A number of questions come our way, usually from D&D and Pathfinder, that are of the following form:
What are all the [spells|creatures|feats|items|...] that have the [fire|supernatural|undead|concentration|forces-a-save|...] property?
See, for instance,
- anyone know of a list of spells for the arcane archer's imbue spell ability
- Is there a list of Cleric and Wizard spells that deal lightning or thunder damage (deleted; 10k+ only)
- Is there a list of Concentration Spells?
- What are all the sources of Constitution damage?
which are just a few I found by searching "what are all the" in question posts.
They tend to get closed, but they also tend to have people arguing for their topicality. Thus I'd like to see a good, community-led discussion on these types of questions.
Note that I don't think these are "list questions" per se, in the Stack-defined sense. (See What are list questions? on this meta, and its linked sources on meta.SE.) In Stack parlance "list questions" are those that present the likelihood of producing a long tail of answers, each of which would present an item in the list. List questions of the Stack-type are off-topic: see Are list/collection questions on topic?.
Rather they're asking for an answer to be a big list. And there are extant examples of those questions being well-received here. I'll put mine on the chopping block and point out that my second-highest-voted question is a blatant list request: What are the playable D&D races in 5e?
So have at it: do we or do we not want Q&A that generates lists? In some cases 'yes' and some 'no'? What sorts of common features do you see differentiating good from bad, desirable from undesirable?