Even of all the good that Teemo did...
It doesn't matter.
What does matter is that to them (HIgh elo players), justice was done. You see a just world is a sane world. There was nothing sane about Chernobyl (NightBlue3).
To be a non-meta low elo player is to be naive. We are so focused on our search for new strategies, we fail to consider how few high elo meta slaves actually wants us to find it. But it is always there, whether we see it or not, whether we choose to or not. the truth (innovation) doesn't care about our needs and wants. It doesn't care about our governments (Riot Games), our ideologies (Twitch streamers), our religion (Profesional League players LCS, LEC, LCK etc.). It will lie in wait for all time. And this, at last, is the gift of Chernobyl (Riot Games + NightBlue3).
Where I once would fear the cost of truth (being off meta player), now I only ask: what is the cost of lies (being meta slave)?
Cut the phone lines (Ban Nubrac). Contain the spread of misinformation (The truth of freedom, innovation and diversity).
The Pain is unimaginable... To play your best and still get suspended because of it.
In three days to three weeks you're dead (banned)
What happened on the night of the accident?
- Riot employee: "You think the right question will give you the truth (the suspension of Nubrac)? There is no truth."
What happened then (the conflict between NightBlue3 and Nubrac)... What happened after (the suspense of Nubrac)... All of it (Riot Games + NightBlue3 + High elo players vs Nubrac and the whole community)... All of it... Madness (this whole situation).
I just noticed how Chernobyl's plot is very similar to this situation. Riot games are Communistic leaders, NightBlue3 is Comrade Dyatlov, Other streamers high elo players like IWillDominate, WingsOfDeath, Doublelift are KGB system of Riot's communistic regime. Comrade Legasov is Nubrac. The whole community is both comrade Boris Shcherbina and Ulana Khomyuk. The community is like Boris because at first they think that this Teemo is just troll, but later once they realize that he's not, they're supporting him. And well the community is like Ulana Khomyuk because she was insisting to know and tell the truth much like our most part of community.
In my personal opinion I believe the ban was wrong. Mainly because you shouldn't abuse your power as a streamer to get someone banned. It's poor behavior and it tells us that NightBlue3's parents didn't teach him a lesson. Just like in laws everyone has to follow them, but we also have to follow our own morale code and there was no morality in NightBlue3 or Riot Games.