Posted 10 October 2018 - 07:36 PM
That is true, to give the same example through a real life scenario, I know someone that got their drivers licensed revoked and the years just kept being added on. Once this person did not see a light at the end of the tunnel, they said "Oh well, I'll just drive anyway" they did not see a reason to behave because as they saw it, it could not get much worse. I've thought plenty, if the justice system allowed for a fresh restart apon the requirement that the bad behaviour stops, this would cause people an incentive to behave properly. Mt, you are that justice system. With a clean slate, these very toxic players may find a reason to stop being toxic. It may work for some and not for others but either way, even if it works for one, it will have been beneficial to their opponents. The stubbornly toxic players simply stay banned and nothing changes in their behaviour. The ones this idea will be successful for, well, this "clean slate" is solely for them, not the ones it does not work for. If this is successful, mt, the victims of the texocity, and the (former) toxic players all benefit from this atleast in the cases involving the other wise, toxic reports.