: i have my current email with this account at least 2-3years... and they just asking me original email... I don't even know which one. :(
If you can't remember your original e-mail then you need to really sit down and answer every other question to the best of your ability. They would only lock your account if there was suspicious activity, and to unlock it you need to prove without a shadow of a doubt that you are the owner.
: How is this worthy of a 14 day ban?
>Would love to know if anything I said was worthy of a 14 day ban...I honestly feel like at this point Riot's censorship is even worse than Nazi Germany or Soviet Russia and it's the reason droves of people have stopped playing this game. You previously had a 10-game chat restriction and a 25-game chat restriction. This game's chat logs didn't warrant a 14 day ban on it's own, it was a result of continued negative behavior along with the previous punishments you had received. On your last report card it clearly stated **"If you continue communicating this way, you'll continue to be chat restricted and risk account suspensions." ** Unfortunately there's nobody to blame but yourself. We all know what it's like to get tilted and angry at the game but there's never an excuse for toxicity. It's important that you do everything in your power to reform because not only will the game be more enjoyable, but your next punishment _will be a permanent ban, regardless of how minor the chat logs are._ Your account is currently on the thinnest ice possible and reforming is your only option if you want to keep your account.
: riot just locked my account
Knowing your e-mail address is a huge factor in recovering any account (not just for League) and you should really be aware of that basic information. Try your absolute hardest to figure out what the e-mail address is because I can't imagine they'll unlock it without that information.
: I filed the ticket. Got the two week ban. That's fine with me. Just shows how flawed the instant report feedback system is.
How does you accidently jumping up one step show how the system is flawed? Your punishment was justified and I'd consider yourself lucky that you got the ban reduced. Good luck, don't take your chance for granted.
Hanandano (EUW)
: >There's no feasible way for Riot to manually handle every report that's sent to them. An automated system is the only way to deal with the sheer amount of situations that have to be sorted through. Hire more staff? It is not normal to make it seem de facto impossible, which is the consequence of a budgetary choice. This is a common problem in Internet companies. They often prefer dividends and shareholders to quality of service, especially when it comes to moderation, or the only solution would be human. Just see how the support treats you by shipping the stuff in 10s based on copied/pasted that sometimes have a distant relationship to the situation. (I can paste dozens of them here if you want). >Multiple reports don't increase the likelihood of a player being punished and punishments are given for things other than hate speech. You're right, and it's a very common mistake. But whose origin can be easily understood and which is not illegitimate either. The worst part is that it's worth a chatrestrict... Isn't there a way for riot to do some publicity on this?
I addressed all of these claims in one of my responses to the OP so I copy/pasted that for the first quote. _______________ >Hire more staff? It is not normal to make it seem de facto impossible, which is the consequence of a budgetary choice. That doesn't solve anything. No matter how many people they hire or how efficient those people are at their jobs, manual bans are impossible to use towards the sheer amount of reports that come in per second. Hundreds if not thousands of players get reported every few minutes or so (probably more, who knows) all with hundreds of thousands of lines of chat to sort through. On top of that, humans make more errors than machines so more people would get off scott-free and the people that would get punished would take forever to receive them because the amount of work the team has to do. (End of copied response) >Just see how the support treats you by shipping the stuff in 10s based on copied/pasted that sometimes have a distant relationship to the situation Yes, you do get bots or copy/pasted responses the first time you submit a ticket (usually) but if you ask to speak directly to a support agent or use live chat you can have a pleasant experience with support. I'm sure there are cases that say otherwise but I'm not going to weigh in on that as I haven't personally had those experiences. >But whose origin can be easily understood and which is not illegitimate either. The worst part is that it's worth a chatrestrict... Isn't there a way for riot to do some publicity on this? I don't understand what you're talking about here. Do you mind elaborating because I might be misunderstanding. If you're talking about how Riot doesn't make asking for reports clear, it's on the Support website itself. On it's own that's usually not enough to warrant a punishment so I wouldn't worry about people getting chat restricted over it.
Ryzê (NA)
: - Fought him for a long period of time? It says I fought him for 6 seconds. If that is considered long, then I'm done playing this game. - Explain how armor would have helped versus 1.1k true damage. I had 2 health items (Morello + fully stacked RoA) and fully stacked Seraphs. - Ryze has a point and click root that lasts 1.1s (empowered) when the enemy champion has Merc Treads. He had fully stacked Legend: Tenacity so he gains an additional 30% tenacity lowering my 1.1s to 0.6s root. He used ghost, so as soon as he got out of the root he was able to get on top of me. Me, on the other hand, am slowed for 1s by 40% which with base speed of let say 380, it becomes 190 which is low enough for him to get a second auto off. Ryze's root is probably one of the worst CC's in the game. They've literally bend over every single one of Ryze's abilities and fucked them in the ass. It's incredible how they invest so much time into Akali and Irelia when I can't root either of them for long enough to get away. I wasn't in melee range to begin with. I was walking towards the team fight, he popped out of the bush, applied most of his stacks with his Q and hail of blades AS steroid while I was trying to get away. You would think that Ryze, a battle mage capable of sustaining and CC'ing (hah) repeatedly would be able to win extended trades. No, they took everything away from Ryze and gave him a little dick team teleport that no one uses.
>Fought him for a long period of time? It says I fought him for 6 seconds. If that is considered long, then I'm done playing this game. 6 seconds is a long time to be face tanking Darius with no armor. >Explain how armor would have helped versus 1.1k true damage. I had 2 health items (Morello + fully stacked RoA) and fully stacked Seraphs. Armor would have helped you survive long enough to escape or out damage him. The reason he did 1,100 true damage is because he fully stacked Hemorrhage on you because you stayed in his range for so long. I don't understand how you can build 0 resistances, stay in his AA range, and then complain that the champion is too strong. >Ryze has a point and click root that lasts 1.1s (empowered) It still would have given you a chance to create some distance and allow your team to close in on Darius to make him back off. Your team also could have CCed for you as well considering you had a Malphite, Xayah, and Vel'Koz. IMO Ryze is pretty bad atm but this had absolutely nothing to do with your champion choice. >I wasn't in melee range to begin with. I was walking towards the team fight, he popped out of the bush, applied most of his stacks with his Q and hail of blades AS steroid while I was trying to get away. So... you were in his melee range. He used his vision advantage to ambush you and try to take you out. After his pull was used, you could have just ulted away because the 6 seconds it took you to die is a lot shorter than the 1-2 that Ryze's ult takes. >You would think that Ryze, a battle mage capable of sustaining and CC'ing (hah) repeatedly would be able to win extended trades. Ryze can win extended trades if he plays it correctly and _builds_ correctly. But from the jump you had no distance between the two of you (Darius' advantage), he built effectively against you (Darius' advantage), you didn't build correctly against him (Darius' advantage again), and you didn't use your one reliable escape ability to get away from him.
Hotarµ (NA)
: Anyone can make a new account after getting permabanned, but they'll keep getting punished unless they change their ways (which is what I did.)
Why not? People can change, I'm proof of that. I can understand ID banning someone who does really heinous stuff like send death threats to players or people who repeatedly make accounts just to feed, but people can change and a few mistakes shouldn't stop them from being able to be welcomed back into the community.
Ryzê (NA)
: fun game by the way
* Darius had _543_(*) damage with a nearly full 6-item build. * Judging by the ridiculous amount of AD Darius has at this point (^) and the amount of damage you took from Crippling Strike + Noxian Guillotine, Darius had 5 stacks of Hemorrhage on you which means you fought him for a long period of time while staying in his melee range, a place where Juggernauts survive. * You have 4/5 items at this point, not a single one of them has any sort of armor. You're also running Sorcery and Domination, you don't have any sort of survivability from your runes either. * This means you have the _base resistances_ on Ryze (who's relatively squishy, not the tankiest champion by any means) up against a high damage Juggernaut who thrives in extended fights. He's essentially doing true damage to you at all points of the game. * Ryze has a point and click root, a spell that can easily be used to get away from an all melee champion such as Darius. You can also E-W to root him for longer periods of time to get away from him. _You can also_ use your ultimate to warp away from Darius, should you need to put a large distance between you two. * Nexus Blitz. Increased gold regen, shared gold, and increased EXP rates make this a place _meant_ for snowballing and hectic teamfighting. Yeah, staying in melee range of a Juggernaut while not building any resistances and fighting him for extended periods of time (where Darius thrives) probably _wasn't the best idea._
Lakrosin (NA)
: > [{quoted}](name=Hotarµ,realm=NA,application-id=3ErqAdtq,discussion-id=JmIhfMfY,comment-id=000200000000000000000000,timestamp=2019-01-21T06:56:31.509+0000) > > Dude, are you reading what I'm saying? > > I _liked_ the slower pace of the game, I started playing in S4 so I would like to go back to the game I started with. **I would prefer it, honestly.** > > I'm saying that you and I don't speak for everyone, our opinions don't mean a game is objectively good or bad because _other people_ have _other tastes_ and like the state of the game. I don't fully hate it myself. You are contradicting yourself. It's either getting worse or it isn't.
You... can like two different things? Since when do you **have** to hate one thing because you like another? It would be a totally different scenario if I said: "I love late game champions, I'm so glad games end faster now!" but _I'm not saying that._ I enjoy two wholly different entities in their entirety, I'm not picking and choosing what minute differences I like from one version and applying it to the other. I _prefer_ the older state of the game but I don't despise the new state of the game. I _like_ pasta with red sauce but I don't dislike pasta with white sauce. You can _enjoy_ something and not hate the other. Not everything has to be some polarizing display of hatred and loathing.
Lakrosin (NA)
: > [{quoted}](name=Hotarµ,realm=NA,application-id=3ErqAdtq,discussion-id=JmIhfMfY,comment-id=0002000000000000,timestamp=2019-01-21T06:50:22.367+0000) > > First of all, I said I'd like to go back to the S4/S5 place of the game. > > Like I said though, it's personal preference. _You_ may not enjoy the game but that doesn't mean it's objectively worse because other people do enjoy the game. > > Your opinion isn't law just like my opinion isn't law. S5 WAS ABOUT LATE GAME. The hell you talking about? S5 was also around tanking. Which is how we got to late game.. We are polar opposite now.
Dude, are you reading what I'm saying? I _liked_ the slower pace of the game, I started playing in S4 so I would like to go back to the game I started with. **I would prefer it, honestly.** I'm saying that you and I don't speak for everyone, our opinions don't mean a game is objectively good or bad because _other people_ have _other tastes_ and like the state of the game. I don't fully hate it myself.
Melven (NA)
: so a solution to the problem would be to hire more/make a separate department for the arguably biggest issue with the game
That doesn't solve anything. No matter how many people they hire or how efficient those people are at their jobs, manual bans are impossible to use towards the sheer amount of reports that come in per second. Hundreds if not thousands of players get reported every few minutes or so (probably more, who knows) all with hundreds of thousands of lines of chat to sort through. On top of that, humans make more errors than machines so more people would get off scott-free and the people that would get punished would take forever to receive them because the amount of work the team has to do.
Lakrosin (NA)
: > [{quoted}](name=Hotarµ,realm=NA,application-id=3ErqAdtq,discussion-id=JmIhfMfY,comment-id=00020000,timestamp=2019-01-21T06:42:35.102+0000) > > That's just personal preference. I enjoy faster paced games (even though I'd like to go back to the S4/S5 style) so this isn't worse for me. Killing off late game champions isn't worse? Nerfing jungle? Letting bad people dictate games? People abusing the fact Riot takes to long to punish griefers? MMR being worse? Idk what game you been playing but it isn't league.
First of all, I said I'd like to go back to the S4/S5 place of the game. Like I said though, it's personal preference. _You_ may not enjoy the game but that doesn't mean it's objectively worse because other people do enjoy the game. Your opinion isn't law just like my opinion isn't law.
Lakrosin (NA)
: Game is getting worse though. Hard to say it isn't.
That's just personal preference. I enjoy faster paced games (even though I'd like to go back to the S4/S5 style) so this isn't worse for me.
: Missing champion capsule
I'd recommend trying to [file a support ticket found here. ](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/requests/new) Hopefully a support agent can help you out and set you up with a capsule. Good luck!
: The phrase, “League is dead” is getting kind of old now.
Gotta hard agree on this one. League has outlasted a bunch of different competition and will probably continue to do so for a long time. I have my own qualms with the game but there's no evidence to support the game is dying.
Melven (NA)
: id be fine with the system to if i got perm banned and then made a new account, or if i was toxic and never got in trouble
Anyone can make a new account after getting permabanned, but they'll keep getting punished unless they change their ways (which is what I did.)
Melven (NA)
: sounds like the issue still is the lack of anything being done about toxicity in game and the lack of support given by riot to remedy the issue
Like I said above, there's not much else they can do directly. An automated system is the only way to handle things like this
: But that doesn't given them a reason to skip over cases, right? I feel like every case should be equally important, whether its hackings, charge backs, or just player behavior in general.
They don't skip over cases, most of them are handled by the automated system. For punishments that can't be handled by the automated system, a support agent will weigh in and handle it to the best of their ability. When a support agent isn't busy with one of those punishment cases, they'll help out in other areas like the account issues I mentioned above. Keep in mind I'm not an employee of Riot, I'm sure they have some sort of internal priority system to go off of and a way to tackle problems that support agents get.
Melven (NA)
: id suggest going in game and asking around coz not a single person will tell you they think the report system works or is fair
There's definitely people out there who are just fine with our current system. The only way Riot would ever listen to that small portion of the community is if they made a poll with decent results and formed coherent arguments around it, which most people on that side usually tend not to do.
Melven (NA)
: i suggest they fire people who are are paid to look at reports and deal with them because like you said manual reports are out of the question and the bot doesnt work
The people who review those few punishments also do things like maintain the automated system, they provide a larger service than just manually reviewing a few cases each day. Customer support also helps with things like chargebacks, account issues (like hackings), and other things that need to be addressed directly by Riot.
: I just think the levels of punishments should be fixed. Someone calling another player a "f a g g o t" should be more than just chat restricted. Thats more on the lines of homophobia, and should get more of an account ban than anything. That would help the community be more of a better one.
You do get an account ban for hate speech like homophobia or racism. Zero tolerance language (generally referred to as hate speech by most) results in an instant 14-day ban. [Here's a link to the Punishment FAQ if you want to learn more about the punishment system.](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/articles/207489286-Instant-Feedback-System-FAQ-) IMO I'd like to see AFKers, trolls, and inters punished more severely. I know that system is a bit more lenient (for the reasons I mentioned above) but it could honestly use a bit of tightening.
Melven (NA)
: how often as a specialist do you read post about how bad the system is?
All the time, pretty much daily. Keep in mind that just because I see a lot of posts like that here, that doesn't mean the majority of players feel that way. The Boards are a very small subset of the League community, and even on Reddit (which is much larger but still only has 1/15th of the concurrent League playerbase as subscribers) you'll never see posts like the ones I see here.
Melven (NA)
: and again i say the system is shit and the people in charge dont know what they are doing. im not saying you should be, but permanently banned means permanent and obviously its not or someone doesnt understand the concept, thus the whole system does not work and should be looked at as an issue not as a by product of an issue
>im not saying you should be, but permanently banned means permanent and obviously its not or someone doesnt understand the concept, I don't get what you're saying here. I was fully permanent banned on another account, not this one. I fully understand the concept and ramifications of permanent bans as I've experienced one first-hand. What do you suggest they do? I see a lot of complaints about the system but nobody ever talks about how to improve it. Keep in mind manual reviews are out of the question, making the system too strict punishes normal players, and making the system more lenient rewards toxic players. So where do we go from there?
: I can tell you that there are people who ADMIT to trolling and inting and don't even get banned for it even if its reported. Thats a garbage system to me hun.{{sticker:zombie-brand-clap}}
_"I agree that that section could be better"_ I explicitly agreed with you, I just explained why systems have to be cautious when it comes to gameplay-related punishments.
Punctual (NA)
: Then I could easily say I'm living proof the system is shit. I played 3 games recently and I was promoted to honor 3. Just look at my match history and tell me if you see a pattern lmao. The system is... shit. http://na.op.gg/summoner/userName=punctual
You played 3 games recently and did poorly in them, how is that proof the system is garbage? People don't seem to understand that inters and trolls need to be proven legit without a _shadow of a doubt_ before punishments are handed out. If games don't do that, they end up with systems like Battlefield 1 where innocent players get flagged all the time. I agree that that section could be better but the toxicity portion of the system works well enough.
Melven (NA)
: so you agree the system is broke and needs fixed if reports on players who are breaking the rules are getting away with it because no one saw it and the bot missed it. im just trying to fix the community that has more issues then most other games, and a team that is the most under preforming group (proven by playing 5 games and not having any issues but with players)
I never said the system was broken. Yes, there will always be false positives and missed cases, but the success rate of an automated system far outweighs the issues a manual system presents. >also ur proof it works coz u where banned for toxicity toxic and that make u knowledgeable? If you're asking if I'm knowledgeable because I was permanently banned before, kind of. I'm well versed on most rules surrounding League but my experience with the system gives me a unique perspective on topics. I'm just saying, you said people never get banned for normal toxicity, but I'm living proof that's just not the case.
: ***
>The lengths you go to to make yourself look in the right combined with the ignorance... Please, enlighten me on where I'm being ignorant. I read through your post and answered everything in clear, concise ways. >I've stated this over 5 times, but guess some ppl need to be spoonfed to understand. EVERY tier of punishment Riot issues uses justification of >1 games. You completely disregarded the report card that said "If this behavior continues, your account _will be permanently banned._" Riot **_explicitly told you_** that the slightest infraction would result in a permanent suspension on your account. You also had the added option of talking to Riot support, reading the FAQ on the support website, and checking other forum posts to get more information on permanent bans. * [Here's a forum post from 11 months ago.](https://boards.na.leagueoflegends.com/en/c/player-behavior-moderation/ohtKxBRP-is-this-14-day-ban-justified) * [Here's one from 4 months ago where a Boards administrator talks about accounts being on thin ice and how the slightest infraction will result in a permanent ban. ](https://boards.na.leagueoflegends.com/en/c/player-behavior-moderation/MWYt4M6R-agree-with-permanent-ban) * [Here's one from 10 days ago.](https://boards.na.leagueoflegends.com/en/c/general-discussion/gEGGHY00-unjustly-banned) I can keep going. >Even an account I had for 1 week that didn't even make it to level 20 had 3 games cited for the permaban (separate from games for the other tiers of punishment). Okay, this isn't that account. This is a separate one and a different scenario entirely, not all permanent bans are the same. >All in all, you just barged into a conversation, contributed nothing, then proceeded to waste time for no specific reason. It's a public forum post. I contributed multiple answers to all of your questions/comments/concerns, just because you disagree with them and can't accept them doesn't mean I'm wasting time. >Wonder how you got that specialist tag. I do admit you are a special one tho. Hey, you're right! I am special! _I still have an account that I can play on._ _________________________________ Looks like I'm done here. Everything has been answered by myself and multiple other users, you're being blatantly disrespectful in every response and it's only acting as more justification for this punishment.
Melven (NA)
: Can we get new player support staff
>im tired of this community being plagued by toxic behavior, and that the only punishments that are given out are by BOTS. There's no feasible way for Riot to manually handle every report that's sent to them. An automated system is the only way to deal with the sheer amount of situations that have to be sorted through. >Literally the only time punishment is given out is if everyone in the game reports someone or they say kys or the n-word This is taken directly from the [Reporting a Player FAQ on the Riot Support website:](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/articles/201752884-Reporting-a-Player) "Do not ask other players in the match to report the offending player. **It only takes one report for our systems to review a game.** Additional reports will not do anything for the offending player; however as mentioned above, it could open yourself up to a report of your own; especially if you are derailing the match by constantly demanding reports of other players." Multiple reports don't increase the likelihood of a player being punished and punishments are given for things other than hate speech. Check the Player Behavior boards for evidence of this. (I'm also evidence that this happens because I was banned pretty quickly for my toxicity)
Glîtchy (NA)
: so pinging a deathtimer is considered toxic? honestly I don't exactly get how
It's negative behavior if you're _spamming_ it over and over with the intent to annoy/tilt someone. Pinging it a few times (for it's proper use of signaling a respawn or to remind a teammate that the ally is dead) won't warrant a punishment on it's own.
: Well this was coming out of a 25 game ban into a permabanned. More importantly, is this even a reportable offense?
What does your reform/report card say you _specifically_ got punished for? (You can find this out by trying to log in to the banned account) Normally this behavior isn't considered zero-tolerance language, so it should have just gone from a 25-game chat restriction to a 14-day gameplay ban. The only thing here that may have possibly triggered the skip would be this line: >eeveevolution: ikkk and that's just because it has 'kkk' in it. That's a bit of a stretch, though, honestly. If you're positive that you didn't have a 14-day ban on the account at any point, I'd suggest filing a support ticket as nothing here should have made you go from a 25 game chat restriction to permabanned. If anything, Riot will explain your punishment history and give you more insight into your account.
: ***
>"you don't get permanently banned for chat logs like the ones you got punished for." I specifically said _"permanently banned"_ because that **_one game on it's own_** is not enough to make a fresh account go from clean-slate to permanent ban. The point is that you had multiple chances and didn't reform, this game listed in your reform card is what made you go from a 14-day restriction to permanent ban. >Instead of immediately repeating stock stuff you say to everyone, at least read the post. I did, I read every single line of your chat log, and I even read the part at the end where you tried to call Riot an "artificial snowflake simulator" because they don't want people like you playing the game. Feel free to read through my post history if you think I copy and paste the same response to everyone. >You've provided me more helpful information in this short reply to my reply, than your original response lmao. Well your first reply to UKP ŁK was more indicative of your natural behavior, so I gave you a short and sweet response that still answered your questions and complaints. You specifically said "You're telling me calling a person trash is worthy of a permaban?" which I answered.
: RIOT is this honestly worth a permabanned?
>I've spoken to a riot agent and they said that any small or minor negative behavior is bannable. Including pinging someones deathtimer, writting out a players K/D, arguing over a dragon lost. I was banned for just this one game's chat log. I just want to clear up the misconception here as I'm not sure if the support agent explained it properly or you misread it. _When your account is on it's final warning_, any negative action (such as pinging a player's death timer repeatedly, flaming, trolling, etc.) will result in a permanent ban. Your account was permanently banned because you didn't change your behavior after the multiple chances you were given, it didn't just go from a clean slate to a permanent ban.
: ***
The game has rules, you broke the rules, now you're trying to find fault with the system even though you were given multiple chances. It's as simple as that. I'm not up Riot's ass, and I understand what you're saying, you're just missing the point of the _multiple_ chances you had to reform and follow the rules. >a SINGLE occurrence of calling someone toxic trash for calling me a gay slur, in a SINGLE game ain't justifying a permaban regardless of how brainwashed you are. Except it wasn't a SINGLE occurrence because _you don't get permanently banned for chat logs like the ones you got punished for._ >Quite sad how ignorant you're, considering you're a "specialist" in these sort of things. At least next time have the respect and morals to read the post and understand it in its entirety b4 replying lamely to it I guess I'm ignorant for being able to read and follow reasonable rules that ask me to not be a jerk. I think I'll choose to stay ignorant.
: ***
>You're telling me calling a person trash is worthy of a permaban? You received a permaban because you repeatedly ignored your previous punishment's warnings. Your actions triggered a 10-game chat restriction, a 25-game chat restriction, and a 14-day ban and none of those were enough for you to realize that this type of behavior isn't acceptable in League. >but all you u need for this situation is a lil bit of common sense, Ironic how you're telling others this when you could have followed the rules and listened to the _multiple_ chances you were given.
GreyfellD (EUW)
: Thresh and Alister can be counterplayed are not so strong at the start of the game. They also DON'T have the defensive countermeasures that Pyke has to escape.
Pyke can be countered just like anyone else can though? His abilities have long startup indicators, they're easily dodged with simple movement speed boosts or dashes. Shutting down his ultimate nearly completely removes him from teamfights unlike Alistar and Thresh who consistently remain threats to anyone trying to engage on his ADC. Having a Pyke with no ult also significantly reduces a team's kill power, meaning his _team_ can suffer heavily for his misplays. On top of that, he dies immediately when focused or locked down and can't build resistances anymore, the most survivability he will _ever_ have is from Aftershock or Guardian Angel (which most Pyke players won't buy until _very_ late in the game if they even do purchase one) So, to recap: Squishy with the _inability_ to build resistances, unreliable peel for his ADC (especially in hectic teamfights), no heals or shields, telegraphed abilities that can be dodged by simple mobility spells or MS boosts, and entirely reliant on his ultimates in teamfights. _No counters to Pyke though_
GreyfellD (EUW)
: I refuse to play Pyke
I love how people have this massive double standard when it comes to Pyke. Let's just ignore the fact that Thresh and Alistar have been stronger and more meta for _longer periods of time_ and [**in Thresh's case has consistently maintained a higher playrate and winrate.**](https://www.leagueofgraphs.com/champions/overview/support) But you're right, he's overloaded even though he has no heal or shield abilities, he dies in a second or less from being focused, all of his moves are telegraphed, and he relies entirely on his ultimate in teamfight. Pro players have outright said that he's meant for SoloQ, not organized play like Ali/Thresh. The only thing I'll agree with people on is that his passive is too overbearing on lane. Pyke's early game is risky but by the time he hits level 6-10 he's already regening 40%+ of the damage he's taking on top of his decent base stats (for that period of the game) and his utilization of Aftershock. bring on the downvotes
Odenmaru (NA)
: Anyone here like Final Fantasy 12?
Definitely _super_ underrated. The bounty board was a great addition to the game, I picked up the game on PS4 and it's still one of my top 15 JRPGs of all time.
: Do you know the statistics of which categories receive the most bans? example Verbal abuse 80% Intentional Feeding 10% ect..... > if you actually monitor what you say you will never get punished. Yes, this is my point. Can't a person who uses language that cannot be banned be just as toxic > Don't fight fire with fire. Fight fire by preventing fire by allowing players to report instigators which i believe cause the most harm and fly under the radar.
>Do you know the statistics of which categories receive the most bans? example Verbal abuse 80% Intentional Feeding 10% ect..... Yeah but what does that have to do with anything? >Yes, this is my point. Can't a person who uses language that cannot be banned be just as toxic I legitimately don't know what you're trying to say here. >Fight fire by preventing fire by allowing players to report instigators which i believe cause the most harm and fly under the radar. You _can_ report instigators and they _will_ get punished if they're guilty of what they're being reported for. You just supported that argument by showing that statistic in the beginning of your response.
Flügerl (EUW)
: ULTIMATE S9 Pyke Guide | High Pace Pyke Guide
I think your animations and design are top notch (some of the best I've seen) but this should probably just be called a "Combo Showcase" or something along those lines. You didn't really get into build paths, champion matchups, laning phase, teamfighting, or other specifics which most people would look for in an "ultimate" guide.
: Riot allows the most toxic players to slip through the cracks. The players who start arguments.
>I'll keep it simple. There is no way Riot cares enough to spend the resources on having an actual person watch a match and see how events transpired. Or because it would take an _ungodly_ amount of resources to perform and wouldn't be worth said resources because a simple automated system + blanket ruleset does the job just fine. There are barely any false positives and if you actually monitor what you say you will _never_ get punished. >The person that is already having the hardest time in the match gets additional pressure placed upon them and the chances they will say something negative increase. I sympathize with people who are being picked on, but that doesn't give you the right to sink to someone's level and then claim you shouldn't be punished for acting the same way they did. Don't fight fire with fire. >You have simply created a system where you scapegoat the people who talk like sailors after being psychologically projected upon by other upset players. Please show me a scenario in which the aggressor provoked someone and didn't get punished themselves. While negative retaliation is punishable, the system doesn't let someone else off the hook because they got someone to argue back. If someone does something reportable at any point of the match, they can get punished for it if you report them.
Thúnder (NA)
: Ornn new Passive
I'll see if I can find the ~~tweet~~ comment, but a Rioter said there's an internal priority system for it. So no matter what your ally has, one item will always take priority over the others regardless of build order. edit: Found the comment almost immediately: > [{quoted}](name=Squad5,realm=NA,application-id=A7LBtoKc,discussion-id=TEs9dPP7,comment-id=000e0000,timestamp=2018-11-06T20:18:49.141+0000) > > At the moment it works on an internal priority system. I've been thinking about some other options, like maybe whatever is in the earliest slot? Curious what you guys might think would work here.
: I'ma tell you the same thing I told another guy. There's a difference between having restrictions forced upon you, and voluntarily accepting them. I HIGHLY doubt that somebody that VOLUNTARILY muted themselves, is going to do something like feed, or AFK.
As Jo0o said, in that case there are alternatives. Someone who voluntarily mutes themselves should have the ability to refrain from becoming toxic again. If for some reason they can't do that, you can unbind your enter key, edit your config to remove the chatbox entirely, or just not talk altogether.
: As Somebody Who's Been Perma'd 8 Times, Here's How To Stop Toxicity
>Just give players the option to mute themselves before a game starts, without the option to reverse it after the game starts. We already can mute our entire team, the entire enemy team, or both, whenever we feel like it, don't know why this isn't option. I have two things to say on this topic, although I'm not _fully_ opposed to a feature like this being added. Simply put, self control goes a long way. After my first permanent ban I learned to bite my tongue and shortly after my attitude changed when I viewed the game through a positive lens. I understand that not all players are the same (which is the main reason why I wouldn't mind if your feature was added) but exercising self-restraint is something all people should be able to do or learn how to do. Secondly, permanent chat restrictions have been attempted before and it just led to players griefing other areas of the game (such as stealing jungle camps or intentionally feeding.) Riot removed them because it was shown to be ineffective at dealing with repeat offenders. >This isn't just for heavily toxic players, either. Imagine all the times a perfectly fine player got tilted after an incredibly bad game, and ends up losing it the very next game and flames their entire team, and has the Honor Level 5 they worked so hard for dropped all the way to Honor Level 0. I've seen that happen to often. Well, if there was a system in place like you suggest, the player in this scenario wouldn't be able to talk in the first place. So it's either take a risk by leaving yourself unmuted and risk tilting over the course of the game or mute yourself and gimp your communication with the enemy team. While you mentioned there are ways to communicate through pings alone, it's never as effective as using chat and not having that ability is a huge detriment to any (non-premade) team. >Chat restrictions are a joke of a punishment, and rarely, if ever, work. I've seen chat restrictions work plenty of times. They act as a fair but stern warning that you're placing your account in jeopardy. When I first made this account I briefly slipped back into my old ways, but that 10 game chat restriction stopped me from continuing my actions and I changed for the better. It's meant to be a slap on the wrist to stop players from heading down a slippery slope.
Bultz (NA)
: Tanks should not remain tanky without tank items. Remove this shit.
The only champion like this I can think of that people have valid complaints about is Galio. Thresh, Nautilus, Ornn, and Malphite all gimp themselves horribly by going full AP. Also, Ornn is statistically one of the worst champions in the game so he's definitely not going to be building anything other than tank.
: Mastery Token 6
_"You can only earn Mastery 6 and 7 tokens in Summoner's Rift normal and ranked games." _ [-Champion Mastery Guide](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/articles/204211284-Champion-Mastery-Guide)
: League editor
If you're talking about getting the gameplay footage itself, that's just done by recording replays or live gameplay and trimming it down. If you mean the Rift map (where he makes the diagrams of turrets and map points) that can again be done in editing with Adobe Premiere or After Effects. Personally I do everything in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015, I find it has everything I could really need. (I'm not a pro editor or anything though)
: I agree with that. It was more clarity for those who may not click the links and just go by the title. Will admit I am curious about this DFO game though. Could be fun.
I'm actually kind of surprised because I've never heard of that game either, apparently it's been around since _2005_. That's really impressive :p
: It has a free to play revenue one again int he article. LoL dropped from 1 to 3; behind Fortnite and Dungeon fighter online.
Yeah, I looked at that but the reason I mentioned the difference is because that heavily impacts the numbers of a game. PUBG made $1.03 billion with League making $1.4 billion, so OP's post isn't great for the argument he's trying to make tbh
: Funny how damage goes up : Revenue goes down
The title of that article says "Outearned every other _premium_ PC game" Premium means people pay for the product, League is a free-to-play game.
: Player behavior.
# [Universal Boards Rules](https://boards.na.leagueoflegends.com/en/c/community-moderation/ITFIpNUE) - Naming & Shaming _No personal attacks or witch-hunting, for any reason. Do not make posts accusing another player of causing a negative in-game experience, cheating, trolling, or any other malicious activity, even if you have hard evidence._ _If you see or hear about another person breaking the rules in-game, send a ticket to Player Support. If you see or hear about another person breaking the rules on the board, report the post in question or come to the Moderation Discord._ ___________________ It sounds like those two players were just trolls. Your best course of action is to mute or ignore them for the duration of the game. False reports won't do anything to harm your account, so just report them with the proper categories and eventually they'll get punished.
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