Originally Posted by Futurecat
I'm not trying to excuse behavior like arguing with a teammate all game long.
I'm saying Lyte and Riot in general need to tone down their standards of good behavior just a bit. Not all the way. There are some real true bona fide jerks that play this game.
But there is a LOT of collateral damage going on in Tribunal right now. Good people getting reported and punished for tiny offenses, to the point where I am literally afraid to type in chat during games because the slightest mistake will get you "punished" if you get reported.
I'm tired of this culture of paranoia and punishment. Just tone it down some, that's all I ask.
The community is who is setting the bar, not Riot. We are judging the behavior, and quite frankly, we want positive people in our games, not negative ones. I can't tell you how nice it is when I get into a game and people are having fun, laughing, and actually being helpful when mistakes are made.
I'm open to learning if I screw something up, but I'm going to get really ticked if I make a mistake and someone starts reaming me over and over for it the rest of the game.
As long as you're not attacking other players and you're actively playing the game to win, you're good and the Tribunal won't affect you at all. Bonus points if you actually try to help the less skilled players out (I'm one of the few people out there currently running a blue "Helpful" ribbon because I don't just leave people in the dark).