Originally Posted by SylianEUW
"The fun of the many outweigh the fun of the few."
If champion x increases the fun for one person with 5 y, but decreases the fun for everyone in the enemy team with 5 y per person, because that champion is too powerful, then it seems logical to conclude that champion x shouldn't be played, since it decreases the overall fun. Unless you want to claim that person z has a higher claim to fun than anyone else.
I suppose that means that some people will have slightly less fun, but overall it will lead to more fun. Jayce will probably soon be nerfed, so I foresee him being less of a problem than Kassadin.
I claim that this leads to people doing nothing. You want to say something? Can't, there are people on whose fun it intrudes. You want to play well? Can't, there are people on whose fun it intrudes. No reading books, since there'll be someone finding any book or author objectionable, and who is dismayed by /anyone/ reading that book.
This is not slippery slope, or even taking something to its logical conclusion, it's something that is ongoing and happening everywhere.
This is a game. This is a matter of game balance.
A player should take responsibility for his own fun, when it comes to decisions concerning these balance issues, and should only bring up these issues with themselves or with Riot, not with players who are playing the game provided them.
This is not a case of someone valuing their fun over others in the same manner as trolling, or being verbally abusive, when they find these things fun. I find the constant posts along these lines who seem to make this connection to be morally questionable themselves, as they try to police the fun and choices other players get to make by saying "I am hurt by your decision."
They aren't the same. It's a game. The champion pool consists of a large part of the "Rules" of the game.
Got issues with that? Take them up with Riot, play the champions yourselves, or stop playing the game.
Bringing up the issue to inhibit the fun
other players have is morally questionable. To outright condemn them for choosing to play a certain character in a video game? It's not questionable, it's morally despicable.
An argument could be made for people who choose to play a champion because
they'd be less fun for their team/opposing team, but when you pick a champion because you like winning and/or having fun yourself, it's legit.
Everything else is pure bull****. Stop trying to pull it.