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In my proposal to repeal the DGtS policy, I wrote: we can and should craft some guidance to nudge users in the right direction when approaching untagged or under-specified questions. This is intended to be a community effort, though I have done my best to put out a high quality first draft for us to work with. Once we’ve settled on something we’re all ...


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Your first sentence: As part of the financially incredibly successful Avatar Legends: The Roleplaying Game Kickstarter, Magpie Games released a Quickstart, available for free after sign-up in the mailing list. made me feel like you were more interested in promoting a product than in getting an answer to a real question you had. You added extra text to your ...


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It's on-topic, but ... While system-introduction is something that we cover here at RPG.SE, the question itself doesn't seem like the type to generate good quality content. If you look at the other questions that you linked, you can see that each of them explains why they need the system introduction and provide more context for answers to go off of. ...


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I don't think the flaw is strictly in the question type We don't require questions to have a high mastery of a given system. And I think that extends to asking for an overview of how a system works. That should be something an expert can answer and help with, and I think it's something we can do really well. And I think you've found several – well three, I'm ...


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Questions should generally present a problem that isn’t solvable by just reading the rules. Your question needs to make it clear why just reading the rules doesn’t solve your problem. This is essentially the first point of the help article on how to ask a good question: Have you thoroughly searched for an answer before asking your question? Sharing your ...


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