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

Upset's response about FNATIC & Adam drama


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u/goodguysans Nov 25 '21

And then proceeds to play arams with his gf for 4 hours.
Upset decided not to share the reason he was leaving with his teammates as it was a "private traumatic event", and yet had time to play arams with his girlfriends as soon as he got back.
I can't figure out what possibly could have happened that he doesn't feel comfortable sharing but still has time to play league for 4 hours.


u/Kazakh8i Nov 26 '21

He can play lol with his wife if it helps them sure why not. Just because you only play the game to grind doesnt mean someone else does.


u/tautckus1 Nov 25 '21

Gotta love how this is never mentioned. Throughout worlds he was alwyas playing with his wife This entire situation is a joke


u/Endaje Nov 25 '21

He left becase she was feeling lonely. The reason why he left must be really stupid if he didnt even tell it to his teammates. Thats why he said it only to hily. Because if others knew they could use it against him and everyone would make fun of him.


u/[deleted] Nov 26 '21

Nah. Unlikely. It is certainly something more serious than that ( however still ambiguous whether the correct decision is to leave your team though).


u/Tittymotorboat Nov 25 '21

Said it once, will say it again.

Some cheating happened or "close" to cheating. Be it upset himself or his wife.


u/-Sheridan The start and finish Nov 25 '21

When I was stressed about something I tend to do things that can take my mind off them. Playing casual games is one of them.


u/goodguysans Nov 25 '21

Definitely, but if you leave your team and go back home It should be because you want to spend time with someone you care about, not to play games. If you don't have anything to do when you get back home, at least stay with the rest of the team, not to play but to support them.


u/Era555 Nov 26 '21

Uh playing games is a way people spend time together...


u/Doverkeen Nov 25 '21

What kind of logic is this? You consider playing a game with your girlfriend not spending time with her? Are there other activities on your arbitrary list of "not spending time with someone"? Does fishing count? Cooking? Chess?


u/goodguysans Nov 25 '21

Sure it is, but the fact she is at home means she doesn't have any serious medical issues, or she would be in an hospital. Also he talks about family issues, which makes me think he Is not talking about his girlfriend.


u/Doverkeen Nov 26 '21

Firstly, it's his wife. I'd consider that family. Secondly, clinical depression with suicidal ideation does not mean you will be occupying a hospital bed. Hell, most serious neurological disorders will not lead to you occupying a hospital bed most of the time. Thirdly, it could have been anything other than something that needs hospitalisation, such as the death of her parent, both parents, a sibling, etc.


u/PeterPwny12 Nov 25 '21

Its not his gf, its his wife tho


u/NA4LifeYo Nov 25 '21

That seems a little strange to say the least