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New Tribunal not showing report category on review

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WeezelD

Recruiter

09-15-2012

After you review your justice cases, it only shows whether they were ally or enemy reported. I doesn't show *why* they were reported. So if you're trying to see what you did wrong in your judgement, you aren't sure.


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Rigelina

Senior Member

09-15-2012

According to the guidelines, the reported offense isn't necessarily the reason you chose to punish. See also this post from Lyte:

http://na.leagueoflegends.com/board/showthread.php?p=28134780#post28134780

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Generally, players should punish if they see behaviors that are inappropriate--regardless of what the reported player was reported for.


Or, from the guidelines (bolding taken from a post on this page http://na.leagueoflegends.com/board/showthread.php?t=2578605&page=2):

Quote:
10. Focus on the reported player and Understand the system

Sometimes a player who is reported isn't the worst offender in the case/chatlog. Remember who is being accused before passing judgment on the case. If the reported player is bad, but not the worst, they should still be punished. If they don't deserve punishment but there was another offender in the case, don't punish the accused player. If the player doesn't deserve punishment for the reported reason ( i.e. "excessive time spent idle&quot, but they still had an offensive name or used abusive language, they might still be subject to punishment. Remember that "punish" constitutes your verdict that the reported player’s actions were outside the scope of positive, competitive gameplay – it does not represent your request to have Riot Games evaluate that report, or every player in it, as a whole. Based on your determination, Riot Games will only be taking action, if any, against the particular reported player.


Consequently, it shouldn't really matter what the reported reasons were, should it?


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