The question You are a minor character in a fictional story. How do you get to be the hero? has been drawing some auto-flags (not a bad thing in itself) and the more I looked at it, the more I wonder how it can be on topic.
The question specifically asks:
Can you suggest long-term strategies to -
(a) get yourself promoted to be the main character of the book
(b) for extra kudos, get your name mentioned in the title. Note: At first your character may not even have a name. What would be a suitable one to give yourself?
Especially in combination with the title, I simply don't see how this falls into our scope of worldbuilding. Rather, this seems to fall squarely into actions of individual characters which we list as an example of types of questions that are off-topic and as such not welcome on the site.
Yet that question is currently voted +33/-1, with no close votes.
Is that question even on topic? And if it is, then why is it on topic, when we specifically disallow questions about actions of individual characters as being not about worldbuilding?