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Christmas gift riot?

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coolalexz

Junior Member

01-13-2015

I had got if i remember well,a 13 game chat restriction and I know i did a fault so when the restrict ended i was much more positive.Besides i got just 13 games i wont get a Christmas mystery skin as you say.I think that,that is unfair for some summoners like me who have got just 20 or less game restricted and never did the same fault again.So,should I wait for a gift or not.If you can answer me,please.


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Onizuka

Senior Member

01-13-2015

If you had chat restriction last year, you do not qualify for the reward. Simple as that.


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Unicornqua

Senior Member

01-13-2015

If you got better, just wait for next reward. We were promised more promotions like that. Not every time with Mystery gift, but still, it's good reason to keep being positive


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Crwella

Junior Member

01-18-2015

How about being nice, not because you want a gift, but because the game is more fun for everyone when there's a good team spirit? Obviously the gifts are a nice bonus, but why do we feel the need to be nice only if we get something concrete(a gift) out of it? Idk, maybe I'm just dreaming of a utopia.


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Unicornqua

Senior Member

01-18-2015

Sugar and whip, my friend, sugar and whip. It would be nice if people were friendly and positive just out of godness of their heart, but most of them are not. And if you want people to change, punishment is not enough, you need to motivate them as well.


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