I'm curious as to the minimum time a PC is required to spend managing a task in order to reap the rewards (i.e. XP) from a specific task. For instance, p. 129 encourages rulers who adventure at least once per month. Is there a minimum amount of time they must spend overseeing their domains? Likewise, how about a priest establishing a church. The rules on p. 124 go into the means of attracting congregants, but doesn't explain how much time the adventurer must spend. My gut feeling is as follows:
*Unless otherwise stated, a PC must spend a minimum of one week per month running their association. When they are not physically present they need to appoint someone to oversee the position in their place, preferably a henchman.
*If the PC spends more than two weeks away their appointed overseer gains 1/2 of whatever XP would normally be gained and the PC gets the other half.
*The adventurers must spend one full month out of every six administering their realm/church/guild/whatever. This is in addition to the minimum of one week per month.