I noticed GcL put comments under answers to the this question and edited its title with this edit description: "Removed personal tone from title."
Can I make a Wall of Stone with 7200 hit points?
Can a Wall of Stone be made with 7200 hit points?
And the comments:
This answer would be better without addressing the OP directly in the answer. Essentially, drop the "you". Suggest something like "Using 5x5 panels is not available."
This answer would be better without addressing the OP directly in it.
In all honesty, I have seen countless questions using "I" or "me" and countless answers using "you" (including rules-centric ones). I actually thought some of the personalization was helpful and had read the use of "you" as the generic pronoun form seen in "brushing your teeth is healthy".
But now I find myself questioning whether that was really the case. What do others think of the differences between these two styles of question and answer. Are there pros and cons to each? What should I consider when choosing between these styles?