First sorry this will be a bit long (and sorry for my not so great english, is not my first language):
Indeed maybe I've gone a bit overboard with last 2 paragraphs and I am sorry if I offended anyone, that was not the intention. I know no1 had bad intentions.
On the other hand pls. understand my point of view. Before posting a question I usually make my own research, corroborate results with friends (if mmo as in this case). This usually takes hours. In this case before posting the question it took weeks (not to mention my over 4500 hours in game). I read/watch over 30 articles/videos etc., took all I got from it, meet with friends and what they found, and posted the question. My hope was to find some NA/Rus/Kor player (I'm on EU) that may have access to other data (especially Kor since I can't read anything in that language). When we decided to put the theories on we also filtered them. The original list had over 10.
Now imagine my frustration when half of that work is deleted without even a comment. Now double it since is not the first time.
Those things are there to avoid answers based on threads like this (this looks like a direct answer but that picture is actually trolling - is edited, not from in game): https://www.reddit.com/r/blackdesertonline/comments/6lqhlj/what_does_investing_energy_to_a_city_do/. Without that note, I could not downvote an answer like this (I would have no basis for it).
Anyway, sorry again if I offended anyone. I consider that whoever edits a question should take in consideration what op needs/wants to know. Basically a bit moderation when moderating because getting an actual usable answer to questions about games that are not "popular" already got extremely hard without removing extra data.
One last note regarding "we trust our users, especially high rep ones". That rep is result of service for community and should be respected. But there are 2 issues with that (that we can't solve but I'm pointing them out anyway). First, you can easily shoot rep up by playing a game like minecraft (is an example) that has thousands of questions and help others with it. Or pokemon go 2 years ago (there were like hundreds of questions/day, with simple answers)? That doesn't make that person a good editor, moderator, etc. Rep sais he is valuable to the community, not in what way.
And second for some users (and I am NOT pointing fingers, nor speaking about current case), if you look at the way they behaved (comments, answers etc.) at lets say 20k rep you will notice a little difference between that and how they behave now at 100k+ rep. You will notice that they used to be polite. They used to accept that they may be wrong. Etc.
The SE rep system is the best I've ever seen so far, but pls. understand that is not perfect. I've seen a 15-20 rep user simply crushed by some bigger users and I'm sure that if some of you would want you could do the same to me (just minus everything I post until I get to 0 rep; since I don't play super popular games getting + to compensate would be hard and for an 100k+ loosing 500 rep would be nothing).