Ah, yes, this point will ask you, the readers, for some input. Look, on the one side, I don't have anything against Guest Stars. They help me making up minor story happenings until big events like the Battle at Mangaia. I can understand that most of you who haven't gotten a GS place would like to have one. Well, that proves to be a problem. I can't reopen the GS list until next year, at the earliest. Why, will be covered later. Anyway, I already said that I have a story to tell. Guest Stars change that story, postpone it at the best, and I don't like that. Then I'm thinking of shutting down the GS stuff completely. But that would make many people angry, and I don't want to loose any of the few readers I've got. Of course, when someone likes my comics and is active in the topic, then I think he'd deserve a GS spot. But then someone posts once, says he wants to GS, and sends in a noobish sheet. What should I do then? Say no?
Then another problem arises: People who already got a GS place stopped reading (or at least, posting about) my comics. What could I do then? I could delete them from the GS list, yes. But what happens when they return? They probably would be angry at me, and I don't want that. But I kind of understand when somebody leaves. I can't exactly say that I was fast in building in the few GS I've got into the story.
To make it short, I'd prefer not to have any Guest Stars, or only a few selected. But I feel bad when rejecting an application. They provide me with minor story material, but hinder me in making my own story.
What do you think? Post your responses. PM me. Whatever.