Originally Posted by Getsuei
Care to list a few of them? The only one I can see is this:
My argument to this: Riot thinks the community should judge what is and is not acceptable. When the majority of the community thinks that what you did was wrong and is punish worhty, then it was not just one person.
Can you link some more so I can see if I can refute them or /bow my head at somethings that I can not answer?
Edit: Found another one:
You failed to research it, since the Tribunal quit rewarding IP awhile ago. And adapting to specific terms is what you do in every game that you have to accept a EULA, ToS, etc. Why is this one different? The other spam punish is a feeling you have, rather than a fact, so I will ignore that.
They are all clearly listed in this thread. What you have said about Riot thinking the community should judge has already been presented, and I have already responded to how that is not the case. It's on page 4 of this thread. They don't let the community 'judge', they set very specific guidelines that you HAVE to judge by, and if you don't then they have a report that comes back that tells you that you aren't 'judging' (which is supposed to be up to you on what IS and ISN't punished....right?) correctly, and shows an accuracy report telling you how much you have supposedly judged 'wrongly' (notice, there is apparently a wrong way, even though it's supposed to be up to the community to make the decision.). So yes, I do have a problem with the current system that basically tells you the power has been given to the 'community' to make the choice, yet regulates and forces you to 'judge' how they want everything to be judged, which again, is 'punish punish punish' no matter how slight or minuscule the offense or they will take away your 'right' to judge cases altogether!! It's laughable that that they actually even try to uphold this and think that people don't see what they are doing!!
Also I did not fail to research it. I am going off of what the 'community' thinks. That is what I have heard from everyone in pregame lobbies, ingame, and in chat and so that is what I assumed to be the case. If I assume it to be the case, and other players assume it to be the case, then I assume most of your people judging on the Tribunal probably assume it to be the case too and still think they are getting rewarded with IP.
As for the EULA thing and agreeing to the T&C's, as I stated this is the only game I have ever been suspended or punished in. So, as I stated, it is different from every other game in how they try to manage and punish people and so, yes, there will be an extended amount of time it takes for people, including me, to learn that you just can't say anything in chat AT ALL.... and that if a teammate is being malicious, asking them to even stop, LET ALONE trying to get them to come to an understanding with you is not what you should do or you'll end up getting punished too.....So how is that for teamwork and community building? You have to learn that there IS a chat function, yet you BETTER NOT use it, for ANYTHING or you will end up getting punished. Sounds pretty ass backwards to me.