The question I answered is What's a good system for many (6+) players?
My answer, deleted by a mod, read:
Personally, I'd go for Warhammer Fantasy RP, either the first or the second edition. (I have no experience with the third one, but that might suit you as well.)
It's grim, dark fantasy by default, but you can tweak it to your needs, obviously.
Character creation, if you know the system well, can be done really fast. Ignore rolling, make up the numbers, or, what's even faster, take some pregenerated characters from the book(s), change their names and a few numbers within the range allowed by the rules and there you go.
The combat (and skill) system is basically a percentile roll and a damage roll (if I remember correctly.) Read through it (it's no longer than about 10 pages?) Strip away most of the optional rules, as well as anything "non-optional" (because for the DM, anything and everything is optional.)
It does play fast even with most of the official optional rules in place. When we played it, turns rarely took longer than what you require.
It has as much combat in it as you put in it. ;) Be warned, though: combat can be pretty lethal, unless you multiply everyone's hit points fairly.
It has very few tracked conditions indeed, especially if you strip away the optional rules.
Note, please, that the above practically holds true of most BRP based systems - like Call of Cthulhu, for example - as well. The reason why I'd go for WFRP is that it's fantasy, and it has an excellent, extensively described world (a lot of description in WFRP1, a bare 10-20 pages in WFRP2, but tons of expansions and novels and whatnot if you have the time and are willing to read up on it. If not, filling out the blanks between the ribs of the skeleton is rather easy.) Also, it's the fantasy BRP-like system that I definitely have experience with. :)
I got a comment from the mod who later deleted the entire answer asking me to provide personally identifiable information, err, I mean, a request saying "Please indicate your experience with very large groups with WHFRP." He also posted a comment below the original Q (people must be flocking to read comments and requirement added by others than the original OP, I guess) warning people of deletion. Later on, he posted a rather insulting additional comment, "notifying" everyone of the deletions.
I chose to delay and consider fulfilling said mod's request for various reasons - least of which is that I think I had a valid answer without the requested info. I answered all the sub-points, recommending a game that matched most and was (is) worthy of consideration. Despite the title of the Q, the OP did not ask for detailed personal experience, and my answer, even though it did almost explicitly imply I had such, would not have been made better by listing said experience(s) in long-winded paragraphs. In my opinion this might be reason enough for some to downvote an answer (though even that's weird, considering that my points satisfied all the points raised by the Q), but for deletion? Seems definite overkill.
I've checked out the "Why was my A deleted" section, yet still can't seem to identify the reason for the deletion. The aforementioned section says the following:
Answers that do not fundamentally answer the question may be removed. This includes answers that are:
commentary on the question or other answers asking another, different question; “thanks!” or “me too!” responses; exact duplicates of other answers; barely more than a link to an external site; not even a partial answer to the actual question
My A does not match any of these. It was not commentary on the Q or other As, was not "thanks!/me too!"; wasn't a duplicate of any other A; was way more than a link; and was, again, way more than a bare partial answer. Apparently, it simply did not fit a certain mod's taste.
My questions here are: Why exactly was my answer deleted? Why was there no explanatory warning about a possible deletion below my A (because, frankly, I usually don't have the time to check back for comments on the Q or others' As)? Will this be a widespread practice on rpg.SE from now on? Are we, users, required to obey mod requests for information and/or answer-expansion?
Just curious. (But feel free to "delete, delete, delete" this Q as well in case... anyone doesn't like it.)