Tribunal Cases of the Weak – Vol 15
Welcome to Tribunal Cases of the Weak. Every week you’ll get the best/weirdest/worst Tribunal cases. As always, purple text is the accused, green text is the team-mates, and red is the opponents. The title of each case is a link to the full Tribunal case, but don’t click through unless you’re ready for NSFW language. Unsure of what the Tribunal is or how it works? Read Riot’s FAQ.
Case #5: The Cobbler submitted by AmudielWW
Another submission by AmudielWW, who sent in one last week as well. In this case, Dr. Mundo has developed a shoe fetish.
Intentionally feeding and spending all the money on shoes, he really is the Madman of Zaun. There isn’t much of an explanation in the chat, other than:
Mundo goes where he pleases, but apparently this Mundo needs six boots to get there.
Case #4: The Recidivist
Another intentional feeder here. In this case, there are two games in the report and both are bad:
And the explanation in this case is one of the worst:
You can understand why Riot is trying to find solutions other than banning people, because players like this just troll on their smurfs while their main is banned.
Case #3: The Teacher
This type of troll is typified by his self-righteous attitude. It’s not his fault he is feeding or playing badly, it’s your fault. In this case, the player fed in two games to the tune of:
And in both games he was going to teach them a lesson. In Game 1, it was for “slandering” him early on. In Game 2, it was for not surrendering when it was clear the game was over. In both cases, he tried to show them who’s boss.
Case #2: The Rager
Reading the Tribunal, you can sometimes see exactly when players hit their breaking point. Some hit it and pull back, uttering just a line or two. Some hit it and lose all control, like this guy:
Don’t hold back, tell us how you really feel…
Case #1: Worst Troll of the Week
This player left decency behind a long time ago it seems. In all five games he displayed a terrible attitude and attacked his teammates mercilessly, saying things like:
And there’s more:
Five games in this case; probably countless games in total. This player is deservedly on the way to a permban, but for now:
The permaban this week is a very unusual case. The ban comes from ARAMs on the Proving Grounds. It’s a pretty subtle form of trolling, but it becomes clear in context. Here is the scorecard from one of the games:
He only participated in two of the team’s 45 kills, and they were just assists. How is that possible?
His team went on to win, despite this player just staying in the fountain and ulting whenever it was off cooldown or joining the fights late so that he can get kill steals. Even in an ARAM, it is possible to get banned.
That’s all for this week! We’ll be back next week with another round of Tribunal Cases of the Weak.