose yourself to that crap "community". I decided to quit a while ago. I still like watching the streams very much - but there you see real teamplay. Something which will never happen in the daily ranked world.
JenShen (EUNE)
: > [{quoted}](name=The Colactic,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=gBrFThtm,comment-id=,timestamp=2018-05-21T19:07:10.618+0000) > > Every time I play this game I always end up in the situation where I start wishing people would die irl. That&amp;#039;s not even an exaggeration. I know that if I found out that some of the people I have played with would have died to some car crash etc it would genuinely make me happy. > > How does one avoid this? Stop playing league, This will help, league now belongs to trolls so just leave it be and play something more chill.
Correct. Stop playing. Today. I switched to a different game a little more than a year ago, for other reasons though, and I'm happy :) There is a life without LoL.
Strigina (EUNE)
: You forgot people jump into conclusions way too fast. I have a friend, male one, whos username contains the word "Lady". And people treat him like a woman in game. He witnessed being asked for nudes, being sent to the kitchen or being asked for facebook. People could not know his gender, but lot of them still believed he is a girl. While he has very good time when someone is doing this to him (and it's actually rare, not something happening to him every day), there can be real girls who might not be this thick-skinned.
Strigina (EUNE)
: Maybe not, you can explain if you want to. I am just saying you can safely assume OP's gender from her user name as there litteraly is her name in it and it's clearly female name. Yet I don't find it as "advertising gender" or attention seeking. She just put part of her identity in her in game name.
OK, what I wanted to say is that you can **not** state that the OP is a female just because there's an "anna" in the username. I have a "willi" in my name - do you believe that I am a male? Would you believe me if I say I am a female? Is it important after all? This is virtual world, and people behind the usernames are invisible - much like it is irrelevant to know about the people behind the usernames when you play the game. Everybody can be anybody. That's why I believe OP is a troll when (s)he complains about fellow players. There is no point in telling anybody your gender, and there is no reason to believe it when someone tells you.
Strigina (EUNE)
: I don't know many males named Anna. But maybe you do.
Arzzo (EUW)
: There is way to much toxicity in this game, especially in rankeds.
Strigina (EUNE)
: To be honest, I don't feel like having your irl name as part of in game name is "advertising" anyone's gender. It's just your identity. Unless she is running around telling people "see my summoner's name? Ima girl."
How does the user name indicate anything about gender? I have "Willi" in my name - can you safely tell I am a male? No, I guess OTP Vayne and others assume correctly: (s)he must have advertised that somehow ingame. Which raises the question WHY? There's no point / adavntage / reason whatsoever to do so, and complaining about it here is seeking attention. Maybe the same attention (s)he seeks ingame. Troll?
goilok2 (EUNE)
: Sometimes I just hate playing this game
This is the strongest reason why I quit this game almost a year ago, although the game itself is great. I kinda mained support, and I decided I at some point that I don't need to team up with ignorants. I'm now somewhere else where I can choose whether or not to play with others. Life is very much more relaxed now.
: >a person who has had long experience in a particular field. If you dont have all the champions you have not played this game for a long time.
??? In what way does the number of champs someone has relate to the time played? I also chose those champs I **want** to play, and I don't have them all because I don't **want** to play those I don't have. I've got ~53000 IP, so I won't have a problem buying them for free. And to answer the next question right away: No, I don't want to try all the champs. Takes me too much time to find out I don't like them.
Jsp (EUW)
: > [{quoted}](name=GLurch,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=BAodrlzh,comment-id=0003000000010000000000000000,timestamp=2017-10-23T12:33:59.202+0000) > > Because this game requires other humans. Humans aren&#x27;t perfect, so they do all kinds of stuff. It&#x27;s the same like asking why there are people breaking the law or why people steal others purses. However, if we&#x27;d live in a perfect world where noone ever shouted a bad word or broke a law, I think the world would be rather boring. > On the other hand, if we had noone enforce rules, the world would turn upside-down. Then why can we imperfect creatures behave perfectly in mech warrior online for example? i've played hundreds of matches and only ONCE i got a troll who played muslim music trough mic and killed teammates. That's 1/100 chance of trolls. But in league, i get trolls every game. And i'm not talking about people trolling me, i'm talking about people trolling in general. There is always that one player who will start to feed because teammates refused to surrender ect... You know what i mean.
I know what you mean. I quit this game about 6 monts ago in favor of another one where I can work my way into the ladder myself and not be dependend on ignorant, incompetent, or just unwilling team"mates". You can't carry yourself out of Bronze when you're in Bronze yourself. That's only what the smurfs tell us; maybe I'm too bad and deserve to be there, however my perception is a different one. I'm old enough to have the required understanding of tactics, and I have a good map awareness. Still you need your "team" to win. At least that goes for me. So, I can understand you. And if you want to quit, just do it. No point in posting it here - you read the reactions.
AGENDA (EUNE)
: > [{quoted}](name=GLurch,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=EA7XvIhy,comment-id=0001,timestamp=2017-04-20T11:31:36.021+0000) > > You don&#x27;t always receive feedback. In fact, you very rarely do. So not getting any feedback doesn&#x27;t mean he didn&#x27;t get punished. The Riot Support is also not allowed to tell you the results of your report. > Also, I think it&#x27;s obvious Tyler1 was way worse than that at times. Just mute someone if they flame and don&#x27;t say anything to them back at all. If you respond, it only shows them that they can flame you and you will read it. Recieving feedback means that your report was the final shot i guess...
Praes (EUNE)
: adc main hates supports
Inspired by this one, he? https://boards.euw.leagueoflegends.com/en/c/player-behaviour-en/f7H0NQyR-support-main-hates-adcs Nice a idea, but a bit dull to copy word by word.... I am eager for more of this, like top hates jungler, jungler hates everybody etcppp :-)))
Mada (EUW)
: Support main hates adcs
I stopped playing support in my low ELO. Playing support got me from B2 promos straight back down to B5. Yes, it's all my fault, but I already see that I have more impact on games when I play top or mid, even though my knowledge about the role is at a stage where it was for support one year ago.
abixbg (EUNE)
: aka. most useless report ever because everyone spams this report or feeding...
So, any better suggestions? BTW I don't spam that report.
: Summoners trolling & intentionally feeding when autofilled
Suggestions about what to be put in place?
abixbg (EUNE)
: Giving up @10 min if it's not Ranked. Is that OK for you RIOT!?
report for negative attitude (or "griefing", how they call that now).
: i need someone to help me improve
First of all drop the idea that you know anything about the game. Then focus on 1. Farming (you need to be better than your lane opponent). This is your main sure of gold generation. 2. Objectives. Kills don't win the game. The priority of objectives is inhibitor>baron>turret>dragon>buff. 3. Item build. It might make sense to purchase a defensive item when you have a fed opponent who kills you faster than you can release all the damage you have built. Spirit Visage works wonders against Teemo and Lux.
DinoZooka (EUW)
: Ok thank you so much i will take all of your advice and will use it well.I do get reaally cocky with my games also.I will place more wards i will try not to play as aggressive try to balance passive and aggresive well.Really im just salty and i will fix that.^-^
I can tell you my story. This is my 3rd season; well, in fact the second season where I play a considerable amount of ranked games. I used to play only support in ranked, I had decent KDA, many times >50% kill participtation, I warded like hell, overall I was quite satisfied. Until recently, where within one day where I had a bunch of time to play games, it happened that I dropped from almost "Promo to B2" all the way down to B5 ZERO LP. And @Hansiman, don't come and tell me it was my fault :)) it wasn't. It can't be. I then decided to switch roles. I concluded that support in Bronze makes you too dependent on your team, and that support's impact on the game can't carry you up. I now play top lane and mid as secondary. I for sure have problems with farming, as I never had to do that. That is improving; I'm happy that I many times at least can keep up with my opponent (that is what matters in early game). I play champs which can have an impact, like Trundle and Poppy. Trundle is a great tower cruncher, and many people either don't know him or just understimate him. However, on the new role I am at the point where I was more than a year ago when playing support. You need to learn basically everything anew. But, getting to my point: I already see that I can have more impact on the game with my basic toplane play that I had when playing support. And you, as a jungler, have even more impact. Some youtubers say you need to **have an impact** on the game (you might call it carrying), more than your lane opponent has. That wins you games. And yes, as Hansiman said, it's all about objectives. Kills don't win the game. Another thing I constantly see is that Bronze supports almost **never** get a Sightstone. The jungle is plain dark night. They all build damage, damage, damage. If you look at my recent games, you'll see that in almost all of them I was the one who placed the most wards. That is ridiculous! So, also plainly correct, when u want to win, you need **vision**. As a jungler, always have one or two control wards. And either take that sweeper jungler item, or get a sweeper. I also do that. When there is a Teemo on the enemy, I get an Oracle Sweeper for the mushrooms. You won't believe how many mushrooms I killed (and probably lives I saved). So, under the bottomline, Hansiman is IMO totally correct: Die less and having an impact wins you games. In Bronze, we need to carry. I also agree that Lee Sin is likely too hard for Bronze players. Choose one you feel comfortable with (and who doesn't always get banned), and play **one** champ whenever you can. One last aspect which you need to consider is **how much time** you put into the game. If you want to get to Plat/Diamond, you will be matched against players who don't have a life and maybe play for 8-10 hours -- per day. If you want to compete against them, you'll need to do the same. In other words, for normal people like you and me who maybe have friends, go to work/school and play about 2 or 3 ranked games per day, there is no way to get past Gold. I for myself yould be happy to get to Silver, where I am still in the upper 50% of the playerbase.
Shiwah (EUW)
: ***
And what I'm saying is: is stealing a car **not** a crime when noone witnesses it?
: On a losing streak with Karma
Karma is a great champ, but if you watch high ELO and pro games, they also most of the time lose when there is a Karma on the team. Same happened to me. I see her more as a midlaner than as support; for support ATM Zyra is the better Karma. Playing Karma on midlane gives you a good APC plus some supportive tools, like the team shield boost (maybe I should try that :) ).
Shiwah (EUW)
: ***
You have a valid point here. So the utimate system would be a mix of both worlds, having reports plus a learning or maintined automated system :-) But I still see no ethic aspects in that. It still is about setting rules and breaking rules.
Shiwah (EUW)
: ***
I am quite sure that most of the people who did "something wrong" know that they did. Granted, some don't. Leaving the enforcement to the community (by issuing reports) is IMO worse than putting in an automated detection system which triggers the automated punishment system. The way it is now is like "you have the tools, you need to use it". The tools in place are just not used (enough) to turn the system which is in place into an effective one. However, that is my opinion. But when you read around here and see all the posts about people "not being punished", it IMO indicates that all that is ---- suboptimal. Given that 50% of these rant posts are incorrect, that still leaves us with 50% which an enforcement would detect. I still don't see any relation to ethics here.
Rismosch (EUW)
: > I'd say it doesn not express disrespect Oh, it does. What is more disrespectful than punishing someone and being genuinely happy about it, while still feeling no guilt whatsoever shaming that person publicly? The individual who might've had suffer that toxic players present might be happy about it, because of vengeance, but too many people join the conversation and are happy too, for whatever reason. I mean the punished player did nothing to them, did he? So why are they celebrating his punishment? I want you to imagine yourself in the toxic players situation. You screwed up hard. Maybe you want to start again not doing the same mistake twice. And what do you see the community is doing? Shaming you and disrespecting you. And why did you get punished? Because you were disrespectful yourself. And you got punished for it, while they do the same to you now, while they do not get punished. Is that fair? I think not.
Rismosch (EUW)
: There is one thing about Toxicity that I do not understand
I see it that way: I want to play the game, and I for myself don't want and don't need to spend my free time together with the toxic kind of people. That's why I occasionally report players; I also would do that if there was no Summoner's Code and no ToU and stuff. It's just about me wanting to have a calm game and a nice team. I need to point out however, that I almost **never** have toxic players in my games --- although I am hovering around at the very bottom of the ladder. Talking about respect, that is an interesting aspect. I guess we all respect our teammates and opponents no different from real life when we enter a game. If someone gets toxic and keeps doing so, I would say that this person turns..... somewhat irrelevant to me. That's not about respect, I'd say. I just wouldn't want to have any talks, chats, conversations with that guy --- (s)he moves out of my area of interest. Ignore. Ingame, I would still heal/shield that guy when I play support. It's about the game, not the persons. And hey - it is quite understandable when players who get harrassed a lot (I mean really al lot) are celebrating (as you call it) when one of these people gets punished. I'd say it doesn not express disrespect, but it is an indication that still way too few toxics are being punished. If the system would be better (or people woud not forget to report toxics so often), there won't be celebrations, as consequences won't be that rare.
Shiwah (EUW)
: ***
There is the ToU and Summoner's Code which people agree to when they install and play the game. That is the rule set. The one who sets the rules is entitled (basically obliged) to check and enforce them. It's like "no smoking" in a restaurant, and someone does smoke, but noone is offended. If nobody complains about someone braeking the rules, that doesn't automatically create ethical problems when the rule-setter follows up on his own rules. It's simply about setting rules and enforcing them. Riot does the first, but not the second. The "enforcing" is left to the community by reporting people. And that causes a lot of discussions here.
Mabons (EUW)
: > [{quoted}](name=WilliTheWit,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=EzAREtAE,comment-id=00020000,timestamp=2017-04-06T14:12:09.390+0000) > > That is correct. However, I guess many toxics get away because people just don&#x27;t report them . And I understand it; after a game with extremely toxic people in it, you might just be happy that you can finally and immediately press that QUIT button, and you&#x27;re out. I wonder, if Riot added the ability to quickly tag someone ingame with a "report" tag, then when the game ended and you wanted to quit the lobby you could be prompted to finish the report. Would help me, often I see reportable behaviour but I just outright forget because I'm busy concentrating on how to win.
+1 A really good idea. For reasons of simplicity, IMO it would be enough to show some flag beneath the summoner name in the post-game lobby. But how ever it'd be done, a tag ingame would be great.
angelgod4 (EUNE)
: Where is this community heading to?
And, did **you** report the Amumu? Did you report the Rumble? In any case your reports would be valid. I totally understand your rant; however it's easy to complain about such people. The only thing we can actively contribute is to report such people. Often people forget to do it, which I believe is a good part of the reason that those people are "still around", as we read repeatedly.
Shiwah (EUW)
: ***
> [{quoted}](name=Shiwah,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=EzAREtAE,comment-id=0002,timestamp=2017-04-06T05:21:38.227+0000) > > You&#x27;re basically asking why laws exist, if the police can&#x27;t enforce them... > > The answer is simple. You can&#x27;t always catch someone _in flagrante delicto_, nor punish someone before they did something. That is correct. However, I guess many toxics get away because people just don't report them . And I understand it; after a game with extremely toxic people in it, you might just be happy that you can finally and immediately press that QUIT button, and you're out. I don't know whether or not it is possible to real-time parse a running game's chatlog; but there is so much data collected that I don't think that it is **not** possible. If now there was some watchdog in place which does exactly that, it would work like if someone reported that toxic player. Then the investigation for the known buzzwords is also done. An ingame chat scanner which works according to the same rules like the current punishment system would **truly** reveal the amount of toxicity, plus it would be able to automatically trigger the known punishments.
jSythini (EUW)
: Im intent feeding to see if i get punished 12 straight loses NOTHING!!!!!!!
_"following our jugnlers stealign their camps, semi afk base,stealing cs from our adc etc etc"_ is nowhere near intentional feeding. It may be annoying, perhaps trolling, but not feeding. Post your match history; I also manage to get 12 straight losses without intention. That's not a piece of art. Aaah, wait, spare your efforts; I guess noone here would believe your post from a random different account anyway... :-))
: Look man, You have plenty of tools to learn how to play a champion : Co-Op vs AI, Champion Spotlight videos , Practice Tool and custom game. It seems unreasonable to force other people to suffer because you didn't study up on how to play a champion. For the rest the game has a leveling process for a reason so veteran players won't have to deal with players who don't know the basics of how to play the game. (it still happens but that is the idea)
> [{quoted}](name=Vengeful Newb,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=FQ8Ogz90,comment-id=0002,timestamp=2017-04-05T12:12:43.422+0000) > It seems unreasonable to force other people to suffer because you didn&#x27;t study up on how to play a champion. > He didn't say that. He said _"...if you don't instantly know how to play a new champion."_ It's a pity (and a shame) that new players who just are around LVL 10 feel the need to write such posts.
Wryneck (EUW)
: I was playing a random flex queue game, and realised just how low some people are
Lauralf (EUW)
: Your opinion on a behaviour
Well, standing outside the baron pit while the team does baron and **not** helping is report worthy (griefing or so). After that intentionally feeding as well. I'm only afraid that report leads to nothing; if only it gives you a better feeling it has done its purpose. As for ganking -- hmmmm, there is no birthright for a gank. You could argue that because Lee dind't gank you didn't get any farm / gold / levels etcpp. and in consequence were useless. (I imagine you get flamed for noob instead of getting help from the team...)
Materisna (EUNE)
: I don't get tilted over a loss, What tilts me is losing to a close call match, and then the enemy 0/15 yasuo says "gg ez". That makes we wanna destroy something.
Correct. Hope u report such people. I do.
Zed genius (EUNE)
: that's literally trolling your teammate lol
Might be. But I'd take the risk :-) TBH, I normally don't do that. But I've seen quite a number of people in my low ELO who do it. And I can understand it. Again, it's nothing personal.
Zed genius (EUNE)
: Hey league community
Banning Yasuo is not about the player who wants him; banning Yasuo is a must. Even more when the Yasuo on your team is not picking first. I couldnt care less whether that player has a toxic ego, I have a thick skin. Don't risk a Yasuo being piked by the opponents. In addition, in my low ELO I have yet to see a good Yasuo player on _**my**_ team, while enemy Yasuos always win the game alone..... yes, that is queer, but it is how it is.
Zantenn (EUW)
: The hacker changed the server account ... The account already had RP
In fact it's quite easy if you are right; but like VelowTheOriginal already said, this board can't help you. My account also had been hacked once; I couldn't log in anymore, and later i saw games in my history which I never played. You need to address support for account recobery. They'll require some personal information, certainly email address, account creation date, and very likely dates and items of you last store purchases. If you can provide that, they'll reset your account. At least that's what they did with mine. In that context it should be irrelevant where you account resides. What matters is on which server it is at the time you post the request. Posting it here will not help you.
: Yes, (un)fortunately, the PB systems can change quickly, and Riot often doesn't announce every little change in an official way. In the past, this lead to us Volunteers sometimes being misinformed too, however, this _should_ no longer be the case, because we established a more stable connection with Riot :) --- Whenever we learn about a change, we will update our [Player Behavior Knowledge Base](http://en.volu-eu.org/library.php). So if you're interested, _this_ is probably the only place where everything we know about Player Behavior is condensed in one site. In the future, we'll hopefully create a "recent changes" tab, so you can specifically search for recent updates. (shamelss self-advertisement mode: _off_ )
Well, thanks. I dont see any sense in removing that, however. It should people make **not** spam reports. But apparently it doesn't matter, or they dont care.
: Greetings. You seem to have a little misunderstanding about the report system in general, so let me try to clean this up a bit ^^ --- >I don't think the current support system can handle the amount of toxicity in low levels. It can, because the [Instant Feedback System](http://en.volu-eu.org/pbkb_general_user_view.php?art=7) is fully automated. One report will start an investigation of that players behavior. If enough evidence and history is found to justify a punishment, the action will be taken within a few minutes. One report is all it takes, and there's no way to issue "too many" reports to handle. >I'm aware you will be set on low priority on your report option if you report to much. I'm pretty sure everyone reaches that limit within the first week right now. That's actually not true anymore, report value doesn't exist anymore. As I said above, one report will trigger an investigation, that doesn't cost a lot of resources, so using it too much is not a big deal, unless you intentionally report people who did nothing wrong.
> [{quoted}](name=Torpedosheep,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=53p8isMR,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2017-03-30T10:28:42.085+0000) > report value doesn&#x27;t exist anymore. I read repeatedly here that false report do lower your "report value". So, what is true? I guess the automated system doesn't really want people to spam false report, does it?
D3Di (EUW)
: Ty man, nice (or maybe not nice) to hear you face similar troubles. The funny thing is, that i made the same post in german boards and everyone there is flaming me. Feelsgood to get some positive feedback here
Why should they flame you? Don't see a reason.
D3Di (EUW)
: Ty man, nice (or maybe not nice) to hear you face similar troubles. The funny thing is, that i made the same post in german boards and everyone there is flaming me. Feelsgood to get some positive feedback here
haha jetz rat mal, wo ich herkomme :-)))
: That gives me some hope too. ;) But it still feels like they are one step behind if they focus on after something happened instead of encouraging more people not to flame!
well what should they do **before** something happens? I also don't really believe that this playerbase can be "educated" in some way. Education is the job of your parents, and not of a game provider. There's people here who say that harder punishments lead to nothing; these people just open new accounts. I guess that is true, but I would hope that if a banned player opens the 4th new account and has to grind himself up to LVL30 time and time again in oder to destroy ranked games again, he would get tired of that at some point.
Xick (EUW)
: Intentional feedingl,
Let me think about it: When I try a new champ, I have yet to manage to die 11 times in 10 minutes. And I'm Bronze and a noob. The highest number I have in mind about my own deaths on an unused champo is about 5 or 6 in 15 minutes. Also not more on a used champ in a very hard matchup (and I played support!). So, yes, I'd consider that intentional.
Ryoh (EUNE)
: I know, it's called the truth. No one likes it. I could also let him cry on my shoulder, but he won't improve like that. I advise you to do the same as I told him to do if you're struggling. Good luck :3
I also can't hear that _it's your fault; look at yourself_ any more. I played support in low ELO, had constant stats, and since a couple of weeks only lost games. Not only because of trolls, but because of people who don't care.... That sentence is valid when everyone tries his best; support is much team-reliant in low ELO, and myself being the constant factor in all my games still brought me from almost B2 straight back down to B5 ZERO LP. That shall be my fault? Never ever. I now change roles, as I don't see a chance to carry as support. It's just not possible. And I suspoect (like LowBird said) it's because of the matchmaking. At least more like because of your own skill.
D3Di (EUW)
: Actual misperception of normal games
+1 I am currently learing / training a new role and get my hands back on some champs. And I agree with you. I mostly played ranked with some exceptions, and now I am playing way more normals to not spoil ranked games for others. But really dude, what we can see in some of those normal games is just hilarious. And the argument "it's **just a normal**" should be a reportable offense. Yes, you don't get LP for this; still it is about winning. I totally understand people like you who don't play ranked and feel there are days when you can't play one decent game....
: I agree with you that trolling is worse than flaming. I have always just muted flaming people/Ignored them/ Tried to be positive.
that's exactly the point. there is a tool to get rid of flame chat, but there's no tool against trolls. sad. what gives me hope is that i recently received 5 feedback notifications within 4 days. and I didn't report flamers, as I have none (except one); I reported trolls. so, the report system seems to work. but it takes way more time to filter out a troll than it takes to recognize a hard flamer.
: LoL the biggest troll game ever
Greetings. I never had crashes with the new client; there were lags here and there, which are way better since 7.6. And I don't have a state-of-the-art computer. Maybe try the _repair_ function. Or a complete swipe and re-install. If you do reinstall, completely delete the game's folder tree afterwards. There is a lot of garbage flying around in the LOL directories.
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