In a recent meta question, we had a user bringing a fair point:
I have read the thread. But does a meta-discussion overshadow the official page I've cited? Isn't that illogical? How would a user know what's on-topic if they have to search the Meta site first?
While the page mentioned (https://rpg.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic) does not explicitly state that rule intent is on-topic, it also does not state otherwise. It is also not stated in the questions to avoid. However, we have deemed them off-topic for about two years already.
Should we include the information on the Tour, or in some of the help pages?
Note: This has been discussed in this question: Should we add 'designers intent' questions to the "don't ask" questions list on the tour? - but two out of the three reasons given by doppel seem to be dated by now, so I wanted to revisit such idea.