Guide to Getting Ranked in the Tribunal

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SlitYourWrist

Member

02-03-2013

How to get ranked in the Tribunal: Spam punish votes.

http://imgur.com/a/QZOYG#0

More verification of Summoner Name (by request):
http://i.imgur.com/Khqq7AA.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/tRAJ85N.jpg

This morning, I logged into one of my accounts today to check on my Tribunal stats and discovered that one of several auto-punish experiments finally paid off. To my delight, after 756 consecutive Punish votes, one account has officially joined the ranks of Riot's official top 1000 Tribunal judges. Currently, I am the 956th highest ranked member of the Tribunal in North America after having read exactly 0 cases and having used a macro program to automate the voting process while I'm not even at my computer.

For those wanting proof, please see the above linked Imgur album containing screenshots not only of my Justice Review stats, but also of my voting record for my last 400 cases (note: Imgur is **** and managed to double upload some images).

I make this post knowing full well that any marginally competent Riot employee can identify the account and ban it. However, in taking this (small) risk, I am demonstrating how much of the sham the Tribunal is, and how automated bot and troll voting can not only affect the outcomes of hundreds of cases, but even be recognized by Riot as one of the "best" judges in the entire system. The fact that I have roughly 82% accuracy without having read a single case is a sad attestation to the incompetence permeating the Tribunal system at all levels, from engineering to oversight.


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Exploding Barrel

Senior Member

02-03-2013

You'd seem interesting have actual intelligent conversation with. But until you can do it without a summoner name encouraging suicide and devoting most of your posts around here to disrupting discussions and calling people f*ggots, I'm gonna downvote your threads.


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Fudouri

Senior Member

02-03-2013

Don't know why you made two threads, but figured I can use this one to talk about your conclusion.

Why do you feel your accuracy rate says anything about the Tribunal system?
Accuracy rate means nothing without context. Hitting a baseball at .400 is crazy good. Shooting a basketball at .400 is pretty bad. Passing a football at .400 is horrendous.

I ask since you seem relatively logical in terms of using my data to actually discuss your results.


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SlitYourWrist

Member

02-03-2013

Looks like they opened the other thread back up after having locked it

http://na.leagueoflegends.com/board/...3080876&page=8

EDIT: Aaaaand it's locked again.


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Exploding Barrel

Senior Member

02-03-2013

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Originally Posted by SlitYourWrist View Post
Looks like they opened the other thread back up after having locked it

http://na.leagueoflegends.com/board/...3080876&page=8
Nah, sometimes threads kinda waver on the edge of enough downvotes to lock. It's weird.


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Fudouri

Senior Member

02-03-2013

too bad, i thought its a super interesting conversation to have.


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Geleh

Member

02-03-2013

SlitYourWrist,
You lost much time for nothing
Of course most of the cases are legitimate and require punishment, your autospamming experience only shows that the reports people do are right (you're not the only one voting you know)
People gain NOTHING from participating in the tribunal, so most of the people that use it (including me) have good behavior and truly want to help the community.


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Riverstyx201

Senior Member

02-03-2013

What exactly are you trying to prove here? All I see is what we all already knew. ~80% of all Tribunal cases get punished. Considering you need quite lot of reports to end up in Tribunal in the first place, most of the people are there for a reason. In fact, I'm quite surprised the number isn't even higher.


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Ridcully8

Senior Member

02-03-2013

ITT we learn that the algorithm for getting into tribunal is at least 80% accurate!


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Fudouri

Senior Member

02-03-2013

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Originally Posted by Ridcully8 View Post
ITT we learn that the algorithm for getting into tribunal is at least 80% accurate!
Not true. We actually have no way of telling how high false positive numbers are.