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I wanted to ask if I can ask about mythological creatures. For example, I wanted to ask about a succubus (What are its physiological details, types, etc.).

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    $\begingroup$ this link is the right place: mythology.stackexchange.com This place would be ideal if your thinking to create a succubus in your current world or create properties for it. $\endgroup$ – Mederic May 30 '17 at 15:09
  • $\begingroup$ This question belongs on meta, but the short answer is yes, check out the creature-design $\endgroup$ – James May 30 '17 at 16:04
  • $\begingroup$ You should have a look at Anatomically Correct Creatures $\endgroup$ – Secespitus May 30 '17 at 20:24
  • $\begingroup$ Do check out our question sandbox. $\endgroup$ – a CVn May 31 '17 at 13:40
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Now that this is on Meta, I feel ok answering it.

Absolutely

We've got a whole bunch of "anatomically correct..." questions, along with several questions that branch off into related topics once that question gets answered. Not to mention a tag.

Some examples:

Anatomically Correct Pegasus (asked just the other day)

Would swimming dragons need wings? (about a week old)

What would a Mermaid’s taste buds be like?

If mountain lions were Griffins, how would it affect other animals?

Does a world with domestic flying creatures (eg: dragons) needs cars, planes and ships?

Take a look-see to see what's already been asked and if you have a new question, just make sure it falls within what's considered "on topic" and avoid being too broad. Old questions will help.

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    $\begingroup$ Thanks for waiting to answer. $\endgroup$ – apaul May 30 '17 at 21:07
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We help people to build consistent, fictional worlds for novels, games, etc. A question like "what is a succubus" would be off topic, a question like "here is the succubus for my setting, are there unintended side effects from the game mechanics" would be on topic.

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