: If you can't deal with a word from a random stranger, maybe internet isn't the best place to be on... Also muting everyone at the start of the game is an option. But if you ban someones champ (s)he wanted to play, you force him not to enjoy the game as he wanted to
You're hilarious. I don't care what some keyboard warrior has to say. It doesn't affect me. But when someone breaks the law and Riot do nothing about it. That I have an issue about. But you keep defending the person who told me to KILL MYSELF and act as if they should be allowed to BREAK THE LAW. You're part of the problem. Your name literally says you were perma'd so... Leave.
Kára (EUNE)
: Better luck next time. Also, you claim 95% of the community would accept longer Q instead of autofill. I'm pretty sure that 95% would accept autofill and play a game as soon as possible. The state of the game as it is is already prone to unhappy/unfair moments, multiplying the wait time 10x, it would just mean the end of League. Most people don't have as much time as you do, hell, I also don't have time to wait 20-30 mins to get a champ select going, especially since people can still dodge like it happens sometimes. If I do finally play a game after a half an hour wait, and it turns out to be a game with toxicity, feeding etc. and it happens everytime welp, I'm out of League. I suggest you learn to play Taric or Janna in case of emergency or premade with a support main.
It genuinely amazes me how many people completely misunderstand this post. I never once said Autofill should be removed. The first line of the second paragraph quite clearly states; > There should be an option to opt out of autofill The key word there being OPTION. If I was given the choice of a 30 minute queue timer, or be forced to play a role I hate, am no good at and have no suitable champions for, I'd HAPPILY take the former option. You could opt in and opt out as and when you pleased. But no, of course, this community read what they want, misunderstand it to the absolute limit, and then try and act like the idea is dreadful.
Kára (EUNE)
: Yes, it's your right to ban whichever of the 143 champs you want, but it's also the other guy's right to play this same champion, if not banned by **opponents**. There is a reason why you have to wait 10 seconds before you are able to ban, and that is for everyone to declare their desired champion so it's not banned by an ally. The fact that you are just being idle during this phase shi##ting around and then ban champion X every single game without looking means you are not a teamplayer and you are certainly not behaving the way you should in a **team game**. Of course, before you say this, what that guy said, if he said it like you claim he did, is toxic and reportable to say the least, BUT it came from something **YOU** did because you are selfish enough to not care about your other team members' desires and needs. Coming into the forums crying about something you caused seems like a "funny" incentive to say the least. You are not the only one in here that has a certain right, everyone has the same amount of rights, in the same extent. TL/DR: Become a team player in a PvP online game, or suffer the consequences And again, before you say the exact same things you've been saying for the past 76 comments, I'm definitely not supporting the toxic behavior the other guy displayed, but also I'm not supporting the toxic behavior you have been displaying in each and every game, as **you** confess you do
Okay, you haven't bothered to read through all the comments made on this thread thus far (and I don't entirely blame you for that). Yes, you have to wait before you can make bans, and during this time I usually grab a snack/drink/use the toilet. I then make my ban (I paste Kayles name into the search bar and hit ban). I then go about changing my runes to suit the champion I am going to play. I then select the champion I want (or change it if banned/taken/doesn't suit the comp/easily countered by enemy comp). I then change my runes again if needs be. This accounts for pretty much the entire time given during champion select. Yes, I am ever so slightly in the wrong for not looking at who my team mates have 'pre-selected'. (Something I have held my hands up to several times on this thread already). Had the player in question called me a prick, asshole, a %%%%er, or any other number of choice words or phrases, I'd have simply expressed my apologies, and explained my piece. However, he told me to kill myself. He quite literally BROKE THE LAW, and yet, here are people defending his actions. Not one person has condemned the other player, and simply told me to report him. (Which I did, to Riot and I am in contact with my lawyer regarding the matter). I may have been the one who caused the scenario, but that does not give the other player the right to tell me to die. That would be the same as telling a rape victim they deserved it because they wore a short skirt. But let's pretend that I am 100% in the wrong. Banning any champion is against he rules of the game and I should therefore kill myself in the most horrible fashion I can dream of?
Player 00 (EUW)
: If words from a random nobody in an online video game made you nearly cry then you should consider whether or not it is a good place for you to be. I will say it for the last time and then I am really not gonna bother replying to this anymore because it looks like I am talking to air here. If you do not want some one to tell you to k*ll yourself, do not provoke the reaction. Do not ban their champion. Make sure they do get it. I really REALLY hate {{champion:517}} too and I ALWAYS ban him, unless one of my team mates wants to play him. If the enemy then picked him first then well bad I will just have to deal with him in game. And no. I do not belong to the people who flame and are toxic and believe whatever you want to. My account has been clear from any chat restrictions for over a year now, because I actually did reform. But your original post and this comment differ so much that you really make yourself look like a crying wolf and with the "He told me to k*ll myself and I almost cried" kinda pretty much looks like you are milking Riot's strictness towards the all mighty three-letter word and want to get that player banned because you can't deal with the situation you put yourself into when you provoked his reaction. Tyler1 was the same thing. You wanted to win ? Don't ban his Draven and he won't troll and he might even carry you. But people did it anyway and then got mad because he trolled. He shouldn't have, as much as that moron shouldn't tell you to k*ll yourself, but provoking their reactions and then demanding them punished is a d*ck move too. Just because you can't get punished for something that doesn't make it okay for you to do and it doesn't mean you can do it and expect sympathy from people on these forums. If you do not get what I am trying to tell you then you will simply continue getting hate and you will continue keep almost crying, your problem. If trying to tell you something is like trying to tell river to stop flowing then by all means, fall in depression from all the hate you will continue getting from as*holes in this community, because there a re a lot of them.
I'm not gonna bother reading your wall of text. I read the first few lines and all I say is this; You are part of the problem. You believe it is acceptable to tell someone to kill themselves (and thus break the law) so you can remove yourself from this thread now.
Player 00 (EUW)
: You think you are this special snowflake who never does anything wrong. My previous statement stands. If you have this really arrogant and toxic attitude towards this like "I don't give a sh*t what you want to play, I can ban whoever I want.", don't act like you are not the part of the toxic community you claim is the issue here, because you are just as much at fault as the people flaming you for banning their champion. It's the same as poking the tiger with a stick until he bites you and then demand they put him down because he is dangerous. You do the same. You provoke the reaction and then cry on the forums how people don't bow down to you when you do whatever you think you have the right to do, with the most spoiled attitude I have ever seen, expecting things to change just because you want them to. Don't ban your team mate's champions, or simply deal with the fact that they will flame you sometimes, and don't be the crying wolf here on the forums. Good day sir.
I'm a snowflake? Someone literally told me to kill myself and I'm a snowflake because of that? You're part of the group of people who believe they can say and do anything on the internet because they have anonymity. I already accept that my banning of Kayle, when a teammate had pre-selected it was the root cause of the outburst in my direction and has the other person simply called me a prick, or an asshole, or any other number of choice words, I'd have laughed it off, apologised for banning his pre-selected champion and not thought about it again. But I was told to KILL MYSELF. I'm hardly crying. I really wish people would understand what that phrase actually meant. But alas. The thing I find most concerning in this entire situation is that no-one can seemingly see past my actions. I accepted that it was shitty, and that I should pay more attention during champion select etc, and yet, people are siding with and defending the person who broke the law. But, I'm the toxic one for making a rightful ban. I've had champions I wish to play banned away from me hundreds of times, not once have I told someone to kill themselves. I simply ask why they banned my champion, and then I select a different one. But, yes, I'm the toxic one in this situation. I should go and kill myself - amirite?
: That's a question. You can awnser it yourself.
You attempted to insult me as the first thing you did. I wont be responding to you any further.
: > [{quoted}](name=KinneasGaming92,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=000500000000000000000000,timestamp=2019-04-27T12:44:06.263+0000) > > You assume I'm lying I assumed nothing ... screenshots do not lie ... http://oi65.tinypic.com/2mpn1br.jpg > [{quoted}](name=KinneasGaming92,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=00050000,timestamp=2019-04-27T12:26:52.404+0000) > > And no, there is no warning on banning a pre-selected champion. ,,, but you do :) > but you're the one who believes that if a girl wears a short skirt and crop top a man has the right to rape her. So, remove yourself, you're probably the worse troll I've encountered in 20 years of gaming. Alas, that is something **you** wrote, **not me** ... so, that is not my problem ... You can try putting words into my keyboard, but that ain't going to work ... :) meanwhile : > [{quoted}](name=KinneasGaming92,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=0002000000000000,timestamp=2019-04-26T16:14:17.650+0000) > > **I never claimed I wasn't in the wrong** Sure, I should pay more attention to hovered picks, but I'd rather use my pre-game time to change my runes, grab a drink/snack/use the toilet than worry about 1 of 150+ champions. > [{quoted}](name=KinneasGaming92,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=0001000000000000,timestamp=2019-04-26T16:27:57.391+0000) > > My right is to ban one of the 150+ champions in this game. I chose to ban Kayle. **I did literally nothing wrong** Let us not forget those two gems ... :D
You realise that by continually repeating yourself you weaken the strength of your already feeble argument? You can stop now since I wont be replying to you any more. You've already shown, that you agree with the other persons actions and you believe I should kill myself over making a ban on a video game.
Aezander (EUW)
: > [{quoted}](name=KinneasGaming92,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=00050000,timestamp=2019-04-27T12:26:52.404+0000) > > I played in Season 1. And Riot actually took toxic behaviour seriously. But now they only care about their pro players. And the fact that several of them had received permabans on multiple accounts, lifetime bans from Riot events etc, and are now pro shows that Riot doesn't care about their players and only those who can make them the most money. If banning their pro player over misconduct means they are not serious about toxic behaviour, that a weird point of view. > I started playing again because a lot changed over the last 2 years. Lots of new items/item reworks, new champs, kit reworks etc I thought I'd try the game out again. **Perhaps the community had matured over the last 2 years**. How wrong I was. Thought no one ever about **that** on any PvP team oriented type of game. > It sounds reasonable to be flamed for making a ban? Okay - I see you're part of the problem. Is it unreasonable to assume that someone will react like an arsehole when I complete stranger deprives him of his right to play any Champion he wants ? > I shouldn't have to dodge. I can ban whichever champion I see fit. I see fit to ban Kayle until she is nerfed. Again. Your right ends where another person's start. > I went asking for trouble? That's like saying if a girl goes out wearing revealing clothes she deserves to be raped. What a logical fallacy to compare the way of dressing, which is a choice already made, with the depriving of **making** that choice in the first place. > Riot can start actually taking toxicity seriously like they used to. Handing out proper punishments instead of just a measly chat restriction. There's several things Riot could do, but if I told you what they were you'd try and find ways around them. So I wont bother. Punishments have an escalating nature, and some steps can potentially be skipped if the transgression is heavy enough. You know that, don't you ? > And no, there is no warning on banning a pre-selected champion. I think you should pay attention to Champion select a bit more and skip the too much snacks and drinks during it.
Riot don't care. They haven't for a long time. If they did players such as ocelote, Jensen, IWD, XWX, to name a few, would be permabanned. But instead, Riot realised how much money they can make off these players and thus allowed them to go pro. But let's pretend that never happened shall we? No, it's not unreasonable. Call me an asshole. Tell me I'm a bronze trash kid. But to tell me to end my life, to LITERALLY break the law. Yeah THAT is unreasonable. The fact there are people defending his actions is disgusting and a clear reason as to why this is the worst gaming community ever to exist. It's hardly a logical fallacy. You're just in too deep to back up and admit that the other person was clearly in the wrong. Aye, coz Riot actually implement these punishments right? The player who told me to kill myself hasn't been banned. Thus the most that would have happened was a Chat Restriction. Coz yano, Riot cares amirite? I already said I should probably pay more attention. But let's pretend that I should be told to kill myself over getting a drink aye? You can remove yourself now since I wont be replying anymore. You've shown more than once that you support the other players actions and that you think I should kill myself over making a perfectly acceptable ban.
: Are you that stupid? Almost every someone will complain about autofill cause they don't want to play Support. And now imagine that there would not be autofill. Do you thing you will find any game when " Every lobby I am in someone complains about autofill." ? And you thing anyone would listen to one person begging for remove of game mode that is popular? Do you really think that option would not be abused? No one would want that. It would be equal to remove of autofill.
The first thing you do is insult me? Cool story.
: > [{quoted}](name=KinneasGaming92,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=0002000000000000000200000000000000000000,timestamp=2019-04-27T12:33:09.628+0000) > > Again, get an education you clueless troll. You can try to insult me all you like, but scripta manent : > [{quoted}](name=KinneasGaming92,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=0002000000000000,timestamp=2019-04-26T16:14:17.650+0000) > > **I never claimed I wasn't in the wrong** Sure, I should pay more attention to hovered picks, but I'd rather use my pre-game time to change my runes, grab a drink/snack/use the toilet than worry about 1 of 150+ champions. > [{quoted}](name=KinneasGaming92,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=0001000000000000,timestamp=2019-04-26T16:27:57.391+0000) > > My right is to ban one of the 150+ champions in this game. I chose to ban Kayle. **I did literally nothing wrong** Who is trolling here .?. :p
If you think that was an attempt at an insult then you're education level is even lower than I expected. Don't fear, I'll get you registered in a local school. You're trolling. Simple as that really.
: > [{quoted}](name=KinneasGaming92,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=00050000,timestamp=2019-04-27T12:26:52.404+0000) > > I played in Season 1. And Riot actually took toxic behaviour seriously. That is why they permabanned **you** :) Were is your season 1 account .?. Why don't you play from it .?. It is **gone** , isn't it .?. :p > I started playing again because a lot changed over the last 2 years. Lots of new items/item reworks, new champs, kit reworks etc I thought I'd try the game out again. Perhaps the community had matured over the last 2 years. How wrong I was. Great ... feel free to stop playing LoL again :) You think anyone will miss you .?. > And no, there is no warning on banning a pre-selected champion. Oh stop **lying** :D Here is it : http://oi65.tinypic.com/2mpn1br.jpg You are so naive that you walked right into that one :D heheheh ...
Never been perma'd. I do play my Season 1 account. But it's on NA. But yeah let me just transfer it to EUW to suit a forum troll. Oh wow. I was wrong about something I don't pay attention too. I guess I better kill myself.
: > [{quoted}](name=KinneasGaming92,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=00020000000000000002000000000000,timestamp=2019-04-27T12:27:30.794+0000) > > I don't need to edit my posts. You need to get an education. Goodbye. Guess again : > [{quoted}](name=KinneasGaming92,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=0002000000000000,timestamp=2019-04-26T16:14:17.650+0000) > > **I never claimed I wasn't in the wrong** Sure, I should pay more attention to hovered picks, but I'd rather use my pre-game time to change my runes, grab a drink/snack/use the toilet than worry about 1 of 150+ champions. > [{quoted}](name=KinneasGaming92,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=0001000000000000,timestamp=2019-04-26T16:27:57.391+0000) > > My right is to ban one of the 150+ champions in this game. I chose to ban Kayle. **I did literally nothing wrong** hohoho :D
Again, get an education you clueless troll.
Smerk (EUW)
: You're seriously overestimating amount of players that would want to wait. Did you know that blind pick is more popular than draft pick in many regions just because of longer champion select? That is not even close to 30 minutes, just 3-4 extra minutes in champion select and players aren't willing to wait. And then you're also underestimating how bad it would be without autofill. 30 minutes queue times is what you would get in lower tiers. Higher tiers would have to wait even more. And then there's no guarantee that you would get an enjoyable game. You would still have to play your secondary role quite often. And then this won't fix the case of leavers/afters, trolls, bad players etc. So in the end you would just have less chances to get a good game. And because of higher queue times players will be more frustrated when they won't get that good game after waiting for so long. And so amount of tilted players will also increase and overall quality of games will suffer even more. It's a downward spiral. More games played gives you more chances to get good game. Also you clearly didn't play before role select. You were auofilled literally every single game. Role select with autofill guarantees that you will get one of yoru two roles in 2 out of 3 games, usually even more often. It's a best kind of system right now. IF you can think of something better then speak up. But simply removing autofill won't do that.
I really don't. Every lobby I am in someone complains about autofill. Blind pick is the most toxic mode. I campaigned for it to be removed several years ago. Alas, to no avail, because Riot don't care about toxicity. Not even commenting on that second paragraph (other than to say this) because you're just plain wrong. I didn't play before role select? Except I played in both Open and Closed betas and have played on and off since. The fact of the matter is most players would be happy to wait. Also, I never said REMOVE autofill. I said there should be an option to OPT OUT. There's a HUGE difference. It would allow those of us who don't wanna be forced to play off roles on champions who don't suit those off roles to wait a few minutes longer for a lobby where we can play our preferred roles. And those of you who wanna play with a jungle main on ADC or Support can do so.
: > [{quoted}](name=KinneasGaming92,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=000200000000000000020000,timestamp=2019-04-27T12:18:05.590+0000) > > I did nothing wrong. I did what was *my right* . But I never claimed it was the right thing to do. Maybe you should start editting your posts then ... a bit too late for that though, since I quoted those parts ... :)
I don't need to edit my posts. You need to get an education. Goodbye.
: > [{quoted}](name=KinneasGaming92,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=,timestamp=2019-04-26T13:25:59.492+0000) > > I used to love this game. I'd play anywhere between 12-18 hours a day (when I could). oh, great ... > But then, everyone started making smurfs. And suddenly, **out of nowhere, this cesspit of toxicity was created** I've been in this game since season 1 and there were smurfs even back then ... and toxicity, so what on earth are you talking about ? > So, I quit. For over 2 years. Sounds good to me ... > I've been playing again for about a week. Why ? > Just now, I joined a lobby. Banned a champion and was INSTANTLY flamed because a player on my team wanted that champion. Sounds reasonable ... > I 100% ban Kayle since her rework, something I explained to my teammate, but nope. If your teammate is in first or second position he might have a shot of actually landing Kayle ... if not, *you* should dodge. *You* are the one that doesn't not like the team, *you* are the one who should depart. > I am a son of a b and should kill myself - apparently. Well, that was certainly bannable behaviour of them, but you really went asking for trouble there ... > But Jesus wept, Riot, do something about this. There needs to be much harsher punishments against these kinds of players. What else can Riot do ? Iirc it even has a warning pop-up saying that "you are about to bad a champion that one of your teammates declared" and you ignored even that ... :p
I played in Season 1. And Riot actually took toxic behaviour seriously. But now they only care about their pro players. And the fact that several of them had received permabans on multiple accounts, lifetime bans from Riot events etc, and are now pro shows that Riot doesn't care about their players and only those who can make them the most money. I started playing again because a lot changed over the last 2 years. Lots of new items/item reworks, new champs, kit reworks etc I thought I'd try the game out again. Perhaps the community had matured over the last 2 years. How wrong I was. It sounds reasonable to be flamed for making a ban? Okay - I see you're part of the problem. I shouldn't have to dodge. I can ban whichever champion I see fit. I see fit to ban Kayle until she is nerfed. I went asking for trouble? That's like saying if a girl goes out wearing revealing clothes she deserves to be raped. Riot can start actually taking toxicity seriously like they used to. Handing out proper punishments instead of just a measly chat restriction. There's several things Riot could do, but if I told you what they were you'd try and find ways around them. So I wont bother. And no, there is no warning on banning a pre-selected champion.
Aezander (EUW)
: > [{quoted}](name=KinneasGaming92,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=00020000000000000001000000000000,timestamp=2019-04-27T11:45:34.408+0000) > > Quoting it doesn't mean you read it. Remove yourself. Reading what I wrote doesn't mean you understand what I wrote, not even that you want to agree. But that doesn't make it any less valid.
You're defending someone who broke the law. I've given up reading what you have to say because it come from a place of toxicity.
: > [{quoted}](name=KinneasGaming92,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=0002000000000000,timestamp=2019-04-26T16:14:17.650+0000) > > **I never claimed I wasn't in the wrong** Sure, I should pay more attention to hovered picks, but I'd rather use my pre-game time to change my runes, grab a drink/snack/use the toilet than worry about 1 of 150+ champions. > [{quoted}](name=KinneasGaming92,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=0001000000000000,timestamp=2019-04-26T16:27:57.391+0000) > > My right is to ban one of the 150+ champions in this game. I chose to ban Kayle. **I did literally nothing wrong** Ehm ... maybe you should get your narrative straight and **then** complain .?. :p
Sigh. Perhaps you should learn the difference. I did nothing wrong. I did what was my right. But I never claimed it was the right thing to do. Remove yourself until you have a first grade education please.
Aezander (EUW)
: > [{quoted}](name=KinneasGaming92,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=000200000000000000010000,timestamp=2019-04-27T11:23:49.114+0000) > > And in that time I'm doing other things. As I have already explained. But perhaps you didn't bother reading that part. I read it, I even quoted it. But as I said, it's a flimsy justification and I explained why.
Quoting it doesn't mean you read it. Remove yourself.
Aezander (EUW)
: > [{quoted}](name=KinneasGaming92,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=00010000000000000000000000010000,timestamp=2019-04-27T11:27:14.054+0000) > > They quite literally are though. But if you can't see that then you're part of the problem and because of that, you should remove yourself. I probably am. I guess keeping this account since its creation day , Season 1, with no warnings or ban must mean I am such a toxic person. While somebody who dislikes hearing any point of view other than those that agree with his because it doesn't suit him must mean that he is a righteous person. Right ? And no. They are not defending him, they are explaining to you what you provoked with your action. Two different things.
You're defending someone who broke the law and yet I'm in the wrong. Okay. Remove yourself.
Aezander (EUW)
: No one is defending the person that told you to take your life. What is been done is criticizing your action and the repercussions it had. If you can't understand that, then that is your problem.
They quite literally are though. But if you can't see that then you're part of the problem and because of that, you should remove yourself.
brijmohan (EUW)
: 95% of lobbies... huge over exaggeration to be honest the auto-fill support game, you have the option to dodge yourself the 10 minutes queue time... if everyone did this, those who want reasonable queue times will not get it
True. It's 100% of the lobbies. I just thought I'd under play it. Yes, I can dodge. But if you continually dodge you get punished. I'm pretty sure most players would rather wait 10-15 mins for a lobby if it meant they got their preferred role rather than play a 45 minute game in a role they hate/can't play/don't have champions in, and get flamed the entire time. But let's pretend that people don't flame, everyone has every champion and everyone is a professional player in every role. Yeah, let's pretend that instead.
Aezander (EUW)
: > [{quoted}](name=KinneasGaming92,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=0002000000000000,timestamp=2019-04-26T16:14:17.650+0000) > > I never claimed I wasn't in the wrong. Sure, I should pay more attention to hovered picks, but I'd rather use my pre-game time to change my runes, grab a drink/snack/use the toilet than worry about 1 of 150+ champions. One of the flimsiest justifications, I ever laid my eyes on. Especially, since it takes but a glance to see what your team hovers over during the declaring phase. The game **obligates** you to wait for the ban phase.
And in that time I'm doing other things. As I have already explained. But perhaps you didn't bother reading that part.
Smerk (EUW)
: Unfortunately it's not a option if we want to have reasonable queue times.
And I'm sure 95% of the community would be accepting of longer queue times rather than being forced into roles and champions they are not comfortable on. I for one would rather wait half hour for a lobby than be forced to play a role I hate and a role in which I have no champions. Being forced to play a 45 minute game in a role you hate, a role you suck at, and then having to deal with the flame and toxicity that comes with the inevitable mistakes, is just demoralising and makes you not wanna queue up again. ESPECIALLY when you know you're gonna get 5 lobbies with your role, 5 people leave and BOOM back onto support.
Aezander (EUW)
: Unless the Champion in question could be 1st picked by your teammate, then no. You are not within your rights to ban a hovered champion. In a Ranked you want your teammates in their best picks, their comfort picks. What you do is reducing your own team's chances for winning by affecting their morale.
Of course I am within my rights to ban whoever I want. There is literally no rule against it. Is it shitty? Sure. Is it against the rules? No. Does it warrant being told to end my life? Hell no. The fact you are literally defending this person is disgusting. Please remove yourself.
Chrysies (EUW)
: You are truly one deranged socially inept individual, and that you are portraying yourself as a child for complaining about a problem YOU started. This thread is only existing because YOU started a problem. YOU are one of the primary reasons this game at times has high levels of toxicity, doing something idiotic and then acting like a victim because YOU lack the compresive level to play a team based game. Remove myself? I better, because this is like trying to talk sense into a brick!
You're the one who believes that the other party is correct to tell me to kill myself, and yet I am the one who is socially inept? You're honestly the kind of person who believes people deserve to be raped because of what they wear, right? You're a naturally toxic person and all you have done is show your toxicity and help prove that the League community is the worse in the history of the gaming industry. I made a ban, which I am well within my rights to do, a ban I have made 100% of the time since her rework. I get told to kill myself, and you support that action. And yet you call ME toxic?
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Chrysies (EUW)
: I honestly don't care what the person said to you, I am pointing out your massive hypocrazy about someone lashing out at you for banning their pre-selected champion! It's the mindset of a child with no ability to think logically... _Uhh look at me, this person said something bad to me after I was an asshole banning his champion, because I don't want it in MY game_
Well, I'm glad we agree that you are part of the problem with the toxicity in this game. Now remove yourself.
Chrysies (EUW)
: It's not that it has an overwhelming amount of toxic players, but an insane amount of people who can't think logically, where you are part of that problem, and everyone is acting like they are the victim, even when they start the argument.
So you agree that I should kill myself?
Player 00 (EUW)
: As a Yasuo onetrick, I can safely say that if you ban some one's champion you can expect the negative response. The attitude "I can ban whomever I wish even if you picked" is so god damn arrogant. I never get flamed in champ select, nor do I get flamed in-game. Cus I don't provoke the toxic reaction and then go cry on the forums. If I do get flamed I just mute the person and tell them to have a good night and to sleep well.
I can ban whoever I wish. And as it stands, until she get's a nerf, Kayle is 100% banned in games I am in because I'd rather not have to deal with her late game, or have someone on my team get crushed early because they don't realise she's still weak AF pre level 16. It's not arrogance, it's experience. There's 150+ other champions to select and you're gonna cry because I banned one of those 150+ in a singular game? Do you get into game and flame the opposition of they ban away your champion? It's the EXACT same thing. I don't look at who wants who, because I'm not at my PC during champ select. I make my ban, get snacks/drinks/use the toilet. But no, I should kill myself for making a ban and apparently the majority of the community agrees that the person breaking the law is correct and I am in the wrong. As I just told Chrysies, thank you for proving that this community is the WORST in the HISTORY of gaming.
Chrysies (EUW)
: Actually you did see it (per your op), you just ignored it because you think you are in the right, and they are in the wrong. I know for a fact that you don't inspect _**the player**_ before banning their pick, which as I've said far to many times already, creates animosity toward you, and it can quickly escalate in-game, something you seem rather oblivious toward also. It's a selfish and utterly stupid reason saying you don't want Kayle in your games (because it isn't _**your**_ game), just because you don't know how something works, doesn't mean you have the right to be a total asshole.
The only thing I am going to say in reply to this toxicity, is thank you. Thank you for continually backing up my claim that League of Legends has the WORST community in the HISTORY of gaming. Remove yourself.
Chrysies (EUW)
: Think what you want, it makes no difference to me. You ban a pre-selected champion which there are no "laws" against, then come on forums complaining that you got verbally abused because** your ** action created animosity. You are in fact just proving my point in every reply so far.
I didn't see the player had pre-selected it because as I have said, I pay no attention. But you seemingly fail to grasp that concept. That's where I went wrong. The fact you AGREE that the player cursing my out and telling me to END MY LIFE, was in the right, shows what a toxic person you are and are in fact part of the problem. Remove yourself from this post.
Chrysies (EUW)
: Honestly I don't have any respect or admiration for Riots rules, because Riot is far to inconsistent about them! Firstly, 'your right' to be a douchebag toward a team member?- what right are you talking about.. This is a team based game, grieving someone which this can be categorised as is starting animosity, so don't be surprised when someone lashes out at you. Secondly, going on forums for something you yourself start makes you look sad and childish, whether or not Riot has a rule about verbal abuse.
My right is to ban one of the 150+ champions in this game. I chose to ban Kayle. I did literally nothing wrong. The fact you are defending someone telling me to end my life proves you are part of the problem. You can politely remove yourself from this thread now that you've shown your toxic nature.
: Not sure how it came to this, but no you shouldn't. Just don't ban hovered champions and you'll be fine
Then I fail to see why you're defending the other person. I never claimed I wasn't in the wrong. Sure, I should pay more attention to hovered picks, but I'd rather use my pre-game time to change my runes, grab a drink/snack/use the toilet than worry about 1 of 150+ champions. I have banned Kayle in 100% of the games I have played since her rework (unless someone else bans her first). It's nothing against those who want to play her, I just don't want her in my games. On my team or against me, and I am well within my rights to ban her. Regardless of her being hovered or not. But, for me to be told to kill myself and then to have people tell me I'm in the wrong, that simply supports my claim that in 20 years of being a gamer, this is the WORST community I've had the displeasure of being a part of.
: If you ban someone's hovered champion, don't cry later on the forums if he/she trolls your game Banning someone's hovered champion is pretty toxic aswell :)
So, I should kill myself?
Chrysies (EUW)
: This is a 2-way street (the way I see it anyway). Yes, Riot does not have any stance toward players banning a team mates pre-selected champion, but acting as if you have the higher ground morally after doing this, makes you no better than the person unloading on you! Banning a specific champion won't magically secure you a win, since every person playing a given champion, is different from the next. I would in fact say you are worse than the person unloading on you, because you first ban a pre-selected champion, then go on forums as if you were assaulted for no reason. Here is a little tip that goes a long way, don't be a %%%% towards others, and stop thinking that 1 champion out of 150+ will be the difference between you winning and losing a game.
Is it really though? Is it really. One is doing something that is within my rights (though if pre-selected is pretty dubious), and one is literally breaking the law. (Telling someone to self harm is considered a crime where I live). I already acknowledged that my banning of Kayle when it was pre-selected was pretty asshatty. But I also don't focus on pre-selected picks because, for the umpteenth time, I don't stare at my screen during champion select. I make my ban, then grab a drink/snack/run to the loo. The fact there are people literally defending this person is the reason the toxicity in this community is ever increasing. Yes, one champion ISN'T going to magically win the game, but by and large, it can make a huge difference for numerous reasons. But sure, let's pretend my banning of 1 of 150+ champions warrants being told to end my life.
: _I don't pay attention to 'intended picks'_ ... that behavior seems more toxic than flame to me. You can mute flamer, you can't do anything when a teammate bans your champ
It's hardly toxic. I agree it's not being the best teammate I could be, but I don't want Kayle in my games right now, so I ban her then grab a drink/snack/use the toilet. But, sure, let's act as though banning your preferred champion is more toxic than telling someone to end their life.
Yraco (EUW)
: To be fair, if an ally has pointed out that they want a champion in chat or by clicking intended pick, you probably shouldn't ban an ally's pick, unless sometimes if they're last pick with nobody to secure an extremely popular pick for them. I don't think you should've banned Kayle at all unless they didn't indicate their champion. They did go way over the top in their reaction, however, and deserve to be punished. Reporting them through the in-game system should've worked to get them at least a 14 day ban; perhaps you should check their username to see if they've played after that game, and report it to Riot if they aren't punished for literally telling someone to end their life.
I don't disagree entirely. But, since her rework she's been the champion I ban 100%. I don't pay attention to 'intended picks' as I'm usually using pregame time for the toilet, or grabbing a drink. Yes, that's wrong of me, but it's not against the rules and it's never intended to be toxic/trolling. Oh, I did report them after the game, but as we all know, Riot only cares about the 1%. I sent a message to Riot, with screenshot evidence of a different player telling me to 'slit my wrists' a few days ago and that account has gone entirely unpunished.
: > [{quoted}](name=KinneasGaming92,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=00000000,timestamp=2019-04-26T13:39:17.191+0000) > > And here we have a perfect example of why this kind of toxicity festers. > > I am perfectly within my right to ban whomever I wish during champion select. And since her rework, Kayle has been the champion I ban. I am not in the wrong in the slightest. If you can't be nice, don't do anything at all.
> [{quoted}](name=The Godkarther,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=000000000000,timestamp=2019-04-26T13:41:03.569+0000) > > If you can't be nice, don't do anything at all. https://boards.euw.leagueoflegends.com/en/c/player-behaviour-en/Vwlz8ElE-am-i-allowed-to-mock-players-in-vc-after-i-invite-them-to-a-lobby You can politely remove yourself now.
: yea well you shouldn't have banned it
> [{quoted}](name=The Godkarther,realm=EUW,application-id=NzaqEm3e,discussion-id=p8uiHVQ1,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2019-04-26T13:36:04.308+0000) > > yea well you shouldn't have banned it And here we have a perfect example of why this kind of toxicity festers. I am perfectly within my right to ban whomever I wish during champion select. And since her rework, Kayle has been the champion I ban. I am not in the wrong in the slightest.
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: If the mail didn't arrive at all, that's a problem, but a mail arriving within minutes isn't guaranteed with anti-spam measures such as greylisting out there (recieving mail server says "not available, try again later" and then remembers that attempt to let it through if the sending mailserver retries later, which spam servers hardly ever do) . And a mail address you don't control is a bit problematic, since technically the mail adres owner I think might be able to take your account away from you. If it's at a free mail service such as gmail, maybe you could create an e-mail address of your own at the same service?
The mail hadn't arrived in close to 2 hours before I used my friends e-mail. The e-mail address I tried to use is brand new as I set it up to link all my gaming accounts to it. My frustration was that I was unable to play for those couple of hours. I've since swapped the e-mail back to the new one so I should have full control.
LiAuN (EUW)
: don't think so you just have to open it up somewhere where you aren't logged on and it asks for your contact email there i just tried it out and you can totally send a ticket
I tried and it kept saying I needed a verified e-mail account. But I can play so I'm not worried now.
LiAuN (EUW)
: question if you still haven't gotten to play did you make sure you are sending it to the correct email? if you can't i would suggest contacting riot support and trying from there
I used a friends e-mail and it let me play. I don't know why my e-mail didn't work. It's stupid and dumb. I cannot contact support because you need to be a verified account to do that.
: Email Verification Issues.
I've now been waiting for the verification e-mail for more than 1 hour. I just want to play some LoL but I can't. This is so frustrating. Please someone help.
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