Let me preface this by saying that I disagree with your edit. It's a complete re-write of the question and you used too much guesswork to fill in the blanks for my taste.
I'm not saying small and medium-sized edits should not be done. They should, which is why we can. It's that to me (and presumably others), this particular question was unsalvagable without help from OP themselves, and this answer is based on this context.
Yes, this site does have fairly high standards for users both new and old alike, these standards are there for a reason, namely to ensure that we are a repository of gaming-related questions and answers.
A badly written question will attract downvotes, because it deserved downvotes for not showing any (research) effort, being unclear or not useful.
Furthermore, a question as unclear as this one is utterly useless. Questions like these are put on hold (and specifically not "closed") until we can figure out what exactly it is that OP is asking, using the comments (which are always available), like Studoku did:
Fill it with what? Lava? Copy-pasted rooms which you're too lazy too describe? TNT?
(Now, a point could be made to write a nice introductory text, but since OP did not put in any effort, it is absolutely understandable if someone else doesn't want to put in effort.)
OP can return to this site, notice that they did something wrong and try to improve their question, getting it re-opened as per standard procedure. If the question turns out good, it will attract upvotes for OP (which are worth much more reputation than downvotes partly for this exact reason!) and the site ends up with a good question with good answers that are good for everybody.