: League of Legends Suck´s
Ok, so who is this Suck person and how did he came to own League of Legends? I mean last I heard it was effectively Tencent's, but the business world has seen more unexpected changes. Now if you wanted to make a statement about the quality of the game you'd certainly say "League of Legends sucks". Because there is no reason to capitalize the verb, so the fact that you capitalized "Suck" indicates that it is a proper noun, making it a name of either a person or corporation. And obviously the verb in third person singular just has letter "s" added at the end. Use of apostrophe would indicate either a possesive or a contraction with "is". But "League of Legends Suck is" makes no sense, so with the Suck being a proper noun, that " 's" must have been a possesive indicating that Suck is the owner of League of Legends. So who or what is Suck?
: There is only one way to safe toplane from being abused by ranged champs.
You aren't thinking big enough. Each champion needs a pre-determined, Riot-assigned lane, which is the only place they are allowed to be played. And if they move into some other lane before the turret plating falls off they are instantly killed. Also each champion needs a pre-determined set of items they are allowed to buy, so that we can avoid abominations such as AD kennen or auto-attack TF. Then and only then game will be fun to play once more!
: @Riot: IN DEPTH : T O X I C I T Y in this game is present due to the huge focus on chat.
Yeah! %%%% the system, ban everyone below challenger, because being bad is way worse than harrasing your team! That will teach all those scrubs ruining people's games by not playing up to the standards of people like OP!
VorenDier (EUNE)
: Explain how 20 minutes queue restriction for an AFK which resulted in a REMAKE is fair?
Because the punishment is not necessarily meant to be strict equivalent of the harm done? I mean if I brutally murder a 100 years old grandpa I'm getting 25 to live sentence, despite the fact that he probably didn't have more than two or three years left. And yes, that example is obviously overblown and in no way near close the AFK situation in League. It is onlymeant to ilustrate that punishment is not just the mirror of whatever was done to the victim.
: that's common sense though, the commie-chinese-ass-moneymilking-censuring-policies is what i'm interested in.
As long as you don't point out that Xi Jinping looks like Winnie the Pooh you should be ok.
Dòrian (EUW)
: Tribunal is A NEED
Yeah. Funny story that. You know that back before the boards, on the old forum, there was a seperate subsection for Tribunal? It pretty much consisted of threads along the lines of "My punishment was unjust, people in Tribunal never read cases they just press Punish all day long, Rito do something about unfair Tribunal". Hell there was even a conspiracy theory (or rather delusion shared among few posters) that Tribunal is "troll wars" and only people who use it are jelous bronzes who want to torment superior players. I might be wrong, but I suspect that reason behind most people contesting their punishments today is not that automated system lacks human touch or need to re-instate Tibunal, but simple refusal to admit that their behaviour was wrong. I mean when relevant number of defensive stances are to the tune "but they deserved my flaming" it is not undreasonable to assume the Tribunal's verdict would be as unpalatable to them as automated one...
: Why does everyone flame riot in boards?
Part of the reason is that people who are happy or at least content with the state of the game have less reason to post about it on the boards. Untill something amazing happens to them they moslty just play the game and don't bother posting. It is when there is a negative experience that they feel the need to do something about it. You'll notice it on almost any game forum, the amount of complaints is always much larger than amount of praise.
Arkanine (EUW)
: Arcade Pass Scam
[Submitting a support ticket seems like more efficent way of resolving this issue...](https://support.riotgames.com/hc)
: It is no policy, he never said it is one. We are all humans, so showing rito that he is friendly now may get his acc back. But i dont think it will. It worked for Tyler1, because he was a streamer bla bla bla. But for a nobody its like 0.000000001% chance to unban an PERMABANED acc.
Except Tyler1 did not have his accounts unbanned. What was rescinded was the identity ban, which meant that any new account he made was banned as soon as Riot learned it was him. This is a step beyond a normal permaban and was a special case. OP is where the Tyler1 started after the first permaban - he cna make a new account and no one will stop him. So yeah, getting to honor 5 and ticketing support? That is not an advice, that is wishful thinking.
Wex0r (EUW)
: You have to create a second account, Open a ticket tell them you created new account to show you have reformed. Play new account reach honor lvl 5 and open a ticket asking for original account to be unbanned. Its a long road to honor lvl 5 so the sooner you start the sooner you get your account back. If you have not reformed you will never reach honor level 5.
Well that is a new one, last time I heard there was no such policy. Could you perhaps point out the source?
: Sure... I never typed a single offensive thing on this account but when I insult a little bit someone who clearly deserved it I get instantly punished...
> [{quoted}](name=Electronic jihad,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=6iYy6Bib,comment-id=00000000,timestamp=2019-06-28T10:30:59.548+0000) > > Sure... I never typed a single offensive thing on this account but when I insult a little bit someone who clearly deserved it I get instantly punished... _Sure... I never murdered a single person in this life, but when I stab someone who clrearly deserved it a little I get instantly arrested..._
: Permabanned players - Second chances.
One has to wonder, when reading those threads. Do they regret their behaviour or just losing all the bling associated with the account? With rare, honest if despicable, exception of those who claim it is Riot and rest of community who are wrong, the people asking for a second chance and return of their account admit they did something wrong. They promise they have changed and won't be toxic ever again. And still their honesty will always be in question, due to the ulterior motive of getting back the old account. I can't speak from experience but it seems at the very least possible that someone who acknowledged their past wrongdoings and internalized the message that Riot wants to send via permaban, would also understand why the permaban will not be lifted.
: I have been here since season 1, dont see how that's relevant... I have had a few accounts main one being 7 years before me being an ass ruined that funfair, anyway... if people got their accounts back it wouldnt be a "perma ban" a more interesting idea would be if you was able to transfer all your champs, skins, wards etc from your banned account to a new account for a price... id pay for that...
So, what is a practical difference between unbanning the account and the transfer of the content? Because they seem like the same thing for pretty much all practical purposes.
Altrusita (EUW)
: This is why Riot doesn't listen to League Boards
Riot doesn't listen to the boards, because implementing what boards want to the game is physically impossible. Within minutes from each other there will be threads complaining about the very same champion being completely unplayable and useless, and that they are too OP and gamebreaking. People will demand a champion to be reworked, only to call for roll-back the second anything changes about them. Any given role will always be the most important and the most useless. And matchmaking will always be unbalanced because whomever posts was not being carried constantly. The number of people playing the game means that the number of perfectly contrary opinions and demands will make listening to community pretty much require an infinite number of versions of LoL
22091994 (EUW)
: is this ban fair?
I'll explain why the system tagged you. You might agree or disagree with that reason. The biggest offense in your chatlog is incessant and constant asking for reports against Brand. Giving you the benefit of the doubt, it is possible he deserved to be reported and punished. However spamming chat with demands for report is not an acceptable behaviour. Some people consider any report calls toxic, but even those who are more tolerant to that behaviour do not accept repeating the call multiple times. Consider also your generally negative attitude. You weren't overly insulting, but by focusing so much on that one player and spending lots of time on complaining you made the game even worse for your teammates. Having 1 toxic person - assuming Brand was indeed intentionally feeding, is bad enough. Having a second just spam chat with complaints about the first one is even worse. Now, you might still think it is unfair, as is your right. However be warned, that this is how the system works and it is considered to be working as intended. So if this is a 14 days ban, behaving in similar manner in the future will result in permanent one.
Ròkkles (EUW)
: I never typed first, i just called people babies and stuff everytime they cried, and as you can see they were crying a lot, hence the massive amount of text.
Ah. So you crying about them crying is ok, just not them crying. Ok.
Ròkkles (EUW)
: Bannable?
> Ròkkles: Better be a %%%got than someone who keeps crying all game Don't you find that statement a bit hypocritical in the light of how long is your chat log full of constant complaining?
radetari (EUNE)
: but how do these other people that got banned show riot that they've changed though? they cant just tell a touching story on boards right? just asking cuz i saw some people post stuff like that on the boards but dont remember if they ever got unbanned though
Well, Tyler's case was specific. His banned accounts remained banned. What was lifted, was an identity ban. Basically as soon as Riot detected that a new account belonged to Tyler it was automatically permabanned. Most permabanned players never reach the level of infamy needed to get identity ban. Tyler got his due to the combination of being toxic and streaming his toxicity. Because his fans were liable to act in similar way Riot used drastic means. His reform got him the ability to play the game back, but not the accounts he lost before. So other people don't need to get the same redemption as he did, since they should still have ability to start a new account.
: Why is flaming a person who deserves it bannable?
Why is assault a crime even if I think the person assualted deserved it and is a disgusting human being? Because one's dislike of someone's behaviour does not suddenly turn actions deemed wrong into acceptable. The rule is simply "Flaming is not permitted." Without "except when someone plays bad or does something you don't like." Simple as that. And if you disagree, well my advice is to start a new moba, with flaming and blackjack and hookers.
King Lego (EUNE)
: > [{quoted}](name=The Smith of Lie,realm=EUNE,application-id=2BfrHbKG,discussion-id=OWOu4hyf,comment-id=000b000000000000000000000000,timestamp=2018-08-16T15:02:06.925+0000) > > If all, or even most, champions designed by CertainlyT were disliked by majority of the community, then yes, Riot should fire him. Because in that case it'd be apparent that content he is making is not enjoyable for the players. Even if some players like his champions? Although, a Rioter can't just make a champion and release it on his own. He should show it the higher ups and get the approval. If all or most of CertainlyT's champions are hated, shouldn't mean the one who approved it be fired and not CertainlyT?
I don't pretend to know about menagerial structure, but the fact is that ultimately the source of the champion is their designer. And if their content is repeated string of misses, liked by very few people... Well, Riot is their employer, not a charity bound to subsidize them. Besides, it is not like losing a job at a given company makes you unemployable. After all Ghostcrawler left Blizzard in the atmosphere of dislike from the community and somehow he isn't a homeless man without chance for the future.
King Lego (EUNE)
: > [{quoted}](name=The Smith of Lie,realm=EUNE,application-id=2BfrHbKG,discussion-id=OWOu4hyf,comment-id=000b0000000000000000,timestamp=2018-08-16T14:34:36.349+0000) > > Let me return to the restaurant analogy - would you say that the owner shouldn't fire a cook, who can't cook? After all it is the cook's livelyhood as the stake. > > In truth, keeping such a person is going to be more detrimental in the long run. Restaurant that won't fire the terrible cook will fail quickly and the owner, waiters and rest of the staff will find themselves unable to put the food on the tables. > > Riot won't fail as quickly, but makind decisions for the company based on the interests of individual employees rather than customer satisfaction will hurt everyone just as well, it might just take longer time for a game of LoL's scope to finally die. Keeping the bad employees will however make that process way faster. In this case, should CertainlyT get fired for making frustrating champions? I don't know if Riot is going by their own interest, but even if they do so, they will for sure die down. I'm sure they are not stupid to not know that though.
If all, or even most, champions designed by CertainlyT were disliked by majority of the community, then yes, Riot should fire him. Because in that case it'd be apparent that content he is making is not enjoyable for the players.
King Lego (EUNE)
: > [{quoted}](name=The Smith of Lie,realm=EUNE,application-id=2BfrHbKG,discussion-id=OWOu4hyf,comment-id=000b00000000,timestamp=2018-08-16T14:07:08.477+0000) > > Just to be clear - if Riot, based on metrics and their internal review and reasonable feedback regarding game featurtes decided that any given designer is not doing their job good enough or his style does not fit with the design philosophy or whatever, then that person should be by all means fired. > > But if community wants to accomplish that they need to identify problematic features and design decisions and explain why this or that change feels bad in the game. And if enough of such community communicated issues turn out to be problems, then firing the person responsible will be a good thing for the game. > > But this is different from having a hate-sink designer and saying that they should be fired because... reasons. I don't know. I got mixed feelings about what you said. It's still the person's career too and means to get the food on the table.
Let me return to the restaurant analogy - would you say that the owner shouldn't fire a cook, who can't cook? After all it is the cook's livelyhood as the stake. In truth, keeping such a person is going to be more detrimental in the long run. Restaurant that won't fire the terrible cook will fail quickly and the owner, waiters and rest of the staff will find themselves unable to put the food on the tables. Riot won't fail as quickly, but makind decisions for the company based on the interests of individual employees rather than customer satisfaction will hurt everyone just as well, it might just take longer time for a game of LoL's scope to finally die. Keeping the bad employees will however make that process way faster.
: dumb comparison... I dont have a mute button on the cinema otherwise it wouldnt bother me, plus aside from that i dont mind having someone talking loud anywhere else. I get it riot's game, riot's rules, I m just saying their rules are for 10yo kids, unarguable, no where in the world punish people from "flaming" except dictatorships. The smith of Lie, your argues tell me that you just want to be right above everything else...
Cinema was just an example. The point, which you obviously can't acknowledge, is that no one plays League to listen to entitled assholes looking to excuse their loses by blaming teammates. And since you seem to labor under an assumption that your enjoyment of the game, apparently hindered by your team not playing perfectly, is more important than enjoyment of other four players it is reasonable, from your point of view, that you feel entitled to moan and %%%%% about your teams till the cows come home. Riot however is not run by you, has no special obligations towards you over any other players and no one in Riot cares about your enjoyment of the game more than about enjoymen of others. So when you make game less enjoyable for 4 other people no one in Riot has any reason to care about your feelings being hurt. Therefore the faster you move to a non-team based game the faster you'll find yourself happier. Because Riot isn't going to change their policy any time soon and apparently not being able to whine makes you a cranky boy. See, I'm just looking out for your own happiness.
: > [{quoted}](name=Hansiman,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=8AaKV717,comment-id=0004000000000000000000000000000000000000,timestamp=2018-08-16T14:03:42.606+0000) > > That's harassment though, and not part of constructive criticism. The only thing you achieve when you say things like that is to create a bad atmosphere within your team, and ruin your teams motivation to play. If thats harrassment enough, it means you have a weak mindset, thats all, i m just saying, sorry.
If you want someone talking loudly during a movie in a cinema to shut up, is your mindset weak? I mean, people talk loudly all the time in different places, so why does it bother you? People are not playing League to listen to someone complaining. If your mindset is not strong enough to focus on your own play instead of complaining about others, I refer you to my previous comment about finding a different game.
King Lego (EUNE)
: > [{quoted}](name=The Smith of Lie,realm=EUNE,application-id=2BfrHbKG,discussion-id=OWOu4hyf,comment-id=000b,timestamp=2018-08-16T13:51:20.041+0000) > > While I don't support any of the demands for firing of the Rioters, I don't think that we as the consumers should hold the livelyhood of any person working for the company as a reason for our actions. > > If you went to the restaurant and were served indebile dish made by incompetent cook, you'd demand a refudn and you'd probably never visit again unless they've changed the cook. Because why would you spend your money just to subsidize someone in the job they're bad at? > > The real problem with "Fire Rioter X" attitude is that it in no way addresses underlying problems and is just a way to find a scapegoat for whatever the people making demands percieve as wrong with the game. Which is ridiculous. Project of the LoL's scope is a complex thing and I believe it'll be difficult to pin-point who is to blame for any given problem. Not to mention that many of the supposed problems are highly subjective, poorly communicated and even if the person responsible for this or that design decision have been fired it doesn't mean game would change for the better. After all just removing a person is not equivalent of indentifying a problem and coming up with solution. I agree. If something that didn't seem like a good idea, firing the person will not make it any person. Better yet, someone who takes his/her place might even be worse than the previous one, and could add an additional problem rather than reduce it.
Just to be clear - if Riot, based on metrics and their internal review and reasonable feedback regarding game featurtes decided that any given designer is not doing their job good enough or his style does not fit with the design philosophy or whatever, then that person should be by all means fired. But if community wants to accomplish that they need to identify problematic features and design decisions and explain why this or that change feels bad in the game. And if enough of such community communicated issues turn out to be problems, then firing the person responsible will be a good thing for the game. But this is different from having a hate-sink designer and saying that they should be fired because... reasons.
: For example having this discussion that we are having right now on a game chat is punishable, trust me, i have been punished enough times to know how this chat punishment works and it is very harsh, even kindergarten was less harsh on the language...
Sure. So, how about you share your chatlogs? I'm sure if it was discussion and not incessant whine of "jungler so dumb, 0 ganks, report" and "idiot bot lane" and similar, then you have nothing to hide.
King Lego (EUNE)
: Is it fair/reasonable to say "fire this rioter"
While I don't support any of the demands for firing of the Rioters, I don't think that we as the consumers should hold the livelyhood of any person working for the company as a reason for our actions. If you went to the restaurant and were served indebile dish made by incompetent cook, you'd demand a refudn and you'd probably never visit again unless they've changed the cook. Because why would you spend your money just to subsidize someone in the job they're bad at? The real problem with "Fire Rioter X" attitude is that it in no way addresses underlying problems and is just a way to find a scapegoat for whatever the people making demands percieve as wrong with the game. Which is ridiculous. Project of the LoL's scope is a complex thing and I believe it'll be difficult to pin-point who is to blame for any given problem. Not to mention that many of the supposed problems are highly subjective, poorly communicated and even if the person responsible for this or that design decision have been fired it doesn't mean game would change for the better. After all just removing a person is not equivalent of indentifying a problem and coming up with solution.
: Punish system
I think that with this mindest you might want to look for a 1 v 1 title. Because here's something that'll blow your mind. When you start complaining about your teammates, this doesn't suddenly make them play better. It only makes them think you're an asshole. It actually has a good chance to make them play better, it definitively makes them have less fun playing with you and it affects even those teammates whom you've decided to magnanimously spare your %%%%%ing. Therefore it ruins the game for everyone, you yourself included. And what ruins the game is considered toxic. So go and play... I don't know. Starcraft 2? PUBG? Fortnite? Something where you don't have a team, that'll suffer for your tantrums.
FâgLord (EUW)
: WE NEED MORE SEXY MEN
What about the Walking Shirtless Scene Man - Varus? C'mon, he's the stereotype of the pretty boy champion.
Scrinnid (EUNE)
: Thats the problem of this system. It doesnt factor in human emotions
Noooo, that's the problem with people who act like animals, that are driven by their emotions, rather then by reason.
: Looking for Book Recommendations
THanks for your ideas guys. I actually read most of the books mentioned here, but few I might check. For now I've found something that'll keep me occupied for a month or two - _Flashman Papers_. It is a 12 book series about misadventures of one Harry Flashman, an officer in British army in the first half of XIXth century. Framed as the memoirs of the main character written in his old age, they shed light on his career. The twist is that quite the contrary to the public image of a hero and gentleman, Flashman is self-admitted coward, scoundrel and all around shifty fellow. His reputation, lechery and general tenency towards mischief often lands him in troubles, which he tends to survive through by the mix of quick thinking, swift running and little bit of luck.
: To be fair. I honestly don't see what of this is "abusive" or "flame" out of the norm. I still think I got restricted unfairly. What I gather is it got a shit system and I got banned for saying the f word and the c word and %%%%%%ed. OH shit how toxic I am. Not like when they told me to kill myself, that I was a "shit eater". That I was "half german bastard jew". And because I reply to that, I get banned. That's why context matter. Who wouldn't become defensive and retaliate?
So... Basically you seem indignant that others chatted at you in the way you didn't like, but think that punishment for your chat that overwhelming majority of the community finds unacceptable is unfair? Ok.
: Banned
Yeah, I'm sure your chat was very civil and full of helpful, well worded advice. {{sticker:slayer-jinx-unamused}}
: Is the ban system flawed? Are the true toxic players slipping through the cracks?
Is the system made by humans? If yes, then it is indeed flawed. Look at the amount of money and effort that goes into fighting crime, and yet for some reason there are still criminals out there. Obviously the justice systems are flawed.
Gujaz (EUNE)
: Cannot load the game, stuck in black screen before loading
I had this happening on and off since patch 8.12 or maybe 8.11. Actually made me stop playing the game. Support wasn't very helpful either.
Cwendir (EUW)
: Banned for no reason ( I have the chat logs)
You got banned because you acted like an asshole, by spamming the chat with constant stream of complaints, report demands and general unpleasentness. And whatever you think about your teammates choice of champions or performance, you were not justified in this. So it is not a ban for no reason, it is just a reason that you probably disagree with, which is a shame for you, but it won't change the end result.
Rioter Comments
: Suggest me a good RPG
Pillars of Eternity and Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire - very good RPGs in the style of old Infinity Engine classics. Character customization is much better in Deadfire, but even the first one has some decent flexibility when it comes to available builds. They based it on classic D&D classes, but each class got some mechanical twist that defines its gameplay in unique enough manner to make it stand out. The story is pretty good with some of more interesting companion characters out there. Tyranny. It runs on Pillars of Eternity enginge and is pretty much a side project of Obsidian entertainment. Much more flexible character building system based on skills that get better when you use them, with no predefined classes. This allows for creating various different hybrids. Very unique world (bronze age equivalent rather than usual medieval stuff) and it puts player in the role of servant of the Evil Overlord who pretty much conquered most of the world already. This one is rather short, because it is sort of focused on replaying the game and choosing different paths. Divinity: Original SIn II - personally I couldn't get into it, but my friends all keep singing praises of this title. An enhanced edition is coming out soon, so I'll try to play through finally. Witcher 3 - it helps to know the first two games and books, but it is pretty great open world rpg even if you don't. And special mention - Deus Ex. Yes, the graphics are very outdated and some gamelpay mechanics aged badly, but it is a seminal title and one of the greatest pieces of conspiracy themed media out there (I'd put it next to things like _Illiminatus!_ trology and _Foucault's Pendulum_). It really is worth it to bear with bad graphics to experience the crazy rollercoaster of a story it has. Human Revolution and Mankind Divided are decent games in their own right, but they never got even close to recreating that atmosphere.
: I got Deus Ex Human Rev for free and I quite enjoyed it back then. I havent played the original to this date but I was thinking about Mankind Divided. Or I get both and play them whenever I have time. And I am definitely going for OneShot, as it takes about 6 hours to complete. Hopefully I aint going to break down because I am soft person :c. I might try Stellaris but Im not much into these heavy thinking strategies. I remember, and dont laugh now, I played Civ5 and it took me couple of months to learn that I can buy buildings and soldiers for gold ... I was there with like 2 warriors, 3rd making, waiting 20 turns for him, when I could buy him with one click. Oh silly me -_- .
Well, in that case Paradox Grand Strategies may not be to your taste. They do tend to have a lot of complex and inobvious interactions. So, instead I'll add one more F2P multiplayer game that might interest you - Battlerite. It is sort of MOBA but focused on teamfighting. No minions, no items just two teams in a deathmatch. And everything, including basic attacks, is a skillshot.
King Lego (EUNE)
: YO MAMA!
Those are not League themed, but they are the only Yo mama jokes I've ever liked. Yo mama so fat that her escape velocity exceeds 2.99 * 10^8 m/s. If there is an omnipotent, omniscient and omnibenevolent god then how do you explain yo mama.
: What do you play beside League ?
Story Rich games you say? If you don't mind dated graphics and somewhat archaic gameplay I'd say the original Deus Ex fits the bill. Pretty much seminal title when it comes to conspiracy theory stories. Deus Ex is to games what Illuminatus! is to literature. It also offers amazing freedom when it comes to solving problems and choosing how to play. Modern prequels are ok, but lack the same atmosphere. In similar vein, if you can stand some technical inadequacies I'd say Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodlines is pretty good. Especially with fan patch applied. It actually has some pretty great support cast and does a lot of stuff Deus Ex did when it comes to wealth of ways to approach any given situation. Except near the end, when the combat becomes the only way forward (sad budget problems are sad). Closer to today I'd say Piillars of Eternity and Pillards of Eternity 2: Deadfire. Pretty nice throwback to great cRPG of old with wealth of tactical options and decent replayability. They are pretty well written as well, with some great backstories for companions and very decent dialogue. Then there are indie darlings. Undertale and One Shot. Both are relatively short and technically unimpressive, but both have a lot of heart. It may be me getting soft in my old age, but I teared up a little in one particularly traumatic moment while playing One Shot. Also, if you like strategies and money is not an issue, boy do I have one word for you. Paradox. Their grand strategies are as great as their DLC policy is confusing. And if you want full experience while getting into any of the long standing titles you'll need to drop lots of cash. If you are new to the genre I'd say start with Stellaris, since it is easiest to understand the basics of that one. But if you ain't scared of no "excel sheet with map screen" you can go straight for Europa Universalis IV. First 100 or so hours might be a bit discouraging by once you get into the swing of things it is one of most replayable games I know of.
nosnnirc (EUW)
: Any Champions like OLD Aatrox?
I think Jax has most similarities. He lacks sustain element but this is sort of mitigated by his Counter Strike negating some of incoming damage as well as bonus resistances from activating the Grandmaster's MIght. He can use a simiplar trade pattern - jumping in with CC (Leap + Counter Strike) and using empowered auto attacks to chunk the opponent. Obviously he can't dive with it as easily as Aatrox due to lack of revive. I think that if you consider auto attacks as core for Aatrox playstyle then maybe Fiora could be considered a bit like him, but less so than Jax I believe.
zykloni (EUNE)
: why am i banned?
The only thing that could warrant a punishment that I see here is report calling. It is sort of considered toxic, but usually this relates to incessant and excessive report calls, here there wasn't of it. Also, were you previously punished? Because that'd explain why there is a ban even with very mild toxicity. System weighs everything much more severly if there were previous chat restrictions and/or 14 days ban.
: Most important is that YOU are a fart compared to Tyler so...
What does Tyler has to do with anything? He did not regain any of his banned accounts, he just regained ability to create new accounts without being banned the second Riot gets the wind of him. OP still can create a new account and start from ground up. So his options are exactly the same as Tyler's.
Enjutsu (EUNE)
: I quickly looked up what that is and these words: > Play the #1 Space SciFi Strategy MMO on mobile! MMO on mobile, that sounds casual as %%%% and totally different from what league is.
Well when I hear "MMO on mobile" the first thing that comes to mind is "predatory monetization".
CJXander (EUNE)
: What's up with this new emote stuff?
Ok... So, how big is your screen exactly? Because playing on 1920x1080 resolution they are pretty tiny and don't really obscure anything. Plus, being situated on the opposite side to the default location for minimap and on the edge of the screen they shouldn't be all that distracting. Personally I like the idea, but as has been mantioned, they can be disabled in the menu,
Febos (EUW)
: "Give Us Feedback" - Rito Is A Troll
But to be serious, it is a poor wording choice. By framing the question as a negative statement they require a use of double negative to confirm that you liked playing the champion. This could be little confusing to the native speakers and even more when you considers that some languages don't make common use of double negatives, if they use them at all. _"I enjoyed playing that champion."_ would be so much clearer.
Swap (EUW)
: http://prntscr.com/juq0jk Give me Farmer Bard too!
Damn dude. You're an artist and a gentleman. This made me tear up with its beauty.
Swap (EUW)
: pls rito i need rp. I have 1 RP and I ned 3249 for Elementalist Lux!
You could have at least put an effort to draw the skin that you want and not some random skin idea for a different champion... {{sticker:slayer-jinx-wink}}
: Am I getting Scammed?
If you don't own the champion the price of getting them with RP is added to the price of the skin.
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The Smith of Lie

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