I posted a question about a feature in the Skyrim DLC before it was released and it was quickly closed, which I understood. However after the release of the DLC I edited the question to make it relevant so I could receive and it was possible for it to be answered since the content it was based on had been released. However shortly after I submitted my request for the question to be reopened i was deleted which I did not understand. I was told it was closed because The DLC had no been released so why the sudden deletion when it became relevant?
I was one of the three people who voted to delete it. Sorry about that!
While agent86 is correct in explaining why it was closed, in any normal circumstance, your question would've likely been reopened, having survived through the pre-release period.
To that end, we briefly discussed re-opening your question in chat, but I placed the third vote to delete (and thus deleted your question) because it was one of a number of questions that asked the same thing: what changes did Dawnguard bring to curing lycanthropy?
And we also have another question that's been around since the beginning:
Because questions can attract new answers and existing answers can be edited, it's not necessary to re-ask a question when new information that can extend or invalidate existing answers comes to light.
So, since we had a number of duplicate questions already, I:
- added a bounty to the original question asking for information from the Dawnguard DLC
- voted to delete your question, being already closed and one vote away from deletion anyway
I should've left a comment pointing you to the canonical question, and I'm sorry I didn't.
This is the question (10k only):
In the run-up to the Mass Effect 3 launch, the issue of what we do with questions asked pre-release was brought up, and the community consensus was that they would be closed and deleted. You can see the rationale behind this decision here on meta: