Context: in the Writer's Group subreddit, there's the rule that you have to critique, not just submit drafts/stories to be critiqued, which makes me think what I'm doing right now is very wrong.
If you look at my questions, not counting the ones that have been deleted by me or the bots, you still have 288 left. Just 12 more and I can hold off the Persians, assuming I can bottleneck them first.
Yes, some of it wasn't well-received, but my current "streak" looks promising. However, I've never really given answers, only 26. That's one answer for every eleventh question. And some of those were poorly received.
That gap will only continue to grow over time, as I still didn't ask about how werewolves and other furred demi-humans keep themselves flea-free.
I also had many questions, regarding dragons, a tag that seems to be an attention magnet. Of course, I developed the concept over time, such as having dragons initially use a biogenic oil as a breath weapon, then aqua regia, then sulfuric acid, then micromachines that were powered by the acid. This happened with other variables as well.
To be honest, that tag seems perfect for "milking". I mean, what is a dragon? A miserable pile of secrets!.
It still just feels
wrong wrong. I mean, when developing a world I don't think even a thousand questions will be enough, but I asking them without giving many answers in return.
Is it okay to do what I'm doing?