Post by Emily White on Aug 6, 2016 13:20:46 GMT -5
My sincerest apologies for the immense delay, I meant to do this days ago but it completely slipped my mind due to recent happenings.
Threads as of May 20th can only be claimed after completion or abandonment. I don't see any signs of these threads being completed, so just to be sure, do you wish to abandon them? You can find more information on the effects of this ruling here. I promise a swift reply after your answer.
Post by Alexander V. Terada on Aug 6, 2016 17:35:19 GMT -5
Pretty certain on all the threads, except 'Paperwork Kills' and 'To Arms'. All the threads I'm trying to claim for have been inactive for more than two weeks now (which is as far as I'd gotten on my initial understanding of this stuff), and pretty sure they're dead. I am however just going to quickly hit up the people involved on the two threads I mentioned, the two more recent ones, since you brought the new GP claiming rules up. (Should probably try to satisfy the, 'trying to communicate with the other players and find a way to complete the thread', part. You know, before I try and claim the GP and look like a hungry jerk who's throwing away the large amounts of potential GP others have earned and would probably like to have, just for the sake of getting mine sooner.) Will do that now, hopefully get back to you swiftly...
Not sure about the execution thread, the whole thing wasn't really a 'character's interacting' thing, with a beginning and an end. So I don't know if I should be exclusively able to claim GP on it just because I was the last to post. It was more of a 'everyone saying what their character was up to during the execution' kind of thing. You know, the spectator thread. Personally I'd say everyone should be able to get GP on it, but meh, not staff...
Distribution of GP: 933 - 720 for Stats - 200 for Skills = 13 Banked GP
To address the concerns of thread abandonment on some of the threads:
"Dragonflies and Tea" - No Posts since August. The other participant hasn't been online for almost seven weeks now, is marked as inactive and I've been unable to contact. "To Arms!" - No Posts since July. One participant hasn't been online for almost six weeks now, is marked as inactive and I've been unable to contact. The other participant is similar, though only inactive for just over three weeks, has not responded to any PMs sent prior. "Fame is Relative" - Iko