: This community is honestly pathetic.
In summary for all confused, the only time someone should be permabanned should have nothing to do with chat. I just wish the rules would change.
: Perhaps it is you that doesn't fit in well with the community's standards.
: > Why is the solution to flaming to report someone? It doesn't make sense that Riot added a mute button but players aren't even encouraged to use it. Players are encouraged to use both the mute feature _and_ the report feature. They're both tools for dealing with toxicity; muting being relatively effective per-match, while the report feature is more effective in the long run. And reporting is the solution to flaming because everyone agreed to the same rules, and flaming is against those rules. So, since reporting tells Riot that someone broke the rules they agreed to, reporting serves as the most viable solution to flaming. > Instead of not being a sensitive child, I am going to report everyone who criticizes me and hope they get banned. Implying that you have to be sensitive to resort to reporting. And also implying that being toxic and flaming is devoid of any sensitivity whatsoever. > Why is perma-banning even a thing? Because Riot needs some kind of ultimate punishment to resort to if someone absolutely refuses to play by the rules. They're not just going to keep giving small punishments for small offenses over and over and over ad infinitum - toxic players need to learn to either shape up or ship out, and Riot isn't going to let them keep ignoring the rules forever. > Someone called me a bad word in chat and instead of muting them Riot will just delete the thousands of hours they spent playing their shitty game. I made one mistake and someone completely flew off the handle and completely abandoned the game in favor of spouting vitriol and toxicity. See how easy it is to make anything sound frivolous if you distill it into the most basic, uninformative shorthand? Riot permabans players not for "calling someone a bad word", but for continuous misbehavior and decided ignorance of the rules that they agreed to. Ignoring the most toxic and belligerent players, it takes _quite a while_ to build up to a permanent suspension, and after so many games of continued misbehavior, that ultimate punishment is certainly warranted. > I look at these boards and even people who were unfairly banned are just told to suck it up and do better next time. If the ban was truly unfair, we'd direct them to Player Support to appeal it. > If you truly want someone who called you a name on an online game to have their money, time and effort wasted, you are just as toxic as the people you report. I want them to stop being a dick. If that means that they eventually run themselves into the ground and have all their time, money, and effort wasted, then that's on them. They had every opportunity to simply not be toxic.
How much do they pay you for this bullshit? im sure as hell not reading all that
mack9112 (NA)
: Toxicity is 0 tolerance policy treat your fellow players with respect. Calling us the community pathetic only solidifies your own toxic attitude.
Not even toxic anymore just sympathize with toxic players
: Was a ban really necesary in this case?
This man is a hero can't tell me otherwise lmao.
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: Playing with the goal of tilting your opponents needs to be a bannable offense.
Get the fuck off my screen and LATA BITCH are my only chats no cap
Gëcko (NA)
: Honor 2
Yeah, gotta play a lot though and honoring others and getting honored helps a lot more than you think it does.
: You're not allowed to insult people on changeable things either. "Idiot", "moron", "loser", etc. - all still punishable. You asked why a Champion could have a gratuitously violent voice line while you weren't allowed to call someone an "autist", and now you're deliberately taking away messages that weren't there.
Why do these people care so much? If League got rid of the ban system all together it would be a way more fun game to play tbh.


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