Numenetics
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Are questions about LARPs on topic?
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Yes, I don't see why not--the demographics of the community would determine whether they get answered and how they are voted. That said, I don't know much about what kind of LARP questions there ...

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Are questions about RPG related comics on topic?
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Yes. One thing worth considering here is that a lot of times those novels/comics can be canon for the setting, and thus are in some ways a form of sourcebook. If the question is referencing the ...

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Is the "system-agnostic" tag really necessary?
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Based on the disagreement over what "agnostic" means in this context, (is it "universal" or "could apply to multiple/many/most systems?"), I'd suggest the term system-neutral as an alternative. I ...

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Is a "house-rules all-call" appropriate for this site?
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Personally, I would rather have system+topic specific questions, but that may just be personal preference. I think that as long as it doesn't duplicate an existing question (there are a few houserule ...

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Linking articles to answer questions
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I agree with myzplk and Bryant, but I think that a sort of "annotated bibliography" approach should be encouraged rather than just a bare link. Someone providing a bit of context or a snippet of ...

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Are the "games" and "roleplaying" tags redundant?
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"Roleplaying" could be a useful tag to mark questions about the "acting in character" part of gaming, as in the distinction roleplaying vs. combat. There might be a better tag for that, though.

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Are "list questions" on topic?
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It seems that we're conflating two categories of question here. Stefano is talking about lists of custom spells, etc., which are really a form of the best practices/techniques that Bryant mentioned. ...

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Is my 'question seeding' appropriate?
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I think at this point, while we are in private beta, it seems okay, since it's important for us to build up a question base. If someone were seeding later with questions that they didn't necessarily ...

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What are the community standards regarding publishers answering questions about their products?
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My thought is that publishers come with equal footing as everyone else. I liked your answer, because it gave me a sense of the setting. I also get a sense that someone who plays MW might experience ...

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Should questions be for trivial definitions?
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It seems to me that if the answer can be found almost effortlessly by just checking wikipedia or a dictionary then it doesn't need to be a question. What is railroading / sandboxing are maybe more ...

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