Falre, that's all good and well in retrospect, but as any rper would know, they're aren't many mods that are regularly present in the role playing section. Thanks much in part to the fact that the majority of good role players there can hold their own in handling spammers.
....Once again I've strayed away from my point. >.> Moderation in the role playing forum isnt very common, and I think I've seen mod interference once in my time role playing here, and that was on my request as a n00b was being a retard in my thread and I hadn't the ability to strangle him myself. >.> Saying the threads will be moved to nonsense is a bit of a stretch unless we're to report each spammed up thread there in the report a topic thread, on which case there's about 10 I could find for you now.
The majority of these are spam, not much else. After the person has said their goodbyes, they're usually gone, so the comments and pleas to come back that you already know will ensue is nothing but people venting to deaf ears. Not quite productive or adding to the role playing environment. The newb role player problem is dwindling down. It's mostly said newbs that have spawned these goodbye threads, because they're learned they aren't cut out for it. So they announce they're leaving, as if in the long run they'll be missed. >.>
As a very common attendee of the rp-ing forum, and infamous despiser of spam and the like, I'd have to say I commend you Katana on the effort that none else have bothered to ponder on, or try to doing anything about, and I also compliment you on what I see as a great idea.
Edit: Tidusora, I don't think it entirely neccesary to have a subforum for it, that would do nothing more than build a massive cause for spam simply out of desire to fill the forum up. A thread, in the long run, would be far more beneficial.