So, I tried writing a question with the title: "What's the point of risk, or the advantage of avoiding death, in games that let you return at the same level?"
And as soon as I moved my cursor to the text editor, I got the warning:
"The question you're asking appears subjective and is likely to be closed."
Wow. What algorithm is sure enough to say that, and why? Is it accurate? I suddenly no longer feel like detailing my interesting question.
Is it just because it has the words "what's the point" in it?
Edit: Ok, I see this sub-part of my question is already asked here: Why is my question "subjective and likely to be closed"? and mostly answered by this: How does the automatic subjective filter work? - so it's the word "you" - ok...
I am quite interested in hearing what players think about risk of death in games where if you die, the GM lets you get a replacement character at the same power level you were at. This seems to be a common way people play, and I am really interested to hear what such players think.
Is the problem that there is no one right answer, and so this site just doesn't want that kind of question? Do I need to take this to an RPG forum somewhere else? Any suggestions for a good RPG forum?