If you are familiar with 1DFF's set of rules, this should be no news to you. 5SOSFF follows the same policy against story bumping. To clarify, this is when an author posts chapters (blanks, duplicates, or chapters with authors notes WITHOUT any story content whatsoever) to bump their stories up to the most recents. Whether or not these chapters are deleted, we can check for story bumping fairly easily.
We implement this rule because of it being unfair to other authors. This is, in itself, an act of dishonesty. We want everyone to get a fair shot at being the most recent story. It's also unfair to readers who expect an update, but suddenly find there is nothing new, or of consequence. It's difficult if your story is only one chapter, but has apparently been updated six times since it's publication.
We implore everyone to be honest; write fair, and have fun doing it!
Thank you for your cooperation.
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