Originally Posted by OmySpy
but say you wanted to play ARAM (or another custom gametype) against your friend on the other team. You can't get this set up in normal matchmaking, it has to be done in custom, but you also need other people to play with you. Often these strangers don't say a whole lot in the lobby, and many times you'll take anyone you can get in order to get a full game. If you tried to get to know everyone in your lobby before the game so you could pick and choose who you like, you'd never get to play.
It's just being lazy then. You have access to the player's profiles, and can easily talk to them to find out what they're like, and people are free to leave the game as they please. These are the advantages of custom games, and the qualities that matchmaking lacks, which is what the tribunal is suppose to counterbalance and why it exists.
The creator of a custom game can be reported, even if his intention is creating a match where the summoner's code doesn't apply. This shouldn't be the case. Do you think otherwise?
It's my opinion that these are private
matches, and should be treated as such when it comes to the report feature, especially in the case of a game where private servers are not allowed.
Imagine if people could be reported in World of Warcraft or Everquest for vulgarity in the guilds they created by random people who have just joined the guild, and have disciplinary action taken against their account. Does that seem right?