Our site generally has a fairly strict policy for deleting answers that don't really answer the question, eg. advice not backed up by system expertise (see eg. this Meta and this). I flagged this answer as Not an Answer because it doesn't really answer the question, and my flag was declined. (update: seems that it was eventually deleted)
The question asks: "Is my homebrew balanced?"
The answer's parts, relevant to the question:
This is okay...
(two chapters discussing the names of class features)
With some fixes, this could shape up to be a great class.
No part of that answer makes any attempt at reasoning for or against the homebrew class's balance. It just says "That's ok". That's Not an Answer.
Why was my flag declined? If answers to other questions are NaA for not showing their work, do we really want to keep unreasoned answers around in homebrew evaluation questions?