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  1. seofl

    Teamkill, griefing

    Game-link:https://ohstats.net/en/game/90239Offending player(s) lobby-number or color or ign: Kukhode (pink)Time occured: ~21 minutes replay time, ~19 minutes in game timeDetails(optional): Fed my courier to the enemy team, tried to kill my items (I was Gyro). Proceeds to AFK farm the rest of the game without helping the team.
  2. Not sure if there already is a thread about this but searching elo led to an error so here I am. The current elo calculation is imo not what it should be and I'm here to make some suggestions that will hopefully be met with mutual consent and help in improving it a little. Atm the "farm" hero will most likely get the highest elo of a team. This is due to the fact that creeps kills (woods & regular) give way too much elo compared to hero kills/assissts. -> this leads to players that did not contribute to the team`s success at all getting almost the same, often more elo as the player(s) who deserve it and therefore falsifying the overall elo score. So basically I'm suggesting giving lower elo per creep and add more to hero -kills & assissts. What I also thought of is that rule breaking (intentional feeding, item stealing, flaming, afking and such) should have a negative impact on that players elo (e.g. -20 elo for game ruin). > Maybe even show how many offences a player has made on her/his profile/stats page. The leaving offence should be dealt with separately imo, as it is often unintentional (dc, powerloss, blackout,...).
  3. Player name: Sebax Game: -OHS- DotA apem #68 ( https://dota.vision/sharedStats/recentGames/ is not working right now so I didn't provide the link ) Time: minutes 17 and 20 of the game , real life time 07:31 11/11/2017 Information: Glitch abuse to make 2 huge pets that make hero dies because they are being hidden behind pets models. * Extra: Attached replay file. glitch abusing into creating huge pet m.w3g
  4. Game-link: (-OHS- DotA apem #7) https://dota.vision/sharedStats/recentGames/?do=single&id=76204Offending player(s) lobby-number or color or ign: Color = teal - account = VenatorAnimarumTime occured: Minute 27 of the game, Time 06:40 real life timeAdditional information: He did it in respond to Axe having 0-16 feeder: color = orange - account = s1lence_ million pet buying.w3g
  5. omglioromg

    Votekick Abuse Report

    Game-link: https://dota.vision/sharedStats/recentGames/?do=single&id=72496Offending player(s) lobby-number or color or ign: tangelo (Color = Teal)Time occured: 29:50Details(optional): Details of what happened can be found here * replay can be found in details link ** Please let me know if more information is needed because I want to make sure I am reporting it correctly. *** Thanks a lot for reading and trying to help
  6. Hi there, I was thinking about some command that probably could help a lot of us: !votereport <username> <reportReason> Its purpose as its name says would be to report a player in the board (by creating a new ban report thread) without leaving the game. (In my opinion that would be really useful since sometimes we just forget to report or are just too lazy to do.) Verified users would be able to use !votereport ingame and it'd require at least eight (8) (all users except reported one) players to submit report in board. What do you guys think?

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