Procedural Question?

If someone were running a daily trivia contest and say, for one day there were no replies, would the contest have to end, because the original poster could not post the next question, due to the no multi-post rule? I want to do a trivia thing but don't want to get a warning....

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  • Space_fetusSpace_fetus Forum Moderator, Game Moderator
    why don't you just edit your post the next day with the new question rather than posting again
  • elemental godelemental god The netherlandsMember

    why don't you just edit your post the next day with the new question rather than posting again

    Because no one then will notice it (it doesnt cone in notification and doesnt bump the thread)

    I assume it is not against the rules to post again if there is more than 24 hours between the last post, though the best is to get a answer from a mod
  • Space_fetusSpace_fetus Forum Moderator, Game Moderator
    @Gollum mind waying in on this?
  • GollumGollum South AfricaMember, Retired Moderator
    Well, I excel at sticking to the forum rules and having strict guidelines determining my actions. I would rather leave it to a more experienced moderator. @Horus
  • HorusHorus EnglandMember, Forum Moderator, Retired Moderator
    I'd advise you to just edit your previous replies, it's always available and keeps the cluster out.
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