WB:SE is not a discussion forum
The natural creativity of Worldbuilding.SE and the very ambiguity you are discussion are at natural odds with the intent of Stack Exchange and its original site, Stack Overflow. The reality we must abide by is this: Stack Exchange sites are not discussion forums. Consequently, we are bound to the basic one-specific-question-one-best-answer model used by the SE sites. We are lenient, but we are expected to follow the rules.
Asking a duplicate question because you don't like the other answers is fundamentally admitting your question is too story-based
One of the ways we determine if questions are on/off-topic is to judge whether or not the queston is too story-based. Basically, we're here to help you develop consistent rules for a fictional world. This may seem counter-intuitive, but we are not here to help you write your story. That's your job. If you think about it, the only reason you don't like the answers to the previous question is because they don't fit the story you're writing. In other words, the reason you're asking the question is story-based, not worldbuilding-based.
Are you fishing for ideas, or looking for something specific?
As was once said here on meta, many WB questions have some element of fishing for ideas. But, simply looking for ideas to overcome writer's block is not what this site is about (see "WB:SE is not a discussion forum," above). We are developing a catalog of questions to help site users better understand how various question types are on/off-topic. A duplicate question (especially one that naturally generates a list as a response) treads close to the "I need an infinite list of things" question type.
Our question sandbox is your friend!
The very best place you can address this issue is in our sandbox. If posting your question there results in comments that it's a duplicate, that is the best place to discuss why you believe it isn't. It's where you can work out the too story-based kinks and forcus your question on the issue that makes the previous answers unacceptable, eventually crafting the question into something unique and appropriate for the main site.
We don't (and shouldn't) do this on the main site because the process is messy and can be quite confusing to other users, which is not the purpose of the main site.