Related, maybe even duplicated, but it really did not seem to address my question/problem.
Let say that I found a question that is based on a fundamental mistake (e.g. a misunderstanding of a rule, in this case how many actions he can do with the ready action in DnD-5e). The first thing to do is to give a comment to the OP that his question is based on a mistake. The problem is that is highly probable that if the mistake is fixed the question is not longer relevant or be substantially different. In that case it should be voted to close or, at least, flag it (but wouldn't flagging it be redundant?). The thing is, the options given to vote to close are:
- Duplicate question
- Off-topic (with sub-reasons)
- Unclear what you're asking
- Too broad
- Primarily opinion-based
It is not a duplicated question, nor an Off-topic, unclear (it is clear what he is asking, just fundamentally wrong), too broad and opinion based. Which one should I have to choose, if any? As the related meta question stated, the problem is not the question itself, but the foundation of the question.