In this question on whether a Sorcerer can twin cast Simulacrum, the querent had originally included the following line:
Usually a Sorcerer does not have access to the Simulacrum spell, but he could use Wish to cast it.
Before any further edits, answers were submitted but none considered the case of Wish or how it might interact. They all focused on Simulacrum targeting requirements.
The question was then edited to reflect more clearly that Wish was involved.
After that, the querent returned and edited the question to explicitly include multiclass and wish options. Then another editor came later and fully removed the Wish part.
In this type of situation, is it better to leave the question as-is with the assumption that wish is what's necessary in order for a Sorcerer to Twin spell it to be responded to or clarified/corrected in answers or should we change the question to fit the answers that have come in after?
Or should there be a different way of approaching this?
The edits and timing under question are from both the querent as well as other stackizens and looking for direction on how to approach for both querents and editors.