I was on the site today, and I noticed this recent question get closed as "primarily opinion-based".
However, when I was browsing through unanswered questions for the same game, I found another question which was also one of those 'close-to-opinion' types.
This second question had been closed before, but given a new title and reopened.
Currently it is open and the title is
"Is Wukong a viable champion?".
The first question is closed, it's title is
"Is Evelynn viable anymore? [on hold]".
Both questions highlight some of the champion's strengths and basically ask "Why is this champion not viable?"
Now, both have answers but neither have accepted answers. They both have little discussions in the comments, and this meta question was linked from the second question's closure.
I'm just not sure what to do, I know it can't be right, having one question closed and the other open, when they are both the same question with only one changing variable.
I don't have enough rep to start a vote to close or re-open questions.
So I was wondering if the community could tell me:
as an average user of this site, what do I do when I come to something controversial like this?
Do I flag it for mod attention? If so, do I need to flag both questions?
Do I comment with links to the other question? But I don't want to 'spam' the comments section.
I'd like to be able to do something, rather than have it sit there and cause confusion because no one knows what to do.
If anyone could provide an answer as to what the average user could do in a situation like this, that would be perfect. And if they could recommend what to do now, based on the general things-to-do in this situation, that would be even better.