It's a well known fact that Nintendo is very strict with its policies, and this includes the behaviour of players online. It's a reason (amongst others) as to why voice chat is disabled on titles such as Mario Kart 8 and Splatoon, as the possibility of cyber-bullying is significantly reduced. Although it's possible to chat on Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, it's limited to friends - and only in the lobby area. However, despite the absence of voice chat in Super Smash Bros. against other online players, it's still possible to receive an almighty slap on the wrist from Uncle Nintendo.
YouTube channel GameChap has identified five different ways to become banned online, explaining each method in its usual and distinctive tone. Here they are below, but be sure to watch the video as they explain each one in further detail:
1) Moving around the stage without attacking anyone
2) Idling and doing absolutely nothing
3) Using the same move over and over again
4) Repeatedly targeting one player
5) Repeatedly making silly noises (well, that's actually a combination of 1 and 3)
What do you think of the banning criteria? Some agree due to keeping spamming players at bay, while others argue that the game should be played however the user wishes to play it. Have you experienced any of these before?