In the almost 5 years on forums, I have seen 4 different approaches on RPGs, even further divided with nuances. Which is yours? 1.RP-ing is a hobby and one will post whenever feeling like posting. Nobody should be reminded about owing posts, no matter that a certain character's post which isn't happening is blocking several important threads. (Eg, the captain who doesn't order the battle starting on one side, while the enemy is already firing, or the missing master gunner to actually order the fire, or the spy who has to deliver the vital information... or even the king opening a festivity. In some case, they are blocking only one vital thread, but on the outcomes of this thread several others are affected. And if it is one writer who has several characters not posting... then it is worse). 2.A character should be sorted as inactive(or deleted, if the site doesn't use inactives), losing their position and face claim, if they don't post in one month (or miss an activity check). 3. If a character hasn't posted for a while, but he isn't involved in any ongoing thread (ie not actually owing posts/ blocking a thread) it is OK. 4. If a character hasn't posted for a while, even if the writer is active with other characters, he loses the faceclaim and position if the character would have been needed in the story in some threads in the meanwhile, because he hadn;t done his duty in the story. Which is your stance and why?