i also love being treated as a third rate citizen for one punishment in 6 years
i literally couldn't be arsed to give a shit about the hextech loot systém, what i could give a shit about however is the fact i can't play a fairly fun competitive mode with my irl friends because of 3 reports in 3 games over the span of a week
but i guess it's real easy to judge others when you're standing on your moral high ground with your reddit alt
I've been playing online games for 15 years, and I've never been banned / chat restricted in any game. I know people who have been, but they deserved it.
So yes, out of experience, I've never seen undeserved bans happen to any one, but I've seen plenty of people complain on forums about "unjust" bans. It turned out they were straight up lying.
Also considering the level of toxicity in LoL, it's safe to assume most people get away with trash talking. It means you have to have a very bad behaviour to end up with a ban.
So yeah, I'll keep judging on my "moral high ground".
People are too sensitive and you are part of the problem. You haven't got a moral highground at all, you are pathetic and probably struggle to deal with any confrontation.
You realize the moral high ground was referring to the comment I answered to ? That's the term he used to describe people who don't sympathize with people like him who got banned and can't get their honor up again.
That's some next level psychological analysis you offer there. Going from my comment to "pathetic and struggle to deal with confrontation". Did you read that shit on a box of cereal ?
Anyway, no, complaining about toxic behaviour is not about being too senstive, nor being afraid of confrontation Freud. It's about being a respectful human being, as you have to be everywhere else in your life. Don't do something online that you wouldn't do in person.