: @Riot For the love of god please start clash earlier.
Keep in mind that when it's 9pm in New Zealand, it's also 4pm in Western Australia (a time at which many people might still be at work). The time that clash is set for is chosen in a way to best accommodate everyone in the region, but unfortunately with the wide array of timezones to cover not everyone is going to get an ideal time for them.
Essembie (OCE)
: Blue essence emporium Nov 2019
I just did some checking into the patch notes for other regions, and based on the fact that Japan (GMT+9) lists it as 26th, while Garena (GMT +8) lists it as 25th, I think it's safe to assume that the Essence Emporium will be available at about 3am AEDT (GMT +11). Generally speaking, it's fairly safe to assume the date *after* what's stated for things being released if it's not clear if the date/time has been localised for OCE/Aus, as you'll either be pleasantly surprised or right on the correct date.
: So i got banned.
In order to appeal the punishment, you'll need to submit a ticket to [Support](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/requests/new) (use the "Discuss a personal suspension or restriction" option). The Support agent will manually review the case and determine if there's a valid reason for reducing or removing the punishment, which will only happen if the punishment was issued in error. Having looked through the logs, I'd say that GreenAbsinthe covered the problematic elements of the logs fairly well. Things like insulting and tearing down other players, giving up, and a consistent negative attitude are things that can result in action being taken. Without the context of your history (primarily punishments you've previously received) I doubt anyone can give you an idea of whether you do have a case for reduction/removal (I'd still recommend submitting the appeal to Support).
: Honor level reset
This certainly sounds weird. Honour shouldn't drop at all without a punishment being issued. Quick question, is your honour currently locked? You';ll be able to check by looking at your profile, as it should show a lock icon on your honour if it is. I would certainly recommend submitting a ticket to [Support](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/requests/new) (I'd recommend the "Account management, data requests, or deletion" option) and hopefully they'll be able to resolve the issue for you.
: Please add timezone datelines
I'm a bit confused as to what you mean by "adding a timezone time" in this context. As far as I'm aware, both the patch notes and in the client gave specific dates/times with the relevant timezone (which is always AEDT/AEST for OCE), and from that it's not particularly difficult to figure out what that means in *your* local timezone (you could calculate the difference, or just use a search engine such as Google to find a time zone converter). Dates and times are usually localised, and usually also have the appropriate timezone attached.
Muz (OCE)
: Perma ban appeal
If you want to appeal the punishment, you'll need to submit a ticket to [Support](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/requests/new) (use the "Discuss a personal restriction or suspension" option). They'll manually review the case and determine if the ban was made in error, and possibly reduce/remove the punishment based on that. Looking at the chat logs provided, I seriously doubt you'd be able to successfully appeal the punishment. There is a consistent negative behaviour, primarily using directed insults, even using certain terms that are taken more seriously (such as "retard" and "cu-nt"). The bottom line is that these logs would definitely result in some kind of punishment, whether that punishment would be a perma-ban would depend on your history, primarily if you had previously received a 14-day ban (if you haven't, you should have a reasonable case for a reduction). To be clear, Riot's systems work on the premise that toxic behaviour isn't acceptable *full-stop*, meaning someone else breaking the rules doesn't give you leave to do the same. You are judged on your own behaviour (not the behaviour of others), and held accountable to that.
Diablo16 (OCE)
If you believe you've been falsely punished, you should appeal by sending a ticket to [Support](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/requests/new) (use the "Discuss a personal suspension or restriction" option). The Support agent will manually review the case and determine if the punishment was made in error, and possibly reduce/remove the punishment based on that. The standard progression for chat-related punishments is chat restrictions (10-game then 25-game) then bans (14-day then permanent). If you've skipped any of those punishments, it may be the result of behaviour that generally results in escalation, such as racism, homophobia, suicide encouragement etc. Without further context (such as the chat logs) you probably wont be able to get any feedback from the boards.
: got banned for 14 days for chat misconduct 1st offence in years
Depending on your specific history you may have received a 14-day ban from continued negative behaviour that wasn't severe enough to trigger a punishment but that still slowed down the process of dropping punishment tiers (though possibly unlikely), and it's also possible that specific aspects of the case resulted in an escalation past a chat restriction to a 14-day ban, such as use of "no-tolerance" language (racism, sexism, homophobia, suicide encouragement etc). Without more details, such as the chat logs relevant to the ban, no one here will be able to provide detailed context on that. If you believe you've been falsely punished, you can appeal the ban by submitting a ticket to [Support](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/requests/new) (use the "Discuss a personal suspension or restriction" option), and the case will be manually reviewed.
: So, Senna's release date
The [9.22 patch notes for OCE](https://oce.leagueoflegends.com/en/news/game-updates/patch/patch-922-notes) state that Senna will be released on the 11th November. I did some checking into other regions patch notes and, if I'm not mistaken, she should be available between 2-8am AEDT.
: URF is a toxic mode that promotes negativity and envelopes itself with an unfun aura.
Personally, I've had no issues with this "enforced meta" you're referring to. Other than Quinn and Valor, I've not played the same champ twice, and I've been trying to go for picks I wouldn't normally consider (Kled, Sejuani, Diana, Soraka, for example). I've also seen a *lot* of variety in the champions that others have picked in those games, even though certain champs do tend to be more popular (\*cough\* Yuumi \*cough\*). I've not had anyone get upset by people not "going top level one", or for calling a lane, or for picking decent/mediocre/terrible champs. I've also had no issues with people dodging *after* enemy champs were revealed, and very few instances of dodging to begin with. Honestly, in my experience, this iteration of URF seems to one of the healthiest, if not *the* healthiest, to date (including ARURF to be clear).
nedyoyo11 (OCE)
: Thank you so much I have already changed the password to the league account and ill be sure to change the password for my gmail being used and get a better virus scan and to contact support. Thank you so much for the help and advice
I'd recommend you also check out the website https://haveibeenpwned.com/ as it is a great resource to identify when your accounts have been compromised, and can help you identify if this case is more widespread than a single account (in this case being LoL). It may also be prudent for you to check the security of any important accounts you have (such as emails, banks etc.), it's better to be safe than sorry.
DeIud3r (OCE)
: So according to riot player support it's ok to say kill yourself
To be clear, it's not ok for anyone to use such language in-game. Generally, things like suicide encouragement and racism will result in an escalation to a 14-day ban. If you're not confident that the post game report feature is addressing the situations properly, you do have the option of reporting directly to [Support](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/requests/new) which should allow for a much higher success rate for valid reports (particularly in borderline and unusual situation). Not everything will immediately escalate, but if you have reported something via Support and believe it should have resulted in an escalation you could attempt to request a second opinion through the ticket. I'm completely with you in saying that these behaviour should be taken seriously, it's undoubtedly something we don't want younger individuals learning to think is ok. Personally, through everything I've seen, heard and experienced, I've never had much reason to doubt Riot's systems as they relate to chat-offences, which do seem to have a fairly high success rate while staying to true to an underlying concept of reform. So far as some of the behaviours you've described as "very common", I'd have to disagree somewhat. You may be encountering them in-game a bit more than others, though you're probably also experiencing a bit of "negativity bias" which could be exaggerating the situation a bit from your own perspective. It's ok to experience a bit of negativity bias, happens to everyone from time to time, but when you do you should take a step back and try to re-evaluate the situation in a more objective manner. You might find that you are "filling in" a few instances with more negativity than actually exists, and being able to recognise when that happens can help you change your mindset and enjoy the game more. If there's anything specific you would like to ask or discuss, or if you think I've missed anything important, feel free to let me know.
: Perma banned from a report with no reason
Without more information on the specific details of the situation (for example, type of ban, chat logs [if chat-related ban], etc) I can't really give you any information or advice that could help. The most I could recommend is that you ask for a second opinion in the ticket you submitted regarding the ban. It's not likely to change anything, but if they do discover something that was missed it may help your situation. If you'd like to discuss the circumstances, you can feel free to provide additional information here, but we wont be able to make any changes to the punishment itself (that will still be up to the discretion of Riot and their representatives). > how is their report still taken seriously? I just wanted to address this specifically, though. The way the report system works is that the validity of reports is determined on a case-by-case basis, so the behaviour and overall validity of reports from the reporting player aren't taken into consideration; just whether that specific report is valid. The idea behind that is that *any* valid report should be actioned, regardless of where it comes from, while invalid reports are scrapped. Even though their intention might have been to abuse the system, the report must have been deemed valid, and subsequently actioned (just to note, it only takes 1 report to trigger a review, and additional reports *don't* increase chance of punishment). The systems in place do have a certain margin of error (as all systems do), but appealing via Support should effectively address any false positives. It's extremely rare for false positives not to be effectively handled with an appeal to Support, and even when it happens the circumstances of such situations tend to be unusual.
wakey95 (OCE)
: I've tried all 3 non ranked queues including urf and just sat in an urf queue for 100 minutes with not even one game popping. An extremely lacklustre way to come back after a year off. I would really prefer to not to have to make another account just to play
Fortunately, Riot is working on fixing the issue. Unfortunately, we don't know how long it might take to get the issue resolved (hopefully, not too long). I'm going to try and keep everyone updated with any new information that becomes available about the situation, but for now the only thing I can recommend is to pursue the issue through a [Support ticket](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/requests/new) (as recommended on the [Service Status](https://status.leagueoflegends.com/?en_AU#oce) page) and be a bit patient while the issue gets looked into and resolved.
: Unban my account
If you believe you've been falsely punished, you'll need to appeal by submitting a ticket to [Support](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/requests/new) (use the "Discuss a personal suspension or restriction" option). The Support agent will review the case and determine if there is a valid reason to remove/reduce the ban. If you would like to share more details about the ban here, we may be able to discuss the situation further and give advice and/or information on the situation, though we wont be able to affect any action around the punishment itself.
: > [{quoted}](name=HeartVine,realm=OCE,application-id=Ntey9fRZ,discussion-id=ukQGwPf3,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2019-10-31T13:27:12.327+0000) > > Honestly, I've got no idea what causes this, but I'd recommend that you try a client repair if you haven't already. Hopefully that will help, but if it doesn't then you should probably submit a ticket to [Support](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/requests/new) and see if they have any advice, or are able to do something to resolve the issue in your case. Done both. My smurf can play games fine, but this account can't. Sick.
Yeh, it's not good. Considering the issue seems to be stemming from LPQs, it's going to be significantly harder to figure out if it's widespread, though I'm keeping an eye out for any additional players who have the same issue. If you know anyone else who is experiencing it, please ask them to post on the boards so we can get a better idea of how many players may be affected.
wewontdie (OCE)
: Low Priority Que
I'd recommend that you try a client repair if you haven't already. Hopefully that will help, but if it doesn't then you should probably submit a ticket to [Support](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/requests/new) and see if they have any advice, or are able to do something to resolve the issue in your case.
: Okay, Riot, I'm sorry for AFKing, but please let me get in a game.
Honestly, I've got no idea what causes this, but I'd recommend that you try a client repair if you haven't already. Hopefully that will help, but if it doesn't then you should probably submit a ticket to [Support](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/requests/new) and see if they have any advice, or are able to do something to resolve the issue in your case.
Nightjar (OCE)
: Favourite URF champion and why?
I've been personally enjoying Lethality Quinn and Valor most. Just something about being able to dash off enemies all the time.
: Why did i immediately get a 14 day suspension?
If you want to appeal the ban, you'll need to submit a ticket to [Support](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/requests/new) (use the "Discuss a personal suspension or restriction" option) and explain your situation to them. I'm not sure whether they'll undo a ban that resulted from a "joke" report, but even so they should reduce the punishment if it's been escalated without cause. If you're willing to share the chat logs from the game (should be in the reform card and email regarding the ban), then someone here may be able to provide more context, but without more information about the case there's not much anyone could tell you. I'd recommend that you and your friends take the report system more seriously in the future, and refrain from using it as a way to joke around with each other.
: Well done on Senna
Gonna be honest, Senna is probably a champ I'll pick up asap. Makes me pretty glad that I've been saving up a bunch of BE this year. She seems like she'll def need some fine tuning on release, but at least it seems like she wont be restricted in what positions she can handle (primarily, being able to go ADC like a lot of players have been asking).
MalaMala (OCE)
: When it says the status for my ticket is solved, is that mean riot will not do anything else to the ticket?, cause then i really wanna discuss this with someone from riot through messages or something.
A ticket being "Solved" means that it's basically been marked off as solved, but responding to the ticket should move it back to "open" at least until you get another response. It's really just a way for players to identify which tickets have been deemed as "solved" by Support agents. If you are getting it marked as "solved" repeatedly without a response, or with repeated blitzbot responded, I'd recommend you try opening a new ticket, but you should try to continue the discussion through the ticket that already exists first.
MalaMala (OCE)
: I did ask for a human response, how do i know when i have received one? Also how do i request for a manual review?
You should receive an email to the registered email address when a response goes through, or you can check back on the support site (under the tab "My Tickets" at the top) and you'll be able to see the most recent activity on each ticket there. The support agent should conduct a manual review as part of the appeal, which should happen once they get onto your ticket. At this point you'll just need to wait for a response. It may take up to a day (possibly longer if the support teams are busy), and keep in mind that additional responses to the ticket will bump it to the back of the queue.
MalaMala (OCE)
: Also, i got a response and it says i will be perma banned next time but when i try to log into my account im still permanently banned, so im quiet confused. Here is the response Greetings, human! I am Blitzcrank Bot. My purpose is to provide a fast and thorough explanation of your recent ban. Players have reported you 6 times in the past 20 games for intentional feeding. It is, to borrow a human phrase, a “not cool,” and may result in a permaban the next time it occurs. Intentional feeding is an inefficient way to punish your teammates. If you are angry with them or want to give up during a hopeless match, /mute all and focus on something else - try to kill the enemy ADC as many times as possible; practice CSing or a weird buildpath. If you hate your team, focus on carrying them so hard it destroys their self-confidence. I hope I have been useful to you. Although my heart is cold and mechanical, I feel we now have a deep connection and bond. There isn’t much more information a human specialist could provide, but if you want any further questions answered, you may select the option below.
That sounds odd, you shouldn't be getting a response for "permaban will be next punishment" if that's what you're already on (Bitzbot should only respond to "clear cut" cases, it's possible your ticket was incorrectly categorised). I'd recommend that you respond to the ticket requesting a human response, hopefully they'll be able to figure out what's going on in your case and resolve any issues (and, if it hasn't happened already, give the case a manual review).
MalaMala (OCE)
: Is there no way to report the person to riot for abusing the ticket system though? Because clearly as i have shown above i have been reported for the same game twice which makes no sense.
As I said, you should report in post game lobby where possible, and can report players via Support [link; https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/requests/new (use the "Report a player for cheating, phishing or negative behaviour" option)] when necessary.
MalaMala (OCE)
: Unfair Permanent suspension
The only way for a ban to be removed is if it's made in error, and you'll need to appeal by submitting a ticket to [Support](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/requests/new), which it seems you've already done. You can feel free to request a second opinion by responding in the appeal ticket, but the most likely possibility is that nothing new will be discovered about the case and the current decision will stand. I'd like to inform and/or remind everyone that the boards has a policy against "reporting other players" (more commonly known as the "no name and shame" policy). Basically, the boards is not the place to report or accuse other players for negative behaviours; you should be doing that in post-game lobby reports (where possible) and via [Support](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/requests/new) (if necessary). I've removed all instances that have breached the rule, though would like to remind everyone that further breaches *may* result in additional action. You can find the boards Universal Rules here; https://boards.oce.leagueoflegends.com/en/c/announcements/BjArMH2B-boards-universal-rules
: URF Mode for OCE 10 year
The ["Let's Celebrate 10 Years" Support page](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/articles/360036377774-Let-s-Celebrate-10-Years-of-League-) states that URF will be available at 4pm 28th PDT, which should put it at about 10am AEDT tomorrow.
Skyla (OCE)
Quick update for everyone, I've just realised that the ["Let's Celebrate 10 Years" Support Page](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/articles/360036377774-Let-s-Celebrate-10-Years-of-League-) actually states that URF will release at 4pm on the 28th PDT, which should put it at about 10am AEDT tomorrow.
Skyla (OCE)
I've not seen anything regarding URF that's likely to be localised for OCE, and it's probably set up to release based on PDT (NA time). If it's consistent with the 10th anniversary missions, it *might* be available at about 7am on the 29th (AEDT), though whether that's when it *will* be available is uncertain (that would put it at 1pm PDT).
: I want answers!! :')
So the thing to keep in mind with micro-transactions is that they're almost solely based around the concept of generating massive amounts of money from the addiction of a very small amount of users, in much the same way as gambling, alcohol, and tobacco products do. The systems used with them are designed to constantly push players into spending money, usually through "barely fun" mechanics (such as forced waiting), and then giving players the option to pay to make it "more fun" (such as paying to remove waiting times), and are most common with mobile games. The reason it's so effective at generating profit is because the purchases are of such a low value that it's difficult for people to keep track of how much they're actually spending across multiple purchases, and then platforming that off people who suffer from, or are at risk of, addiction means they don't even need to worry about the vast majority of users (which usually results in other problems being ignored or created by the producers/developers). You don't get such issues with "macro-transactions" though, because the purchases are of a sufficient value that the average user is able to keep reliable track of how much they are actually spending, but even with that kind of payment system there are ways for publishers to platform off addiction for profit, the primary example of that being lootboxes. While lootboxes share the same fundamental concept of micro-transactions, they differ in how they are used. One thing that makes lootboxes so useful for publishers is that they can be used effectively with macro-transaction systems, and they're generally easier to trigger addiction with because of the way they are used, with publishers being able to make lengthened, flashy animations for opening them (consider, for example, LoL's Hextech Crafting system). Lootboxes also provide publishers an easier way to give away "free samples" to help those systems trigger addiction in *more* users than if they were purely "purchase only". When all is said and done, the current state of the video game industry is that there exists an issue of "overuse" with these kinds of systems, with some publishers flooding their games with as much as they can (I'd say LoL is the most readily available example of that), and even actively targeting these "essentially gambling" systems at underage users (for example; LoL, Fortnite, Apex Legends etc).
: Wait, if we miss one day of the 10th anniversary rewards, we miss out fully?
You shouldn't miss out on any of the missions/rewards just for missing one day while they're being unlocked. As per the [Support Article for the 10th Anniversary Missions/Rewards](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/articles/360036377774-Let-s-Celebrate-10-Years-of-League-), all missions (including the bonus mission for the Annie-versary skin) will be available until the 19th of November. If you're having any issues with the anniversary missions, you should submit a ticket to [Support](https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/requests/new) (use the "I have an Event question or issue" option).
: Is okay to feed to end a game when 2 players have rage quit on purpose.
So even in situations like this that seem like a guaranteed loss, there are still things you can do to improve on yourself. Primarily, that would be learning to play from behind, but really if there's any specific skills/mechanics that you find you struggle with (for example; last hitting, map awareness, positioning etc), this kind of situation is where you might try to develop that. Ultimately, a match is only a *total* loss if you let it be. If you find something to focus on, despite the state of the match, then at least there is still something you can gain from the experience. While *no* negative behaviours are encouraged, sometimes the best option in these kinds of situations is to just take a short break, even if it's the middle of a match. Go grab a drink or a snack and cool off a bit if you need to, and ultimately it's still a better option than feeding/throwing.
: > [{quoted}](name=HeartVine,realm=OCE,application-id=ElA0rvVL,discussion-id=Fu7GJUyq,comment-id=0000,timestamp=2019-10-20T01:57:37.159+0000) > > Based on the info on the LoR website, it seems that the only requirement for receiving the Moonstruck Poro is to pre-register for the game, meaning you shouldn't need to download or play the game in order to receive the poro when the game reaches it's full launch. okay ty, your name sounds familiar but I can't remember whether it was a good experience or a bad 1 lol
Yeh, seems like we've had a few direct interactions over the past year (I recognised your name as well). Doesn't seem to be anything that stands out as being a bad experience, from what I can tell, mainly just some potential bugs you've encountered in-game and on the website, such as with TFT and match history.
: Do I need to download the new card game to receive the moon poro please?
Based on the info on the LoR website, it seems that the only requirement for receiving the Moonstruck Poro is to pre-register for the game, meaning you shouldn't need to download or play the game in order to receive the poro when the game reaches it's full launch.
: I got the anniversary quests even though I didn't do the requirements
I think you may have misinterpreted the requirements for completing the anniversary missions. To be clear, the only requirements for completing the anniversary missions (thus far) has been to "play one game". The name of the day 2 mission is "Year 10 - Corki, Ezreal & Graves", but that does not constitute as any kind of requirement for completing the mission. For future reference, names of missions are in a light yellow/cream-like colour, while the requirements of missions are in a plain grey/white colour.
: I have no idea why they're doing it so close to season end.
It's because URF is being brought back as part of the 10th anniversary celebrations, and those dates are what fits with the original release date for LoL.
Blackavar (OCE)
: A request regarding URF
So this is a concern that has been brought up by others on the boards already, and I definitely agree that it would be awesome for Riot to have some kind of consideration for this. With that said, I honestly doubt anything will come of it, there are a variety of reasons why it would be impractical or problematic for Riot and the game, which I went into a bit of detail about in the other thread (which you can find here https://boards.oce.leagueoflegends.com/en/c/gameplay-strategy/tW614lhe-normal-urf-times-and-exam-conflicts ). I'd highly recommend that anyone you know who is in the same situation pop onto the boards and share their thoughts and concerns about this. It may not change anything, but there's no harm in trying.
: 10 years LoL Rewards
The reward for the first day is an orb (which are, generally, "chests" specific to events) that is specific to the 10th anniversary celebration. I think you should be able to get a decent description of it (including the kinds of things it will contain) by looking at it in the loot tab in the client after completing the mission. EDIT: So it appears that the reward for the first day is an Icon, Ward and Emote celebrating the 10th anniversary of LoL.
: The only local times we get are for patches and they're manually typed out into the 'Service Status' forum.
Most things that get put onto the OCE site/client do get localised, from news articles to event shops, though it does seem like that's been lacking recently, specifically with Worlds related content and a few things that have gone up over the past week. Even so, taking a quick look through a few of the recent news pages would show several instances of times being localised, and going back further should show a lot more. It's not only for patch times on the service status page.
: no legendary in shop
As far as I know, it was never explicitly stated that there would be a *guaranteed* legendary skin, rather it's the first time that there's a chance for a legendary skin to appear in the "your shop". You can refer to the stream VOD at time frame 1h35m50s to get the exact quote "Your Shop is coming back, and because it's a special occasion, for the first time ever, there will be a *chance* that your shop will contains legendary tier skins." Link: https://www.twitch.tv/videos/495161909?t=01h35m50s
: Why do we even have separate web sites for the different regions if we don't even get dates for the timezone that the server is located...
Usually the times/dates are localised, though I don't think there's actually anyone in the OCE office that's dedicated to that job (could be wrong on that point). It's possible that it's been overlooked in this instance because of everything that's been happening over the past week, from PAX Aus on the weekend to the 10th anniversary celebrations.
NameReq (OCE)
: Do we have the 10th anniversary login rewards?
The first mission will become available at 1pm PDT on the 17th, which is 7am tomorrow (18th) morning for AEDT (if I'm not mistaken). The times in the client haven't been localised, for some reason. You can refer to the support page for more info: https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/articles/360036377774-Let-s-Celebrate-10-Years-of-League-
Heresleo (EUW)
: So I played a couple of games today and still don't have access to the rewards. Has it been activated yet or do we have to wait?
The first mission will become available at 1pm PDT on the 17th, which is 7am tomorrow (18th) morning for AEDT (if I'm not mistaken). The times in the client haven't been localised, for some reason. You can refer to the support page for more info: https://support.riotgames.com/hc/en-us/articles/360036377774-Let-s-Celebrate-10-Years-of-League-
Légs (OCE)
: Need to settle a debate about Senna. Any Rioter's available ?
Just to preface, I'm not a Rioter, so take what I say as you will. The distinction between "Marksman" and "ADC" is an important one to consider, the former being a role assigned by Riot with the latter being a term used by the community to identify a specific role within a team. While not common, there are marksmen in-game that don't fulfil the ADC position in it's traditional sense, primarily being Teemo and Azir. I think what is happening here is that Senna will be a marksmen designed around supporting, and as such wont fit particularly well with the ADC position, as it is traditionally. So far as design wise, I think it's safe to say she's *not* an ADC. So far as how it's possible to use her, I'd imagine there could be some unique ways of adapting her to the ADC position.
: Ok yeah that makes sense. How would Riot know if someone else is using you're account though?
Riot would use a wide variety of factors to identify if it's a different user. For example, there are certain things that tend to stand out in match history, such as significant changes with summoner spells, champs, statistics etc. and there's also a variety of "behind the scenes" data that Riot has access to that we, as players, don't.
: So does that mean on any single account you can only login on 1 computer? I can look it up on the rules page if you can't be bothered explaining. Just thought if you don't mind clarifying so I don't make that mistake when I go away.
It means that only the person who created the account should be accessing it (you can still play freely on multiple computers). So, for example, you couldn't just give someone else, such as a friend or family member, your login details and let them play on the account, as that can very realistically result in a permanent ban. It's also important to note that account sharing can also make it much more difficult to resolve a compromised account.
: Normal URF Times and Exam Conflicts...
Unfortunately, I doubt there's anything that can be done. There's a few reason why Riot wouldn't be inclined to change times for this. As IVIemories said, the scheduled URF time is part of the 10th anniversary celebration, and it kicks off on the day that LoL originally went into open beta 10 years ago. It's also possible that they have things scheduled just after (or close to the end of) URF, and any delay with URF could then negatively affect their plans going forward. Another thing to consider is that URF as a mode ("classic" URF in particular) is a bit notorious for causing large sums of players to actually leave the game, for various reasons, and Riot wouldn't want to risk losing too many players by extending the availability of the mode. There's also the fact that OCE just isn't as popular of a region as others, and NA in particular. We've always been a bit of a "niche" region, and while I think the OCE Rioters do their best to have our region heard, it's just a bit impractical for Riot to change their plans solely(?) around us. It's possible that Riot may consider an extension for the mode, depending on how this experiment of theirs goes, but the expectation (as far as I'm concerned) will be that this is the last time we'll have classic URF for a *long* time, and nothing is going to change the set time frame. Personally, I'd love to see some consideration regarding this on Riot's part, but realistically there are too many factors that would make that too impractical, not enough of a pay-off for the effort and trouble it would take.
Rit Shaco (OCE)
: Legends of Runeterra Access
Currently, access would be fairly restricted due to it's current status as "closed beta", and it probably wont move onto an open beta (or further) for a couple weeks, at least. As it stands, access would likely be randomised a fair bit, the only things I can think of that might be affecting accessibility would be things like Honour level (which is generally used for this kind of thing), current/recent punishments, activity in LoL etc. I think the best thing you can do at the moment is be patient. Unfortunately, not everyone is going to get access to the closed beta.
Meddler (NA)
: Happy 10 year anniversary!
Such an exciting time. I know a lot of people thought LoL would be dead by now, but clearly it's still going strong. There are a lot of people who don't like the current direction that Riot is taking, and have been taking for a while, and I feel the same way, however it's still exciting to be around for the 10th anniversary of the game, and I honestly hope that things can change for the better going forward. I hope everyone, whether they're a Rioter or not, has an amazing day today! {{sticker:slayer-pantheon-thumbs}}
Natikazi (OCE)
: Thank you so much for the help. I'm strugging to answer some of the questions such as "the first rp item you bought and date" and a couple of other ones since it was in 2015. In November last year, I requested to download my data, which includes everything stored about my account. This includes rp purchases and rp uses, however these do not have dates, rather their transaction numbers etc. Would it be helpful if I sent the file? Or should I just guess the dates since my first rp purchase was with a gift card and there was no email receipt.
I'd recommend you make your best estimate of the item and date, though you could send the file as a well if you think it will help (make sure they're aware why you're sending it). I'm not sure how they'll respond to the account data file, since it can be access through email, but no harm in trying. As I said earlier, you shouldn't need to answer every question perfectly, all they need is enough to reasonably conclude you're the original user.
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