Why was Predators part 2: How can a boarding action from super aliens be repelled? closed as too story based?
The descriptions of what is "too story based" tend to boil down to what is stated here in this post:
Asking about plot elements such as the actions of characters, rather than about the world in which your story takes place, is off-topic on Worldbuilding. Capabilities of characters within a world and creation of groups of characters (like nations) are on-topic, but questions must focus on what is possible or likely to develop, not what someone would or should do.
The above question is not about a scene, character, or plot point (actually, no one is boarded by aliens in my story at all). The results of this question would only enter the story tangentially by means of setting or understood practice.
Nor is the question about the actions or motives of an individual or even a group. I never ask what anyone would or should do. Rather, it is focused on what sort of defenses would be available and would be likely to be developed and implemented in a world where there were pirates with certain abilities. I originally asked it as part of a development process for certain settings in my world, and to help flesh out my design of an entire species.
If my descriptions of my ship setting or my aliens were not detailed enough, then that might be justification for a "too broad" or "primarily opinion based" closure, but I do not understand how it is too story based.