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something has to be done about players leaving ranked solo

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something has to be done about players leaving ranked solo

Aristore's Avatar

11.07.2013 , 12:41 AM | #1
Its unacceptable. Whatever punishment they have going on is not working. On the bastion i would say a team mate quits before the first round or doesn't show up in almost half the arenas. Quitting is absolutely rampant on this server on the imperial side.

I propose that if a player quits before the first round or queues up and doesn't enter the match twice within one hour there is a 6 hour debuff that prevents them from queuing solo ranked. Solo ranked is a unique situation in the game in that you put your fate in the hands of the (completely worthless) team generator AND your performance is
recorded, therefore it needs a better way to prevent players who don't care from constantly quitting and gimping the players who do

either implement harsher punishment or allow ignoring players as a means to avoid serial quitters

AshlaBoga's Avatar

11.07.2013 , 04:04 AM | #2
whatever punishment they have is not working.
there is no punishment.
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Arlanon's Avatar

11.07.2013 , 04:19 AM | #3
or you can just accept that ranking is meaningless

that way bioware doesnt have to do anything

they probably wont anyway so

Tankqull's Avatar

11.07.2013 , 06:37 AM | #4
Quote: Originally Posted by AshlaBoga View Post
there is no punishment.
you´re losing 15 elo points.
but thats not enough i do agree.

vennian's Avatar

11.07.2013 , 06:54 AM | #5
Supposedly leaving a ranked game should hurt your ELO big time so you would become an ELO sewer rat.

DarthMaulUK's Avatar

11.07.2013 , 07:09 AM | #6
They should have added balance first before introducing an outdated game mechanic.