In this scenario, how do I determine whether the enemies are surprised? was originally a series of related by (arguably) separate questions linked to a common example scenario. The question was closed as too broad presumably because voters felt the question needed to be broken up. The question was then edited to be a general question which (arguably, though I had reservations) contained all the specific questions that OP wanted just wrapped up in a very general question.
I commented that the post should not be reopened unless OP approved the drastic edit to their question.
OP indicated that they wanted to break up their question into separate questions instead of one big general one.
Perhaps a good candidate to split off is the question (Q1) for other rule sources, other than PHB 189. Also, Q2 and Q3 can be stand alone questions. – svenema 18 hours ago
Despite this, the question was reopened and answers came in.
Now OP wants to know how they can ask their question they way they wanted to.
The question is no longer on hold. I would prefer to repackage as a few more precise and stand alone questions. What do I do? Should I keep or delete this question, because there are already some answers? 4 hours ago
Moreover, the answers the answer has gathered thus far have not addressed the questions that OP originally had specifically laid out. Thus, the current iteration of the question is not getting the answers to the questions that OP is trying to ask.
How should this proceed forward so as to give OP the chance to ask their question in a way that they want and that fits the stack?