Originally Posted by GimmeYoPeaches
I have no emails from LoL saying anything warning me, telling me I've been banned, or whatever else. And how can you take the view that disconnects and leaving are the same thing? Where do the two totally different things conjoin? On one hand you have you consciously leaving for whatever reason. On the other hand, you have something that is completely out of your hands and cannot help. It's beyond silly to punish a player for a factor out of his or her control.
I can understand if my internet was cutting out continuously that you'd ban me to be fair to the other players, but when the case is that my ISP experiences problems, I shouldn't get punished.
Furthermore, the fact that I left other games before should be disregarded. They were for separate reasons, and I paid my dues and learned my lesson, being a new player and all.
One of my biggest points is the legal system followed on this game is very twisted, and I don't know if you were going for a more socialist legal system or not, due to the fact that this is a globally played game and it wouldn't feel right to be more Americanized, but, regardless, it is unjust, not just to me. There needs to be an appeal system so players have a voice towards whatever is making decisions against them, tribunal, leaverbuster, or whatever be it.
First of all.. WTF is thisXD? "Socialist" LOLOLOL. Alright sorry going to get serious now.
This logic would be fine in a single player game, but as it has already been explained multiple times, this is a game where everything you do affects anywhere between 4-9 other players at any given time. What you are doing is over generalizing how the banning system works. If lets say you "dc'd" once every month, lever buster and the tribunal is not too likely to pick up on your activity. If you dc 10 times in one day, I believe leaver buster will get you unless the system has changed to be more lenient. Do you get the drift? Minor events are almost always never banned for (trust me with my dc, or lag, or updates that restart my laptop I would know since I've played since pre season 1). However high activity in a short amount of time, or alot of consecutive minor activity will get you. Pretty simple, and easy to abide by.
Just remember the game isn't about I, its about the community.
Separate reasons? Why would that matter? It's like going into work late everyday for a month and giving a different reason (true, valid, or neither) and expecting it not to count. Whether in America or otherwise: generally the system will objectively then take care of you (job will fire you, school will require summer school for time missed and inability to pass class among other requirements, etc). League of Legends is no different. Now things could suck, like your dog's stomach might have exploded and you had to rush him to the hospital, but that 1 incident does not and will not get you banned, versus all the times you dc'd whether your fault or not, or left for lesser reasons.
Legal System? This is where you lost me and horrendously. Any game that would try to follow a legal system semi-verbatim to any current national one implemented at this very moment, would most likely never get anything done. And for alot of the the things people want to argue about (as we seen when horrible players try to argue their point), even when Riot "plays along" there has never been a serious incident in this case where they had any ground to defend themselves. They always leave out they said racial slurs, or antagonized their team mates, or whatever because they think so inwardly and so little of how they are with others they can't see anything wrong with their attitude.
Also for all of those things (tribunal, leaverbuster, or so on) you can email support at riot games. And you can try to argue whatever cause you think you were "unjustly" punished for.