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The majority pardoned, yet I can not understand why. This guy openly admits to trolling and bashes his teammates verbally, yet for some reason the majority of people who reviewed this case think that's ok for LoL. Even in game 3, he says "surrender or I afk". How was this a pardon!?
This Justice Review really sheds some light on how this system does not work for some cases out there.
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But this thread (http://na.leagueoflegends.com/board/showthread.php?t=2578828) should clarify. Lyte (and team PB&J) will be looking at the cases moving forward. They will be tweaking things because, among other things, they feel the current community is too lenient.
In my opinion, I think that there are just too large of fluctuations in the majority opinion (I have cases that are more borderline than the above that were majority punish, so the system isn't simply failing on all cases). I am hoping that a clearer set of guidelines are drafted as a consequence of the new tribunal. Consequently, I would suggest that you ignore your current score and vote according to how you've been voting until some new guidelines are posted. Do not become too lenient just to raise your score in the tribunal (I also ask this as a member of the player base ).