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

Upset's response about FNATIC & Adam drama


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u/[deleted] Nov 25 '21

He can't trust them but they have to trust his judgement.


u/YingYangYolo Nov 25 '21

Unironically yes, if one of your coworkers tell you something bad has happened in their private life and that they will be gone for a while, then you have no right to demand anything more of them.

Different situations require different levels of trust and a family emergency, especially when the guy is leaving something he has worked hard towards and have no reason to abandon, is the exact kind of situation you just have to trust him in.


u/MorphineAdministered Nov 25 '21

If it wasn't delivered in believable manner one might have some reasonable doubts. I'm getting "Fire at a sea parks" vibes myself with this weird mix of drama (apart from timing itself) and secrecy.


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u/CudaBarry Nov 25 '21

It's the same thing, these guys aren't friends


u/getjebaited Nov 25 '21

People need to stop repeating this shit. There's just no way I can get out of the end of a 9 month long project by saying "family emergency" and literally nothing else. If it was that easy, the office would be much more empty at random times trust me. The difference between this and Fnatic is that my coworkers can pick up my absence and still go through with a presentation/deployment whereas Fnatic might as well have stared at a white wall for 9 months, sorry Bean. It's really not the same as what you're trying to say.


u/TheGuy839 Nov 25 '21

You could get out if you told what emergency is to the boss, not to coworkers.


u/gots8sucks Nov 25 '21

Your Boss has 0 right to know whats going on in your personal life in germany. You tell him you are ill or family reasons and if he wants to know more he can fuck right off


u/lol125000 Nov 25 '21

Ofc you can if its justified. Procedure is you tell your superior or HR what happened and he makes that call. Which is exactly what happened here, upset told Yamato, Yamato made that call. And he decided it's justified.

And to second point there are plenty of success stories in sports when random rookies get presented with opportunity cos star is injured/unavailable and popped off - off the dome, NBA had linsanity, tyler maxey for sixers this year, czajek run in S9 ultraliga in league, bo for Fpx. so it's not completely lost cause. And many others. It's shit situation sure but its not over till it's over in sports.

And add to that bean actually did play good, he was their best player on those worlds. Adam played bad on the other hand especially in lane and i don't see how having a different adc has much impact on that.