Originally Posted by 800eloPubtrash
Riot's just too lazy, and don't listen to the bs argument of "the worst player will be harassed to leave" because the worst player tends to be harassed anyway.
I also wish they would take into account how being forced to stay for games that really aren't playable can lead to toxic behavior from players who really might not show much otherwise.
Think about someone with a busy schedule who can really only find time for two games in a week. First game guy gets into there's an extremely early d/c, it could even be a rage as the player was not doing so well. Now that guy has to just stick with the game, even though it's completely unfair, no fun, and just a time sink at that point. Lets consider he has to put up with the usual trolling, folks talking **** about how much they're destroying the undermanned team, the undermanned team raging, etc etc. The usual.
Now with that waste of time finally out of their way, and lets even consider they couldn't surrender at all because of one player just wanting more kills, or not caring, or what have you, they sit down to play one more, their last for a while.
All it takes is a tiny spark to ignite the heck out of that poor guy, and with how we can expect to be trolled by at least one player a game in nearly every game at this point, chances are working against him. It won't even have to be anything too major, point is that the player was extremely unfairly agitated and not even by an actual game.
Heck think of how much toxicity, trolling, rage, every negative thing that just comes out in d/c games. The only people happy in a d/c game are the ones rushing 4 mans with 5 and walking out with easy aces every time, behavior itself that should be considered negative as hell and toxic.
What? Abusing unfair advantages that shouldn't normally occur in a game shouldn't be considered bad behavior? You must be joking.
Just think of how much **** could be outright avoided with such a system. Heck, I know if I even just had one free game leave a week without threat of getting in trouble for it, I could have avoided a great majority of my run ins.