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Do riot actually look at game messages..

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I just logged in and saw that I had ANOTHER chat restriction for 75 games. I've been chat restricted twice before and only ended my last one around a week ago. I've calmed down a lot and haven't done anything in my eyes to warrant another. I have been reported but only because I've been saying to my team stuff like, "stop overextending so I gank", "stop being so aggressive" and "c'mon guys stop constantly dying and play passively". Personally I don't think anything of what I've said should get me a chat restriction, I don't believe Riot actually look at the conversations you've had in game and just see that you've been reported even when you've done nothing wrong...anyone else had a similar situation?

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Lady Lothiriel

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Giving unasked for, insulting and in the end rather useless advice is rightly considered negative behavior and gets you punished.

Every time someone tells someone to "stop dying" I am mightely tempted to ask "oh really? And here I thought was the point of the game?"

This advice is insulting because it more or less means you think that the person is doing this intentionally.