: > [{quoted}](name=Cõmega,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=EdEPmEmQ,comment-id=,timestamp=2019-11-30T01:01:52.867+0000) > > I told him to "Actually use your brain" & "get better and stop trolling" > > Somehow that is considered harassment Yes, that is correct. Directly insulting another player is considered harassment.
> [{quoted}](name=ChickenWrap,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=EdEPmEmQ,comment-id=0002,timestamp=2019-11-30T01:11:06.421+0000) > > Yes, that is correct. Directly insulting another player is considered harassment. Go to the OSRS reddit, take notes and moderate accordingly. We're adults, and we act like adults. Grow up and stop pretending the community is a bunch of preteens who can't handle direct conversations or comments here bud.
TheGrot (NA)
: Riot Should Remove JG Autofill
I miss gold drakes, these new ones are far too influential and need to be reverted, but that's just imo.
Kai Guy (NA)
: There is a set number of players so there can only be so many games made at any given time from that population. Auto fill serves to balance out the Population into all the roles equally, so any time you have 10 folks you can build a game. Removeing it for jungle results in only being able to make as many games as you have Junglers qued divided by 2. The bigger the population gap the more dramatic the MMR range in games and Que times become. If you want feel free to provide a Population you think represents the Average # of players in the Que then give me the % value of that you think is represented by jungle.
"Removeing it for jungle results in only being able to make as many games as you have Junglers qued divided by 2" Perhaps no one wants to play jungle because it's such a shitty role. Functionally it's never a matter of IF a game can be formed, it's a matter of when, and honestly I'm okay with longer queues. In diamond queue there's only like a 2-3 minute queue, and honestly I would prefer a 15 minute queue if it made the matches much better than they presently are. (which are terrible btw) so yeah. I have no problem with waiting for good games, no problem at all and most people don't imo.
C9 Scott (NA)
: Riot should remove you.
: > [{quoted}](name=LatetotheRace,realm=NA,application-id=6heBIhQc,discussion-id=oIfaFQ2x,comment-id=00000001000000000000,timestamp=2019-11-28T04:38:19.515+0000) > > " Either the people like it or not, they will adapt and these boards will turn into a better place" > > Either the people like it or not, they will~~ adapt~~ leave and these boards will ~~turn into a better place~~ die completely. > There you go, fixed it. Yeah, no. Idiots will leave, there I fixed it for you. You genuinely think getting rid of shitposters is a bad idea? Well, THAT is the problem of these boards. These boards aren't taken seriously _because_ the majority here posts straight up garbage. Reddit has overall better quality and even that is debatable. If I make a "yasuo is so fucking broken omfg so op" thread every 4 minutes and mods delete those (shit)posts then I would make another (shit)post like OP did here then leave. I don't want to read about flatearthers in a scientific magazine/board/subreddit every goddamn page.
If you just think they're removing shitposts then you're blind. I'm so glad you're all for destroying the boards. GG pats on back.
: > [{quoted}](name=LatetotheRace,realm=NA,application-id=6heBIhQc,discussion-id=oIfaFQ2x,comment-id=000000010000,timestamp=2019-11-27T04:30:12.240+0000) > > If it was trash then it would get 0 upvotes/downvotes or a few downvotes and dissapear into the feed les than an hour later. Mods stepping in is unnecessary and honestly just makes them look stupid. See, people around here don't understand when they talk dogshit, like how bronzies don't realise that they are bad at the game and think they deserve challenger. But I don't want people to understand that, I want the mods just to remove such garbage. Either the people like it or not, they will adapt and these boards will turn into a better place. A place Riot will visit eventually.
" Either the people like it or not, they will adapt and these boards will turn into a better place" Either the people like it or not, they will~~ adapt~~ leave and these boards will ~~turn into a better place~~ die completely. There you go, fixed it.
: > [{quoted}](name=gibedepusib0ss,realm=NA,application-id=6heBIhQc,discussion-id=oIfaFQ2x,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2019-11-26T18:34:07.266+0000) > > Mods regularly do questionable things and later backtrack with an "Oops, sorry, not sure why that happened." Maybe they'll get back to you, most likely they won't. They're better at censoring than actually enforcing rules and creating discussion. Or you know, his post was utter trash and there was literally no point to waste space on the boards with such a post? You guys never think more than 2 steps ahead smh.
If it was trash then it would get 0 upvotes/downvotes or a few downvotes and dissapear into the feed les than an hour later. Mods stepping in is unnecessary and honestly just makes them look stupid.
Jikker (NA)
: > [{quoted}](name=Captainn Ginyu,realm=NA,application-id=6heBIhQc,discussion-id=oIfaFQ2x,comment-id=00010000,timestamp=2019-11-27T01:40:57.385+0000) > > so mods can dictate what is or is not "gameplay discussion"? what? if its a discussion about gameplay casual or not it belongs in a gameplay discussion board general discussion here is more about meme content and off topic discussions so i really fail to see how a discussion about gameplay belongs in there at all I was more giving the reasoning why the mod that did the removal decided it belonged in GD. GD is for off topic and some memes, but it is also for casual League discussion or informal League discussion for a bit of better wording. The thread seemed to be a more casual mention. If you continue reading, I gave suggestions for how to improve the thread to remove the parts that make it more on the casual side because I _**do**_ think it would be fitting for Gameplay given it is discussing a strategy. We're hoping that we'll be able to post the new guidelines for Gameplay soon to help people better understand the direction the sub-board is heading and how we're going to help it get there. That's the main reason I offered some ideas on how to expand on the thread to promote more discussion.
"We're hoping that we'll be able to post the new guidelines for Gameplay soon to help people better understand" The boards already understood the new proposed rules and have already stated their mass disapproval. So stop with the garbage already. Out whoever did the removal and vow to stop making these poor decisions in the future eh? (Especially not until you shoehorn the new rules in.)
Jikker (NA)
: Hello, I've reviewed your thread and I believe the reasoning was that it came off as more of a casual conversation than an active, productive discussion of Gameplay. GD is the sub-board for people to chat with each other, share experiences, and casually discuss thoughts and ideas. If you're just looking for some people to try things out and say "yes it worked" or "nah I felt like I was trolling and lost" then GD is probably the best place for that. Having read through the thread you wrote, I think you could easily create it into a more expansive thread to better detail what your strategy would look like and why it would work well. For example, you could suggest a team comp that would work well with this strategy. Which champions would be the best for each jungler position? What ADC or laner would you pick that could handle the 1v2 while waiting for ganks? Would you be looking at the main jungler as being a carry because they are power farming and contesting neutral objectives? Would the ganking jungler be a traditional jungler or more of a support champion? Would you utilize this to counter jungle and shut down the jungle? How would this be better than a roaming support? There are lots of questions you could answer or discuss to promote discussion on the sub-board. The removal was without warning and was a curation removal since we are unable to move threads so this won't be counting against your account's status. I did notice you reposted the thread on GD. If you would like to discuss the topic casually on that thread, I can leave that thread up for you. If you'd like to recreate the thread with more details or explanation of your strategy like I noted above, then I'll gladly lock your GD version for you and you can take your discussion to Gameplay. Let me know which you'd prefer and if you have anymore questions. {{sticker:poppy-wink}}
mabarry3 (NA)
: Hey meddler, i was wondering if you knew why air Drake ultimate cdr does not apply to the three primary transformers? I know their ultimate cdr isn't as impactful but it seems weird that it just doesn't work at all for them. As a nidalee player I can very much appreciate a lower ult cooldown so I can transform to human faster after a rotation and was really disappointed to see it didn't work.
I'm not 100%, but I don't think ultimate hunter or presence of mind effect them either? I could be wrong, but if they don't then it would make sense for this not to as well?
: Slightly weaker? Every lethality user dropped 1-1.5% winrate (discluding nocturne abusing sanguine), lethality just got even worse, you straight up took vision control from duskblade, nerfed dirk by removing its passive, made edge of night completely useless. And we got literally almost nothing to compensate that (sanguine works best on champions that arent supposed to build it). Why would you get an item that gives lethality which gives dusk passive for 2400 gold that gives 12 lethality which is not even enough to negate armor from cloth armor worth 300! gold when you can get dominik and red sweeper? When I look at gunblade now I see it more clear than ever, ap champs are heavly favorised in this game. It gives far more damage than dusk more usefull and reliable slow, revolver costs 50 gold less than dirk but it can give more damage yeah fair, and its scaling is better than dirk ever was and does more damage in every single point of the game (40 damage vs 50-120), but dirk now gives absolutely nothing. WaiT BuT iT gIveS LeThaLity, yeah so much of it that armor per lever compared to mr per level completely negates it because base resistances are heavly skewed in favor of magic damage. It just sucks I cant be treated as fair as mages are
On account of how strong lethality has been let's give it some time, and chock it up to growing pains in the mean time.
Queš (EUW)
: What about {{champion:24}} and {{champion:58}} after Shojin removal ?
They were viable before it's addition, and only unnecessarily benefited from it's existence. They'll go back to being fine instead of being invasive.
Meddler (NA)
: Quick Gameplay Thoughts: November 22
Weird question, in game replays, why is there a +1 gold on champion deaths? You see the actual gold gained from kills on top of the killer, but +1 on top of the player that died.
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Mhihnj (EUW)
: i wouldn't mind that tbh but then {{champion:45}} {{item:3089}} {{item:3285}} {{item:3157}} recalls {{champion:238}} {{item:3089}} {{item:3285}} {{item:3157}}
Something something his passive does magic damage something something. (Also always build lich bane or nashors JUST in case.)
: anyone else getting massive fps drops
It's due to the dragon changes, I can almost guarantee it. Personally the map is getting grainy as well for some reason.
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Pika310 (NA)
: According to [this post](https://boards.na.leagueoflegends.com/en/c/gameplay-balance/g53JK9pg-so-riot-deleted-the-post-about-needing-more-ways-to-knock-yummi-off-her-target?show=flat&comment=0008000a000100020000), Rito is unwilling to pay the money to hire a programmer to add **necessary** features such as moving threads and Rito is also unwilling to give access to their unpaid volunteer programmers to add that feature either. Regardless of how little effort it would require & how extremely useful & beneficial to moderation it would be, it simply won't happen. Because a multi-billion-dollar international corporation is unwilling to spend money for the convenience of their staff and customers.
~~ Because a multi-billion-dollar international corporation~~ You forgot small indie game company. I fixed it for you. I would say it's time for a verbal recognition against riot for this, but they have a very "specific" business model.
Jikker (NA)
: > [{quoted}](name=LatetotheRace,realm=NA,application-id=3ErqAdtq,discussion-id=g53JK9pg,comment-id=0008000a00000001,timestamp=2019-11-16T19:19:33.972+0000) > > Back in the day nice mods used to move my posts. In like... s3-s4 era. But now the lot of them are jerks is seems. The old forums (parchment ones) had that functionality. Once the move to the Boards happened, the functionality was lost. There's a reason so many of us fought hard against the move since we knew this platform was inferior in many ways. There also was very limited moderation back then which is why many people may not remember this. Only reason I know is I had a thread moved.
Is this something y'all are actively pushing for still? There is functionality I can 100% support for the mods to have, but that is not synonymous with authority and I want to make that clear. The new forums are pretty linear in design and I doubt this would take much effort on the part of anyone to implement it, so let's get it done?
: The heralds oversee the moderators, and we do have Riot oversight. Another moderator reviewed the action brought up in this thread (In this case, Wilk reviewed an action by Ulanopo) and weighed in/clarified the removal there. We're always open to feedback, as we're not gonna get every call right. That being said, I do agree on this with my fellow mods: one sentence does not meet the minimal requirements of making a gameplay thread, and it'd have been perfectly fine reposting it elsewhere in the forums, such as GD, or Rant.
Well what about when specific actions have been called out, I recall this being an issue when a moderator deletes a post that has received strong positive traction from the community. (Say 70-100 upvotes within 2 days max) Why on earth would a mod remove that post for such a pointless reason? Furthermore, where is the apology, Herald addressing the issue as being sorted through, or EVEN acknowledgement from the bad decision on the part of the individual. Surely there is some real solution from the whole endeavor. I genuinely want the Mod to come out and apologize and pledge to be a little less foolhardy on the subject in the future. That's what adults do, they own up to bad decisions and improve themselves, I'm not seeing any of that here.
: You could always submit a support ticket so that an actual Riot employee will look at any poor behavior. However, Riot benefits pretty nicely from forum moderators. A tiny droplet of e-power and you have several people willing to work for free. I was a video game forum moderator once for an MMO. I felt on top of the world deleting threads and quashing trolls. Then I turned 18 and realized spending my free time playing games instead of policing people talking about games was more fun. But to each his own!
"A tiny droplet of e-power and you have several people willing to work for free. It's the minecraft server complex. And oh does it work wonders.
rujitra (NA)
: You disagreeing with the rules doesn’t mean the moderator are wrong for enforcing them. Maybe you should go find a community with rules you like more.
I just want an official league forum where the mods don't control the content as a whole. By all means censor the garbage that needs it, but removing posts for lack of substance is silly at best. Especially when tiny insignificant posts of that kind often just go -2 to +2 votes and dissapear into the void after a couple of days. It's not the mods job to remove such posts ESPECIALLY if they've received any kind of positive or even negative reaction. Unless there's no personally derogatory or inflammatory action, then there's no reason to remove it. Period.
: So you're upset at the mods for doing their jobs? Petty. So petty.
Doing your job is great and all, until you add your own job specifications and duties.
: Do you have a point here? This is not a League of Legends Player Behavior issue. Or are you just trying to bait the moderators into removing another post so you have something else to fuel your outrage? Submit a support ticket to Riot, or take it to the proper venue - https://boards.na.leagueoflegends.com/en/c/community-moderation https://boards.na.leagueoflegends.com/en/c/community-moderation/7rtKBZLi-boards-moderation-discord-verification Nobody is going to share in your outrage that someone removed your post for being in the wrong board, no matter how much you abuse the voting on the site.
The intention is for a more public venue, a lot more people will see this than in the moderation forum. Like it or not, that's the reason.
: Uhhh, we've never been able to lmao.
> [{quoted}](name=Academy Kayn,realm=NA,application-id=3ErqAdtq,discussion-id=g53JK9pg,comment-id=0008000a000100030000,timestamp=2019-11-16T19:25:23.574+0000) > > Uhhh, we've never been able to lmao. Well I apparently go that far back in my moderation history or I would knock you off the high horse and prove it. You've broken Mod character and I recommend you stop while you've broken even. "Uhh lmao." hehehe
: I'll point out that just because people are paid, doesn't mean they're better, and I'll point towards the previous paid moderators for how that went down. And no, Rito doesn't use us. We do this because we're passionate about the Boards, and we enjoy doing this. For the most part, the Moderator program is hands off from Riot, save for when we need to forward certain posts to them for their own reasons. I earnestly don't believe that we're representative of their company, but that's because I was a player made Moderator, picked by Moderators, not Riot. I think you have a valid point when it comes to some of the older Heralds, because they were chosen by people Riot actually paid, and have less of a degree of seperation than myself. If I do something wrong or insult someone, the blame is on the Heralds who allowed me to be apart of the program, not Riot, because like said, the Moderator program is extremely hands off.
When people are paid, there is real accountability. If you suck then you get fired, I'm not seeing your disincentive here buddy.
: Feedback's a tricky thing when you get it from hundreds of people. There's a lot of people here who think that we shouldn't be as strict as we are, and there's just as many who think we need to be stricter on our standards. We do take feedback, but we can't bow to what everyone wishes, and we're never going to be able to make everyone happy. I don't know what you mean by "Punishing everyone for one person's actions", because we don't do that unless you mean the comments of the thread deleted, which is what happens for every post deleted. Not exactly something we can avoid. And believe me, if I deleted every piece of content that incensed me, the gameplay board would be far emptier than it is right now. People may not believe us, as they're as melodramatic to compare a deleted post to book burning, but we by far try to stick to the rules that we have set to each board, but we do have different perspectives. I personally wouldn't have deleted the Yuumi post, but I can understand the opinion that just because a low effort post *can* have discussion in the comments, doesn't mean we should just allow low effort posts. That said, I can also understand that discussion in the comments is more important than the main post. We have had a lot of talk behind the scenes when it comes to this, and Ulanpo has commented on the situation as well (If you scroll down real far) for more context on why it was done.
> Feedback's a tricky thing when you get it from hundreds of people > There's a lot of people here who think that we shouldn't be as strict as we are >We do take feedback, but we can't bow to what everyone wishes >I personally wouldn't have deleted the Yuumi post, but I can understand the opinion that just because a low effort post can have discussion in the comments, doesn't mean we should just allow low effort posts. >I can also understand that discussion in the comments is more important than the main post. >We have had a lot of talk behind the scenes when it comes to this Back, and forth, back and forth. Red rover red rover let Kayn come over. My one serious take away from this is; if there's a lot of talk behind the scenes, then make it public. That way when someone says, "Man I can't wait to remove everything that isn't 3 paragraphs long" then we as the community can say either "no, that's a foolish mentality" or if necessary "No, this person needs to be removed from the Mod staff."
: >The moment you see something in a thread that damages the rules (which might not even be the OP's fault), you immediately either remove the entire thread or entirely lock it Gee it's almost like that's what the damn rules are for, and what the mods are here to do.
Except the mods are trying to make more rules, so they can impose stricter control.
: Because it's not censorship. Ryker isn't telling anyone they can't post what they want to say, they're saying that it's better posted *on a different board*. Just because it's not harmful doesn't mean we shouldn't enforce the rules that every subboard obeys. A gameplay topic in Player behavior technically doesn't harm anything either, but it's still the wrong place for it. And I'm aware, the 140 downvotes on Rykers comment is more than telling that people are taking an issue with this. And I'm perfectly fine answering people's questions about why the action was taken, and more than willing to take feedback about whether or not this is what we want Gameplay to be about. That's why we have the proposed Gameplay rules thread, the one Ulanpo posted below (Scroll down real far). At the end of the day though, if we're looking at the comments on said proposed rules thread, people want gameplay to be more than just a minimal effort board. 22 words which can be summed up as "I don't like this, this shouldn't be like this" isn't exactly gameplay material, though the argument which I do think is valid, is the discussion that took place within the thread. On the other hand, just because people can make a discussion out of a minimal effort post, does that mean we should just let people keep doing them? Honestly, it's a tough question, and that's why we posted the proposed rules. We want feedback on what people want from Gameplay posts.
Except it's not, noone wants to post on the void that is rant, and honestly there's a LOT of people with the exact same mindset about Yummi here. "Honestly, it's a tough question, and that's why we posted the proposed rules. We want feedback on what people want from Gameplay posts." The whole post was a flop, and giving the mods any more control is a mistake. "I'm gonna report your response as wrong here, nothing personal but it's obvious the board does not support your opinion. As a mod you need to work with the community and not against it." -New Copypasta.
Ýisus (NA)
: You do realize that you have no idea what you are talking about? In your example you compare a 9 character password with a 22 character password ... is this a joke? Of coarse 19 characters is more secure than 9. A much more fair comparison would be to use 2 passwords of the same length, one with complexity and one without ... P455w0rD! is much much more secure than Password! - yet they have the same overall meaning to the user, and the same length. Password! = Medium size botnet About 35 minutes P455w0rD! = Medium size botnet About 6 days It took the botnet 247x longer to figure out the password with at least 1 upper / 1 lower / 2 numbers / 1 special character than it did the "simple password" One thing you haven't considered, because you probably don't know - many databases / OS's were written poorly, and break everything down into 8 character strings. IE you could have your password: EveryLifeEndsWithUs - it is not actually stored as a 19 character password ... it is stored as 2x8 + 3 ... meaning a brute force machine need only solve (2) 8 character password strings + a 3rd password string containing 3 characters. By adding capitals and special characters, the cracker no longer knows which 8 character string the special character / number / uppercase is in ... making it multitudes harder to crack. These youngins not knowing their shit ~ killing me small fry.
Unless there's an autoboot out after X number of failed attempts. Then brute forcing is exponentially different.
Ęsdeath (EUW)
: This honestly makes me wonder if our accounts are that really secure. It's hilarious how YOU are responsible for keeping your account safe, when they don't implement anything to tightly secure it (2FA, for example). If someone somehow managed to brute-force my account or even hack it, I would be the one in charge of keeping it safe. Support would blame me and walk away from it. It's genuinely hilarious, I gotta tell you.
Oh man, I was sitting in the lobby when one day and I got logged out. Turns out some dude from ukraine got onto my account, which I immediately just changed my password either way. (Crisis averted I guess?) But here's the fucking kicker. I went and turned in a support ticket not 15 minutes after, and the response was oh, yeah there was some weird access to the account, good job changing your password. But what if I hadn't been online during that EXACT moment, and what if... Like seriously, they didn't even try to make some bullshit up about trying to do anything about it. (They could have at least banned access from the game to that IP at the very least. Pfft)
: Because it's physically impossible for us to do so. The tools we have don't allow it, and we don't have the indepth ability to change that.
Sorry honey, you used to be able to. Either fix it or make riot.
: > [{quoted}](name=Ðeviruchi,realm=EUW,application-id=3ErqAdtq,discussion-id=g53JK9pg,comment-id=0008000a,timestamp=2019-11-16T00:06:31.174+0000) > > Why don't you moderators move topics to their respective forums instead of completely removing them and asking the players to reopen it in the correct forum? Because the purpose is not to guide people, it's to censor them by making the effort of rewriting and reposting a thread in another forum a disincentive in itself to continue the conversation. My thread criticizing the horrible idea of giving Senna a shroud mechanic when they couldn't even balance Akali's (which affects a single player and not multiple) was removed and they told me I should repost it in rant or general discussion, which makes no damn sense considering a champion's gameplay is being discussed.
Back in the day nice mods used to move my posts. In like... s3-s4 era. But now the lot of them are jerks is seems.
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94372148 (NA)
: Pyke's pull doesn't need a 90% slow attached to it.
Handicaps Baybeee, who wants skilled play when we can make it LOOK like you're skilled instead.
Keyru (NA)
: Boards Moderation Discord Verification
Antenora (EUW)
: Ekko is only broken in the jungle. He's a decent but not overwhelming mid laner. He needs JUNGLE RELATED nerfs.   This is protecting him from nerfs https://i.gyazo.com/97c1625425ab5ee3b08ee8004b19f16d.png
: You must be new here. Ekko just got a new skin, so riot won't be touching him.After he finishes selling a ton of skins; they will probably trash him to 46% winrate or some shit, untill then enjoy.
If I recall most skin sales are shortly after release, so in a couple of weeks we'll be in the clear.
: Changing ekko e to a dash from a blink would ruin him thematically. But yes nerf the stun. Then lower ap ratio on ult healing. They already made its cd low asf
Yeah that's just my personal peeve, themes aside it would make him less cancerous to deal with against anything with skillshots.
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: Did the Akali rework fail?
It was made by CertainlyT with the intention of outdoing both Darius and Yasuo is unbalancablity and stupid mechanics. (Not to mention she still rushes gunblade and plays drain tank) As a whole she failed and missed the mark entirely.
: no one want's to play the heal bot so yes support's need to change to be more fun. this is a video game fun should be the top priority.
" this is a video game fun should be the top priority" {{champion:201}} {{champion:89}} {{champion:497}} {{champion:53}} {{champion:25}} {{champion:44}} Are imo the most fun supports. (Pyke, yuumi and now Senna are abominations. so I'll exclude them)
: > [{quoted}](name=3TWarrior,realm=NA,application-id=3ErqAdtq,discussion-id=8pRrWpWE,comment-id=000d0000,timestamp=2019-11-12T02:17:25.003+0000) > > alistar's actually the opposite. He "can" lock down a target, but his primary function is defense with his headbutt to disengage > > compare him to aggressive tanks like leona and blitz and he's sub-par in that regard I really want to see these alistar's that play defensive since I have never seen one who plays him that way in my entire time playing league and I have been playing since season 2. I think you are mistaking him for braum.
I've seen it frequently, so you have just had an odd experience. That being said that playstyle is reactionary.
: Hey folks. Sorry for the frustration around that feature. We're discussing what the best options are to get a toggle that allows you to go back to the default music. I'll keep you posted :)
: Lmao only issue they respond too is skin related
: A large amount of people still play with their cameras locked. Blue can access Baron much more easily and safely than purple can. It's probably better to be able to start on red buff than blue buff, and blue gets two people to help with the buff.
"A large amount of people still play with their cameras locked" Huh? You got a source for that? I don't doubt it necessarily but I need to see the numbers on that.
: Statistically, why does Blue side still have nearly a 3% higher chance of winning than Red side?
Even the minions blue side will win more games if left alone. Something like 55%~ I think was the number years ago, with no champion involvement blue will win. So it's just a free buff being on blue side, you have stronger minions.
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