Player A controls Emperor Crocodile and some other creatures. The other creatures leave the battlefield, and only Emperor Crocodile remains. The state-triggered ability is not noticed, and some further actions are taken, say Player A plays another creature and then a draw spell which draws into Tale's End.
After this, it is noticed that Emperor Crocodile's triggered ability was missed. It is decided post-investigation that the infraction will be Missed Trigger (not Cheating), and Player B decides to put Emperor Crocodile's triggered ability onto the stack. Player A responds with Tale's End, countering it.
Can Player B then acknowledge another instance of Emperor Crocodile's missed triggered ability, and put it onto the stack? The reasoning is that the state-triggered ability would have triggered an infinite number of times between the time the last other creature left the battlefield and the time the new creature was played, or at the least, it would have triggered in between every other game action. If not, could Player B have acknowledged multiple instances of the missed triggered ability during the initial judge call, and put all of them onto the stack?