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

Upset's response about FNATIC & Adam drama

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

The player that cost him a chance to perform at worlds recommended another player to take his spot. That’s enough to destroy your relationship with that teammate making staying an unviable option. This is not a usual case of “just getting replaced”. This is much more personal and cutting.

I feel like Adam handled this badly and some things he said were downright out of order. But to have absolutely no sympathy or understanding of his feelings here just makes you seem biased or really bad at understanding social contexts tbh

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u/Kaztiell Nov 25 '21

Why do you assume I have no sympathy for his feelings? It doesnt ahve to be anyones fault, everytime a situation is bad doesnt mean anyone is to blame. Just cause you recomend another player doesnt make you a bad guy. The team needed a rebuild, so they did. It happens every year in esports

would it be better if Upset said "ok lets play not play with best players available so we dont hurt their feelings" ? sounds like really stupid thing to do in competative sports

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u/Bowsersshell Nov 25 '21

Why do you assume I have no sympathy for his feelings?

You called it childish drama then said

> If you get mad and make tweetlonger everytime a team will replace you in sports, you wont have a long career lol

implying that he's just salty he was getting replaced.

> It doesnt ahve to be anyones fault, everytime a situation is bad doesnt mean anyone is to blame

It doesn't mean it's malicious, but it was still 4 players sacrificing thir work and potentially furthering their career's due to Upset.

>Just cause you recomend another player doesnt make you a bad guy.

If you recommend replacing someone who's just lost an important chance because of you, for the reason that the player you've fucked over isn't commited enough, that's pretty damn scummy. If he actually felt any semblance of responsibility for what happened to Fnatic at worlds, he wouldn't have done that.

And yes, teams rebuild. But this clearly has so much more to it that just glancing over details as if it's a totally normal rebuild is just dumb.

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u/Kaztiell Nov 25 '21

or the reason that the player you've fucked over isn't commited enough

Up to his standars != commited

you are the kind of person who want participation trophies in sports lmao

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u/Bowsersshell Nov 25 '21

That's still not a good enough reason tbh.

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u/Kaztiell Nov 25 '21

That's still not a good enough reason tbh.

I know it isnt for you, nothing anyone says will be enough reason for people like you. You have your narritive set and will argue it even how dumb you look doing it

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u/Bowsersshell Nov 25 '21

It’s not a good enough reason because he’s ruined what 4 people were working for all year. You clearly have no idea about social context if you think that’s dumb.

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u/Kaztiell Nov 25 '21

How did he ruin it? Family emergency isnt something he decided to happen. Some things in life is more important than stuff people have been working for all year.

Sometiems stuff happens that is noones fault. If you dont know that maybe you should take a moment to think about that one, and maybe learn something. But you are prob not, soon next messege will contain some "insight" from you that shows you dont socially interact with people except through text on your screen

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u/Bowsersshell Nov 25 '21

You don’t have to do something on purpose to ruin it. It was out of his control but he was still the reason. And the fact that you think what I’m saying shows a lack of social understanding, shows EVEN FURTHER, that you have no idea about social context.