[quote=“tommygross06, post:1, topic:1540226, full:true”]Of course this blows the match for everyone else and kills the enjoyment of the game.
How does this blow the match for everyone else?
As long as both the Galilea and Ambra were sticking to their collusion, off on their own, and not participating in anything else at all (which is what most pairs that collude try to do), it’s not really affecting anything (it’ll affect xp a tiny smidgen, but not as much as you’d think).
It basically becomes a 4 on 4 match. Only when the kills are completed (if they get completed), will most “offenders” actually begin to take part, making it a 5 on 5.
Also, this isn’t really hyper-competitive PvP with (significant) rewards for winning. If a high ELO actually meant something, I could see this being banned; as it stands, I honestly don’t think too many people care.
Some do, however: I have colluded for a lore challenge this twice; both times, my partner and I refused to take part in anything until we were done getting our kills and made sure to tell our teams exactly what we were doing at the very start of the match (there was no question what we were doing; we made it painfully obvious). Each time, the group as a whole was fully supportive of it because we weren’t making the match lopsided in any way: both teams were “losing” 1 member. Of course, both times, there was someone on a team (once on mine, once on his) that didn’t say anything but obviously took offense to it, going out of his way to interfere with our task (either by killstealing or going out of his way to kill the receiver); ironically enough, in both cases, that person’s own team was getting angry at him because his actions were shifting the fight into a 3 on 4 situation (as we were in an out of the way spot, well away from anything interesting).