Originally Posted by Lyte
Tribunal reviewers are encouraged to punish if they even see 1 incident that is worth punishing--that is what they are supposed to do. For a player to even get into the Tribunal they have to have received dozens or hundreds of reports by players that are 'neutral' or 'positive' in the community. The Tribunal system is designed to be extremely conservative and give the benefit of the doubt to the player and always, always avoid false punishes.
I don't mean to derail the thread, as I know it's about pro player bans and not the tribunal in general - but you just contradicted yourself in the same paragraph.
First you say players should punish if they see even one case of toxicity
because of the player needing dozens or hundreds of reports to get in to the Tribunal. These are cases we, the people judging the case
, can't see and therefore should not be relevant to the case..
Then you go on to say that the system is designed to be, "Extremely conservative".
How is judging cases on evidence we can't see in any way being, "Extremely conservative?"