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I've been noticing questions and answers regarding homebrew content offer a lot of insight in understanding and designing features for the games I play (as GM and PC), like this recent one: How might this homebrew undead hybrid character type unbalance combat compared to non-undead creatures?
After reading and incorporating feedback from the community, I'd like to share the result of the interaction. I'm thinking of two cases:
Case 1. Further tweaking of the content, as if it is a second round of iteration. This would be work-in-progress.
Case 2. Possibly inspiring (or getting inspired by) other people with similar questions and/or ideas. This would be a final result of the homebrew content.
How to follow-up with updated versions of homebrew content?
Let's use the linked question as an example:
- Do I edit the question to include the updated content (like a next version, under the original version)?
- Do I ask an entirely new question with the updated content?
- Do I use another feature of this platform (of which I'm yet unaware)?
- Or is this platform actually not suited for such feedback cycles and iterative design?
Ideally an answer to my question covers both cases and shows me relevant policies (or etiquette) when dealing with iterative design of homebrew content on this platform. I'm not interested in opinions on the matter.