: ***
Humor isn't really your strength, is it?
RayleighTT (EUNE)
: What kind of world is this ???
You really love opening threads over and over again discussing (more or less) the same topic, don't you? On NA several people already explained important things to you and basically you are blatantly ignoring them, stuck in your own bubble.
BadVibes618 (EUNE)
: but if i was to sell it to a friend for cash how much would it be worth
Why would you even sell it to a friend? Besides that - feel free to grab a paper and pen and combine the factors by yourself. We don't know every needed information (e.g. did you buy this skin or got it from a chest?, event-passes to get certain skins) to know exactly how much your account is worth.
PKL881 (EUNE)
: Is there any way I could get unbanned , this game means everything to me , and I dont want to lose everything I did on this account. I don't know what to do.
Permanent bans get rarely lifted - only when handed out falsely or due to certain experiments from Riot.
: Improper Ban
Feel free to post your unedited chatlog here (even better with screenshots).
RayleighTT (EUNE)
: back 6-8 months ago happened to me too , i had some lines the bot considered me toxic into , and in rest there were just 2 lines i threat someone with tickets on support for his grief/troll.. so my permanent ban remain like this and support line is closed for me ,cause i have no right to speak , be aware maybe they will ban and you on support , as they did with me , they typical give no answers etc... and then they give you and ban on support on an account you have no restrictions ranked or on board at all.
> [{quoted}](name=RayleighTT,realm=EUNE,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=s4EFhkOf,comment-id=0002,timestamp=2019-05-25T01:08:45.525+0000) > > back 6-8 months ago happened to me too , i had some lines the bot considered me toxic into , and in rest there were just 2 lines i threat someone with tickets on support for his grief/troll.. I assume that you had a 14-day-ban before? If yes: the permanent could be also triggered as threats are not allowed but you also mentioned that the system detected toxicity. Have you not written anything like that or do you count your phrases as not toxic?
Dr Lav (EUW)
: How long do u have to not talk in chat? I was getting back my honor lv so I thought it was okej to start be toxic as much as in the chat logs
It is not about not talking - you have to show constant positive/neutral behaviour over a longer period of time (caution: Riot measures time with games played, so you can not sit out a punishment) and I have seen vague estimations of other players starting at 3 months.
Delusion (EUW)
: I’m joking buddy - clearly not bannable, assumed my sarcasm in the OP was clear but I guess not :)
Damn sorry, read too many threads like that in the last time on the NA boards ,_, Thanks for dealing with a dumbass like me {{sticker:slayer-pantheon-thumbs}}
Delusion (EUW)
: Is it normal for my support to say this?
Think about it - for what would you like to report the player? Leona maybe made a wrong decision - better ward than sorry - but she did not actively try to lose.
: > [{quoted}](name=Timethief49,realm=EUW,application-id=39gqIYVI,discussion-id=hEzdWjlm,comment-id=0001,timestamp=2019-04-15T19:04:30.961+0000) > > I would think so, yes. I mean, the enemys wanted to play a fun game and now they have to wait atleast like 15 minutes till they can actually have one. That's bloody ridiculous. If the enemy want a 'serious' game, go play draft. Where am I allowed to mess around in lol then?
Vegito101 (EUNE)
: > [{quoted}](name=xPjlol,realm=EUNE,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=I3e5J8pM,comment-id=0001,timestamp=2019-04-14T10:07:14.396+0000) > > from personal experience, i can agree with u > more reports = insta ban > 1 report = 0 reports many people have same experience...
And many people don't - are you ignoring those and just support the part that benefits your statement the most?
Vegito101 (EUNE)
: > [{quoted}](name=ImainLilSatan,realm=EUNE,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=I3e5J8pM,comment-id=000300000000,timestamp=2019-04-14T22:46:40.835+0000) > > So you argue with people and make your guess on that... > You're special... I said they said they will report me after game... why you act like jerk???to prove how smart you are???
I mean, they are kinda right. There could be various reasons why players tell you that ingame but and still don't report you afterwards - they left too early, simply forgot about it, used it as a threat, have ingame issues and can't properly access it...
: For example: Tyler1 Very Toxic Draven One Trick who got a permabann for his toxic behavior. Eventually he got unbanned.
As far as I read about him (please teach me when I am wrong as I don't wanna spread false information) all his accounts are still permabanned only his ID-ban got lifted.
: yes if you are a famous streamer that can bring lots of money to riot they will unban you
Dovyydas (EUNE)
: Its my friends account, he gave it to me aand he had bans earlier for flame, and now I get perma for same reason
Sorry to say but the ban still will not be lifted. Remember: detected account-sharing results in a ban aswell so stay on the safer side and make an own new account.
Dovyydas (EUNE)
: My team just feed all time, and had enough and said what I think, and next game I saw that i have perma ban
Then it will not be lifted as the ban was justified. In case of doubt feel free to include your chatlog here.
RayleighTT (EUNE)
: they simple can't understand anything of this , even if you would have responsability over your account ,that dosn't mean you deserve to lose an account for 135 years ,while you may or not be guilty of the behaviour showed in game , i feel your sensitive problem ,but imagine i got banned 135 years aka permanent for taking of a troller and i not even insult him in any ways just asking him to play normal , well what Riot and those volunters not understand is that the punishment system shouldn't focus on taking your accounts and money invested and it should focus on reforming players ,changing them behaviour , indeed there are more accurate solutions who could change humans behaviour ,and the 135 years is kind of a joke because players can change completly them behaviour over time and not instantly as riot expects in 4 steps bans when it comes about toxicity ! ...
> [{quoted}](name=RayleighTT,realm=EUNE,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=VOgFkges,comment-id=000300000002,timestamp=2019-04-04T22:08:56.840+0000) > > but imagine i got banned 135 years aka permanent for taking of a troller and i not even insult him in any ways just asking him to play normal When you talk like a decent person to your mates you won't have to fear a permaban, it's simple as that. > well what Riot and those volunters not understand is that the punishment system shouldn't focus on taking your accounts and money invested and it should focus on reforming players ,changing them behaviour Sorry to say but Riot is not obligated to take care of the players in that way - holding your hands and wasting resources in the hope that someone finally changes. When you sign up for LoL you have to be atleast 13 and I doubt that a majority of their playerbase is actually that young - at this age and older you should have learnt to reflect your behaviour and be able to make mature decisions. > and the 135 years is kind of a joke because players can change completly them behaviour over time and not instantly as riot expects in 4 steps bans when it comes about toxicity ! ... Riot doesn't expect you to change instantly - normally there should be longer periods between your punishments (when toxic-behaviour is not normal for you and you only show it in extreme cases). Of course there can be a change in the behaviour and therefore you are always free to make a new account and prove it. How would you reform players?
Iguil (EUNE)
: As usual, this thread is downvoted. To OP; I choose to believe your story, and Riot should give you another chance. Sorry to say, I doubt they will, but you have my support and sympathy. I'm all for punishments, and sometimes, even permabanning. Yes, flaming and other sorts of abuse is a huge problem in LoL. But there should be room for mistakes, and second chances. Not this elitist "1 strike and you're out cause we can do whatever the f*** we want" stuff. Yes he lent out his account. To a relative, as a kindness. His cousin abused his kindness, and got his account banned. Yes, he made that mistake, its his responsibility. Yes, Riot "owns the account" and has the right to permaban you simply for fun if they chose to, but simply dismissing OP, saying "create a new account your fault" displays a huge lack of empathy. When you are committed to a game for such a long time, according to OP from season 1, you have history and memories. Probably a lot of skins, exclusive missions, ranks and so on. A lot of which you can't get anymore, even if you create a new account. "Its just a game", but to some people, a really important part of their lives. Computer games aren't just some weird nerd thing anymore, its mainstream. To some, it can be a devastating loss, it can ruin the one escape they have in their lives. People commit suicide over these types of things. They actually do! And here you are, enjoying and mocking OPs situation. What has happened to this community? Riots ban policy, where a single mistake can get you permabanned, never lifting those permabans, and basically giving you the finger when you ask for it, because "we have all the rights wah wah", is downright disgusting. EVERYONE makes mistakes, even "huge" mistakes, and a "cool" game company should reflect that in their policies. Start treating your players for what they are; actual, living people, not just a source of income and a row in your user table. Its so, so, easy, to not give a shit about others suffering as long as it doesn't apply to you.
> [{quoted}](name=Iguil,realm=EUNE,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=VOgFkges,comment-id=0005,timestamp=2019-04-05T18:22:20.805+0000) > > And here you are, enjoying and mocking OPs situation. What has happened to this community? > A lot of people here simply explained the rules - calm and neutral, what's wrong with that? And rather how much sympathy should we show a grown-up man who breaks the rules and now doesn't want to face the consequences? > Riots ban policy, where a single mistake can get you permabanned, never lifting those permabans It is not common that one single mistakes leads to a perma ban - regularly the player gets a CR or skips to a 14-day ban due to hate-speech or trolling. And in fact permabans are lifted some and then when it shows that there was a mistake. > EVERYONE makes mistakes, even "huge" mistakes, and a "cool" game company should reflect that in their policies. > But you know that they reflect this, don't you? The "normal" punishments you receive are: 1. 10 Games CR 2. 25 Games CR 3. 14-day-ban 4. Permaban That means that you have 3 chances (actually more when you show a positive improvement over a longer periode of time) to prove the company that you are willing to change your behaviour. In certain cases some of the punishment steps have been skipped because of hate-speech, the usage of zero-tolerance words or trolling. These acts cross the line so massively that stricter punishments are needed - but still then you are lucky enough to have one final chance.
Madnasher (EUW)
: How long does a ban take?
** HOW DO PUNISHMENTS WORK?** _ Players who are found to be causing a negative game experience are then punished within 15 minutes of the games end._ Source: https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/articles/207489286-Instant-Feedback-System-FAQ-
Vade (EUNE)
: I understand what you mean, but I do not want to give up on my profile 10 years ago I've made .. I'm an adult man for almost 30 years and you have my word that it will not be repeated
Of course it is sad that you lost an account which is that old but you have to understand that you signed and agreed to follow the rules and your account broke them more than once. The punishment is justified and promises won't work - Riot will not allow special treatments.
: Chat restriction is a thing.
Hate-speech (correctly reported) normally leads to a 14-day ban.
: Am i not allowed to question other peoples plays? there is nothing chat bannable or even BANNABLE in my chat logs? yes i question people but that surely isn't bannable? if it is then i may aswell go play club penguin? who did i insult?
> [{quoted}](name=Specialist AGN,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=U8okJH25,comment-id=00010001,timestamp=2019-03-26T12:26:54.945+0000) > > Am i not allowed to question other peoples plays? You are indeed allowed to question people choices or plays - but please keep in mind that this has to happen in an acceptable way/niveau and doesn't escalate into spam. > there is nothing chat bannable or even BANNABLE in my chat logs? There are various evidences in your chat-log that justify at least a chat-restriction and I would advice you to reconsider the way you talk with your teammates. Flaming, blaming, spamming, belittling other people and so much more are ruining the game experience for other players and for yourself.
: Negativity? its a game, it goes either way if the games going downhill everything's negative? is the game where my fizz banned my champ im hovering in champ select and then ran it down mid, is he going to get banned too? i doubt it. the system is terrible
> [{quoted}](name=Specialist AGN,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=U8okJH25,comment-id=00010000,timestamp=2019-03-26T12:23:51.367+0000) > > is the game where my fizz banned my champ im hovering in champ select and then ran it down mid, is he going to get banned too? i doubt it. the system is terrible Inting is quite hard to detect unless someone is careless enough and does it obviously or announces it in the chat. When you wanna make sure that this Fizz gets at least reviewed by a real person feel free to write a support-ticket and provide some evidences (e.g. short clips).
: %%%% riot games boys
Before I analyse your chatlog, may I ask you some questions? * Is this your first punishment - have you ever received a chatrestriction before? * You only listed one game - normally the systems provides 2-3 games for you which crossed the line. What happened to the others?
: Just a rant about toxicity
> [{quoted}](name=AnarchyShift,realm=EUW,application-id=2BfrHbKG,discussion-id=aAWEBeMG,comment-id=,timestamp=2019-03-23T23:42:36.999+0000)> I have reported many people for afk or griefing because they were either afk or inting for example. I never got a feedback about those reports that they actually got punished. I reported one person for toxicity just to see if it worked, and it did. The player immedialty got punished and I find that aweful. > The InstantFeedbackSystem gives you feedback irregularly to allow the players some privacy and preventing acts of revenge. > I find it important that he said that people that actually impact a game can get away ban-free but if you start saying some no-no words to some player because they're ruining the game for the other 4 players in their team, you get immediately punished for it. > First of all - I haven't seen the video. Of course inting/feeding/other things in this categorie are not welcomed - but you have to take into account that people who flame and say "no-no words" also influence the game negatively - starting from scaring off other players through to arguing with teammates ingame and not participating in the game (e.g. standing under turrets and typing). Plus people who actually get banned are either players who are constantly behaving negatively or crossing the line in a masive way (e.g. homophobia). > I really think the tribunal should come back to life again instead of using bots because bots can't understand these situations. There should be a chatlog review by actual people so they can punish the right one. > To be honest I have never payed attention to the tribunal when it was still available. But nowadays I only hear negatively about them - it took way to long reviewing some cases, some people were only interested in rewards and so on. The current system allows to punish detected behaviour within 15 minutes - in extreme cases you could always write a support-ticket. > What I also find stupid is people that provoke others into getting them into being toxic(Like gg ez for example), the ones that become toxic get punished because someone provoked them. There is no need for being toxic - we are not in kindergarten anymore that "Them started it first" counts as a way to justify things.
: That's the dumbest excuse i've ever heard. It's hypocritical how you say they can detect flaming but they can't detect inting. Seriously? Just look at KDA and cs per minute and lanes cs'ed in. it's not that hard.
Actually Magneset makes a valid point plus don't twist their words - they stated that it is **harder** to detect inting than flaming, which is in fact true. Not that inting can't be detected at all. The system has been fed with informations over the years (tribunal-punishments/what a majority of people dislike seeing in the game) and still learns which behaviour is contraproductive. Of course people will always be more creative than a programm so some and then there will be statements that will slip under the radar. But the current systems allows to punish detected behaviour in less than 15 minutes. It is neutral, works fast and doesn't cost the company too much. Inting on the other hand is harder to punish - snowballing, having a hard time at lane, not getting help, trying out a new champion, simlpy being a bad player and so much more can have an impact on your bad KDA or cs/min. This can't be punished by an automatic system alone and requires an actual person. Here we have to face the problem how many people are needed to manage reviewing games, how time consuming it is - let's not forget: not every inter makes their intentions obvious. Therefore inting should rather be reported by writing a ticket to the support and providing prrof.
: So the answer to the title is yes? is there anyway of knowing if someone got banned?
Of course there are a some ways to see if someone got banned - simply checking their profile (over the client or online). **When you report another player after the game (not by an additional ticket): ** - The IFS (InstantFeedbackSystem) punishes detected behaviour in like 15 minutes after the game ends (source: Support-Riotgames). Let's say the person used zero-tolerance words or has to face as a next step of punishment a 14-day-ban - take a look at their match history . Of course you can't always tell if they received a ban as people could suddenly take a break from LoL or due to other reasons.
: Should players be issued perma-bans for a first offence?
I am quite happy with the current state of the system - the scaling one. Nevertheless I would wish for perma-bans in certain cases - e.g. "k _ s" and some other things in the categorie which normally result in an instant 2-week-ban. In my opinion there should be **zero tolerance** about these things - but I have to admit that it is a kinda drastic point of view and hard to actually implement. What is punishable - what deserves a chance? For example: I find it more digusting to tell someone to commit suicide than calling him a "r - - - rd" - so I would give an instant ban for the first case and a 2-week-ban for the second one - and that is a problem. It is way too much affected by my personal kind of view, my experiences and couldn't represent an actual and fair system.
: Nice system Riot
> [{quoted}](name=3kaesehoch,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=tUAoAjyo,comment-id=,timestamp=2019-03-14T11:31:29.468+0000) > I never had a warning or so on my account and got banned 2 weeks instantly. When you face a 14-day-ban as your first punishment it's probably due to the usage of hate-speech and/or zero-tolerance words. As we are all humans it's not damnable that we lose our patience some and then. The difference is how we lose it. So Riot punishes (first time) e.g. "idiot" more mildly than "r - - - rd " as this word (obviously) crosses a line - other things in this categorie would be racial slurs, sexism, homophobia and much more. Edit: _"We have a zero-tolerance policy for extreme negative behavior as well as extremely offensive language and remarks made in game towards other players. Since it is a severe disregard for the Summoner’s Code this sort of behavior can result in skipping to a Two week or Permanent suspension."_ - League of Legends Support. As far as I know - detected inting/trolling will earn you a 2-week-bay as well.
Vanderlin (EUW)
: A Two Week Ban is a Bit Extreme
The usage of a zero-tolerance word normally results in a ban and therefore skips certain steps in the punishment systems (e.g. chatban).
JesRect (EUW)
: it should not exist no one should have the right to tell u what u should u do in a video game or no one should have the right to take ur favourite game away from u but community is full of pussies so xD
> [{quoted}](name=JesRect,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=5XJmxYzw,comment-id=0009,timestamp=2019-02-19T09:26:42.332+0000) >or no one should have the right to take ur favourite game away from u In fact they don't take the game away from you - only cosmetic features and ingame achievements, e.g. honor level/mastery points. With a new account you still can enjoy League of Legends.
: A lot of the people in the comments sound like they want to keep permanent bans in case people aren't toxic enough to get banned when their temporary ban ends. That makes no sense to me. What's the point of having them banned if they're not worthy of it? If when someone's ban ends that player's behavior has improved enough to not get banned again, what's the point on *still* having them banned?
> [{quoted}](name=Low Brain Usage,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=5XJmxYzw,comment-id=0008,timestamp=2019-02-18T07:38:24.344+0000)That makes no sense to me. What´s the point of having them banned if they´re not worthy of it? Not everyone changes, some people will stick to a toxic mentality for a longer period or potentially their whole life. Let´s say we grant you the benefit of the doubt - you turned to a player who ensures a positive environment for their teammates. But this automaticall leads to some questions: * **Why does Riot have to pamper "negative customers"? Why should we give them chances over and over again? ** In a normal case people have to face a 10 Game CR, 25 Game CR, a 14-days-ban and finally the permanent ban. 10 CR and 25 CR are really not much more than a small slap as you are still able to use nearly everything in the game - it's rather a sign that they should start rethinking their behaviour. After that we have to face a 14-day-suspension which explicity tells you that it will be too late when you continue with your chosen path of negativity. Now they pull out harder suspensions in the hope to wake you up. In my experience there is a massive problem with people who skip some steps and receive sooner a 14-day due to trigger-words as they often lack self-awareness or some kind of education - the cases where I witnessed this the affected player did not see a problem with belittling certain groups and feel unfairly treated because "their words are not that harsh and other people are snowflakes". One case I saw live was when I played with a close friend of one of my contacts and he found it hilarious to repeat: "Blacks (I mean, you probably know that he used another word) don't have rights" and stuff like that - and he meant it from the bottom of his heart. So how could Riot reform players like this? **The permanent ban doesn´t have to fulfill an educational part anymore, like other users have already mentioned this is Riots way to say "We don´t want you longer as our customer, leave". There is always an option to restart with a new account but certain achievements, wasted money and memories will stick forever to your banned account. And this hurts and it should hurt. Because this is frightening and ensures atleast that some toxic people pull themselves together as they fear losing everything.** Riot gives banned people the chance to make a new account and prove themselves there. So what is the problem with permanent bans? You are not forever kept from playing League of Legends. Why should we give toxic (or maybe-past toxic) people who have been registered negatively chances over and over again, why are they so worthy to actually spend a lot of resources (time/money) for their wellbeing? Riot gave them up as they were unwilling to respect simple rules. > If when someone´s ban ends that player´s behavior has improved enough to not get banned again, what´s the point on *still* having them banned? * **When we reduce the permanent ban to a limited one - saying for like 6 months or up to a year, how can we make sure that they have reformed?** I would say that people are able to "serve their sentence" quite easily in this amount of time (especially when they spent a lot of bucks for skins) and now we have the big question - how can we guarantee that they have changed? Well, it might be easy to say: "When they show toxic traits they have to face the same punishment again" but this relies on the report system which is not perfect and offers some gaps to abuse. New idea - programming a tool which monitors their chat 24/7 and instantly punishes them without the need for a report - but this costs not only time and money but it's simply not benefical as only a small percentage of the playerbase goes this far. * **My waiting time is over but I gave the game up - what should prevent me from selling my account?** Let´s say I was toxic enough for the last punishment but now, after one year, I come back. Although I enjoyed the game back then it changed in a way which can't satisfy me anymore but damn, I spent more than 1OO € for skins/icons/whatever! Why shouldn't I break the rules one time again and sell it for a few euros online?
: >So the moment your behavior had seen an improvement, you decided to flame hard next game? Smart. This one sounded pretty judgemental, to be honest. I "*decided* to flame hard". Is that what you think of me? Of people who are/have been toxic? We're just "the devil" and go around spreading negativity because it's our way of life? Have you never stopped to consider everything that happens comes with a backstory? >Better read the reform card dude. 14-day ban reform card states this: >Other players judged your comms to be far below the standards of the league community. The vast majority of players agree that while League's an intense, competitive game, everyone deserves respect on the Rift. If this behavior continues, your account will be permanently suspended. I've checked my Email and I couldn't find anything about the two week ban or the permaban at all, only about a 7day ban from back in 2014. Maybe I deleted it at some point, I dont remember. >It's an account punishment, not a personality punishment. As I've stated in my post, for some people, the two are connected. >To answer your question, no. So you would punish people for *your* pleasure? You'd send someone with amnesia to prison for something they don't remember doing? You'd have pointless punishments put on others just because it makes you feel righteous or something like that? >Riot also did a permaban unbanning experiment on NA, but didn't provide data from that experiment yet. From what I heard though a lot of those unbanned players fell back to their toxic ways quite quick. >In the end you need a lot of bad behavior to get a permaban, if players can't correct their behavior with 2nd, 3rd and 4th chances then good riddance. Imo that's already more than enough chances. That just means most people will be banned again after the 2 years end and they start playing again. Most people will be banned again, some will be saved. Still sounds good to me.
> [{quoted}](name=Low Brain Usage,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=5XJmxYzw,comment-id=0003000000000000,timestamp=2019-02-17T20:15:24.948+0000)> So you would punish people for your pleasure? You´d send someone with amnesia to prison for something they don´t remember doing? You'd have pointless punishments put on others just because it makes you feel righteous or something like that? > Nobody will be punished just for the sake of satisfaction - people in this game have to face consequences for their actions as the ruin the game experience for their mates. A majority of toxic people here probably don't suffer from amnesia or any other kind of illnesses which could cloud their judgment. And even when they deal with something in their private life - that does not give them a free pass to behave in a contraproductive way. And to answer your question (although this is quite sensitive) - some people are unlucky and suffer from illnesses and this is per se not a problem. But as soon as it starts to escalate and the affected people start harming others or commit crimes - sorry, but my tolerance here is limited. In my country I read about various incidents in the last year where people were murdered or injured - one of the first reactions from the offenders was always "Hey, I have this XY illness and can't remember a thing, it felt like being on drugs" - now tell me, does this justify their actions? **Edit:** In LoL you can't harm somebody physical but your words still could have a massive impact on the life of another player. Riot gives you enough chances to reconsider your attitude in form of the punishments and they are not at all pointless.
Kravixxen (EUNE)
: Imagine this...
> [{quoted}](name=Kravixxen,realm=EUNE,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=a8yZFBVK,comment-id=,timestamp=2019-02-17T11:13:10.839+0000) > > DRAFT... > Teemo goes Jungle... leaves the game at level 1. > My ADC is Veigar... passive and not doing much. > Teemo is not the most unusual pick you can see for the jungle. Maybe he had problems with this connection or his computer crashed, so we don't really know his intentions for leaving this match. How should he be punished, he already gets the leaverbuster? Plus, people are not forced to pick "real" ADCs on the botlane - as long as they try hard enough you really can't blame them. > I make 2 jokes about Black Crime statistics. I get banned, Teemo and ADC Veigar lives long and happpily. 2 "jokes" - may I ask you how they were worded? The system is automatic and scans your chat for certain trigger words/phrases - so either your jokes crossed a line (e.g. rassism) or your whole chat showed toxic behaviour, demonstrating that you were not banned for the jokes, rather punished for an overall negative attitude. > I want to ask people responsible for this Justice system, how badly were you bullied in school, that 2-3 bad words makes people permabanned? how badly your selfesteem must be damaged. > When you get permabanned for "2-3" words then you should reconsider your language as it contains sexism/rassism/inhuman chunks. And it is understandable that Riot does not tolerate this kind of behaviour - not only does it cost them a lot of money, no it also gives them an overall bad reputation.

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