Please,This is not right.
Couple things I wanted to state explicitly:
I do my best not to look at the author name when I interact with post.
I interact mostly with posts on first pages of "new questions" and "active questions" lists, and review queues.
I'm active during certain parts of the day. If you happen to be usually active during similar period, you have higher chance to get a vote or comment from me. If someone posts mainly when I'm not active, it's quite possible I won't see (and thus vote, flag etc) his posts even if they deserve it. See point 2. If this gives someone wrong impression, I'm sorry, but I can't do anything about it.
I do downvote if question is poorly written. Yes, saying "obvious" when something is not, and refusing to elaborate, counts as "poorly written" and "not useful" to me, especially if supposedly obvious condition is crucial to the question.
I sometimes lack language skills, so if I seem snippy or ironic, it usually is language barrier, nothing more. I do my best to avoid that.
None of my real life friends are on Worldbuilding - or if they are, they never told me. Just saying.
I found the basic issue with your question to be simply this: without information, and a lot of it, about where, how and to what degree magic is involved in the process of getting a dead body moving again one cannot begin to understand the degree to which a resurrected "thrall" is impaired compared to a living human. If we don't have a starting point, beyond "weaker than a living person", we can't start to answer the rest of the question. For example the "standard" DnD skeleton is held together and animated by magic powered by the soul of the creature it used to be, it's strength is based in large part on the power of personality of that being rather than it's former physicality. On the other hand in the Dresden Files it is the age of the remains that dictate their power, the freshly dead are weak as kittens but even the smallest dinosaur skeleton is terrifyingly powerful. Without understanding the limits and details of your approach to these issues we don't stand a chance of effectively answering you question.
As to the apparent asymmetry you feel you see in question quality, you need to understand that questions with certain tags, hard-science, magic and evolution are the ones that come immediately to mind have to be better than questions that simply ask for a reality-check or about extrapolations from existing weapons, better is maybe the wrong word; they have to be more exact and more detailed in order to be answered well, or in some cases answered at all.