Scrolling through the list of tags on a full desktop screen, I see several are truncated. Three in particular caught my eye as they are heavily used on the site. Should their descriptions be abridged to fit in the 3 lines available? Or at least more compacted to try to get more info into those 3 lines? For example, we could get reality-check down as
Asks if a given concept is realistic in a given context. Answers should say yes or no, with support. Contrast with: science-based and hard-science tags. This tag should never be the only tag on a question because this tag frames how a question should be answered, not the topic.
That puts the answering guidance within the visible section.
I supplied edits to a few tags that had no description by looking at the questions that used that tag, but I hesitated to touch any tag with long standing.
Is the general goal to have any tag's short description fit within the ~150 characters?