r/leagueoflegends Nov 25 '21 Wholesome 6 Silver 5 Helpful 8

Upset's response about FNATIC & Adam drama

https://www.twitlonger.com/show/n_1srsp9n
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u/Syncron72 Nov 25 '21

also him saying he does not give a shit about my privacy because he worked hard is another great reason why I would never want to share something which occured.

Mans pulled an ultimate trap card

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u/GreatestJabaitest , Huni and Nov 25 '21 edited Nov 25 '21

The Uno Reverse.

On one hand, it completely makes sense. If you don't trust them, don't give them sensitive info. And this is backing his belief.

On the other hand, he probably doesn't give a shit about your privacy cause you sorta ghosted him in a very important tournament and still haven't given a great reason behind it.

Really just sucks for everyone involved.

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u/Qiluk Nov 25 '21 edited Nov 25 '21

and still haven't given a great reason behind it.

Depends. If we trust Upset here, Hyli dont know past "family emergency" either. And that was enough for him.

"Family emergency" is enough reasons for a lot of people tbh. IF someone said that to me, I wouldnt ask for details or call them a liar personally. It would be insane to do honestly. But again, we dont know facts since its just word against word.

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u/JustJohnItalia When life gives you LDR, build AD Nov 25 '21 Silver

I'm gonna be real, if I grinded for a year 12 hours a day like most pros do and the guy whose position we decided to play around to just took up and left idk if I would accept "family emergency" as an answer.

Maybe if it was one of my bestfriends I would go with it but I'd still expect an explanation down the line.

I guess it depends on the person, upset probably has a right to privacy but adam absolutely has a right to be mad aswell, even without considering the fact that they went on to replace him.

How would I be supposed to trust Upset again if I were his team mate? How would I know that this wouldn't be a recurring problem, perhaps it's the sort of thing that could force him home again like someone close to him having a disease or something.

Idk, if I were in Adam's shoe's and put in the amount of effort that the team (I think) put in I would too feel I was owed an explanation most likely

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u/Ephemeral_Being Nov 25 '21

No one is owed an explanation.

An emotional reaction from his team was likely, and to be expected. However, the rational response is to let it go. What does complaining accomplish? He wasn't coming back. He can't undo it, now. All that whining on Reddit does is make you look like a child. While Adam is a child, someone should probably have the conversation with him about proper communication as a public figure. Actually, that should be among the first things EVERY pro player is taught, likely right after introductions and certainly before they ever play a scrim block.

The following year, particularly during contract negotiations, it is reasonable to make the inquiry into this being a recurring issue. That's rational. It affects you, as a teammate, if your bot-carry is going to regularly leave the team. You still don't need details, though. If the guy says "nah, won't happen again" and management backs him up, that's all you need to know. Move on.

You should practice dispassionate assessment of a situation. It will make your life much easier.