Originally Posted by Goth Skunk
These two points ought to have no bearing at all on your judgment. Toxic behaviour is unacceptable, whether the instigator is in a Bot game or a ranked game, whether they're level 3 or level 30.
Additionally, the enemy champions and their builds have no direct impact on the person being accused. Such information is irrelevant.
This, on the other hand, would be nice. However, in cases where a player is intentionally feeding, they only need to be smacked once by an enemy while running head first into a tower in order for it to be classified as a Kill as opposed to an Execution.
You wouldn't judge a low level summoner game with inexperienced players differently than one with pro players? I think there is a reason why tryd dominates low level games. There are over 100 champions in league now and to expect a new player to know all of them is insane. Tryds ult is a perfect example of this, a new player may die to him multiple times in a game before they figure it out. My girlfriend died to a tryd multiple times, and she even made me watch the replay because she couldn't understand why she wasn't dying. Yes her team was yelling at her.
There should be some way whether it is summer level, number of games played, elo, or something else in order to determine the players experience / skill level.
Saying toxic is toxic regardless of any other factors, like the player not understanding the enemy champions mechanics due to being new an inexperienced, does not help explain why this information should not be added. Was my GF being toxic by not knowing the how tryds mechanics work? Should she not play when I am not around to look over her shoulder and explain how the game works?