A new user has posed this homebrew review question, which has gone through a ton of edits and is seemingly in a rollback war between users:
There is currently 1 answer to this question and it's premise stems substantially upon flawed information (hit points and full impacts of the Sporeshrooms being on the field) that was provided by the querent in an early revision, sort of codified by another user in a later revision, and contradicted several times by the original user as they workshop through the question. As a quasi-expert, I think it may have been appropriate to have inquired in greater detail about the information before posting an answer, however, that didn't happen.
I have asked several additional comments requesting the user to clarify the question. Personally, I feel these questions needed to be answered before any answer can be provided, but that's neither here nor there.
Regardless, the querent seeks to implement edits to address my comments and keeps getting rolled back to a version that preserves the validity of the existing answer.
In addition, they have attempted to open a new question to incorporate the revisions, but have been blocked there as well.
How do we deal with this? I'm not sure our standard practices are appropriate nor fair here to the querent.