Thank you for taking this to Meta: comments on the question itself were clearly not a productive channel for improving your post.
I need to clear up one misconception above: you say that a member of the community put your question on hold. That's not true. Five members of the community put the question on hold.
As one comment pointed out, only the most-votes-getting close-reason gets displayed. If I recall correctly there were three close-votes for being off-topic as about video games, one as too broad, and one as primarily opinion-based.
Looking back at the early version of your question--which was the one visible when the close-votes were cast--I hope you can understand how someone would think it was about video games. It mentioned players and a session in one sentence, while devoting six paragraphs to video game examples and most of two paragraphs to sweeping generalizations about what "people" think of Templars.
Your latest revision doesn't do much to make things clearer, but you indicate in comments that you are actually asking about TTRPGs, and just thought the video-game examples would communicate your question well.
So now your question's [on hold]. And it's for the wrong reason.
That's okay. The hold is there to stop people from answering a question that's unclear, or off-topic, or a bad fit. Your question is some combination of those. So the hold's doing a good job.
Many users have commented, asking you for clarification or suggesting other ways of approaching the question. Now you should take a look at those comments and look for how to improve and focus your question. If you think you've addressed the issue a comment raises, flag the comment for deletion. (I usually put in the custom reason "obsolete: I now address this in the post.")
Once you edit the question (as long as it's during the next five days), it will be placed in a review queue for reopening. Other users will come along, look at the question, and vote on whether it seems site-ready. Any user's reopen vote will also place the question in that queue, and you can always flag it for an elected moderator's attention if you think everything's in good order and it should be reopened.