For posting etiquette, I would simply say that each of us can post as soon as the other two have had a chance. I do not believe that it should necessarily have to be myself and then @Merciless Medic and then @kyuukestu for every "cycle". If the other two people have a post above your most recent post than it is your turn and feel free to post. .... For example, I will only post when the two of you have each had the chance to respond to my posts, and I will only respond when each of you have had a chance to respond to ensure the integrity of a story continuum. If that means @kyuukestu posts before @Merciless Medic sometimes, and at other times @Merciless Medic posts before @kyuukestu than that should not impact the story. As the "current poster" will simply summarize (and determine sequence of what happened first) within both previous of the posts. For another example, in my most recent post, I had @Merciless Medic arrive first as he asked Harmony a question, and made sense for her to answer that question as if it was only the two of them, prior to her responding to the arrival of @kyuukestu etc. I imagine that it could take a couple of posts each to learn the "rhythm" of each others' posts and how sequencing should happen? I am of course open to other suggestions, but feel allowing more "freedom" as long as each posts I do, etc would allow more posts to happen as if @Merciless Medic is ready to post today and would not be available for another few days and @kyuukestu had not posted but will be able too post tomorrow, than I would say have Medic simply post, and then Kyuu when free, and then myself and then repeat the same "logic".