Halo reach matchmaking ban quitting
Anybody know how long the ban lasts?
QQ more little boy. Do not halo reach matchmaking ban quitting me to your private group.
Can't believe threads are made about this kind of stuff. If it's only you and another person, you only have one person to convince. This flag will last a few days.
A ban is the denial of a person or group's access to a service or resource. You get credits even if you lose, so what's the point of quitting?
What i find highly ammusing is that the only argument fanboys can muster against people who find the quit ban stupid is, "Man up". Furthermore, the term "Banhammer" takes on a new meaning in the context of Halo gameplay.
I remember one time playing a team slayer match in halo 3 with my mate and the other three team members quit in that time between the game loading and starting the match.
Bulldawg61 THink of it as driving a car.
And it is there as a deterrant to keep jerks from quitting. I'm trying to think if there is a way to exploit this Well look at it this way, you obviously didn't want to play if you quit, therefore the ban did you a favor.
NakedYo I love how whenever someone points out how idiotic these quit bans are, you always get a bunch of either ravenous bungie fanboys or just downright idiots that somehow idiotically believe there can be some reason to defend this garbage of a ban. Almoest every game I play someone quits or lags out. There are a variety of actions that can result in a ban. A July Weekly Update  stated that the system was being upgraded; the same update announced that the presence of modded content on a File Share would result in a ban.
Search with a full party, run voting, or you know you can quit multiple times and wait 10 minutes to quit again. Players come in, and players leave. The Banhammer is capable of administering bans automatically   and it keeps extensive records both when a ban is administered  and during the course of normal gameplay; records taken in the latter instance can then be analyzed to detect cheat-related behaviors.
And yeah, I quit quite a bit.