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: Please don't bump posts this early, there's really no need to and it can get spam-y very quickly. As for your Jax skins, you have what Psylock suggested, since those shops are tailored, and often do happen more than once a year, I expect there will be one for Lunar Revel, so if you play a lot of Jax then you are likely to get those skins in your shops. Past that, you only have the luck of boxes, or to wait until Riot decides to open the vault again. As for club issues, since they're account specific you will have to submit a support ticket.
: ik what to do for vandal jax and mighty jax wait for your shop that's how I got all my twitch skins which makes me want to kill myself more than I already do cos every1 of my friends has medieval twitch and I don't T-T
You mean the end of year shop thing? That's a long term strat I dont think I want any part in ><
: Old skins re-sale / Club Ownership Issues
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Tele (OCE)
: **LGC Elam** as already given some great advice here, but I can give a bit of information on the "block" feature you mentioned. So right now the "block" feature just removes people from your friends list and stops them from adding you again. But I noticed you implied that it should also block players from ever being matched with you in-game. In theory this sounds like a great idea. Having to play with the same flamer twice is a terrible experience. But in practice it simply hasn't been shown to work in a competitive matchmaking system. Just recently Overwatch [had to remove this exact system]( because too many players were abusing it. They'd just block really good players to avoid getting matched with them again. CS:GO also had to silently remove their block feature for similar reasons. This is a really tricky issue though, apart from reporting in champion select, all the other features I've heard mentioned have some pretty big downsides :(
Yeah I get what you mean. It'd be so easy to fix league if people wouldn't abuse it. But perhaps you could implement it so if you "block" someone, they can't be put on your team. Yet could still be matched against you. Or even if a player receives reports in mass from other players, they are banned from match-making for X minutes, hours etc. Or perhaps unable to join games from the people they were reported or blocked by for X minutes, hours. I feel like it might sound like I'm complaining still, but I'm just spit balling ideas here.
: Greetings pekalin, **Can you please remove the summoner name mentioned in this post?** Doing so is against the universal rules of the boards and can lead to a witchhunt which rarely ever leads to positive discussion. Here is the part of the universal rules that is relevant to this: "**Reporting Other Players** Please don't name names. If you see or hear about another person breaking the rules, send us a ticket directly so we can investigate and take action if necessary. We know that players report publicly with the best intentions, but it often leads to a witchhunt, rarely resulting in a positive discussion. We'll be taking action against players who have violated rules, so please report these players correctly. Moderators will be looking for the following: Posts that accuse others of being toxic players in-game Posts accusing others of malicious activity Posts that accuse others of cheating or using illegal services Posts accusing others of trolling in the boards (there’s a report button for that)" --- As for the game itself I am sorry that you ran into toxic players that intentionally fed on your team, however there are a few things you can do in the future to reduce the risk of this happening. The first of which is remember that you are playing ranked which is a high pressure environment where poeple want to win. As such most players want their team to play strong picks to increase their chance of winning. So when a person on thier team wants to play something off meta it can give some players a knee jerk reaction to try and stop you because they think it'll be harder to win. With that in mind a way that you can go about this in another way is before you pick or hover what you want to, if it is not meta ask your team if they are alright with you doing so. In this example explain you've had a good run with it and think it'll work well vs the enemy team. This may help your team understand why you want to pick it and give a better chance of no one having a knee jerk reaction. After that if you still have someone threatening to troll if you do so, you have the choice of either risking them trolling, or picking something else to make sure the game is a positive environment. The later of the two I would suggest as if your team is positive, it leads to a team that will work together to win. So in that case you could pick a support that is more meta in a sense that you have practiced as well. --- I hope that this helps and if there is anyway I can help or any questions I can answer let me know. Good luck in your games! ~Elam
Cheers for the reply mate. Unfortunately I did do everything you suggested. Explained my pick, the situation. Everyone was positive about it except this one summoner. Had everyone disagreed I would of changed as it's a team game. #TeamworkOP I'm just trying to try to get people to 1. see this is unacceptable behaviour and 2. Maybe get people talking about it more so Riot might make changes. Like the option to report/remove a player(s) from champ select, if voted out, for example.
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