I'm curious about the time sensitive Nature of some Magic-The-Gathering questions, and whether these types of questions are really on-topic or not. For example, take this question:
At first it seems ok, but it was state that this question was meant for Standard (Type II). For those of you not familiar with this, Standard in Magic tournaments means the latest 2 blocks (typically 3 sets per block) and the latest core set. The problem with this is that every year (and even every three months or so) the card pool drastically changes. So a year from now, unless someone has gone and added a new answer, the answer to the above question is out of date.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but part of the point of the Stack Exchange network is to provide answers to questions that shouldn't change much. So this begs the question, should questions about deck builds based on the standard (or even extended) format be considered on-topic?