Just add 3d-space where applicable.
The tag volume was created recently and is presently on zero questions. We don’t need to create it and make it a synonym. Just use 3d-space.
The tag description of 3d-space already covers questions about volume calculations:
For questions that primarily involve calculations, coordinates, and movement within the imagined 3-...
That's not a suggested edit thing, that's a tag order thing
Main meta Q on this: Diff shows tag being added and removed in the same revision
The answer to which explains:
The tagging system automatically sorts tags based on how many times they're used. However, this is relatively new, so when a new edit is processed for an old post, the system sees the sort ...
Nothing is wrong with just editing tags
Maybe you just doesn't have the time and/or energy to go through editing the entire body of the question and so you only edit the tags, which are, for me, a much less taxing edit.
I honestly can't see anything wrong with such an action. The question was already recently active, so the bump won't do anything. The in-...
I think that the suggested approach is probably formally correct, but operationally not very impactful
I think that, if we were building an SE-like site from the ground up, this might be a principle that would be pretty sensible to incorporate. For maximum searchability and flexibility of archived content it would be favorable to have tags be as generic as ...
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Actually, I think this tag is fine
The reason we don't have too many tags like this (and thus usually don't tag like it) is that we decided not to have tags for individual spells. You'll see one of the artefacts of that in the spells tag's synonyms.
However, certain systems will implement certain concepts as specific spells, and (for one reason or another) ...
It's not a good tag
Simulacrum in 5e is an illusion spell that makes a construct. Both would work. A tag for a single spell is not good and it is general consensus not to do it: with some few exceptions, single spell tags are far too narrow to be useful. It currently is the only question with that tag, making it even less useful to find others. The other two ...