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When I ask any question whether it's here or in real life, I will always try to lay down a foundation on what I'm asking about just to give context to anyone who could answer. This tends to make my questions look long to anyone who wouldn't give a damn about what I'm talking about.
I've asked a question very recently that was closed for being unclear apparently by people who haven't played the game and has no idea what I was talking about. (another issue that I won't go into here)
The way it was phrased was a product of me trying very hard not to spoil what happens in the game. Granted, even if you had played the game, it could be more confusing than not and I could improve it and that's what I'll do. But I was more concerned about not spoiling the game for anyone who casually came across my question.
Should I really go out of my way to avoid spoilers in my questions? Or should I just ask my question and spoilers be damned?