I’m not a frequent LoL player. Heck, I rarely play, just when a friend of mine decides to play it with me.
Being a noob at the game, you tend to get comments from other players but not all who call you names for not playing better.
It does hurt if you’re like me who’s trying to learn but because a pro gamer or the like decides to make a new character and plays in the same match although the actual skills and knowledge are far from close between us.
If I was doing something “illegal’ game-wise then I think that I deserve it. If the situation is true and Dunkey’s story checks out then I would have the same reaction but I wouldn’t put it in the chat knowing the consequences. I would end up saying it out loud instead while in the voice call with friends.
Remember my last post about GW2? I started to talk about noticing campers. You have no idea how frustrated I was while playing that day after trying to play just like usual. Players capture points and move to the next and not sit there waiting for the ones they already killed to respawn and then kill immediately without so much as a chance to escape because of all the traps set.
If the point of PvP is to be there first and gang up, then I understand now why my friends and I were having difficulty choosing a server. Other players make us react this way but perhaps not everyone understands that there are consequences when they merely act without thinking.
These are my thoughts about what happened to Dunkey based on the article I read and his video. I put myself in his shoes, my shoes, and a whole other different shoes that may not even fit but all angles must be explored.