Jansuo (EUNE)
: Not Even As a Computer Science Graduate Can I Understand The Way The Remake System is Programmed
You don't really need a huge IQ to code it. Just a pinch of love for what you do. That's where the difference between people who **ONLY** do this for money and those who do this because they have intense passion for it lies. Trust me, lately you can relate Riot to the first type. I assume the issue lies on their terrible code structure.
: > [{quoted}](name=KestrelGirl,realm=NA,application-id=6kFXY1kR,discussion-id=PAEEsOvZ,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2019-09-15T01:31:43.657+0000) > > That HAS to have been either Mecha Sol or Dunkmaster Ivern. There's just no other answer. Or a similarly flopped release a longer time ago. Stellari was quite clear in saying that the skin they were referring to was great.
To be honest, you can't stress the 'great' there and embrace it as a reason to deny those skins. Considering its sales weren't that big, there's no real way of saying if it is globally seen as "great" or if it just lies above the median line. She can see it as a great skin, but the majority may believe it is of low-quality type. It's all based on subjectivity. Her judgment may also have been affected by the fact she saw the production line of the skin and saw how much effort the team put into it. You can't just snap your fingers and say it's universally great. End of story. If everyone really loves the skin and finds it amazing, it's gonna have moderate sales, not as terrible as those she listed.
: He is not staff, that is the point. Go to any other subboard he has happened to comment on and he doesn't have the tag. The tag only shows up here, on the PB board. His tag just shows that he cna be knowledgeable in the section herl has it in. If you feel he overstepped, which I agree he did to a point; then report it, go create a topic on Discuss the Boards, or go to the Boards Discord. I did none and simply gave him my opinion in a respectful manner so he may consider self correcting.
He doesn't seem that knowledgeable. I was also basing myself on this post: https://boards.na.leagueoflegends.com/en/c/general-discussion/OwEni6pH-what-is-a-specialist-and-why-am-i-one - He still has some kind of connection to the respective staff of the boards, be it in helping or in suggestions. And if that's indeed true, then he sure as hell doesn't deserve it at all. This wasn't a single overstep, you can see him acting like this (a jerk) in multiple messages across this thread. And in many other ones where he occasionally decides the persons who created them are not fully right. You stated your opinion, look at his response - Totally coming from someone who's open-minded, it seems? Reporting him to the moderation would be like asking Riot Support for a human response. Close to the impossible.
: He isn't a "staff" member though. He is just a community member.
What community member? If he is a community member why does he have a tag that represents a connection, even if small, to the management of this boards. He might have no power, but he's a role of example. If he was just a community member, then his tag could go fuck itself and just leave nothingness in its place, like every normal member has. If he fails to be an example and pretends he is superior to anyone else with his passive-aggressive and arrogant attitude, then he doesn't deserve that title. Simple as that. Take it as you will, and blind yourself believing he can just do that without any repercussions.
rujitra (NA)
: LOL. Riot has confirmed **multiple times** that your ban was properly placed. You wanting to be allowed to troll without getting banned doesn't mean they're not doing things correctly. I just wish moderators would get you off the boards already - your threads here are just spam or trolling - just like your videos.
I also wish moderators got your specialist status taken away from you. Nice passive-aggressive attitude for a representative member of the _staff_ by the way. Totally handing out the example right here.
: Eternals Feedback Thread: Set 1 Uniques
Why come here posting some "changes" when you don't even address the real elephant in the room: Your RP paywall? Everyone complains about it, but you act like everything's fine. What point of Eternals being a pure result of lazy work and lack of creativity don't you understand? If I wanted to check those stats I could easily open any third-party website for that; god, even Match History transmits more information than that garbage. With you it's always the same. You even dare to create a post stating you listen to our feedback when all you end up doing is lie blatantly to all of us. In the name of the people who recognize your mischievous attempts to manipulate everyone into buying a stat-panel for EACH champion: **_Fuck Eternals_**. And quite frankly? **_Fuck your philosophy_**.
rujitra (NA)
: Danish is not a supported language. The term said was evaluated against the supported languages of the server.
Who cares about if it is supported or not? If I put a server available to an enormous region that comprises multiple nationalities, how can I not expect them to speak those same languages between one another? The only reason everything is in English is because it is an international language that serves as a way to penetrate the wall of incomprehension between two distinct languages. There is no rule stating you cannot speak your own language. Not in the Summoner Code not even in the Terms of Use. Besides, a statement in the ToS consists on the following paragraph: v. Transmitting or communicating any content which, in the sole and exclusive discretion of Riot Games, is deemed offensive, including language that is unlawful, harmful, threatening, abusive, harassing, defamatory, vulgar, obscene, sexually explicit, or racially, ethically, or otherwise objectionable; This hereby indicates that Riot, under their own discretion, will determine if something is or is not deemed offensive. Which, pretty much allows us to point the fingers at them for, and again, under their own discretion, determining that the Danish language is completely irrelevant and English up-stands any other language - _**Even if these two languages collide on identical words with disparate meanings**_. As the OP stated: that's completely xenophobic and anglocentric; not slightly, not a little, not median, just an extreme of "too much". You, as a specialist that represents a percentage this boards' staff, coming here with an authoritarian attitude and forcing us to guide any other language into archaism during our times of peaceful gameplay just shows how far this moderation team has gone. You have repeated yourself like six or seven times in a row, stating only this sentence, direct or indirectly: "English is the only thing authorized to use" and rendering all arguments against yours irrelevant. So, please, stop repeating yourself and counter-argument with something more meritorious and definitely worth our attention.
: People: Real talk. How do you guys even manage to get banned?
I start to believe this system is being more and more lenient with those who keep flaming. No joke, it's not the first time I witness someone with a prior 14-day ban in his record, getting another 14-day ban. Either this company needs the current players so badly that they don't even perma ban anymore, or this automated system is getting dumber by the day. Either way, this company sucks.
: Honestly, gotta agree. This just ain't worth it, and Riot's more or less earned the blowback on this. Either there's a lot more to it we're missing, or Riot's gonna have to answer for it. I'm similarly usually supportive of Riot- I don't think the game's dying, I think the boards are too much of a vitriolic, click-baity, hate-mongering echo chamber for Riot to properly communicate, and I honestly believe Riot has the best intentions regarding balance- but this? This is honestly just a cash grab, and it throws a lot of what they've done throughout the year in a rather negative light. But it isn't the first time Riot's faced some negative backlash, and like those times prior I hope they'll listen and concede the point. But given everything that's been going on, I really am starting to think they need to take another look at who's making these kinds of decisions. And **no**, it isn't Tencent. Riot has repeatedly established that Tencent leaves them to their own devices, since Riot knows well enough how to keep their own game running and making money. We would've heard a lot more whistleblowing to the contrary otherwise. It's been years since Tencent bought Riot, people need to get the fuck over it.
> [{quoted}](name=SkyblazeHydraX3,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=wAZuLcrO,comment-id=0003,timestamp=2019-08-13T23:42:39.054+0000) > > Honestly, gotta agree. This just ain't worth it, and Riot's more or less earned the blowback on this. Either there's a lot more to it we're missing, or Riot's gonna have to answer for it. > > I'm similarly usually supportive of Riot- I don't think the game's dying, I think the boards are too much of a vitriolic, click-baity, hate-mongering echo chamber for Riot to properly communicate, and I honestly believe Riot has the best intentions regarding balance- but this? This is honestly just a cash grab, and it throws a lot of what they've done throughout the year in a rather negative light. > > But it isn't the first time Riot's faced some negative backlash, and like those times prior I hope they'll listen and concede the point. But given everything that's been going on, I really am starting to think they need to take another look at who's making these kinds of decisions. > > And **no**, it isn't Tencent. Riot has repeatedly established that Tencent leaves them to their own devices, since Riot knows well enough how to keep their own game running and making money. We would've heard a lot more whistleblowing to the contrary otherwise. It's been years since Tencent bought Riot, people need to get the fuck over it. The fact they are beginning to incline to a more "cash-grab" attitude, shows in the very end that this game is dying. Every single thing they are doing only leads to disaster. I wish Ascension became available for once in its life, just so I could play it all day. But you know what we are going to get, in like 4 or 5 months? ARURF, and more ARURF and then ... guess what? Even more ARURF. There's no fucking diversity in this useless game anymore. People get tired of Normals slash Rankeds slash ARAM, but apparently Riot does not. They only introduce skins and more skins, every single feature they put, either comes bugged, doesn't change a thing, or ... like this one, is ridiculously designed to cash-grab their most devoted players. I got tired of this shit long ago, and I have stopped playing this garbage because of the reasons above. One day or other I log in and play one or two games. But that's just it, I don't feel like playing it anymore. Their game is, indeed, dying. It's obvious as hell. Passes are beginning to get progressively more expensive. Every mission is based on grinding until you are brought to exhaustion in its physical form. Their balance design is totally directed to preserve LC$ superiority over anything. I just know something: People are gonna stop playing this, because we all have limits. And this company certainly does not want you to keep playing it, unless you are in the LC$ main screen. Defend it all you want, call me anything. I just know it's true. League's successful-time died long ago. And while Riot should have tried to improve the game, they killed it (I honestly think everything they did after the Client, only kept pushing LOL down-hill)
: Riot doesn't give a shit about Twisted Treeline because even back the last time it was adjusted, the _players_ didn't give a shit about it. And now the couple thousand people who play it are sad it's leaving. It'll be gone, they'll be sad, and players who like the real game will move on.
> [{quoted}](name=The Ecdysiast,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=e6Zr73Zs,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2019-08-04T01:55:02.652+0000) > > Riot doesn't give a shit about Twisted Treeline because even back the last time it was adjusted, the _players_ didn't give a shit about it. > > And now the couple thousand people who play it are sad it's leaving. It'll be gone, they'll be sad, and players who like the real game will move on. What real game? SR or TFT? At this point I pretty much believe it is the latter.
: if you knew the basics of how winrate works you would know we dont just use winrates. its winrates WITH pickrates that make the stat meaningful. low winrate low pickrate overall? the champion is guarunteed weak for the current meta. low winrate high pickrate? assuming the champion is mechanically challenging, this should be normal if its ~49%. if its less then they become a candidate for a buff, although this one varies by champion. high winrate low pickrate? champion is usually too underused to make a claim for either side due to a low pool to draw stats from. but if katarina has a high winrate and pickrate, for people that DONT EVEN MAIN HER, there is a serious problem.
Well ... reading your message, I don't even know why we have a balance team at this point ... Let's just check a website and make a thread raging about a champion whose only way of winning the game is by being in her second home (bot lane). She starts snowballing aggressively as soon as her enemies make a mistake, she punishes mistakes ... that was her nature all along. What the heck is your problem now? Besides, I don't see op.gg nor champion.gg stating 54% win rates.
Hotarµ (NA)
: Does that situation suck? Of course. Are there games where you should surrender? Yeah, probably. Is it ever acceptable to AFK or leave? No, never. When you're in queue and you press accept, you agree to play the game out until a Nexus explodes. You can try to justify it however you want but at the end of the day AFKing is wrong and against the rules. If you want to keep AFKing, that's on you. Eventually you're just going to lose your account.
You don't lose accounts for AFKing. You only get up to 20 minutes of low-priority queue. Nothing else.
: getting zero items in the opening rounds and then being forced to ride it out feels like trash
Wanna talk about re-rolling 24 times (yes I tried that shit just to see how r%%%%%ed this RNG shit is) and only getting ANY of the champions you currently have in the table twice? Should have just deleted the five silver champs I had for the new champions the RNG system had just "bias(ed)" on. Still wonder how I got to 2nd.
: > [{quoted}](name=Eternal Torment,realm=EUW,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=beqWHrTu,comment-id=0001,timestamp=2019-07-03T04:12:31.602+0000) > > Malphite-Orianna-Yasuo wombo. > > Every teamfight was someone's pentakill You lie, there is no game where a Yasuo doesen't feed!
> [{quoted}](name=SuicidePlank,realm=EUW,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=beqWHrTu,comment-id=00010000,timestamp=2019-07-03T04:13:33.057+0000) > > You lie, there is no game where a Yasuo doesen't feed! Well ... Yasuo does get his powerspike ... eventually ... Feeding is already part of the strategy
rujitra (NA)
: This is untrue. If you continue spreading misinformation, I don't think the moderators will hesitate to remove your ability to do so.
Why are you even indirectly threatening him? He has the right to express his opinion (or view) on the matter, regardless of the way you see it. So long it doesn't insult others. This boards is located specifically in a region where freedom of speech is authorized (like any other). Don't come here with authoritarian and close-minded attitudes, please.
: That's how it was in NA like 2 days ago and everything's fine now. Like, relax. It's just a lot of new content happening at once. This stuff happens all the time in all online video games.
> [{quoted}](name=l Ryden l,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=NYz6p3wc,comment-id=0002,timestamp=2019-06-30T18:14:06.048+0000) > > That's how it was in NA like 2 days ago and everything's fine now. Like, relax. It's just a lot of new content happening at once. This stuff happens all the time in all online video games. Ehhhh ... no. Your issues were fixed in no time. EUW's? Keep waiting. It has been prolonging ever since the patch started and they don't give a jack shit about it. The entire saturday ... and look ... they have done absolutely nothing, all because they can't. People paid for a pass and they can't even play the game. They refuse to put a single penny into increasing server capacity and honing all the troubleshooting, but I guess that's already part of their signature. Incompetence, for the most part.
Stone766 (NA)
: Riot, please DON'T remove Qiyana's jungling capabilities
I honestly believe her main role should be jungle. Her entire design compasses the entirety of the jungle theme. I don't see why they should take that away.
Haze97 (EUW)
: I am giving up Katarina.
I am gonna go ahead and give my two cents on this. I seriously agree she is fun to play with (maybe not as fun to play against when you pick the wrong champion, but I guess that's already a core-design part of this game). Either way, I seriously have to stress your words when it comes to comparing Katarina with others assassins. That's when we have a real problem. You see Talon and Zed literally bringing Mage's armor into a negative output, and as if that was not enough ... they can just build defensive items and still keep up with their expected damage. LeBlanc can just engage in and out in a blink of an eye and play as safe as she wants in her lane. She dictates the whole laning phase. Not to mention her passive, which is just another getaway (out of the two she has on her R and W). Now, I am not gonna say Katarina is entirely weak. She is not. But in certain matchups, if you are being harassed the entire laning phase. That's it. You are being harassed the entire laning phase, no alternatives, no questions asked. The only way of you getting back on your feet is if your jungle decides to care about you, or their bot lane is stupid enough to play ahead without vision. I only have to complain about her E cooldown. It's just tremendously stupid having a 3 second cooldown in early game, especially after you pick your daggers. Even if you E W Q, it takes about 2 seconds to complete that combo. And it's just it: One combo. Something your enemy will eventually get used to. The moment you jump on that dagger to punish a positioning mistake, you are gonna get punished by the enemy's minions and by him. The only way of compensating that is by either trying to AA him or just ... wait for the 3 (or 2) seconds to expire and E out ASAP. But there's one problem with AA'ing as a melee. It's so clunky and terrible. Minion block is so freaking bad, that if all your enemy's minions (or even yours) are agglomerated on your dagger-E-region, you can call that dagger a waste. Unless you really wanna risk it out. Either way, I can only say her kit's so clunky as hell, that only around level 11-12 you actually start feeling some fluency in it. Until then, you are just there ... with those 3 seconds (or 2) following you, because Riot decided to nerf her to the ground when she was reworked. Guess that's the only thing this balance team's good at. Killing champions or overbuffing them.
: got my friend permabannede - he blocked me on every media - did I do the right thing?
Based on many other posts around here. You did the right thing, regardless of whatever he says (in case he ends up saying anything). Also, just wanted to warn you of something: > I did not get an instant feedback report so I know it was not my report that triggered the ban That doesn't necessarily mean that. You may or may not get a notification.
: Ezreal isn't the only one to abuse it, but even then, why is it fair for him to be able to build CDR, armor, and have slows on his Q while being one of the safest champions in the game? Same thing with Karma. She's ranged, has a haste, a root, and a slow, why is it fair that she can build IBG?
SEKAI (OCE)
: They did. They announced that the guy who went Teemo support and roamed 24/7 is found to only do this when they found themselves in a game with big shot streamers. They can deduce that it is a case of deliberate trolling from that fact. The guy also has a regular history of being reported for doing that in their games, by other streamers most likely, which all resulted in no ban because the IFS can not pick up this kind of context (or nuance in general) and probably assumed as merely case of someone reporting just because of off-meta and discarded the reports instead. Make no mistake, it wasn't their playstyle that got them banned. It was their intent behind the said playstyle that did. It's just that finally someone called them out by bothering with calling a human review that this guy is finally dealt with. That's all there is to this.
> [{quoted}](name=SEKAI,realm=OCE,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=t1cqgd1b,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2019-06-16T02:51:04.487+0000) > > They did. > > They announced that the guy who went Teemo support and roamed 24/7 is found to only do this when they found themselves in a game with big shot streamers. They can deduce that it is a case of deliberate trolling from that fact. > > The guy also has a regular history of being reported for doing that in their games, by other streamers most likely, which all resulted in no ban because the IFS can not pick up this kind of context (or nuance in general) and probably assumed as merely case of someone reporting just because of off-meta and discarded the reports instead. > > Make no mistake, it wasn't their playstyle that got them banned. It was their intent behind the said playstyle that did. > > It's just that finally someone called them out by bothering with calling a human review that this guy is finally dealt with. That's all there is to this. Read the post before replying. That's all.
Terchio (NA)
: > [{quoted}](name=Esdese,realm=EUW,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=c9TvWYbY,comment-id=000500010000,timestamp=2019-06-16T01:53:11.339+0000) > > Ehhhh ... I don't really think the system flagged it as offensive. Quite the contrary. From what I read and saw, the "punishment" (if we can call it that) was merely based on a "high number of reports". The reporting system is literally a system that works automatically, not that I even claimed anything worked automatically. The system does not work on all reports. It followed through on this one. > > And I do agree. We argued about it. Sure we did! But was the post really the reason why they finally admitted they were wrong? There is basically no evidence anything would have flipped the decision without the topic being visible through arguing. I would like to know how you think that behind the system, by automatic or manual means, they reversed that decision without our input while countless other issues (both real and fake) are also clamoring for attention. > > I don't see it as a "hush-hush sentiment", I see it as a real way of embrassing things. Because, unfortunately, this company has the flaw of needing scandals to go public for them to act. The sad truth? This case is just 1% of many. Sure, not every case comes with an NB3 using his personal comm line to a Rioter. But the liberty given to the guy who is as responsible as the other, is an issue. And it happens all the time. Simply because they. Do. Not. Listen. Especially support agents, who are supposed to ACTUALLY support ... Not sure what you're arguing here. Riot needs scandals to do things, but how do you think we get scandals? The last bit of advice any of us needs right now is: >Seriously ... arguing with them is worthless at this point. I feel like you're trying to say that this one is over, it has the views, let something else take the spotlight. While it would be nice to fix everything tonight, they have to fix this, first. Riot has plenty of history not fixing things, too. If OP wants this fixed like her issue was fixed, we'll be here arguing for it.
> [{quoted}](name=Terchio,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=c9TvWYbY,comment-id=0005000100000000,timestamp=2019-06-16T02:14:55.474+0000) > > The reporting system is literally a system that works automatically, not that I even claimed anything worked automatically. The system does not work on all reports. It followed through on this one. > > There is basically no evidence anything would have flipped the decision without the topic being visible through arguing. I would like to know how you think that behind the system, by automatic or manual means, they reversed that decision without our input while countless other issues (both real and fake) are also clamoring for attention. > > Not sure what you're arguing here. Riot needs scandals to do things, but how do you think we get scandals? The last bit of advice any of us needs right now is: > > I feel like you're trying to say that this one is over, it has the views, let something else take the spotlight. While it would be nice to fix everything tonight, they have to fix this, first. Riot has plenty of history not fixing things, too. If OP wants this fixed like her issue was fixed, we'll be here arguing for it. I think I can't really explain myself without having you twisting my words (no offense). A good example is the first citation you made, but I am not going to repeat myself again just so I can explain it, because I think I left it very clear. I even read what I wrote again and I think the point stands out quite nicely and easily. My advise? You can't really read things to the letter. When I said "Seriously ... arguing with them is worthless at this point" I didn't exactly mention "Just stop and remain silent". It's just an idiomatic way of saying that if they listened and cared about what people said, these extreme "efforts" to make a change would not have to exist. Or simply a away of expressing discontent before the laziness some of the Rioters display before these topics. They might care, but it only seems like that after we have a huge scandal going live on a few gaming news website, boards and reddit. All in all, I can summarize that quote as a way of expressing the negative environment this company spreads on its community. We might be responsible. But not in an universal manner. Riot is, somehow, as responsible as us when it comes to matters like these. That's all I can really express. Sorry if you understood it wrongly.
Terchio (NA)
: > [{quoted}](name=Esdese,realm=EUW,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=c9TvWYbY,comment-id=0005,timestamp=2019-06-15T20:32:04.678+0000) > > They are literally the same people who denied your username. When I literally don't see any issue with it. > > . . . . > > Seriously ... arguing with them is worthless at this point. Riot's system flagged her name as offensive, and took action. We argued with them about it. The action was reversed. It is not worthless arguing with Riot... Seriously. Your hush-hush sentiment isn't helping anybody.
> [{quoted}](name=Terchio,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=c9TvWYbY,comment-id=00050001,timestamp=2019-06-15T21:39:26.753+0000) > > Riot's system flagged her name as offensive, and took action. We argued with them about it. The action was reversed. > > It is not worthless arguing with Riot... Seriously. Your hush-hush sentiment isn't helping anybody. Ehhhh ... I don't really think the system flagged it as offensive. Quite the contrary. From what I read and saw, the "punishment" (if we can call it that) was merely based on a "high number of reports". So, despite the system putting a stop to it, doesn't necessarily mean it autonomously decided it was against any terms or rules. Probably it considers numbers of reports as a valid reason, which, in my opinion, is ridiculous and invalid. There are many people out there who try their best to see someone fail or spell something in the wrong way (that can be understood as offensive when, in fact, it is not) just so they can report them and most likely succeed at it. And where's the problem here? Precisely on the matter that he ended up meeting a support agent who did not care at all about what he was saying. And I do agree. We argued about it. Sure we did! But was the post really the reason why they finally admitted they were wrong? According to what I remember, it was another agent who actually answered and declared the "punishment" as invalid. And I distinctively remember the OP had asked to talk to another person (a more, interested and willing-to-hear one) because it was clear the one who was listening to him was not doing a really good job. So, on my end (and based on the pictures displayed on the thread) I can only say he was lucky enough to get someone who took time to actually read and think things through. We might have not had any impact. Or we might have, but I chose the worst case scenario. I don't see it as a "hush-hush sentiment", I see it as a real way of embrassing things. Because, unfortunately, this company has the flaw of needing scandals to go public for them to act. The sad truth? This case is just 1% of many. Sure, not every case comes with an NB3 using his personal comm line to a Rioter. But the liberty given to the guy who is as responsible as the other, is an issue. And it happens all the time. Simply because they. Do. Not. Listen. Especially support agents, who are supposed to ACTUALLY support ...
: > [{quoted}](name=Esdese,realm=EUW,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=c9TvWYbY,comment-id=0005,timestamp=2019-06-15T20:32:04.678+0000) > > They are literally the same people who denied your username. When I literally don't see any issue with it. > > And that's where the issues lies. It's always been there. You state that they are unprofessional, but let me tell you ... that has always been part of their signature. I swear this company loves having these events stamped on its back. First, sexual harassment, then, fighting it with even more sexual harassment, and as if that was not enough: Let's reveal our true Bias by banning someone while ignoring every single offense NB3 has committed. > > Seriously ... arguing with them is worthless at this point. I do like your name, you an OG akame ga kill reader?
> [{quoted}](name=MysticFlameHaze,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=c9TvWYbY,comment-id=00050000,timestamp=2019-06-15T21:02:32.075+0000) > > I do like your name, you an OG akame ga kill reader? Ya. I read the manga and saw the anime. Gotta admit I am not really a fan of both endings (the name gives that away, somehow). Unlike popular opinion, I despise the manga's way more than the anime's. Kinda feel like the dramatic quotes make the situation even worse than it already is (for some people, of course). Either way, I also feel like the story could have been way way better than it was. A sudden and unexpected twist like many pro-Esdeath fanfictions I have read would fit the theme so perfectly. Probably with much more sense too. But I guess that will be just it, Fanfiction. Either way, I am not really the supportive guy who's going to recommend this lore-line to anyone. Quite the contrary xD
: This makes me very uncomfortable Riot...
They are literally the same people who denied your username. When I literally don't see any issue with it. And that's where the issues lies. It's always been there. You state that they are unprofessional, but let me tell you ... that has always been part of their signature. I swear this company loves having these events stamped on its back. First, sexual harassment, then, fighting it with even more sexual harassment, and as if that was not enough: Let's reveal our true Bias by banning someone while ignoring every single offense NB3 has committed. Seriously ... arguing with them is worthless at this point.
: It is OK. The person trolls streamers and targets them so he can siphon up their viewers. It is called being a parasite. Riot did their job well. Since the feedback was from multiple players.
> [{quoted}](name=Zeppelins circus,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=QzJvB6N0,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2019-06-15T03:30:18.384+0000) > > It is OK. The person trolls streamers and targets them so he can siphon up their viewers. It is called being a parasite. Riot did their job well. Since the feedback was from multiple players. LOL, did you even read your text? Totally OK. Let's make threats and insult someone, then AFK. That's certainly, and again ... OK. Also ... he doesn't target anyone, the hell are you on about?
: Nightblue gets a player Falsely banned.
Welcome to the company that allows immature and toxic attitude to prevail while honest players who_** inevitably**_ (and I stress this word. With this community, it's just a question of time) lose their temper once or do anything at all with the sole intention of winning or cooperating with "The Summoner Code" (that Riot no longer gives a shit about) get banned. The fact a Rioter told him he would not get banned so long he tried to win, and then he gets banned because NB3 decided to AFK alongside two more idiots, is seriously unsurprising if the company is Rito. But you know what? It ain't changing. The problem is on the support agents who do literally nothing other than copy pasting pre-written material. The saddest factor is that they don't even care about it.
: > [{quoted}](name=Yordle Gunner,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=vrmBjMNv,comment-id=00000003,timestamp=2019-06-13T15:23:22.174+0000) > > Exactly. Most all arguments for the pay gap are bogus. Not to mention most CEOs are men, we haven't phased out of those olden times yet so when people use studies about AVERAGE wages, they include ALL of the big shots. which completely throws off the reality of it. there is plenty of evidence that the pay gap is actually reversed too when accounting for positions i still think that companies tend to keep their salaries private not because of pay gaps or shit like that but because they want to keep their competition from attempting to poach workers from them
> [{quoted}](name=Ornndyr2k19,realm=EUW,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=vrmBjMNv,comment-id=000000030000,timestamp=2019-06-13T15:32:10.109+0000) > > there is plenty of evidence that the pay gap is actually reversed too when accounting for positions > > i still think that companies tend to keep their salaries private not because of pay gaps or shit like that but because they want to keep their competition from attempting to poach workers from them Reversed or not. It's still illegal. I don't see your point in all your responses. You are trying to defend something that even the person with the lowest IQ in this planet would immediately point as a critical issue that needs to be sorted out. It is a real problem and the fact we have someone playing a pseudo-gender-inclined role is really worrying. This company already has a back-story of gender discrimination and they themselves admitted it in their "reform post". With all the pieces together, having it denying any basic information before this situation is just calling for even more problems. It doesn't matter if their competition will come busting on their door steps and taking off a good percentage of their workers. Least we know, most of the information lies in a private conversation. This article, as displayed, proves this situation has been trailing long before this posts' release. No one knew about it until now. And due to their uncooperative approach, it ended up becoming the front page of the article. Now everyone knows about it, and we know they are refusing to cooperate. >i still think that companies tend to keep their salaries private not because of pay gaps or shit like that It could very well be the other way around. All we know about, is that they are hiding information. And as of now, it's not doing that well in the eyes of the community and the DFEH which is "_redirecting_" this case to courts. They could have avoided this kind-of public confrontation just by cooperating in the very beginning. Their purposely-displayed ignorance, in gameplay, conflictive situations inside their offices and so on is what's killing the reputation of this company, and look at it ... they just continue. PS: Besides ... If that is true and their intent is to keep their salaries private, they are just exchanging it for an even worse image of themselves. Hope it's worth in that case.
: > [{quoted}](name=Kanzler,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=UXkyu5Rr,comment-id=0002,timestamp=2019-06-12T00:54:37.192+0000) > > Personal opinion: But if you do nothing but afk farm in the jungle, I'm going to start taking your camps to give you time to do other things. If none of the lanes are gankable and I can't contest any objectives at the moment and you start to farm my Jungle, you bet your ass I'll be farming your lane to reclaim the gold you stole from me.
> [{quoted}](name=ChickenWrap,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=UXkyu5Rr,comment-id=00020000,timestamp=2019-06-12T01:00:44.721+0000) > > If none of the lanes are gankable and I can't contest any objectives at the moment and you start to farm my Jungle, you bet your ass I'll be farming your lane to reclaim the gold you stole from me. Maaaan, if I don't argue or don't complain about my jungle I can't be an iron player. I would be bringing shame to my rank.
: the game would actually be really boring if turrets became more oppressive nobody would take risks and those that did would be foolish
Having someone diving you and getting out with 85% of his HP is not any more exciting either. Besides, the game's already boring in the eyes of pro play. All they do is play passively because they can't take risks or they instantly lose the game (epic comeback mechanics no longer exist) I think towers should at least reset AA as soon as a friendly champion gets damaged in its range (so it doesn't take more than 1 second to switch from a minion to a champion) and its AS should have a slight increase based on the people under it. They seriously need some love.
Bazerka (NA)
: TFT - What do y'all think?
My opinion? Might be good ... might not. Who knows. Either way, I wonder why Nexus Blitz didn't receive any love throughout its alpha time, but you immediately release this gamemode with a ranked system full and ready to be deployed. Just let us have our rotating game modes. This surely isn't gonna replace it.
: Disagree. The reveal pages weren't what drew people in: It was the teasers and in-game hype building. Let's take champions like Bard and Kindred for example. While small, they had small effects in-game that coincided with their upcoming release. Tahm's laugh was in the river. Kled had "HAVE U SEEN SKARRL?" posters all over the LCS. These small teasers went to great lengths to reveal champions but none take the cake quite like Jhin. Jhin, IMO, was and has been Riot's most successful champion. Perhaps ever. And part of this was due to Jhin's initial reveal: Shocking portraits of champions we know and love "dying" by his hand. People were scouring code for information. People were dissecting the project name "Deadeye" and comparing it to religious myth and possible teasers. Everything about Jhin culminated in a short video, where we finally get a PEEK at his mask, followed by his reveal later. Jhin's impact would have been greatly lessened, had he just had the video and release page. New champions are the same: They often get one picture and a reveal about 4 days later. Champions are not "teased" anymore, they get a trailer and a gameplay reveal. The "magic" is gone. To an extent I understand this, as you can hold onto a teaser for TOO long and ruin the surprise (See: Sombra). That said, I think Riot needs not to slow down releases but build up hype more. Trailers, in-game videos, art, gimmicks. Anything to build up growing hype for the eventual reveal. After all: Hype is nothing without speculation and community engagement.
Honestly, you can't really speak for everyone when it comes to page reveals. I agree with most of your points about teasers and especially the factor where they spread crumbs and encouraged people to look for them and predict the real personality of the character. For sure, those are really important factors. Essential. However, I have always felt reveal pages were amazing and catching. Personally, I like [Rakan's & Xayah's](https://na.leagueoflegends.com/en/featured/champion-xayah-rakan-reveal) along with [Swain's](https://na.leagueoflegends.com/en/featured/champion-reveal-swain). Those are really creative pages and things that actually incited me to know more about those new (or reworked) champions. Although not essential, they play a recognizable role when it comes to bringing everyone's attention. Especially when you spread them in the right way.
: riot will just tell you "lul its 3lp not our fault OUR client messed up because of YOUR pc that we had complete programming control over, just use repair tool xd"
I swear I have never seen repair tool doing anything special, much less fixing. I think the only shit it really does is showing you a wrench tool executing rotations. At least they got that right.
FSRER (EUNE)
: Sometime it bugs out, just like the creep block. But riot just won't fix it because they are creating skins to make more money to create more skins to make even more money, instead of fixing the gameplay.
Meanwhile, they have all the time in the world to fuck up features that no one asked them to touch on. A good example: Surrender vote box.
: We need a transparent HUD option
I think they should place another camera-angle instead. Since both sides are almost symmetrical, you would feel the same experience on both ends. Either way, HUD transparency also fixes the problem. Get a thumbs up.
: I own every Champ. I don't like the bans. Sometimes it's fun to play as Teemo, Sona, Yi or Veigar. I see them win and I see them lose. They are not as OP as people think. Annoying yes, but OP beyond reason? Not really. I find that the bans remove some Champs from play entirely. It makes the game less fun. If anything it gives me a better chance of winning. I have 50 Champs above rank 4. I feel I can carry with at least 40. But subtracting Champs seems like subtracting fun to me. I don't get it. It points to your weakness as a player if you can't counter something. Get over it.
You are providing arguments based on the foundations of your enjoyment, rather than on the healthiness of the gamemode. Of course! Your enjoyment is important, but is it also healthy for 50% of ARAM games to consist of Veigar, Karma, Sona, Ezreal, Xerath, Zyra and so on ... under a champion pool of over 140 champions? I will quote two parts of your text: > It makes the game less fun For whom? You and a few others, or everyone involved? I don't find Veigar possessing 650 stacks (or even more) at 15 minutes quite enjoyable, especially when his E has a 5 second cooldown (don't come with more values, because the cd starts counting while the prison's on effect). I don't feel any fun in being nuked with 400 (or more) damage by a Karma's R >> Q under tower, especially when, again, I can't heal. The relics can only do much, but it's not enough. > It points to your weakness as a player if you can't counter something. Get over it. I mean ... that affirmation is quite ridiculous. If my team receives inviable champions and the other team gets a shit ton of range abusers, then it is a weakness of mine that I can't counter them? ... Like ... Wtf? It's more like a weakness of my champion (and forced team-comp) than mine. And I shouldn't have to get over it. Either Riot changes ARAM to a genuine ALL-RANDOM (instead of a placing higher-percentages to those champions above), or we should be able to ban them. Simple as that. If banning champions was an actual weakness, then Rankeds would have their bans removed. I mean ... doesn't make sense, right? But in your eyes, If you can't fight X champion in your elo, and ban it under that reason, then you sure as hell don't deserve to climb ... which pretty much makes no sense. Everyone has preferable matchups, everyone has some kind of hate for a certain champion (for whatever reason). We don't have to deal with all of them. Besides, if people in rankeds ban certain champions for being broken and viable, why shouldn't we do it in ARAM too?
Meddler (NA)
: "Update to the Wukong changes on PBE below, these should be there sometime later today." Second sentence above.
That second line was really uncalled-for ...
Divewing (OCE)
: Nope. Take accountability for yourself. The information WAS already posted there. If someone thinks they are too important to read it and expects a Rioter to sit around spoonfeeding them, that's their problem - not Riot's
Actually, you are making no damn sense behind all those words. You brought accountability to this subject, god knows why - Has jackshit to do with the overall topic, specially when you have lack of proof of what the comment really meant. What makes you think he did not read it simply because he felt like he was too important? You have no argument here and I am going to be honest. Even I opened this thread and jumped straight into the changes because that's what THE FUCKING TITTLE CALLS IT FOR. I don't give a shit about whether or not, in your eyes, it was inherently meant as laziness or ignorance. And it's all because you have no proof of his intentions. You can't have, and thus, you should not answer passive-aggressively, especially when you are a design director. If the higher ladder already shows this kind of disrespect towards a simpe question, I don't think anyone below it will be any better. You also mentioned "spoonfeeding" here. You see, it's his job to help the playerbase, not to reply to it with: "It's your problem". I understand it might sound repetitive in his eyes, but there is no need to act like this. I think anyone in his position would feel proud enough for helping anyone (whether it was genuine or not), and under whatever circumstances. Plus, you were essentially saying if we reached out to Riot support to make a question about ratios or anything particular about any ability of a champion, we would be thinking we are too important because we did not remember to check out league of legends wiki (I am meaning this on the side of newer players). If you also ask anyone in game, if X ability causes Y effect, you are considering yourself above others too, either because you haven't tested it yet, or because you did not read the tool-tip carefully enough. Really, you make no sense. I don't see the fact of not reading this entire post as a matter of superiority. Mostly because about 10-20% of these posts are the same (the introduction in specific). But why am I even trying ... You are literally defending a passive-aggressive attitude, particularly from some who's supposed to be an example to the entire community. I wouldn't mind helping someone, especially if that was my job (which is everyone's, according to The Summoner Code) - I just don't see a reason for him to add that second line, a simple quote would have sufficed.
: Their client is REALLY weird. So from what i've seen, they use a mvc layout, with a local server running, which either can handle tasks locally or offloads it to rito. I don't really understand why they would do this type of architecture for an app like league, but it seems to be decent. But then you realize this is supposed to be a desktop application, and they built is exactly like a SPA(I hesitate to say literally, but I think it actually is designed as a SPA).. What I think the main issue is, they probably have no idea on why it gets so laggy at times. Do they not have unit tests for their api calls? Like they literally built it as a chromium app. It's like they hired a bunch of web devs to make a client.
I can't really confirm if it's a SPA or not (mostly because of the 'single' there). I can confirm, however, that in case it isn't, then it is a multiple page redirection-system (which gets even worse). A good proof of that was back at the PROJECT event (can't really remember if that was the event, probably it was the winter's one ... dunno really) where you could drag the images and link-redirections to your browser and literally see the PROJECT event's page in it. It was a simple and lazy copy-pasta of the client's view. Simply because, in reality, it only displays a page. And ever since, they took away the ability to drag stuff in the client (except in areas where it is needed, like the emote one) which is why half of the community does not even know they are literally using a super unstable Google Chrome simulator instead of a real client. I can guarantee it's more of a "singular" form of SPA, but I can't guarantee their navigation really is SPA. In another words, if their navigation bar is also part of that SPA. The rest can sure as hell be part of it.
: You, along with most people, dont seem to understand that the very nature of a game where your indiviual ranking is based on too much you can't control leads to feeling powerless, which manifests itself as anger and frustration or sadness. Thats what it does it anyone in any aspect of life. This game will always bring out the worst in people, as they often feel cheated of their time or a victory, and possibly carry it over into the next games. I have suggested ways to mitigate this, such as having a personal rank that is soley based on the champions average KDA, ward placing, farming etc. It would be different from champ to champ. This way, you can look at a player and go, wow he has a very high rank despite being in silver IV. Because his performance is high, regardless of the wins.
: Battle Academia skin animations are too harsh on the eyes?
I think decreasing the alpha settings of your monitor **_might_** fix the issue. I always kept it at a minimum and don't seem to have any problems. I honestly feel quite comfortable with their effects, might be because of it.
: > [{quoted}](name=Esdese,realm=EUW,application-id=ZGEFLEUQ,discussion-id=KYUeQk5E,comment-id=0002000000000000000100000000,timestamp=2019-05-18T14:43:50.220+0000) > > Who said that, you? They sure as hell haven't developed something close to an artificial intelligence because they can't even set up a decent client. Also ... > > People say Siri learns what the user wants and starts detecting patterns of behavior and you know what? It doesn't do jackshit imo. It's always about keywords, even if it embraces sentences a little differently when such a keyword is connected to others, it still doesn't think about nor understand the whole topic. Much less the chat. Love it when people try and label a bad piece of technology with something they themselves have no experience with (unless they've done rigorous ban-testing) while giving totally arbitrary definitions for how the AI should work, as if hybridising keywords and machine learning isn't a thing. And then claim a client they designed in 2014 which for all intents and purposes works great and is very pretty to look at has literally anything to do with their chat AI, let alone some negative association. You're like my friends who go on rants about Riot nerfing champs they like or something when Riot's the one with the actual data. You have none. Intuition, especially intuition this completely silly and random, isn't a substitute. Stop being jealous you never got a tour of their studio when you wanted it!
I am at one of the best engineering faculties in my country. Why should I be jealous? Of a company that has female workers being sexually harassed (directly or indirectly), and the first action they take is to lock doors to an entire gender until 2:30 PM? Then a Rioter starts flaming the entire community on twitter and only after so much trouble they decide to fire him? And then a certain commentator takes the same action? No thanks, I am not interested in getting a tour, much less being harassed. Sure, they have a great art team and they seem friendly and all that, but that little thing all alone is enough to make me detest this company you seem to defend so much. Besides, it has come to the point everyone agrees their client is an evolution in the opposite direction. And no, it has nothing to do with their AI, but it does serve to give an example of their mentality across other systems. Let me first point out that all you did was state their intentions. Which, unfortunately, have nothing to do with reality itself. For instance: "_[...] which for all intents and purposes works great and is very pretty to look at_". It works great ... how so? You see, if you have a computer adapted to the last generation games, oh boy, I guarantee you that this client will serve you well for the rest of you life (like for me). The problem comes when you don't have such a computer and you only have a mediocre-level one. At that point, you will start experiencing issues like: slow ass loading, black pages (which you need to reload), the loot system also showing up in black several times, the "ACCEPT" button failing over and over again, being kicked out of the champ select and losing LP because the client did not respond to your "LOCK IN" button, etc ... etc... Do you need more? Oh wait, it's all arbitrary shit that I am coming up with, and that only riot has access to, right? Finally, the ban system. Despite asserting the fact the client is as bad as it could be, I believe it serves enough proof of how the team generally behaves: They choose the easier option. If it apparently looks good enough, then you got a new system. That's their logic. They don't even give a shit about whether or not it is generic (can be easily adaptable to other environments - The proof of this is easy: Just look at the PBE servers where they had to re-implement the punishing system because it never existed until then) , and whether or not it serves the player well enough. I am gonna go ahead and throw the experience of a friend of mine (since you brought yours) that flames 24/7 in every game he goes. One thing is right though, he never flames his friends. But the way he flames ... that's gold right there. He literally flames the enemy team by restringing his sentences and never repeating others' insults. I can't really give a description here, but the truth is he never gets banned and he just keeps hard-flaming them, as far as telling them to _get c**cer_ but never getting a ban. (just indirectly quoting him). "Why?" you may ask. Simple, he just doesn't reach the keywords. The system is as lazy as the ones designing it (no offense) and doesn't even detect he is flaming them. The final outcome is: He doesn't get banned, but the ones who are being flamed by him are the ones being banned. Now ... let me ask you: Is this shit even fucking fair? Of course, not. Do you know what happens to correct this? Nothing. Because people like you and this support team defend this system so much to the point you (and they) will go search logs of 2-4 months ago just to prove a mistaken ban that was delivered because of the 2 games of yesterday. (By the way: The system logs the wrong games and that has not been fixed yet - Another lazy factor). Either way, this is my final response and I won't bother replying you in case you do. The reason is simple: I am just making stuff up (sarcasm for your words, in case it's hard to notice). @Bye though. And don't relate me to your friends please, much less spread stuff you don't even know about me.
rujitra (NA)
: No, not me. Riot. Riot has said that multiple times. You can "imo" anything you want but it doesn't change the truth.
Do you want me to take the "imo" out of there? Because the outcome would be exactly the same. It doesn't do jackshit. It can't even react in a proper / realistic manner. If you say hello 4 times you will notice it starts repeating the answers. It isn't because it is tired of you and has started trolling you by saying the same thing. It's because there are only a limited amount of responses - Same applies to this system. It's all about conditionals and prepared responses they design. By the way, Rioters can say whatever they want; I can't bring myself to agree/believe in their words. A simple and proving example is the grading system. Rioters, support agents and many other sources (like the page of release of the grading system), they all stated it analyzed your gameplay, your attempts to communicate with teammates and above all else: Your attempts to reach victory (all compared to the general playerbase). Do you know the sad reality? AFK farm as much as you can and get a few kills. Boom, you got an S - Learned this 1-2 seasons ago. It's not something I am making up or seems like an illusion: It's the truth, it only cares about your farm and your gold outcome. And you know what? It makes sense. Because it's the easier way of evaluating such thing, not by interpretation of your chat or implementing a real and autonomous AI capable of reading your movements with giant accuracy ...
rujitra (NA)
: It's a machine learning system that identifies **patterns** of **behavior**, not individual words.
Who said that, you? They sure as hell haven't developed something close to an artificial intelligence because they can't even set up a decent client. Also ... People say Siri learns what the user wants and starts detecting patterns of behavior and you know what? It doesn't do jackshit imo. It's always about keywords, even if it embraces sentences a little differently when such a keyword is connected to others, it still doesn't think about nor understand the whole topic. Much less the chat.
rujitra (NA)
: > [{quoted}](name=B0N3 SPL1NT3RS,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=8fqcZu8w,comment-id=00000000,timestamp=2019-05-18T04:15:53.777+0000) > > You don't know how programming works lol No, I do. I know it's literally impossible to create code that will run on every single machine.
> [{quoted}](name=rujitra,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=8fqcZu8w,comment-id=000000000000,timestamp=2019-05-18T04:48:11.039+0000) > > No, I do. I know it's literally impossible to create code that will run on every single machine. Does not seem like it ... Every machine "speaks" (more like reads) the same language: binary. And every single programming language (high-level or not) is just that: A language. A compiler (appropriated to a said programming language) works as a translator to binary. Simple as that. In the end, every computer ends up reading the same shit and working with the same shit: binary. Unless you have a r.e.t a.r.d.e.d compiler, your computer will read your code just as easily as you read a book (assuming your code does not have any flaws in it). If it appears hard to understand, let me give you an instance: I suppose you have heard of html language (and how it looks like). When you write a piece of code in a [e.g.] windows notepad or an IDE (abbreviation for: _Integrated development environment_), you will have a piece of text that no computer will understand. Now ... if you open that .html extension text file in a browser; then there you will have a compiler (hidden in the browser itself) and it will right afterwards display you the page after compilation to machine language (by later signaling your output monitor so the user can see and bla bla bla). At this point, after the compilation, every single computer will read your .html in the same way, no differences here. So long you have the same browser (and version) in different computers, that page will be exactly the same. (Note, however, that html also requires some attention to resolution adaptation and all that, but we are ignoring them). It's no wonder that if you try writing in c# or c++ (for example) and then open their respective file in any browser, you will find "nothing" (just the code on the page). Simply because they don't have a compiler for those languages. Anyway, I am stopping the explanation here, think I am running away from the topic, and besides: It's supposed to be a simple explanation.
Meddler (NA)
: Quick Gameplay Thoughts: May 17
Where are the ARAM bans?
: death recap will never be worked on riot has other things to worry about like new lux, annie, and ezreal skins
I recall hearing a Rioter literally asking everyone why people want death recap at all. This is how far their ideology has gone to.
Arakadia (NA)
: A pre automated system is not worth coding just for this one community vote. Sure we've voted on a two skins in the past but its never been certain that Riot plans to do votes consistently. Its always been a "we don't intend to do this again but it might happen" so there hasn't been a good reason to set up a system in the first place.
That is the essence of having an automated system: It is always worth it because you will be able to plan many other events (with a lot more frequency) while having little to no work since you have already done it. I know it is not easy to create it, you can't just snap your fingers and have it right in front of you, specially a generic one (for n quantity of skins/champions); but I think they have more than enough resources to make it happen. And they would not regret it. I mean ... they did make a skin for Ivern ... I think anything's possible at this point.
Sukishoo (NA)
: They have to look at all of the regions, tally those votes together... make a reveal post (have that approved), ect. There's quite a bit they do that goes into these.
LOL? A simple pre-automated system could do that by itself (except for the reveal post), but whatever, just a question of conditionals.
Investa (NA)
: > [{quoted}](name=Smashed Hash,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=nPqrNEG1,comment-id=00000000,timestamp=2019-05-12T03:57:38.703+0000) > > The OP spent time on this and it gives insight to new player's. > > Wonderful post and I love to see someone genuine perspective on the issue. He spent time on it but it ultimately doesn't say much outside of a prettied up rage. He provides no real solutions to these problems and some of them don't really read to me as a problem for most anyway. I'm not giving someone credit because they take to the forums and complain. Everyone here does that and that's all they seem to do. If you hate it, toss around better ideas or uninstall and go to the park, man.
> [{quoted}](name=inbredpsychosis,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=nPqrNEG1,comment-id=000000000000,timestamp=2019-05-12T03:58:55.816+0000) > > He spent time on it but it ultimately doesn't say much outside of a prettied up rage. He provides no real solutions to these problems and some of them don't really read to me as a problem for most anyway. I'm not giving someone credit because they take to the forums and complain. Everyone here does that and that's all they seem to do. If you hate it, toss around better ideas or uninstall and go to the park, man. Tell me, what's the point of giving ideas if Riot does not listen to them anyway? Besides, it's not our job to come with ideas to fix the current issues of the game. It's their job (Ritoers'). They are the ones being paid, not us. The fact we are voicing our concerns and problems that we believe to be serious is already enough.
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