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12-28-2011 @ 2:58AM
If you read the article (or even just look at the pictures), it's quite clear that the "majority" will almost always be guilty. Only 6% of the people reported are pardoned. Which means that if you want your IP, "guilty" will be the right answer 94% of the time. The system is set up to actively encourage guilty votes. Also, assuming that every guilty verdict is assigned to the GMs to review, then the GMs end up seeing 94% of the cases ANYWAY. Which makes the system pointless as well. Unless, of course the GMs just go along with the player votes (which is what they're probably doing).The system is flawed fundamentally. People who lose games are reporting their teammates, and they try to spin it so it looks like they're doing some sort of service? No one likes to lose. People looking for someone to blame, instead of putting them on an ignore list or just not playing with them, get them BANNED? Put a system like that in the hands of the WoW community, and I guarantee it'd be abused, and you say LoLs is worse? Guilds already abuse the vote kick system. A vote ban system is a terrible idea.
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