A recent question asked for some relatively localized information subject to change and received 3 close votes. I rephrased it to ask for external sources/links to the information which would presumably remain more up-to-date, but it still garnered two more close-votes. The question deals with pricing, but after ceding the maintenance of the information to an external site, the well-rehearsed "pricing" = "too localized" issue seems moot.
Are these sorts questions that want external sources to changing information off-topic? It seems like the site could serve as a fairly effective broker of turning some naturally phrased question into cold, hard URLs.
There's the trite "links could die", but a good answer should use some sort of official link that should be far less susceptible to that than the more problematic forum or blog post.
Perhaps this is clouding the issue and the original question was fine; World of Warcraft and EVE: Online have not, to my knowledge, changed their pricing at all in their entire several-year run. An answer those sorts of questions has been far less "localized" than their actual content (which we categorically allow) which changes from expansion to expansion (or even patch to patch). (I don't know anything about UO though)