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Tenarin (NA)
: > [{quoted}](name=Milky Stars,realm=NA,application-id=EBBIvmVK,discussion-id=RNxiz717,comment-id=0001000100010000,timestamp=2019-12-04T14:38:50.087+0000) > > He didn't accuse you of lying actually, and he even covered his basis by saying that is normal for people who are banned to be toxic regardless if they think or not. That is a fact. But you are 100% right about the being targeted thing. I got suspended on my first account (100% DESERVED, i use to be really toxic.) But after my suspension i vowed to stop being toxic, and I did. What I got banned for was so unbelievably unfair that it genuinely made me lose all respect for riot and have ever since. I even talked to a riot employee and they literally told me they aren't going to look into the game I got banned for because they said I wouldn't have been banned if I wasn't toxic. And I remember that game as clear as day too.. > > The midlaner and adc were a duo, and I got autofilled to jungle, was a very rough game. Through the 20 minutes of suffering and no FF at 20 I had refrained from saying anything because I wanted to genuinely be a good player to play with regardless of the games scenario. But this duo was saying some of the most hateful things I had ever seen. To the point where it was making me laugh because they surely had to have felt foolish for saying such outrageous false statements.. But eventually it got to me. > > Now i would like to state I WAS NEVER TOXIC. I seriously ONLY stated what they were doing. Most clear example I remember is "Can you guys please being assholes to me and making this game harder on me when its already a rough game" that is about the only full sentence I said all game. Now I understand that isn't positive, but if you are a league player, you know this isn't toxic.. Especially not ban worthy.. This is the line that got me banned. I played to my best, I didn't afk, mid and adc duo were trash talking literally for 10 minutes straight actually afk in the fountain just telling me how i was so bad that i shouldnt be allowed to play anything but bots. Yet I am the one who got banned?? It was so unfair and to hear the employee of riot tell me that really irked me in a way that has made me resent riot for ever. > > I took a couple to 3 or so month break. Came back with literally the EXACT same mentality as the one I had that got me banned. Season 9 I was honor level 5 almost all season.. I was never toxic, but still had games where I wasn't able to be positive. That's normal for humans. We are not perfect. But one game 2 months ago I ended up getting toxic for the first time in 2 years and I immediately got chat suspended. I was honestly happy for this because my last account never got a chat restriction in any way, just straight suspension and then a ban. So this was a good slap on the wrist that I actually took well and have reformed even more so than before. Even tho most toxic of players don't phase me anymore. But it did make me realize I think my IP is flagged now. And I still think about how much I missed my first account and how unjust the ban was. If i got a chat restriction on that account I would have never had to make a 2nd account. Sorry if this is a ridiculous reply, your comment just made me think of all this since I had a similar experience. Hope things get better. Yeah man I feel ya. I have been in a lot of situations like this. There used to be something called toxic island, where once you get punished they start putting you with other people who have as well. This existed and Riot said it existed, but I cannot confirm which season, or if it was all of them or if it still exists. The bans were I was actually toxic were situations where I was just defending myself. When you have someone who is 0/8 and telling you you're trash in the worst ways possible, kind of difficult not to retaliate. I guarantee any ban where I was actually saying mean things or being toxic, if the tribunal could view the entire chat and only ban 1 person, it would be someone other than me. I argued this with Riot and they said "well that's no excuse, you just just ignore it or mute them". I get that..yeah..that makes sense. It really does...BUT if they did it the way I mentioned before, where only the MOST TOXIC person in any said game gets banned, I bet you toxicity in League would decline heavily. Most people get set off by something. I was never toxic in a game until I played league, and I was in my mid - late 20's when I started league and gamed since I was a kid. Therefor Riot likes to call me the toxic one, but I would tell them go look up the word "toxic". It started somewhere and it wasn't me. I didn't start that shit. My advice to you and anyone else who feels they are IP flagged, find a way to change it. It depends on your ISP, but even the difficult most static IP's can be changed if you threaten to cancel. These companies will do damn near anything to keep you from cancelling. I remember years ago when I was hard-stuck gold and I had like 12 games in a row where all 3 lanes lost and everyone was toxic asf. This was when I realized something was up. This is when I realized it was no longer my skill or lack thereof that was deciding whether I win/lose a game. So I played at my friend's house and I can't really explain this, but there was 1 game which was the same as all the others. 1 awful unwinnable game, then every game after that felt right. I think I played like 6-8 games there, then went home and had 1 good game, then all awful after that. This was so odd...you would think they would have my account flagged, but nope just my IP apparently. Also the 1 bad game was odd, but maybe they fucked up a variable and it doesn't change until you're already in matchmaking, so their system still had me at my old IP until it updated. I see a pattern like this as proof there's something going on there. This all might sound paranoid and I can't prove it. I'm just speaking from what I experienced, and people can disagree and say i'm wrong, that's perfectly fine. I understand. I know what's going on though and that is what's important to me, because now i'm plat and it only took me a few weeks, while also relearning the game since I took a couple of years off. I can probably get diamond too because those years of rigged games were good practice apparently :D I was hard-stuck gold for like 3 years back then and even paid a challenger to analyze my game and tell me what I did wrong. All he could ever say was "wow wtf is your team", "wow your teams are awful", and "just bad luck man idk" like this guy was so puzzled. He did call out some of my mistakes and give some good advice, but it wasn't really anything which would have turned the tides in those BS games. Sorry i'm spamming / ranting here...if anyone actually reads this far I just typed a lot on this topic because people never believe me and always argue when I talk about this stuff, so I have really been holding it all in a long time. It's difficult when you're a program and you know the code is somehow going against you, but if you tell someone they just tell you "nah you're just bad". Hell maybe I am bad, but regardless I got plat way faster with a new IP address so I know i'm onto something :)
Bro i feel this on a spiritual level. And in regards to changing your IPA. Heres what I did that helped me, I was given an account that was level to 30 by a friend. An account that had no affiliations to any of my internet, accounts, anything. And now I've been smurfing on it and I've not been toxic at all and I am climbing so fast and smooth and playing with teammates I didn't know existed in my elo.. Its a bitter sweet feeling. Knowing I should have been playing with these players all along is a bit upsetting, but its nice to know I can actually carry games now. My main is hard stuck plat and level 230ish. My smurf is level 35 and about to pass my main with a huge winrate. You might try buying a non bot account or something my friend, you might find a good side of league. I'm just glad someone has experience the same thing I have. I bet you're a really cool dude to be friends with. {{sticker:slayer-pantheon-thumbs}}
Leonerdo (NA)
: You gotta realize that being kinda sorta toxic 20% of the time is still being toxic. Riot probably takes it a bit too seriously, and I know it sucks, but you just can't criticize people in this game at all. If you want to give advice you gotta be incredibly careful how you phrase it. And try not to tell people to do things they already know to do. I find it's best to say facts about the game state, and let people decide how they want to play around that, rather than give direct advice. Like "they're AD heavy" is better than "build more armor". Because especially in higher ELOs, people know how to play correctly if they have the chance to think about it, but they might not be focused on the right things. And if you absolutely have to give someone shit someone for dying, only talk about team coordination stuff, like "we didn't have pressure yet" or "do you want a lane swap", and don't blame their decision making or mechanics directly. Also spamming danger pings before-hand is 10x better than spamming question marks after.
This is what helped me reform. Just simply rewording the way I say things has helped me a lot. Sometimes you just really feel like you HAVE to type. And by rewording my phrasing in to more appropriate and professional manors I have become someone more appealing to play with.
Tenarin (NA)
: > [{quoted}](name=Vectros,realm=NA,application-id=EBBIvmVK,discussion-id=RNxiz717,comment-id=00010001,timestamp=2019-12-03T05:42:53.383+0000) > > While I try to give people the benefit of the doubt, 9/10 times someone says they weren't toxic and I take a deep look at how they act, the are actually toxic without realizing it. It sucks if what you say is true though. I think what got me banned a lot of the time is I was finding sneaky and creative ways to call people bad. I wouldn't say "you're so bad" like that Thresh did, i'd like imply it through instruction. Sort of like constructive criticism. I thought if I left out certain keywords the algorithm wouldn't catch me, because for a long time I thought the tribunal was actually just an algo, and not people reading chat. One account I got perma'd for saying "kys" in one game and did nothing else wrong, and I guess they do have some sort of bot for this sort of thing, and it threw me off and made me think it was all algo-based, which meant I could get away with speaking my mind if I left out certain words. The problem is, with tribunal it was real people reading it so they could see right through it. I can't prove what I said back then and don't remember a lot of it, I just remember getting banned for a lot of stupid shit, and sometimes getting rightfully banned. I would even show the chatlogs to my friends and we would laugh about how it wasn't even that bad. A couple of accounts I was like "yeah I deserved that" and several others I emailed Riot and one time a Rioter even agreed with me, but said he can't do anything anyway. He told me just to not use chat in the future, other than for compliments. I knew someone like you would come in and accuse me of lying...it's like it's your nature or something, but as TwitchInMyPants said, i'm totally admitting to being toxic back then. I'm not in here saying "I did nothing wrong", i'm just saying the way those guys were talking in those games would get me banned FAST. It's like I said before though, and someone else agreed, it's HIGHLY likely that after I got 1, 2, 3, or more accounts banned, they probably flagged my IP to help mitigate the number of people having to put up with me before a ban. It makes really good sense, because otherwise if it takes like 20 toxic games to get banned (just an example) then some dude can just make a new account and be as toxic as they want for 20 games, repeat, repeat, etc. So they probably flag your IP to be a bit less flexible about it. People will also probably come in here disagreeing with this ^ too. "You're paranoid thinking they are targeting your IP". Go take some programming and game development courses. Stuff like that is common practice and if you don't think it is, you're just uneducated in the matter. These are the same people who think there is no matchmaking algorithm and it just puts 10 random people of the same rank together, even though Rioters have admitted REPEATEDLY that there is a highly complex algorithm which pushes everyone toward 50% unless they have the skill to break away.
He didn't accuse you of lying actually, and he even covered his basis by saying that is normal for people who are banned to be toxic regardless if they think or not. That is a fact. But you are 100% right about the being targeted thing. I got suspended on my first account (100% DESERVED, i use to be really toxic.) But after my suspension i vowed to stop being toxic, and I did. What I got banned for was so unbelievably unfair that it genuinely made me lose all respect for riot and have ever since. I even talked to a riot employee and they literally told me they aren't going to look into the game I got banned for because they said I wouldn't have been banned if I wasn't toxic. And I remember that game as clear as day too.. The midlaner and adc were a duo, and I got autofilled to jungle, was a very rough game. Through the 20 minutes of suffering and no FF at 20 I had refrained from saying anything because I wanted to genuinely be a good player to play with regardless of the games scenario. But this duo was saying some of the most hateful things I had ever seen. To the point where it was making me laugh because they surely had to have felt foolish for saying such outrageous false statements.. But eventually it got to me. Now i would like to state I WAS NEVER TOXIC. I seriously ONLY stated what they were doing. Most clear example I remember is "Can you guys please being assholes to me and making this game harder on me when its already a rough game" that is about the only full sentence I said all game. Now I understand that isn't positive, but if you are a league player, you know this isn't toxic.. Especially not ban worthy.. This is the line that got me banned. I played to my best, I didn't afk, mid and adc duo were trash talking literally for 10 minutes straight actually afk in the fountain just telling me how i was so bad that i shouldnt be allowed to play anything but bots. Yet I am the one who got banned?? It was so unfair and to hear the employee of riot tell me that really irked me in a way that has made me resent riot for ever. I took a couple to 3 or so month break. Came back with literally the EXACT same mentality as the one I had that got me banned. Season 9 I was honor level 5 almost all season.. I was never toxic, but still had games where I wasn't able to be positive. That's normal for humans. We are not perfect. But one game 2 months ago I ended up getting toxic for the first time in 2 years and I immediately got chat suspended. I was honestly happy for this because my last account never got a chat restriction in any way, just straight suspension and then a ban. So this was a good slap on the wrist that I actually took well and have reformed even more so than before. Even tho most toxic of players don't phase me anymore. But it did make me realize I think my IP is flagged now. And I still think about how much I missed my first account and how unjust the ban was. If i got a chat restriction on that account I would have never had to make a 2nd account. Sorry if this is a ridiculous reply, your comment just made me think of all this since I had a similar experience. Hope things get better.
Manxxom (NA)
: Now for the age old question..
I wish there was a champ that turned minions into creatures of his will. Not evil, but more like a vigilante of some sort. Like he supports minions to make them op. Like give melees double hp or attack speed. Make a mage minion cast spells. Turn siege minions into like a mini yorick ult. And an ult that like makes all 3 of these happen and all 3 minions follow him. Have thought about this for years.
: Some of these posts are hilarious. Like you actually think he got banned for saying "GG". The chat logs most likely got screwed up and it's highly probable in between those "GGs" are all kinds of racist slurs and the part where he told his team to go jump off a bridge and harakari themselves with a toilet brush on the way down.
Logged in just to upvote this because that toilet brush part made me laugh a lot, thank you!
Ûber (NA)
: I don't know if this will help ornn. I think ornn really just needs a rework or something but i don't know if this is enough to help him be decent. I think he just needs more power in his cooldowns rather than his passive and the items.
No way... This is going to make Ornn so strong.. But this seems like a healthy buff so I think this is going to put Ornn in a very good spot.
: ***
As an ASol main I really don't find any issues with ASol other than what he is about to get buffed with. Even still I feel like he is actually kind of strong as he is my best champ by far and my highest average win rate champ. And I'm on in Gold. Riot is not the enemy, Targon is..... {{champion:136}} {{summoner:11}}
: No lp gained in ranked
Just fixed mine. Relogged like 5 times (the client was extremely glitchy) until I noticed my client felt fine again, then checked LP and it gave it to me.
: If you're the jungler and you're ahead on gold, lane cs will be heavily reduced. The ADC probably loaded it but disconnected immediately, if they load in at all it won't give you the remake. Sorry for your loss.
I didn't know that, thank you. But he actually never loaded in.
Comentários de Rioters
: Well, I'd rather spend 30 minutes playing One For All one the PBE than suffer 30 minutes of trying to not lose my LP, so I certainly don't mind
Hey if you're cool with those queue times then whatever makes you happier man. Unfortunately I don't have another game to play so I could never handle it, also I feel kinda bad when I dodge games sometimes.
: Do you get punished for dodging in Ranked excessively?
As far as LP goes, I believe you keep losing around the same. But you will start getting longer leaver buster times.
: The biggest piece of advice I can give you is try to win teammates' respect and trust. If they respect and trust you, they will be the most open to your advice when you need to tell them to play differently. This can be achieved in a number of different ways, but the best of which that I've found is through clever manipulation of the conversation via verb tense. More on this later. Flaming or pointing out 'facts' that lay blame at peoples' feet rarely works. Try to keep in mind that a lot of the time people make mistakes, and they aren't actively trying to lose. It helps to remember that everyone on the team wants to win (most of the time anyway) and that they are probably equally as frustrated about what went wrong as you are. A lot of toxicity can be prevented if you maintain others' morale and keep them from feeling helpless or singled out. And as always, if a teammate is being irritating and unhelpful, or they show no interest in being cooperative, then it is usually best to just assume the bridge is burned or the ship has sailed. Just mute them and focus on playing. Below is a more in-depth blurb on this: > [{quoted}](name=HalcyonDweller,realm=NA,application-id=ZGEFLEUQ,discussion-id=N5xNisWM,comment-id=00040001000000000001,timestamp=2017-12-20T19:23:18.005+0000) > > Ok for advice I've got a few things. A lot of it is written out in the post linked below, but I'll elaborate a bunch and add a few points in my comment here as well. > > https://boards.na.leagueoflegends.com/en/c/player-behavior-moderation/bv2m7fx4-feeders-and-toxic-teammates-got-you-down-this-may-help > > _Warning: Wall of text incoming. It's a lot to read, but trust me it's all useful techniques that I've used to great effect in my own games. It's worth your time if you are willing to read through it all._ > > --- > > # 1. On avoiding getting banned: > > You don't want to get banned obviously, so first and foremost you should avoid being negative, passive aggressive, or insulting in any way from this point on. A good rule of thumb is this: _If you wouldn't say it loudly to somebody in a public place in front of someone who's respect you hold dear, it's probably not something you should say to a stranger over the internet._ Or alternatively, _If you would be upset if a teammate said it to you when your situations were reversed, then you shouldn't say it to a teammate._ Avoid being sarcastic, or saying anything to blame teammates. > > Generally speaking, anything that you say that might anger your teammate is something that could make them report you. Whether or not their report for that statement is justified, if it triggers the IFS to review your behavior and the IFS finds something else that you said in that game that it thinks is punishable, it's going to punish you for the second thing even if the person reported you for something else. > > Keep in mind that after a 14-day ban you're going to be on super thin ice. Even minor negativity may be enough to trigger another punishment, and unfortunately (and in this case, unfairly in my opinion) for you, the next punishment in the progression is a permanent ban. If you are not absolutely certain that you can talk to irritating teammates without saying something punishable, then it is better to not talk to those types of teammates at all. Mute them and don't even acknowledge what they say. You can safely report them yourself after the game and leave it in Riot's hands to deal with them. > > After several months of consistently honorable (or otherwise positive) behavior, your account standing should improve and that 'thin-ice' and danger of being permabanned will loom over you much less. > > --- > > # 2. On using past, present, and future tense to better steer discussions in a positive direction: > > It especially helps to steer conversations into the future tense. reasons being this: > > * The past tense is often used for assigning blame > * the present tense is often used for discussing values > * and the future tense is often used for making choices or decisions in the future. > > This is a subtle twist of language that a lot of people don't realize affects their discussions with others, and they react to it on a subconscious level. > > For example, picture this happening in one of your games. Person A just died to a gank because they pushed up too far and didn't ward. Here we will look at the outcomes of using different verb tenses to discuss their death. > > **Case 1 - Past tense:** > > Person B: Dude you shouldn't have been so far up <- _notice the past tense, this will often make Person A feel like they are being attacked, and they are more likely to react by defending themselves instead of focusing on playing smarter the next time._ > person A: I wasn't trying to die, they just caught me! It wasn't my fault!!! > > Here Person A argued instead of recognizing or learning what they need to do better next time (ward and watch out for ganks). > > **Case 2 - Present tense:** > > Person B: Aww man that sucks, I'm sorry you're dead right now. it's not fair how they can pull bullshit like that. > person A: Thanks! Yeah, it's so unfair! > > Here both players commiserate over the unfortunate event. Nothing is learned from it, but Person A is at least feeling supported by person B. As long as you use the present tense like this (to express support for a teammate after something bad happens), it will serve a good purpose because it will put Person A's mind at ease and they won't be worried about getting flamed by Person B every time they make a mistake. > > **Case 3 - Future tense:** > > Person B: Oof that's unfortunate. Lets try to ward next time before you push like that again, maybe it will help keep you safe. > person A: Thanks! I'll try that. > > Here person B makes the discussion focus more on what to do about the problem in the future, and they do it in a helpful way. This helps Player A to see why their push ended badly for them and gives them a clear goal - a safer strategy to try the next time that they want to push. > > **Also, keep in mind that verb tense is more than just talking about when to do something.** Telling somebody to "stop feeding/flaming" or to "feed/flame less next time" isn't really using the future tense, because it is still making the player's mistake from the past into the main focus of the discussion. > > --- > > # 3. On maintaining team morale and preventing tilt and arguments. > > A lot of the time, people begin to argue or tilt because of plays going badly. They can't accept responsibility (or fault / blame) for their mistakes, or they are upset because somebody else's mistake made the game harder to win. > > A series of bad plays is sometimes all it takes to drive a team into the worst sorts of in-fighting and arguments. This is why it is super important to maintain team morale and to keep people focused on strategy and future plays. > > When a play goes badly, you can head-off (or prevent) multiple problems. First you can prevent the player from tilting and getting anxious or afraid of their mistakes getting them blamed or harassed by the team. And second, you can help the whole team to not tilt by turning the focus away from the mistake and towards what can be done to prevent or make-up-for the mistake in the future. > > To do this you need to use a combination of the present and future tense, in order to make the player (or team) feel supported while also giving them a clear goal of something to do better the next time around. For example, the future tense case from section 2. Notice how Player B commiserates with player A to make them feel like Player B is on their side ("oof that 's unfortunate," and then gives them an idea for what to do next time ("Maybe if we ward next time it will keep you safe.") > > **Maintaining team morale isn't just about preventing tilt though!** You don't even have to try to make players feel better after a bad play if they are already feeling great in the first place! This is why it is important to compliment teammates whenever a play goes well. > > If the jungler ganks top and they kill the enemy or force the enemy to waste resources... Say something like "good teamwork top & jungle" or "great gank" because these sorts of things will make them feel good about what they did well, and make them feel motivated to try to do such teamwork successfully again in the future. > > If bottom lane gets a tower or mid lane roams and makes a successful play, compliment them for it! People love praise and it will make them feel like you have their back. > > This has another benefit of making them trust you more, that way if things go wrong later and you need to give feedback or suggest they do something different, they will already think you are nice and will be less likely to take it personally or get upset when you tell them to do something differently. > > --- > > # Conclusion: > > Phew! That was a lot, I hope it wasn't too much of a wall of text. That's most of what I have to say for now. > > I've used each of these techniques to great effect in my own games, and I highly recommend you try them in your own. If you have any questions about them or you want to discuss other techniques, just let me know I'll be happy to talk more about this.
This is actually really good advice. And my biggest defeat to getting banned (even though I still feel like I don't deserve a PERMA ban, but I do believe I deserved to be punished) was not being able to control my temper. I've only ever been toxic to other toxic players, I've never just raged at someone due to a mistake. I only throw fire that was thrown at me. But when someone gets toxic enough, I just didn't have the willpower to just mute and stay cool. So honestly I feel like this is the best advice, if you can just mute and move on, you will be just fine and will avoid almost ALL issues a toxic player can bring to you.
: How long can you expect to keep your cool, when you get a series of games filled with trolls? Constant and deliberate feeding. For some it's not even a case of them being new to the game, many of them won't even communicate, respond to pings, respond to advice on warding. I truly and sincerely find it hard to stay positive throughout, I confess. It becomes a joke when 9/10 of your games warrant the same player types, that just laugh, dance about in-game, build duplicate items with no variations, the list goes on. It's unacceptable that as a society we've come at a stage where the slightest feedback, whether meant in good spirit or not is reciprocated with ignorants hurls of " toxic " or he/she's flaming" So what do you do?? Just shut up? When a simple " Please place a ward" is met with a "Eff off, or this is not Platinum, or STFU" comments. So I've simply decided, I won't be playing their game. The game of ignorance. Blind games are currently the worst gamble to take. If I can opt for a lower priority queue or perma chat ban, i'd pick that any day over an actual ban based on false reports. It's not fair that some of us play this game to unwind or entertain after a long days work, just to be trolled by people who subsequently also refuse to Surrender after a 0 vs 20 score with 80% of turrets down. This is no doubt a rant, I get it & before some of you attempt to reply with a "moral high ground" approach or virtue signal, just note that there are actual players out there that deliberately like to make other players' experience a living and raging hell. As a result of this, when i spot 2 or more trolling players, i refuse to play. I just log off. Better that, than to turn into a keyboard tirade warrior.
I'm not here to argue, so I won't say what you are feeling is wrong. Especially because we as people are entitled to our own opinions. But I completely agree with Riot that I could have totally better handled the situation that caused me to get banned. Knowing that, being 100% tilted because of players might show more of an issue as a person and not necessarily a player. Which I have, but I've been getting better because I want to get better at League and I want to enjoy more games. So, from my perspective it seems as though you might be having issues out of games that are effecting your League experience. For example, " It's not fair that some of us play this game to unwind or entertain after a long days work, just to be trolled by people who subsequently also refuse to Surrender after a 0 vs 20 score with 80% of turrets down. " To me this sounds like an outside issue that is causing you to be stressed. Because I understand the situation that you are referring to can be stressful and I encountered it a lot, but I don't think it is an issue involving toxicity. I'm sure you could give a scenario of someone being toxic during or because of a stressful game, but that just happens sometimes and if that is enough to make you stop playing you might just need a break then come back. Or maybe you don't actually like League at all and so it is only fun under very few circumstances. But I really don't know and I am not stating anything, just kind of blabbering on now. But whatever it is, I hope that you start to enjoy League more.
: Hey good for you dude, congrats on getting unbanned! :) If you want some tips and tricks I've discovered for having a better time dealing with teammates, and for avoiding bans, let me know I have a blurb I can copy paste here.
I would like to see this if you don't mind.
: @Riot I need 34 RP, and to earn it I drew Demacia's favorite Bey-Blade.
: Just had my account removed of a 14 day ban
I wish this happened to me.. I genuinely believe I did not deserve to get banned, but I do believe I deserved a chat restriction. I've become better at not being as toxic, but I have yet to throw game now since my suspension. But I got into an argument with two VERY toxic players and I was perma banned for it. I still believe I don't deserve a perma banned, but it's whatever at this point. Not blaming Riot for it since I am obviously not a player of worth, but I have truly improved and still am. Just really sucks to actually get the ban hammer when I finally felt like I was getting better and not when I was actually toxic. Edit- I put in a ticket in hopes I could prove my worth, but I could not. Also, the employee that handled the ticket and the situation explained professionally and clearly as to why the employee chose to not relieve the ban. Although I disagree with it, obviously, I did respect the decision and the way the employee handled it. I still respect Riot for they have not wronged me in anyway, but just wanted to explain my situation. I just feel overwhelmed so I might not be thinking this clearly, maybe someone can help clear my head up about this.
Capi974 (EUW)
: Shamanic Veigar skin concept
I LOVE this SO much. Would love to see this as a legendary.
: Lowest - release Syndra, 27% Highest - 5.16 Skarner, 68% Stolen from a year old reddit post^
> [{quoted}](name=Professor Ward,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=KbA6rxaU,comment-id=0002,timestamp=2018-03-08T21:44:54.583+0000) > > Lowest - release Syndra, 27% > > Highest - 5.16 Skarner, 68% > > > Stolen from a year old reddit post^ I thought I saw that post a year or so ago, but I couldn't find it again, thank you.
: On release, Syndra had a 27% winrate. That should do it.
> [{quoted}](name=HouseOfSin,realm=NA,application-id=yrc23zHg,discussion-id=KbA6rxaU,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2018-03-08T18:02:48.314+0000) > > On release, Syndra had a 27% winrate. That should do it. Damn, now that is impressive.
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