I have perfectionism anxiety about my creature design and world building, which sometimes come in attacks that compel me to ask a question on here that was dumb or obvious to me later. At least three are iterations of my hyperfixation character asking if it looks physiologically sound. These are embarrassing to me and make my social anxiety with using this site worse.
A few other questions are based on me misunderstanding some concept making my question unanswerable. With at least one I made a mistake which resulted in me asking the question wrong, which I can't edit enough to fix because it would invalidate the answer I got before I realized my mistake (I'd like to rewrite that one entirely as well but it might be deemed too similar if I try with a new post).
Is there anything I can do to get rid of these old questions I have issues with?
Links to previous iterations of my beloved: Is this creature's proportional head size feasible? How to support a large head on a horizontally attached neck Are this creature's proportions realistic? Glad to see how far I've come. Still kind of miss the wide salamander face; A good mix of cute and creepy, but the hyena inspired skull makes more sense now.
Okay I've looked back on some others and they weren't as bad as I remembered.