they're making such a huge drama over it lmao
Funnily enough I remember them giving out that compensation to people with missing content like months ago, possibly even last year, wonder why it's such a big deal now (other than the general LoL forums being a bunch of entitled brats who didn't know about this beforehand)
Draven is such a fun champion.
Just juggling an axe at a minion wave. Then suddenly this guy is trying to sologank you.
Nope, double juggling all up this bitch and he's dead within seconds.
yeah people still whining about not getting 1k RP
Only fun thing about Draven is his ult IMO. I'd rather get Ez then
Love going against Draven as Ahri in mid, easy lane for me.
But then bot and top feed and we lose the game anyway.. My average Normal Blind game.
AD Ezreal mid works just fine for me.
Graves works depending on the mid opponent, as well as Miss Fortune. Though most of them are pretty weak mids.
Edit: Kog is good but only as an AP.
Some players just need to accept that they're entitled assholes who think the 10 Win IP boost just wasn't enough for their entitled selves, it's a 670RP Ip boost and they're complaining that people shouldn't have gotten 1k RP because they didn't even experience their content being lost, they'd prefer it if riot only hand out compensation to people that are actively playing the game when their content goes missing
Quite frankly I think everyone is "entitled" to having the servers work. The 10 win IP boost was over them breaking the game for a day and compensating people for it. Then they re-released the same patch and fucked everything up for practically a week. Though I understand that they hand out 1k RP to people who lose content, this time it was a direct result of that patch which EVERYONE had to suffer through. As a result, I honestly think everyone should receive some compensation.
Except a lot of people just want the 1k RP because they're greedy fucks
Server instability around patches is to be expected, nobody is entitled to having the server work 100% of the time, even the minecraft community is more accepting of server instability than this, it's a fucking disgrace
I don't expect Riot's servers to be up 100% of the time, but their decisions as of late have been downright awful.
What exactly was in the patch that fucked the game up so bad anyways?
Oh right and the community is dumb enough to see a free IP boost and think it's for that one isolated incident and not any troubles the servers would have with that very same patch afterwards, it's not even 2 different patches it's the same patch that they had to delay to fix problems with
I think people have said this before but before the split EU had these problems a ton and no compensation was given out, now the playerbase thinks they deserve even more than what they have already gotten
Heck, they don't even have to give those who didn't lose content 1k RP. They could just give them another IP boost or a smaller amount of RP like 300. At least something to compensate for the whole damn mess they caused.
Quite frankly this garbage would've never started if they had just pushed the patch back until they had properly tested it. They knew it was broken and forced it back to the playerbase anyway.
Also people weren't quiet about that split. People were enraged for an awfully long period of time. If I dug for it I could probably find threads asking for compensation on the EU forums. They didn't exactly sit there and take it while Riot fucked them over.
I may be dumb .. but what the hell are you all talking about ?
Here's one example of the drama caused by their actions:
Thanks for clearing that up for me <3 lot less confused now
Just bought olaf and I have to say... he is a fucking beast.
I love how NA are going through now, what EU did last year.
Seeing these shit storms brewing again is like looking into the past.
Dark days indeed.
Also regardless of what happened Riot did the right thing by compensating the people who lost their stuff regardless of if they managed to log in or not, people think they deserve this compensation too because they weren't able to access the game at all, these people also seem to forget that the server hasn't been 100% down over the past week or so, there has been plenty of uptime where you could log on and play with the risk of lag and server crashes, this uptime wasn't at the most convenient time but it still happened and players could have still logged on and been devestated that their stuff was missing
In the end I think riot should just stop giving out compensation for 1 day server issues so that it can be more appreciated when larger issues arise
(Also ban all the idiots attacking riot and the riot employees because they won't give them free stuff)
That feeling when you have to play with IRL friends, and they suck ass.
Friend builds PD on WW and feeds with him. "BUT I OWNED LAST GAME"
Bitch, that's because your normal elo is low and you're playing with brainless people, ffs.
It's funny how they all usually have like 800 elo and blame "elo hell"
so last game, I won my lane hard and was dicking around in mid, got up to unstoppable and the vlad in there told me to b because we were getting low. My Response?
"the game just told me I was unstoppable? why would I leave if they can't stop me?"
they surrendered after I hit godlike.
I love playing Olaf
I love all the double kills you get when people think they can take on a low hp olaf.
If you look outside the video game industry you'll see that it's rather common for a company to give up something in order to satisfy the customer as it maintains trust.
Just the other day working at the Home Depot, we had a guy who's mower broke after the 30 day warranty. His pull string had stop working and he was upset. We offered him the option of getting his pullstring repaired, but he wanted either a refund or a new mower. Despite it being outside the policy, after it going through management and talking with the guy, we gave him a new mower and he left just fine.
This man was angry, intolerable, and unreasonable. Yet at the end of the day he's a satisfied customer and he'll probably continue to trust the Home Depot as a company. He had a bad attitude and definitely was unreasonable and acted entitled, but we helped him anyway. We have several people come in with their problems and we offer them the same options. Though, while this customer may've been out of line we served him anyway.
I think the point I'm trying to make here is that outside of the video game industry, companies are willing to make small sacrifices for customer trust. Doing something like giving away about 7$ worth of RP isn't going to hurt Riot in the long run. In fact people would be more trustworthy of them. Will people abuse it and ask for unreasonable demands sometimes? Of course, but they don't have to always give it to them. Point is that going out of their way to serve a customer is not a bad thing by any means.