I always thought RoL was against the rules but only in extreme cases (i.e. your like 20 feet away from your line)
Yeah, they did reload from 15 feet from the line. Like in many cases, the individual was in the middle of nowhere where the line was not with him. I gave warnings to both the 3eVolt and LIR during that match and certain individuals kept on doing it, the fact of the matter is you break a rule, especially after multiple warnings, you get slayed for it. I don't get the issue with it. I haved played in the EU NWL matches, they slay the first time they see it or after one warning. I gave three warnings and then slayed. Yet the EU's don't even complain about it cause it's just basic line etiquette to not reload 20 feet away from a line, which happened excessively that match. Fact of the matter, I don't want to argue this cause it got resolved in NANWL when literally everyone (even the LIR who got cited for RoL and were in the same match) agreed with the call. The only people who seem to not agree with that call at the time was the team who did it excessively. For the most part I was trying to ignore the comments made about basic knowledge of line etiquette, but seeing as Grimsight and Maccle (both apart of the team that got the slays may I add) had a lot to say, I had to interject. But I will not be replying to anything further since it does not concern anything to do with TNWL, period. Jorge, feel free to delete this comment as well, I would if I were you. Also, bring up evidence of any time I "exhibited power" other than actually slaying for the breaking of rules. Isn't that the "power" that a ref is supposed to hold? Lol. Defeats the purpose of reffing if you don't understand why a ref is there to begin with. At the end of the day, it's a bunch of individuals who broke the rules of the league, didn't like the consequences of breaking rules multiple times, and just want to point fingers and not look at the fact they failed to discipline their guys in certain line etiquette. But anyways, tallyho.
Edit: Found the old video of the match, you can see I gave out so many warnings, and you can pause and see how far away certain people are from their line still reloading.
Also, you can see in the video, there is one instance, one of the only instances where a slay for RoL was give (after multiple warnings) and he was all the way out behind his line still reloading.
So here, I bring facts and evidence that is undeniable and yet you guys still argue that the one slay after multiple warnings was still not considered appropriate. Well, to that I say, thank god I was a referee and regardless of any logical sense or proof I put in this post, it'll still just be shut out with "but yeah RoL wasnt in the rules" or "youre excessively overstepping your bounds squirts". So yeah, I just did my job. :p