AORVAL (NA)
: Riot IP Banned All 40 of my Accounts
How the fuck are you trying to justify yourself? You are literally the Racist 2016 Tyler1. Get off of League, we don't want you here.
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: So on board wit dis.
RITO MAKE THIS HAPPEN ALSO WAAARGHbobo YOU ARE A GOD
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: LF Clash team
yeah sure, sent you a request
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Strigina (EUNE)
: Love the Bard one :-D Btw it's actually "Would you like some cheese with your whine?" for Gentleman Cho. :)
> [{quoted}](name=Strigina,realm=EUNE,application-id=EBBIvmVK,discussion-id=t6I1pHkE,comment-id=0002,timestamp=2018-06-26T08:14:27.342+0000) > > Love the Bard one :-D Btw it's actually "Would you like some cheese with your whine?" for Gentleman Cho. :) Whoops, I guess no one can be perfect! Thanks for informing me though!
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: Clash NA launch canceled due to technical issues
This is ridiculous. FFS I cancelled plans with friends to do this and you just cancel it out of nowhere. Thanks for fucking me over.
: well i dont know where your getting your stats from... all i know i have stomped kled in lane over and over with trundle you can either try it... or argue against it with out trying it... your choice
Trundle is one of my easiest mathups as a Kled main. Boi. The Kleds you face must not know how to play Kled.
: > [{quoted}](name=DestroyerDome,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=E1aH20Zp,comment-id=000000020000000000000000,timestamp=2018-01-08T07:17:40.197+0000) > > I will state this again, as obviously you didn't pay attention to the comment I have made. One, a candy store is a very poor comparison to this situation, as Tyler1 was still playing on accounts that Riot can and did monitor during the entirety of his ban(which also annoys when people state that Riot checked his accounts for only one month, when in reality Phreak went out of his way to state that the majority of the accounts riot has banned during Tyler's ID ban where honor level 4 and 5), while if a store clerk kicks some kid out of his store, he does not have information in which to fairly judge the situation after time has passed. Two, Riot has already stated the difference between a permanent ban and an ID ban. Get this in your head: > > **Permanent bans are non-negotiable and will stay banned except in under very rare conditions. Tyler1's old accounts still will be banned. HOWEVER ID ban's which bans the player from using an account, ARE NEGOTIABLE for all players after a certain amount of time as passed. Tyler'1 will not get his old accounts back, but will be allowed to stream the game under a NEW ACCOUNT. ** Get this in your head, Tyler1 was the most toxic person in league and thrived on that toxicity. This is a fact. He promoted and endorsed it for years. That is also a fact. He destroyed not only thousands of games he himself was in during his years of spreading toxicity but influenced who knows how many more when showing his toxic following "see, it's fun to fuck with your team" And the comparison is fine. Honestly you could compare it to anything, would you trust someone again after they broke it TWENTY TWO TIMES. If I slapped you twenty two times would you let me get my hand close to you again, if someone pranked your house 22 times do you think they wouldn't again, if someone burned your breakfast 22 times do you think they'd get better after despite not showing ANY improvement?
> [{quoted}](name=DotEleven,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=E1aH20Zp,comment-id=0000000200000000000000000000,timestamp=2018-01-08T12:52:27.157+0000) > > Get this in your head, Tyler1 was the most toxic person in league and thrived on that toxicity. This is a fact. He promoted and endorsed it for years. That is also a fact. He destroyed not only thousands of games he himself was in during his years of spreading toxicity but influenced who knows how many more when showing his toxic following "see, it's fun to fuck with your team" > > And the comparison is fine. Honestly you could compare it to anything, would you trust someone again after they broke it TWENTY TWO TIMES. If I slapped you twenty two times would you let me get my hand close to you again, if someone pranked your house 22 times do you think they wouldn't again, if someone burned your breakfast 22 times do you think they'd get better after despite not showing ANY improvement? Like I said, these comparisons won't work as Riot had still monitored him during the entirety of his ban. Because of this, they have the means to fairly judge whether or not he can rejoin the game. Unlike your comparisons that are more linear and one way than a straight line, and which are applied like buzzwords to almost every argument thrown towards anyone who slightly supports Tyler1, what I present to you is a fact. Riot has already explained why they feel as this unban is fair. If you wish to listen to a company that is frankly, as a whole, much more intelligent than any player of League of Legends, and who go through a multitude of reasons as to why x thing should happen and how it will affect y, listen. Otherwise, rant on boards that are taken with a pinch of salt by other players of the community.
: > [{quoted}](name=DestroyerDome,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=E1aH20Zp,comment-id=0000000200000000,timestamp=2018-01-03T06:16:40.000+0000) > > His old accounts WON'T be unbanned, and Riot has confirmed that that an identification ban is a different entity than a permanent ban, and that a permanent ban CANNOT be lifted, while an ID ban can. Meaning that if Tyler1 is lifted of said ban, he can then create a new account a stream with that one, NOT with his older accounts. This goes for ALL players. Also, if you where to watch the video, you would know that Riot will NOT remove said ID ban if all accounts he submitted have any sort of toxicity, meaning that he isn't going to be given a chance, he will have to have proved that he reformed. Finally, the main reason why riot wishes to go forth with this is not to satisfy T1 fans, it is to clean up toxicity. This is the same thing that happened to Nicolaj "Incarnati0n" Jensen, who had his main account banned for the same reasons Tyler did. After he proved to be a good teammate on his other accounts, Riot used him as an example for good behavior. Toxicity went down after this due to Riot's implementation of the example. Now imagine the magnitude of said consequence when we are talking about someone such as Tyler. Jensen was banned on one account, but Tyler is a far bigger beast. If Riot managed to use Tyler1 as another example, it would clean up games for a period of time, not to mention Tyler1 wannabes will stop doing what they are doing in games (which is intentionally feeding). > > Now if i turns that T1 is not actually reformed, than I agree that he should be banned again. It's not as if one stream can cause that much damage to the community however, and Riot will have full control over the situation, so there is really no risk involved with this process of unbanning him. Jensen had 3 accounts banned, all at the same time at a time when Riot focused more on punishment than reform. So they let him have another chance and he had changed after being punished once. Riot ID banned Tyler because after 22 perma's he still didn't learn his lesson, he still did the exact same thing and showed the exact same behavior. Tell me, if you owned a candy store and you caught a kid stealing 22 times and each time you told him he's not allowed in unless he changes his name. After that 22nd time you finally told him, he's just not allowed in. Are you really gonna turn around a year later and be like "Oh yeah, you haven't been having problems recently, you can come in now."
> [{quoted}](name=DotEleven,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=E1aH20Zp,comment-id=00000002000000000000,timestamp=2018-01-03T14:40:26.310+0000) > > Jensen had 3 accounts banned, all at the same time at a time when Riot focused more on punishment than reform. So they let him have another chance and he had changed after being punished once. Riot ID banned Tyler because after 22 perma's he still didn't learn his lesson, he still did the exact same thing and showed the exact same behavior. > > Tell me, if you owned a candy store and you caught a kid stealing 22 times and each time you told him he's not allowed in unless he changes his name. After that 22nd time you finally told him, he's just not allowed in. Are you really gonna turn around a year later and be like "Oh yeah, you haven't been having problems recently, you can come in now." I will state this again, as obviously you didn't pay attention to the comment I have made. One, a candy store is a very poor comparison to this situation, as Tyler1 was still playing on accounts that Riot can and did monitor during the entirety of his ban(which also annoys when people state that Riot checked his accounts for only one month, when in reality Phreak went out of his way to state that the majority of the accounts riot has banned during Tyler's ID ban where honor level 4 and 5), while if a store clerk kicks some kid out of his store, he does not have information in which to fairly judge the situation after time has passed. Two, Riot has already stated the difference between a permanent ban and an ID ban. Get this in your head: **Permanent bans are non-negotiable and will stay banned except in under very rare conditions. Tyler1's old accounts still will be banned. HOWEVER ID ban's which bans the player from using an account, ARE NEGOTIABLE for all players after a certain amount of time as passed. Tyler'1 will not get his old accounts back, but will be allowed to stream the game under a NEW ACCOUNT. **
: > [{quoted}](name=DestroyerDome,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=fbLdmVuP,comment-id=000200000002000000000000000000000001,timestamp=2018-01-04T21:03:44.727+0000) > > Need an example? Incarnati0n Jensen, who was banned just like Tyler1 and than was unbanned due to good behavior. Just like Tyler1. and he still leaves his mark as one of the most reformed and better players to this day. He was unbanned because they banned him at a time where they focused more on punishment than reform. He was banned all at once and given no chance for reform. He also only needed to be banned once before reforming. Tyler1 has been banned 22 times which is 7 times as many accounts. Like I said before, Jensen's accounts were banned all at once without a chance to reform, Tylers 22 were all separate. > [{quoted}](name=Malza,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=fbLdmVuP,comment-id=00020000000200000000000000000000000000000000000000010007,timestamp=2018-01-04T21:04:48.529+0000) > > Jensen DDOSd other players, Tyler1 didn't. > > Jensen also didn't run it down mid which instantly trips Riot's ban system, so it took his accounts much longer to get banned (and a lot of Tyler1s bans were just ban on sight when he logged in on them on stream). His 22 bans were all before ban on sight. That was confirmed himself when Phreak was talking about Tyler1s ban and Phreak mentioned his 15 banned accounts and Tyler1 corrected him with "22" As for ddosing, it's still not certain whether or not jensen actually did it, although we do have the logs of him claiming he did. But it was still one time being punished, learning his lesson, and reforming. Tyler1 refused to after 22 accounts.
> [{quoted}](name=DotEleven,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=fbLdmVuP,comment-id=0002000000020000000000000000000000010000,timestamp=2018-01-04T21:06:32.793+0000) > > He was unbanned because they banned him at a time where they focused more on punishment than reform. He was banned all at once and given no chance for reform. He also only needed to be banned once before reforming. > > Tyler1 has been banned 22 times which is 7 times as many accounts. Like I said before, Jensen's accounts were banned all at once without a chance to reform, Tylers 22 were all separate. > > His 22 bans were all before ban on sight. That was confirmed himself when Phreak was talking about Tyler1s ban and Phreak mentioned his 15 banned accounts and Tyler1 corrected him with "22" > > As for ddosing, it's still not certain whether or not jensen actually did it, although we do have the logs of him claiming he did. But it was still one time being punished, learning his lesson, and reforming. Tyler1 refused to after 22 accounts. Here is the deal though. Tyler1 was unquestionably more toxic than Jensen. No one can deny this. However, after Jensen's unban, he was used as riot talking points/examples to clean up game toxicity, and Riot will most likely do the same with Tyler1. Now after the Jensen incident, (although data could be skewed due to the Teamwork OP video that was released and put on Riot's front page on the client), report rates when down from 20%. Now imagine this with Tyler1, a far more popular streamer in League, and whom a grand majority of players already know about, and consider how riot will implement his unban as more anti-toxicity examples. Most importantly however, is how much of his fanbase was already toxic at the time he was streaming, and how these fans will at least show some form of toxicity reduction after the unban.
: > [{quoted}](name=Malza,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=fbLdmVuP,comment-id=0002000000020000000000000000,timestamp=2018-01-04T19:45:38.552+0000) > > Most high elo players aren't big streamers, and most players don't int if there's a big streamer in the game. They're toxic/int when people aren't watching. Please, give examples then. If they do it, even when "no one's watching" they'll more than likely have videos of it. Even just streaming it on twitch people will usually archive the streams. Because we've got proof of Tyler1 doing it. Hell, we have proof of him creating his brand and promoting it, there's videos of his int list.
> [{quoted}](name=DotEleven,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=fbLdmVuP,comment-id=00020000000200000000000000000000,timestamp=2018-01-04T19:46:56.219+0000) > > Please, give examples then. If they do it, even when "no one's watching" they'll more than likely have videos of it. Even just streaming it on twitch people will usually archive the streams. Because we've got proof of Tyler1 doing it. Hell, we have proof of him creating his brand and promoting it, there's videos of his int list. Need an example? Incarnati0n Jensen, who was banned just like Tyler1 and than was unbanned due to good behavior. Just like Tyler1. and he still leaves his mark as one of the most reformed and better players to this day.
: cant log in and then i am banned for a time
It's not a glitch, It was because you where toxic in game, meaning you were rude to your teammates. Improve your behavior on the rift next time.
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: > [{quoted}](name=DestroyerDome,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=E1aH20Zp,comment-id=00000002,timestamp=2017-11-28T01:29:53.883+0000) > > I've watched his content. He is much less toxic in the other online games he plays. Toxicity stems from ignorance, and the fact that you refuse to watch the video proves said statement. Dude had 22 accounts banned, all for the same reason. Don't need to watch his shit to know he doesn't deserve the views he gets and I won't be apart of them.
> [{quoted}](name=DotEleven,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=E1aH20Zp,comment-id=000000020000,timestamp=2017-11-28T02:30:19.438+0000) > > Dude had 22 accounts banned, all for the same reason. Don't need to watch his shit to know he doesn't deserve the views he gets and I won't be apart of them. His old accounts WON'T be unbanned, and Riot has confirmed that that an identification ban is a different entity than a permanent ban, and that a permanent ban CANNOT be lifted, while an ID ban can. Meaning that if Tyler1 is lifted of said ban, he can then create a new account a stream with that one, NOT with his older accounts. This goes for ALL players. Also, if you where to watch the video, you would know that Riot will NOT remove said ID ban if all accounts he submitted have any sort of toxicity, meaning that he isn't going to be given a chance, he will have to have proved that he reformed. Finally, the main reason why riot wishes to go forth with this is not to satisfy T1 fans, it is to clean up toxicity. This is the same thing that happened to Nicolaj "Incarnati0n" Jensen, who had his main account banned for the same reasons Tyler did. After he proved to be a good teammate on his other accounts, Riot used him as an example for good behavior. Toxicity went down after this due to Riot's implementation of the example. Now imagine the magnitude of said consequence when we are talking about someone such as Tyler. Jensen was banned on one account, but Tyler is a far bigger beast. If Riot managed to use Tyler1 as another example, it would clean up games for a period of time, not to mention Tyler1 wannabes will stop doing what they are doing in games (which is intentionally feeding). Now if i turns that T1 is not actually reformed, than I agree that he should be banned again. It's not as if one stream can cause that much damage to the community however, and Riot will have full control over the situation, so there is really no risk involved with this process of unbanning him.
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: Oh god no. Please Riot no. Of course, he'll probably just get himself banned again shortly afterward. Also, not even watching the clip just because I refuse to watch his shit. Didn't even really want to watch that clip to prove he himself was the one who confirmed 22 banned accounts. Literally, all this will show is that you can be the biggest asshole in the world and Riot will let you back in.
> [{quoted}](name=DotEleven,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=E1aH20Zp,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2017-10-10T00:24:48.051+0000) > > Oh god no. Please Riot no. > > Of course, he'll probably just get himself banned again shortly afterward. > > Also, not even watching the clip just because I refuse to watch his shit. Didn't even really want to watch that clip to prove he himself was the one who confirmed 22 banned accounts. > > Literally, all this will show is that you can be the biggest asshole in the world and Riot will let you back in. I've watched his content. He is much less toxic in the other online games he plays. Toxicity stems from ignorance, and the fact that you refuse to watch the video proves said statement.
YoeMadBro (EUW)
: Which Battle Boss skin do you like the most?
Of course Veigar counts, hes been featured in almost every arcade ad up to now. My order: Black Mage Bomberman Crystal Mage Fireman Crane Game
: Veigar and Blitcrank are Bosses, not Arcade. Its like the Heartseeker and the Sweetheart... they are similar, but different.
rito has confirmed that the boss skins count as arcade skins {{sticker:zombie-brand-clap}}
: Patch Chat with the Playtest Team - 7.1 Jungle Nerfs
Do you consider that old Warwick players that spammed him in season 5 will like the new one? ~~Like me??????~~ {{item:3070}}
: Whats you favourite quote from Kled so far?
> [{quoted}](name=Derpyon,realm=NA,application-id=6kFXY1kR,discussion-id=inwNZ0g3,comment-id=,timestamp=2016-07-30T07:42:35.440+0000) > > His quotes are hilarious > > mines > "Hi im Kled,This is skaarl,your going to die now" > > Pretty sure thats how it goes It actually goes, HI! I'm Kled, and this heres Scaarl. Prepare to die.
: Arcade community creations
: Game crash when going into loot and crafting
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: Happy Valentine’s!
I love how poppy is looking at Garen with this adorable face like, "man, whats this guys number?"
scarra (NA)
: Finding Your First Main
1. Mine was Morgana, but one time i saw this volibear and he was like 30/1 so back then not knowing better i built Morgana {{item:3083}} {{item:3083}} {{item:3083}} {{item:3083}} {{item:3083}} {{item:3083}} . Laugh. Out. Loud{{champion:25}}

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