Man I tried the tribunal and went through and really tried to follow the guide lines. I pardoned about seven and punished eleven. The majority of the community agreed with me on EVERY SINGLE punish yet only one of seven pardons did the community agree with me.
I took into account the fact that some people were disrespected first then retaliated and pardoned that.
Maybe I just have thick skin because I grew up in a tough environment and went to the military and then war. Things don't hurt my feelings so when someone said, "Don't be a dumbass" or "You failed" or something similar and only said it once or twice I just pardoned it. Things that I punished were constant harassment of at least 4+ attacks or especially if the other player asked them to please stop and they continued. I also pardoned if it was back and forth harassment because both people were the problem. Any really offensive words (you know what they are) used excessively I also punished. I never punish feeding because it is too hard to tell if they are just not good or if they intentionally feed. Being bad at a game shouldn't be punished.
So, I'm thinking these statistics will probably hold true and maybe I should just punish anyone who says anything remotely offensive to anyone ever who might have thin skin.
Am I the only one who thinks people just smash that report button on anyone who might criticize their playing or insult them in the slightest way when their team loses? I've tried to help people improve by telling them what to buy, where to go, and how to engage and I usually get, "Don't tell me how to play N00B." People now just can't accept that they may be doing something wrong,,,
What ever happened to sticks and stones?
I'm sure I'll get down-voted because I have an opinion that doesn't mirror all the people who are offended easily but, if you're going to down vote my honesty then have the guts to say why in your reply.
I'd say that and your hyper-confrontational attitude are the biggest reasons I think this is a troll post and would downvote you.