: what's the point of "leaving the game afk" report option, if there's leavebuster?
Leaverbuster handles DCs and ragequits with LPQ. It is entirely automatic and relies only on timers. Other types of going AFK, like dancing/typing in base, or farming the jungle for the purpose of not contributing to teamfights need to be reported for the IFS to investigate and punish (with a 14 day for the first offense, as it is a gameplay offense).
: can we make leaving non-ranked games only punishable with low priority and nothing else?
No. The rules are the same for every matchmade game. That is important, because there are people who play every mode. No one deserves less consideration based on what mode they're playing.
: ***
That is wire fraud, a 10 year felony. I would not suggest it.
: Ban 11 time for been toxic
First, you signed a contract stating that you would follow the rules, with the punishments for not abiding by the contract clearly laid out. Don't click "I agree" if you don't agree. Second, you're misunderstanding the right to free speech. There are two parts. The first part is that the government cannot punish you for the messages that you convey. As you have not been arrested, charged with a crime, or found guilty of any crime; nothing has abridged this portion of your right to free speech. The other part of free speech is that you and Riot both have the right to **not** convey any messages that you don't want to convey. Riot has decided that they don't want to transmit the messages you type. If you somehow had the ability to force Riot to transmit your messages at cost to them, there would be no protection from you being forced to convey any sort of message at cost to you. For example, I could force you to create a video distribution website full of videos of you getting kicked in the nuts. It would be expensive.
Kìmblee (NA)
: Weird, because according to my last game I was banned for responding to 2 inting players who harassed everybody all game, seems insufferable to me and I reponded to that. So I am insufferable and due to that was called a childish petty brat (insulted). I reported him, should we take bets on what happens to him in the EXACT same scenario I was just banned for?
The forums and game are different entities, and have different rules.
Rioter Comments
: Y I K E S
The queue delay is currently set at 1 hour 15 minutes, and it's been steadily rising. (11:30 Eastern)
Entropik (OCE)
: Banned for no reason?
Did you type any "jokes" in game or in private chat?
: Low priority Q because of a BUG!
Have you considered trying to fix the problem?
: > [{quoted}](name=CrazyMonkeyCZ,realm=EUW,application-id=ZGEFLEUQ,discussion-id=juqzQA6A,comment-id=0001,timestamp=2019-06-19T06:29:58.915+0000) > > Only your actions matters, it doesn't matter who started and who did what. > > If you want any opinions, post chatlogs. Can you tell me where to find these logs? i'd happily post them
Relog into the client. Your reform card will pop up as long as you're still on your chat restriction. If you've already played through it, you can create a support ticket to ask for them. https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/requests/new
Kuponya (NA)
: So what happens if someone is blatantly "toxic" to get an account that isn't theirs banned?
The account owners shared the account in that case. That is cause for an immediate permaban, regardless of prior behavior.
: Ok.I get it.But when does it reset ?Is there any official information?is it at honor level 2 or honor level 5 or???
It takes between three and six months of regular playing with good behavior to drop each punishment tier.
KHBAT (EUW)
: I don't think so. However i said a lot of insults not in english (and targeted towards my premades), I don't think the instant feedback system could detect that
The IFS functions in every zone in the world. What made you think that it only understands English?
: regarding paypal and automatic payments
You can buy physical RP cards at many retailers. Or if you prefer digital interaction, you can purchase from Amazon.com .
: Is this possible(banned for private chat)?
From the thread in question >you provided the key reason " You have been negative on Multiple accounts " so you made how many accounts to PM i am assuming the same guy ? It is not a mistake by support to ban someone for harassment of that nature.
: Are you seriously suggesting that the ability to judge and limit speech is acceptable simply because the entity in subject is a business and not the government? It's 2019, shouldn't we be at the stage in life where talking isn't something potentially imposed upon with made up rules? If you're speaking objectively and stating the fact that Riot has the right to enforce whatever rules they desire, I understand that. My post isn't questioning whether they have the right or not but rather hoping to open discussion about their use of that right.
Riot spends and has spent money to built and maintain the game, including it's chat functions. Their right to speech includes the ability to not host any chat they do not want to spend money hosting. If you think that you can force them to transmit speech on your behalf, I also claim that right over your time and money. You must now spend at least $15k a month building and maintaining a video distribution site containing only videos of you purchasing and destroying collectible plates. Unless for some reason you think that you have some sort of right to your own speech (how you spend your money is considered a form of speech), and I can't personally usurp it.
: Would different reporting standards for ranked and casual work?
The rules are agreed to upon account creation, not when you join a specific queue.
: What counts as intentional feeding?
Intentional feeding, as a category, is any action taken for the **purpose** of helping the opponents to win. The most visible action in that category is dying **on purpose**.
: Is there anything that can be done about this?
During your first 10 matches you are issued a provisional rank. This is your guaranteed minimum rank. It can only move up with wins. It doesn't move down with losses. One extra loss may hurt your starting position, but it will have no impact on where you end up over the course of a season.
: > [{quoted}](name=Silent Gravity,realm=NA,application-id=ZGEFLEUQ,discussion-id=u0AVgnX1,comment-id=000200000000,timestamp=2019-05-30T01:00:00.909+0000) > > This is not the format of reform cards. Please copy/paste that or take a screenshot of the reform card itself. That's the format when you send in a support ticket and get an automated reply from the Blitz bot.
You are correct. That is why I asked for the reform card. Blitz's automated responses do not contain the full chat logs.
Newbz (NA)
: https://imgur.com/a/98PwWyh
This is not the format of reform cards. Please copy/paste that or take a screenshot of the reform card itself.
: Is punishment tier downgrade a thing or just a myth?
https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/articles/207489286-Instant-Feedback-System-FAQ- > But what if I Reform? Is it possible to go down the escalation path? >Yes! Players who show consistent reform or show positive behavior in their games will help heal their accounts reputation.
: IWD's recent vlog has a part that got me thinking about toxicity...
When, if ever, are you able to make the choice between the two?
: Can you report someone for spoiling GoT episodes?
Riot gave 3 day bans for people who spoiled the Avengers movie, so report them if you feel like it. They could earn a punishment.
: Suspended for shit talking enemy team why ?
You understand that creating an unpleasant experience for Riot's customers is a bad thing when those customers are temporarily assigned to play with you, and are on your team. What is so different about creating an unpleasant experience for Riot's customers when those customers are temporarily assigned to play with you, and those players are on the other team?
: I CAN'T STAND THIS ANYMORE
Control wards are useful things, and elixers are useful after you're full build. You can't ever get better by correcting other peoples' mistakes. You only improve when you change yourself.
Raigar (NA)
: sure ill do that- how do i do that.. the ingame chat restriction appeared on my screen and i had to click "I understand"
: Spoofing the Ai that monitors Postgame chat reporting .
Submit a support ticket https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/requests/new if you think that the IFS could miss flagging their behavior.
Twiddist (NA)
: Toxic Grace Period?
The IFS works on games played, not on time. You had a long break, so those games were considered recent because you didn't have many games since then.
: Post Game Chat
Post game is checked when you report. Same process. The Feedback Report is very unreliable though.
: ***
I thought abiding by the contracts you've signed would be viewed positively.
Julevi (EUW)
: Thanks for clearing this up! Do you know maybe where you found that information as I often read this explanation on the boards (german ones). Wouldn't it count as ableism? I am not that educated in this field, so I apologize for that.
https://boards.na.leagueoflegends.com/en/c/community-moderation/i1T5Hmxp-individual-word-censorship-on-the-boards Ulanopo's pinned response has the moderation team's reasoning.
Julevi (EUW)
: May I ask you to include your chat log? I am just curious as you got a CR while the r-word is marked as a zero-tolerance word and could lead to a 14-days-ban.
The forums censor that word, but it isn't considered ZT by the IFS.
: That means you'd need at least 20 champions at mastery 5 to even que for Ranked. What if you don't play that many champions? You expect people to spend hours upon hours grinding mastery on champions they have no intention of ever playing just to be able to play Ranked? No thanks.
You'd need 20 champions at mastery 5 for each role. 10 to get banned. 9 for your team and the opponents' team to pick. It is unlikely that all 10 bans are your unlocked champions, and even more unlikely that the other 9 picks are also your unlocked champions, but since it's possible, and this is a proposed _**Requirement**_ for picking a champion, it must be required to have 20 champs available. 1 for you. If you only have 20 champs, instead of 20 champs for each role, you could end up forced to be Shen ADC, or Kassadin Support.
Spidii (NA)
: lol yup pretty much the truth, it's not a perma ban but honestly, like so many of the others I'll likely leave the game, other gaming communities are so much better, I like the concept of the game but between the ridiculous amount of trolls, inters and toxic players on this game now and the inability to chat, express how you feel or even use the chat with out risk of getting a ban is not worth it to me anymore. like so many other people I'll likely just take my money to another game which is sad because I have been here since season one and a real fan of the game and supported it. Riot will be fine with out me and I hope it works out for other players, I mean it thats no salt there are many people who never get a ban and they are good and fine, it's just a personal choice for me not to play a game that doesn't allow freedom of speech and expressing how you feel, plus it doesn't feel as good as it did in past seasons. But I wish everyone else well and happy rifting.
> [{quoted}](name=Spidii,realm=NA,application-id=ZGEFLEUQ,discussion-id=BYVgKaM1,comment-id=00010000,timestamp=2019-04-08T18:00:09.117+0000) > > a game that doesn't allow freedom of speech I'm sorry to hear that you were imprisoned. Was it a federal or state court that found you guilty?
: Anyone know why it switches from normal to italics? Thats weird.
>* That symbol, before and after a section of text turns the middle to italics. He used the asterisk to show correction of a typo twice in the log. You can see it more clearly by hitting "quote" on the post.
: It Is Not The Jungler's Job to Stop You From Feeding: A PSA
Good post, but this probably belongs in Gameplay, as it doesn't relate to the punishment system or an individual's suspension.
Hotarµ (NA)
: I've heard that griefing, AFKing, and intentionally feeding are all just grouped up in the same category for punishments. They're all some of the most severe offenses and are always met with a 14-day ban.
Yep, all bans for trolling, griefing, or feeding share the same reform card. Going AFK is a type of trolling.
Lumin XIII (EUNE)
: Thank you for the feedback Kei! Such an algorithm makes sense to me, though my complaint about it was that I found it either unfair or glitchy that, after 3 months of actively being at least neutral in my matches, with an average of 3.9 games per day, I was still considered as "hot" and led the account to the permaban.
It takes between three to six months of regular play with _good_ behavior to reduce a punishment tier.
: > [{quoted}](name=Silent Gravity,realm=NA,application-id=ZGEFLEUQ,discussion-id=LPtvmE2J,comment-id=00020000000000010000,timestamp=2019-03-23T23:14:20.845+0000) > > The source of the wording for "gaining freedom when you choose your responses" comes from the book "Men who hate women, and the women who love them". The reasoning and application comes from decades of personal experience and thought. I also accumulated wisdom from many sources, including my parents. > > I'll put the better explanation of the philosophy below. After you read that, I'd be curious to see what potential pitfalls you see. > > Choosing the best response seems like it would normally lead to the best outcome. Perfect foresight is impossible, so some of the decisions will be wrong, of course, but at least you would have an understanding of your motivations in having made that decision. Some of your thinking will also be incorrect, but everything is practice, so use that mistake to improve. You're very lucky to have had a dad who deeply cared about you and gave you good advice. You're also lucky that traumatic life experiences didn't fry your emotional circuits and allowed for you develop the emotional stability to actually conquer your instincts in high emotion situations. There are a lot of people, myself included, who weren't so lucky. When emotion floods the body, some people literally lose the ability to use the parts of the brain that navigate thoughtfully. I'm not justifying bad actions, just trying to understand underlying reasons. Also, "do everything on purpose" doesn't work so well creatively. While creating, an important part of the process is to let go, make mistakes, and learn from them, which can evolve work in very interesting ways. Musicians and artists are generally more impulsive because it's good for their work. Unfortunately it's not so good for every day life.
I have lived with and cared for traumatized children, so I very much understand that executive function isn't freely available to everyone in stressful situations. I don't remember the name of the scan, but I've seen the pictures with half the brain being completely free of activity. I have also seen the brain turn back on. The thing that worked best for one of mine was: closing eyes, breathing deeply, giving themselves a hug, and gently patting their sides. The book I referenced, "Men Who Hate Women and the Women Who Love Them", by Dr. Susan Forward and Joan Torres ($1.51 used on Amazon or audiobook free with Audible trial) was also geared specifically for those in the midst of abuse. I recommend you read/listen to it, if you can. Doing what you can to be in control of yourself is more important when it's difficult, not less important. ---------------------------------------- My perception on creative work is that "doing everything on purpose" is still very much applicable and useful. Letting go, making mistakes, and learning from them is something that can be done on purpose. My interaction is with the art of writing. Many professional writers have given the advice, "Write, write, write" to those that are struggling. When everything you write turns out poorly, and you're just stuck, that's when it's important to purposefully let go and make mistakes. It's a skill and a discipline that can be nurtured. It must be nurtured if you want to mature as a writer.
: Relief of a perma ban and why you should quit now.
> [{quoted}](name=OnlyPlayJng,realm=NA,application-id=ZGEFLEUQ,discussion-id=izTzhg1I,comment-id=,timestamp=2019-03-23T22:02:22.561+0000) > > > You enable a hostile environment where trolls win by default. And we have no recourse but to suffer the inevitable. > We will use our keyboard to type characters to somebody who is using their forethought and intent to give us a negative gaming experience. And we will suffer for it. > What i do not understand is how many players are allowed and encouraged to just log in every day. And intentionally tank and feed games. > But I am supposed to just stay quiet about it and take it as part of the gaming experience, or I suffer the negative consequence. The people who "type characters" to the trolls are the ones who are encouraging the trolls to keep coming back. Trolls LOVE **love** _LOVE_ _**love**_ _love_ attention. Don't feed the trolls.
: > [{quoted}](name=Silent Gravity,realm=NA,application-id=ZGEFLEUQ,discussion-id=LPtvmE2J,comment-id=000200000000,timestamp=2019-03-23T08:34:21.395+0000) > > Everything in life is practice for the person you're becoming. > > If you practice lashing out emotionally when frustrated, you'll teach yourself to lash out more harshly at less provocation over time. > If you practice keeping calm, and choosing the best course of action to get the outcome you desire, that's the sort of person you'll become. > > I'm not saying to become an unemotional automaton, but you can gain great freedom if you allow yourself to _choose_ your responses to stimuli instead of mindlessly reacting. Reactions are great for when a dangerous or stressful situation is going to last less than six seconds, but it becomes suboptimal during longer duration situations. And from where did you gather these deep insights? Decades of personal experience? An article on the internet? Your dad? I'm very curious about how you can speak so confidently and it being the absolute right course if action.
The source of the wording for "gaining freedom when you choose your responses" comes from the book "Men who hate women, and the women who love them". The reasoning and application comes from decades of personal experience and thought. I also accumulated wisdom from many sources, including my parents. I'll put the better explanation of the philosophy below. After you read that, I'd be curious to see what potential pitfalls you see. Choosing the best response seems like it would normally lead to the best outcome. Perfect foresight is impossible, so some of the decisions will be wrong, of course, but at least you would have an understanding of your motivations in having made that decision. Some of your thinking will also be incorrect, but everything is practice, so use that mistake to improve. > [{quoted}](name=Silent Gravity,realm=NA,application-id=ZGEFLEUQ,discussion-id=a6igBaVH,comment-id=0001,timestamp=2018-04-20T00:30:40.420+0000) > > Everything is practice. > > Everything is building the habits of the person you're becoming. > ------------------------------------------ > If, when confronted with something frustrating, you break out in anger. You're training yourself to break out in anger more fiercely and at less provocation. > > If, when you're confronted by the same situation, you control your responses, then you're training yourself to be controlled in the future in the face of even more provocation. > --------------------------------------- > I am very specifically NOT saying that you should never express your emotions, or that the correct action in any frustrating situation is inaction. But, in the situations where action is required, having clouded thinking and mindlessly reacting will often produce unproductive action. > > You can say to yourself, "I am angry" or "I am afraid" and _because_ of that I am going to take this or that specific action. _Deciding_ your own actions in response to a set of stimuli is a very powerful thing. > ---------------------------------- > League can be very frustrating. Anything you focus time and attention on can be frustrating. Making little carvings can be frustrating when you make a mistake or someone accidentally sets a large book on an almost finished piece. Parenting is frustrating. > ----------------- > Choosing a response that creates the best outcome for yourself, the person you're interacting with, your team, and the environment of the game as a whole is a goal that sounds good to me. Choosing a different response sounds sub-optimal. > > A long time ago, someone told me to "do everything on purpose". I have yet to come across a situation where that wasn't a good idea. > ----------------------------------- > When you're feeling frustrated, I suggest expressing that emotion to someone important to you. Anything that is important to you and you care about is worth discussing with those you love. While my father was still alive we discussed everything. Choose wise people to share with. They can help you learn how to interact with your emotions.
: ***
A) Mute them. B) Accept that you will most likely lose the game. C) Focus on what you are still able to do/learn/practice. D) Report them after the game. E) Move on.
: Yea but the Enter key comes naturally and is more satisfying :) . Honestly I don't know why everyone is mad at this suggestion, it can only help if it's in the game :/ . Most people don't stop flaming inf you tell them to stop.
Everything in life is practice for the person you're becoming. If you practice lashing out emotionally when frustrated, you'll teach yourself to lash out more harshly at less provocation over time. If you practice keeping calm, and choosing the best course of action to get the outcome you desire, that's the sort of person you'll become. I'm not saying to become an unemotional automaton, but you can gain great freedom if you allow yourself to _choose_ your responses to stimuli instead of mindlessly reacting. Reactions are great for when a dangerous or stressful situation is going to last less than six seconds, but it becomes suboptimal during longer duration situations.
: A new command
This functionality is already in the game, with only one small difference. After typing, hit Esc instead of Enter. No one else can see what you sent via muted message. Differing from your suggestion, you are also unable to see what you sent as a muted message. The IFS does not scan muted messages. It is completely unmoderated.
: I have a history of defending my Honor. Yes, I do. Is that such a crime? To have respect for myself and not let others walk all over me? Nope. Didn't think so. Hence we have a problem here.
> [{quoted}](name=Silent Gravity,realm=NA,application-id=ZGEFLEUQ,discussion-id=0AttcczK,comment-id=000700000000,timestamp=2018-09-29T07:33:12.262+0000) > > If you cared about your dignity, you would engage in a spitting match, would you? > ----------------------------------- > Imagine a doctor, acting with dignity, going about the task at hand, whatever it is. > > Someone passing by spits on him. Oh the shame! The indignity! > > The proper response to this is to stop all productive activity and spit on this assaulter until he learns the error of his ways! So what that the assaulter will now have ample time and opportunity to continue spitting in your face? This is important! I shall show the world how dignified I am, by how much spittle covers my face! > > ..... > > Or, you could call security. Have them take him away. > > Sure, he'll still be trying to spit at you, but he can't spit through walls, and you'll get to continue with the task at hand. Yes, everyone at the clinic will see him being escorted out, so they'll know that he was spitting at you. That doesn't reflect poorly on you. That reflects poorly on the spitter. > > Escorting him out is muting. Potential fines or jail time comes after their actions are reported to the police, just like punishment after a report in game. > > Jumping face first into a spitting match is a stupid way to preserve your dignity.
Buz (EUNE)
: Checking mmr
There is this site, which is only an estimate, but it seems to do well enough, given enough solo games. https://eune.whatismymmr.com/buz
: Cpmplaint
> [{quoted}](name=Rooks Lamb,realm=OCE,application-id=ZGEFLEUQ,discussion-id=5uaf1A12,comment-id=,timestamp=2019-03-21T06:09:31.043+0000) > > > i havent mentioned my next 'ban' i experienced, but yet again, at the bottom there was one button. count (them) 1. > 'i understand'. > call that a choice? > i dont. > theres a small error above counting 'them'. there is no them. count it. 1 The other option, aside from clicking the button is to not click the button. You are allowed to make that choice if you don't agree to the rules. It's very similar to the TOU, that you clicked "agree" to when you made the account. No one is forcing you to agree to it. The other option is to not agree, and therefore not play the game.
: Would you report someone who admits to account sharing in-game?
: > [{quoted}](name=rujitra,realm=NA,application-id=ZGEFLEUQ,discussion-id=3eblsdQB,comment-id=0001000000000001,timestamp=2019-03-20T02:00:23.892+0000) > > Your boyfriend got you in trouble. He made you an accomplice to his crime by involving you in it. You had to have friended these accounts for them to send a gift to you, no? You willingly did that? > > You're just as much at fault here. Just being curious , how is receiving a gift from someone who has an account purchased is a crime? for example I had a good game with someone , he added me and he saw how nice I am and sent me and sent me a gift , a skin of my main , his account was purchased , how am i supposed to know his account was purchased in case I got banned too?
>Due to the volume of breaches in this case, we had no choice but to permanently suspend your account. A single instance will certainly have more wiggle room for the support team. But, if you're involved with a felony like wire fraud, _multiple times_...then, yeah. That's not something that's going to go away.
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