For some questions, when I try to flag for closing due to off-topicness, I get three options, one of them with one sub-option:
- Questions about video games are off-topic here, but can be asked on Arqade.
- Questions about the development of video games are off-topic here, but can be asked on the Game Development Stack Exchange.
- This question belongs on another site in the Stack Exchange network
- belongs on meta.rpg.stackexchange.com
(Unhate-able Villains, How do I adapt enemies to the current party's level?, What are the major innovations in Dungeon World compared to D&D 3.5/Pf/4e?, Call of Cthulhu 6th or 7th edition?, Legend of the Five Rings Jiujitsu Alternate Rules, What is "GM/DM Fiat?", What stops you attempting to cast minor and significant formula spells repeatedly until you succeed?, What adventures lie in Laketown from The Hobbit in The One Ring, )
For some questions I get only the first of these two options (One-sheet Savage Worlds adventures: do they only require the core rules?, How do I create a great fantasy villain that inspires the party to rally against them?, My friends and I are new to RPGs and need a system I can DM and they can pick up. Suggestions?, How do you help players not focus on the rules?, From D&D3.5 to GURPS)
An option to tell people with closing vote privileges some arbitrary new reason I (Option “Other (add a comment explaining what is wrong)” as third option) I only get on my own questions, where it counts as a close vote, and not just a flag.
Why is that, and is it supposed to be like that? What's the problem with letting people flag off-topic questions that are not video games questions?