: Does Gangplank need early game buffs ?
I do thank you for giving your time and opinions regarding the matter
: If any buff happens to gp that isn't like a mana cost down he will be broken and never unbanned to play so i'd say work with what you've got now
arguably i d say they did buff his passive and it didnt change anything on the contrary a mana decrease on for example his w would give him way to much of sustain on lane
el barno (EUW)
: No he's fine. after he gets a few levels he can easily clear waves and scale into his late game, he also gets global map presence pretty early in the game. He should have a weak phase in the game. Unlike yasuo and riven he's also still useful if your team is behind
im not saying he is that terrible of a champion he is clearly not just a buff that allows him to actually trade with his enemy laner like the one on the passive as i said maybe reducing the burning effect with 2s
el barno (EUW)
: No he's fine. after he gets a few levels he can easily clear waves and scale into his late game, he also gets global map presence pretty early in the game. He should have a weak phase in the game. Unlike yasuo and riven he's also still useful if your team is behind
im not saying he is that terrible of a champion he is clearly not just a buff that allows him to actually trade with his enemy laner like the one on the passive as i said maybe reducing the burning effect with 2s
: im not saying he is that terrible of a champion he is clearly not just a buff that allows him to actually trade with his enemy laner like the one on the passive as i said maybe reducing the burning effect with 2s
just a slight buff to give him a trade potential on t levels 1-5 for example
el barno (EUW)
: No he's fine. after he gets a few levels he can easily clear waves and scale into his late game, he also gets global map presence pretty early in the game. He should have a weak phase in the game. Unlike yasuo and riven he's also still useful if your team is behind
im not saying he is that terrible of a champion he is clearly not just a buff that allows him to actually trade with his enemy laner like the one on the passive as i said maybe reducing the burning effect with 2s
: just put them on notice doesnt mean i take them seriously my dude relax its quite different actually taking offense on them
Do you really think someone would care about an internet troll i mean unless one is actually %%%%%%ed to take seriously some dude on the internet so chill :)
Fathands (EUW)
: > wow more personal attacks You serious? I thought personal attacks were your game, so I was playing along. But i totally forgot that this is 2017 and people cant stand being told they are bad at something.
just put them on notice doesnt mean i take them seriously my dude relax its quite different actually taking offense on them
: wow more personal attacks anyways they did buff his early game but the buff just sucks thats what i am saying
its way to insignificant of what they wanted to achieve with it and to clarify it for you the 15 damage trial by fire(passive) at all damage was supposed to give him a trade window at early ranks . they tried to buff him they just didnt do enough . like a 2 second burn with that damage d be a better buff than a 4 second burn for example
Fathands (EUW)
: It's not, but there is no valid argument to why buffing his early game is something that needs to be done. You're just a salty ass dude who can't even bear the fact that he sucks at a champion.
wow more personal attacks anyways they did buff his early game but the buff just sucks thats what i am saying
: the winrate waves from 48% to 50 % that s not the winrate of a decent champion wow personal attacking not impressed his winrate post 40 mins is slightly above 50% wow what a great winrate for a hypercarry
let see vayne another hyper carry 40+ mins winrate 55%
: so apperently the winrate is everything hh that s one way to argue over a champion
the winrate waves from 48% to 50 % that s not the winrate of a decent champion wow personal attacking not impressed his winrate post 40 mins is slightly above 50% wow what a great winrate for a hypercarry
: so apperently the winrate is everything hh that s one way to argue over a champion
the winrate waves from 48% to 50 % that s not the winrate of a decent champion wow personal attacking not impressed
Fathands (EUW)
: > u dont quit seem to understand the problem that i am addressing Oh shit, something you are right on. I don't see how we need to buff the early game of a hypercarry who hasn't dipped below 50% winrate in the last 4 patches. But I do totally understand that you want him buffed because you aren't a good enough player to make him work.
so apperently the winrate is everything hh that s one way to argue over a champion
Fathands (EUW)
: Damn pulling the autism card so fast huh? Doesn't make any sense to argue with you since you resort to insults this fast. but you answerd your question yourself somewhere in that wall of text. Go look for it. Have a good one, Fathands.
u dont quit seem to understand the problem that i am addressing even though its quite obvious in the title and i totally forgot that this is 2017 and people cant stand being called names .i do seem to forget that quite often really
: early game buff for a hyper carry ? u mean like the time when they buffed twitch and tristana by giving them items which they can very well abuse . or the time when they made vayne s tumble usable on turrets
so you are saying that i am whining about a champion that clearly has been shit tier for the last year
Perilum (EUW)
: Beside that you want an early game buff for an hyper carry champ, which is absolute nonsense in the first place, you shouldn't insult people. Or you may open your next thread as an whine thread about your penalty.
early game buff for a hyper carry ? u mean like the time when they buffed twitch and tristana by giving them items which they can very well abuse . or the time when they made vayne s tumble usable on turrets
Rioter Comments
: I'm afraid comparing yourself (or your punishment) to others won't lead you anywhere. You broke the rules, you got punished for it. That's the main message you should take away from this incident. I know it's very tempting to put yourself in the role of the victim. Why did I get a punishment while this guy who also broke the rules probably didn't? Wow, what a shitty system, it's flawed and unfair, I didn't deserve this! That's more or less what you are thinking right now, right? But I'm afraid you are wrong at one point: You DID deserve this! Like I said before, the main logic here is very simple: You broke the rules and you got punished for it. That's as fair as it gets! Now lets talk about the other guy. First of all: You have no clue whether he got punished or not, you simply don't know! Every theory about him not getting punished is purely speculation, you have absolutely NO way to know that. 99% of all punishments for toxicity are chat restrictions and you have absolutely no way to detect this punishment from the outside, it's completely invisible for anyone but the punished player. If he was very toxic in chat the chances that he got punished are extremely high, even if you are not informed about it. The scale/severity of a punishment mainly depends on what kind of violation it was and whether or not the player already has a "history". Bans for toxicity are mainly reserved for repeated offenders. Since chat restrictions are simply more effective at improving peoples behavior, this is the main punishment Riot uses for chat toxicity. Immediate bans for toxicity without any previous history are theoretically possible, but are only used for super extreme cases of incredibly toxic behavior (like REALLY nasty racism and similar stuff). Intentionally feeding is dealt with a bit differently, the minimum punishment is a 14 day ban. There are several reasons for that. First of all it's simply harder to detect. The line between feeding and intentionally feeding is blurry, which makes it very hard to be 100% sure that someone actually fed intentionally. So on the rare occasion where you catch an intentional feeder, the punishment should be crystal clear and hit like a truck. In addition intentionally feeding is nothing you do in the heat of the battle. When things get super frustrating and adrenaline kicks in, people might have a weak moment where they write something in chat that they would normally never write. That's no excuse of course, but it's kind of understandable and very hard to prevent. Intentionally feeding however is completely conscious act that is performed over a longer time frame, way longer than a sudden peak of adrenaline could explain. It's a conscious decision to the ruin the game for 4 or 9 other players with exactly that purpose. It's no sudden emotional reaction, it's not a loss of control, it's fully intentional with the very clear purpose to harm other people. That's why it's punished so harshly. I hope this point of view helps you to know how you are supposed to feel about this. You deserved your punishment. And of course the other dude also deserved the punishment he most likely got. Just see it as what it was: A mistake. You made a mistake. What you did was simply wrong and you were not in any way justified to do it; you behaved like a jerk. But hey, mistakes happen. This doesn't make you a bad person, this makes you a person who made a mistake. Make sure you deal with it appropriately. Accept the fact that you did the wrong thing here and learn from it instead of pointing your finger at other people or a flawed system. Making a mistake doesn't make you a bad person. Denying your mistake and not changing anything however would make you a bad person. So make sure you deal with this like the grown up and intelligent person you probably are. Merry Christmas.
yes i did behave like a jerk i accept that im not playing the victim i accept the ban the probe is here why did the other guy not get punished for an offence at the first time of doing it *maybe similar way i did ?
: Please mute him then, to prevent things like this.
tell me how can you mute at champion select ?
Axisdeus (EUNE)
: It's always the one next to you, what is with this need, this urge, this craving of seeing others in pain as well when one's in pain?!...well, for now you're the one being punished, so you got to deal with the consequences of your OWN actions. His time will come, provided people use that "useless" report function, don't you worry. Seems to have worked in your case. though.
it just seems all out random though
: a t the reasons for the suspension was only this game i played no other
only this one single game
: > one of my teammates was flaming So just because one guy in the team is flaming you, you decide to ruin the game for **everyone** ? I'm sorry, but don't you think this is quite selfish ? There are 3 other people on your team who did nothing wrong (at least nothing to provoke you). Your actions affected way more people than you intended. The collateral damage is definitely not worth the sense of "justice" you feel when ruining the game for one flamer. --- Apart from that, there's 5 people on the enemy team too, they most likely don't enjoy playing a 4v5 because you decided to give up.
it doesnt bother me the sense of justice or anything look the problem is here if i get a 14 day suspension for only one game i int feed then why doesn t the other guy or whomeevr get banned for a similar offence such as flaming griefing ect
: >You wouldn't get suspended on your first offence. That's not quite correct. While toxicity related punishments are indeed **rarely** caused by just one game (_Chat Restrictions** always** have multiple games of toxicity_), the Feederbuster does indeed punish players with a 14-day ban for just one detected game of feeding. Despite what many players claim, Riot does punish feeders, and they do it swiftly. --- The rest of your response is of course right, I just wanted to correct that part ^^
a t the reasons for the suspension was only this game i played no other
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