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Do you think we should be able to see the players level in the tribunal cases?

Yes 12 75%
No 4 25%
Voters 16 .

Do you think seeing players levels in tribunal cases might help?

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CryingChrona

Junior Member

09-20-2012

When I go through cases in the tribunal and see someone who is reported for "Intentionally Feeding" I usually wonder if he actually did. Sure, I would look at his K/D/A and the chat, but I wonder if it's just a lower level person maybe trying out a new champ and is just not verifying it in chat.
What do you guys think?


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Exploding Barrel

Senior Member

09-20-2012

I don't think it would hurt anything to display this, but I wouldn't ever care about it either. I only punish for feeding if one of these is true:

- The item build is blatantly trolling (all boots, all zeals, all wards, etc)
- The person admits to it in chat
- The death count is on the verge of mathematically impossible, based on the game time.

Even if people are high level, just being bad or learning a new champion isn't punishable.


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Gonzodamus

Senior Member

09-20-2012

Quote:
Exploding Barrel:
I only punish for feeding if one of these is true:

- The item build is blatantly trolling (all boots, all zeals, all wards, etc)
- The person admits to it in chat
- The death count is on the verge of mathematically impossible, based on the game time.

Even if people are high level, just being bad or learning a new champion isn't punishable.


Quoted for truth.

I do think showing the levels could hurt though, as people may be harsher or more lenient based on level instead of behavior, which should be the sole indicator.


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PorpoiseAlert

Member

09-20-2012

I've often found myself wanting this. I'm not going to hit Punish on a level 2 who built more than one set of boots, but I will probably hit it on a level 30.


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Magus Crow

Senior Member

09-20-2012

Quote:
Exploding Barrel:
I don't think it would hurt anything to display this, but I wouldn't ever care about it either. I only punish for feeding if one of these is true:

- The item build is blatantly trolling (all boots, all zeals, all wards, etc)
- The person admits to it in chat
- The death count is on the verge of mathematically impossible, based on the game time.

Even if people are high level, just being bad or learning a new champion isn't punishable.

This.


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JohnnyOmega

Senior Member

09-20-2012

One problem that could come up is the possibility of creating favorable bias towards smurf accounts made by players who know that what they're doing is bad.


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Pissfer

Recruiter

09-20-2012

As much as it could help, I do agree that it shouldn't matter much. Also, if you have a sub-level 15 in a game with a bunch of 30s, they probably got there because they queued with them (I'm basically saying that the levels should be similar unless premades happened)


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