I'm not sure this is a good fit for meta or if it should be a chat discussion, but the votes will answer this question.
From my SEDE query (I've always been pretty poor in SQL, so if the query's wrong, I apologies), we can see that the "science tags" are much more popular.
There's a reason behind this, who doesn't want to know how could dragons exist without magic or other crazy questions like this. I find it very interesting myself, and these are in my opinion the coolest questions.
So overall, the science-based questions seems to draw much more attention.
I'm wondering, what could be adapted when writing magic-based questions to make them potentially as interesting as science-based questions?
For example, most of the questions I've seen go along these lines : "Here's my magic scenario, I'd like to know how to do X or Y without involving too much magic". I feel like it is difficult to reflect this intent within the question. And well, it's hard to come up with a not-too-much-magic-please tag.
(This isn't an actual problem, the magic tag is already pretty popular. I'd just want to see if there's be something I could do to make my magic questions more interesting to answer)