: No. Of course it is horrible, if someone trolls you, but sometimes not being able to ban the champion is worse for the whole team. Just imagine if you are last pick and you want a high priority pick, but noone in your team can/want to pick it for you. The chance that the enemy gets the pick is just too high and therefore banning the champion is justified, even though you pre picked it. Even if the champion is not completely broken, but the champion counters your midlane first pick and he does not want the enemy midlaner to get it... it is completely justified to ban the champion. Sometimes it is better not having the champion at all in the game, than giving the enemy the chance to pick it. Even if you want to play the champion. Obviously this can be used to troll. But your concept could also be used to troll. What if someone is constantly switching between champions, so that you can't really ban one of them? What if someone just picks a champion, because it counters an ally champion and he never wanted to play it, just give the enemy the chance to counter you? I don't think that any concept is better than the current one. If you got a suspension, you did not get it because of your ally - you got it because you did something wrong. Two wrongs doesn't make it right. If he does something wrong - then report him and don't fight with him.
> [{quoted}](name=Gnominator,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=crII93pA,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2019-01-28T12:21:16.796+0000) > > If you got a suspension, you did not get it because of your ally - you got it because you did something wrong. Two wrongs doesn't make it right. If he does something wrong - then report him and don't fight with him. I'd like you to point out the part where I said the suspension was not my fault. The topic here is not my suspension, but how to deal with trolling like this.
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