I think we should close World of Warcraft questions and direct them to Epic Advice. I would assume most WoW questions would have already been answered or would receive better responses at Epic Advice.
But ... is World of Warcraft not a video game?
Yes, players may be better served at Epic Advice, but that said, I don't see why we would need to make a rule against the content.
Put another way: most gaming questions can be answered on some other site out there, whether a game-specific site (such as The Vault or CivFanatics) or a more general one (such as GameFAQs). The logic used to shut down questions on WoW could easily apply to any game where there is a highly-devoted following with its own web presence.
Thus, I'd say not a great idea.
There is no reason that we cannot coexist with another site peacefully. For example, back on Stack Overflow, we get questions about SharePoint. There is also a SharePoint Overflow, which specifically is about all kinds of SharePoint stuff. We don't automatically close SharePoint things back at Stack Overflow just because it overlaps with another site.
Certainly, there might be better answerers at EpicAdvice. But we also are gamers, some who probably play WoW, so we should have the capacity to answer questions that end up here.
Although Epic Advice has an obvious appeal, I would like to bring up a problem with making gaming.se subordinate and closing all WoW questions / forwarding all WoW questions to Epic Advice.
Epic Advice is considered NSFW: as in it will be blocked by a lot of daytime/work content filters that stackexchange isn't. I dont know if this is entirely relevant, but as soon as a site is blocked it will stangle a certain amount of the community.
Also, for me the crux is this: do we want a significant amount of community (who have knowledge about games other than WoW) to go to another site and not contribute here? (why manage your presence on 2 BBs when it could be just one?)
In my opinion, we should be working together with Epic Advice (preferably on the SE 2.0 engine) where Epic Advice is The One Resource for anything WoW.
The reason behind this, is that the WoW community is large enough to sustain a seperate site, and prevents gaming to be over-flooded with WoW questions. (we're a gaming site, covering console, PC and arcade, and not a 75% WoW site, doing the other things as a side job.)
Also, MMO games, usually have to deal with changing content, where most released games don't have that problem.
I would like to see a message similar to this in the FAQ
If you have a question about World of Warcraft, we have a seperate dedicated site for you, over at Epic Advice
I agree with alexanderpas, but I'd be more precise. When someone ask a question about World of Warcraft on this site, as soon as he enters the WoW tag on this site, Epic Advice should be suggested and also searched for similar questions.
Questions should be crossposted on Epic Advice, too.
I also think questions on Epic Advice should not be crossposted here.