There are battles that can be done over the Wi-fi and connections, but in some cases when you're about to win - the opponent rage quits. Of course, the opponent COULD have had a black out, or battery shortage and their DS could've died, losing connection. But out of all moments - could it simply coincide with the moment you're going to win?
This often results in loads of frustration, but let's face it: the opponent was losing at that moment. I wouldn't be surprised if they rage quitted. I probably would've done the same if I was losing a battle.
However, while I know this is simply an action resulting from a burst of emotion, by rage-quitting, the supposed-winner loses their chance to win. In other words, nobody gains anything from the battle except anger.
What do you think about it? Is it a forgivable attitude? Or must there be a penalty? If there IS a penalty for rage-quitting, then is it enough?