Lleajy (EUW)
: I just disable /all. There's no merit to it. Most of the people just try to make the enemy tilt with it by taunting .
Or people joke around and make you drop focus. It's rather efficient. Pings suffice for any kind of communication, coordination, calls or strategy in general.
oskirek (EUNE)
: omg
What do you mean?
MacDeath (EUW)
: > [{quoted}](name=Tarolock,realm=EUW,application-id=2BfrHbKG,discussion-id=5rAnzAz0,comment-id=0001,timestamp=2017-07-23T08:57:05.935+0000) > > there are countless topics about this and all have replies saying why it isnt the best to honor opponents, you dont know if they are a jerk towards their team while still carrying the game, and imo that is not honorable at all The major problem'll still be that it would encourage one team to act kind towards the other one. While this does seem ok it obviously can have tendencies to assisting the enemy team which is not intended at all. The rumor I like the most is where in korea people with the red ribbon (honorable opponent) are practically an autododge because it marks them for trolling and inting.
I don't think it would be that major of an issue. Acting kind is part of being a nice sport, doesn't mean you need to assist the enemy team or that it has to lead to that. If someone I kill in-lane goes afterwards and says something like: "Damn, I had 3 seconds on my E on Shen to escape :(", I won't call him trash and say I knew he had no E for that long nor will I taunt him in any other way, I'd just say nothing or just say "unfortunate :S" or something like that. It won't motivate me to go any easier on him the next fight either, he knows I won't, although we might sometimes joke about stuff with our opponents in-game while fighting, it doesn't mean we actively stop trying to win the game. Never really happend to me, never really saw it. It's part of being a good sport to not go easy on your opponent, it's rather insulting towards him. Some take advantage of it, but those are rare cases.
Rípley (EUW)
: The whole honor system revolves around what you percieve. It's no secret that many people randomly flame and blame without there being any truth to it, so the only argument that would be valid against honorable opponent, is if someone is flaming / blaiming in all chat, or being afk / playing against their own team in an obvious way. So yea, an extra bar to honor an opponent would be nice.
: > [{quoted}](name=Tarolock,realm=EUW,application-id=2BfrHbKG,discussion-id=5rAnzAz0,comment-id=0001,timestamp=2017-07-23T08:57:05.935+0000) > > there are countless topics about this and all have replies saying why it isnt the best to honor opponents, you dont know if they are a jerk towards their team while still carrying the game, and imo that is not honorable at all if someone in ur team is carrying the game, but is flaming as hell as well, he will receive most honors coz he carried. regardless of his attitude towards his team. This is how people perceive honor. Especially in bronze and silver. so this point is irrelevent to begin with.
Tbh no, I don't honor someone like that. Some do but not everyone. They get a "thx for the carry" at best, but they definitely also get a report if they were flaming and raging all game.
Tarolock (EUW)
: there are countless topics about this and all have replies saying why it isnt the best to honor opponents, you dont know if they are a jerk towards their team while still carrying the game, and imo that is not honorable at all
It's been good so far, why wouldn't it be now? Imo it wasn't a problem before (not that big anyway). Typically people call someone out if they were toxic even if they were carrying. Sometimes they shut up and accept the carry but that just happens. Doesn't make the honorable opponent feature a complete failure cause of it. That's just a natural human flaw that is unavoidable I think. It would still be nice overall to be fair. It just adds to the sportsmanship of the game.
: It's actually going to be a feature in the future. Riot just disabled it temporarily, because they wanted to bring the honor system quickly. They're working on it.
Any source to that? Sounds good if it is so, thanks for letting me know!
Shiwah (EUW)
: ***
Yeah, as I said, it is Valve afterall, I guess Riot can't really go all-in on micro transactions like Valve did for TF2. Much like they also won't make all champions free like I heard they are in Dota 2. Although we could call that greedy with all the skins but eh, most people avoid spending RP on champs although I know I spent a ton on other accounts via weekly discounts. In any case, yeah, it would be too much of a big step and it would also cut down too much of the revenue, most likely.
: And as I can see nobody brought this, it encourages gambling like trading in CS:GO does.
Yeah, that part is kind of true and unfortunate.
KiroPi4a (EUNE)
: Hextech crafting is already too good to be true. Why ask for more?
Cause we always can? Besides, it's not THAT amazing. Although it is nice.
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Shiwah (EUW)
: ***
You can either skin trade, or use the currency to "pay" for a said skin from someone else if you don't have anything the other person wants. The currency would be there as well so there is something to buy from store besides the skins. Cause the currency would be worth more than just a skin in the overall trading value. I dunno, everything's kinda forced for LoL. It works in TF2 though, and they live solely through micro transactions as well, then again, it's Valve...
Shiwah (EUW)
: ***
They could add some sort currency (as in that particular item is used as currency for trading, besides other things) you can only buy from the store. Sort of like how TF2 and CS:GO do it with keys. Obviously they would have to find a different way, since keys are linked to hextech crafting.
Husker (EUW)
: Normal Draft Returns to EUNE
With all due respect, shouldn't most of us have exams? At least those of us in college. I know I do, my last one this 12th of February, also the hardest one...Point being, not sure how many of us can play this weekend due to that, so you might see an unnatural ammount of players? I might be wrong though, maybe we aren't such a significant number. I just don't want you to end up removing Normal Draft before I even get to play it...I really need to study...I'm all about procrastinating sometimes, but not this time...We really wanted this for a long time...

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