Having filed exactly 5 RAP reports in over 1k games (since RAP got...fixed), you can imagine I don't report just anyone I didn't like. Since first 4 of those reviews weren't reviewed I lost all hope and stopped reporting people. Today, we got this Valk afk for more then half of the game, so I decided to use it again. Dude was afk since 18th min or so, game lasted for a bit over 40 I think. He was never flagged as idle (afk) so I figured he's abusing the afk detection system, aka moving about in the well so I reported him for that (abusing afk detection). You can probably imagine my surprise when I got a mail saying my report was unsuccessful.
Seething with anger, I went back to look at the replay. From what I can gather, Valk indeed was afk for as long as I thought but because Sand Wraith ultied from time to time, one image obviously spawned in the well next to her so the hero auto attacked him a few times. Long story short, she's not a leaver, not considered to have been afk and I'm what, 25, 35 silver down with a really bitter taste in my mouth. Don't really care about silver but players in this game are often unfair enough, would be sad to see people supervising them are not (with all due respect) much better.
So my question to you, dear mods is: Am I the bad guy here, filing crazy reports about people doing totally acceptable things and SW in opposing team gives you a sort of a 'free leave' if you don't feel like playing anymore, or could I actually be right and don't deserve to be penalized for other people not being able to play till the end.
Sorry for the tone of my post but I'm really properly pissed off right now. Want me to post match ID so you can verify?
Last edited by n00buaddib; 07-06-2012 at 02:06 PM. Reason: removed match id
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