I think you should set a rule for some kind of pace that you yourself can maintain, and then boot players who aren't keeping it. Say 1 post per 48 or 72 hours. If the party shrinks significantly then recruit replacements. Otherwise things will continue on at the pace they've been going.
No offense slow posting players. Your guy's posts are great when they're there and I enjoy playing with you, but a game's got to move.
Just to keep you in the loop, I've had a death in the family, and I need to travel for the memorial. I don't know what internet will be like there as it's a small town way out in the desert. I should be back by mid-week next week. I am hoping to get an update completed before I go.
Since it came up earlier...
I have trawled back through the thread, and updated the loot page (still available on Seif's page as a link, but replicated here for your convenience).
Basically, Akhom would *definitely* have been able to afford the 250gp for a camel ;-)
There is also a Brooch of Shielding, and a Ring of Feather Fall which should both be claimed by someone...
I also have a question for the GM:
The magical armor retrieved from the boss pugwampi, what is it actually?
You initially referred to it as a +1 breastplate, but then referred to it as a suit of +1 half-plate later on... Personally, I would prefer the breastplate, but I thought that I should check ;-)
We should also have a look at that book Muqaq pocketed - 'Courts of Stone and Flame'; the only book, strangely untouched, to survive the monastery's fall...
...obviously not when we are in combat, of course ;-)
My 4 year old son saw me updating some posts on the weekend, and asked me what I was doing. I explained it to him, and he started getting really excited, especially about the maps. For the rest of the weekend he kept asking me if he could look at the map again, zoom in on the last gnoll, or if it was time to update the story yet. He thought N'Dateh was a very special warrior. He kept asking, "Has N'Dateh defeated the last gnoll yet?" (we've taken to pronouncing the name as n-da-tay, which seems like the most logical way of saying it, with the N being the n sound, as opposed to the letter "N").
Thought you guys would like to know you have a fan, and that he is rooting for you.