Hello, demeta! First of all, thank you very much for your honest feedback and constructive criticism. I find it very helpful. I'd like to touch on a few things that you raised.
I think you may be mistaking being unfriendly with the need to keep the TibiaQA knowledge base clean. If the questions or answers are removed, closed or moved it's never done with the intention to pick on a certain user. It's done to keep the knowledge base in the best possible shape. TibiaQA is not a discussion forum and so the rules/guidelines here are completely different from those you may know from other discussion boards. TibiaQA is way more like a wiki. You wouldn't want to see seven different wiki pages for a single thing you want to check, would you? You also probably wouldn't start a discussion about, say, your favorite helmet on a wiki page - they are simply not a suitable place to have them. Many other Tibia fansites offer general discussion boards where such discussions can be raised and are most welcome.
I do agree with your point about some questions/answers not having a lot of votes. I believe this is caused by two things. First, voting is a moderation privilege on TibiaQA. Not every new user automatically receives it. They need to first earn some reputation themselves before they can vote on the content of other users. Upvotes should be used when users consider the content helpful and correct. The answers to the questions are displayed in the order of their score. That way the answers that most users believe are helpful and correct are displayed on the top and those with fewer votes are displayed below. Another reason for this is that the TibiaQA community is still learning how to use the votes correctly. The best example is our long queue of questions without an upvoted answer - https://www.tibiaqa.com/review-queue
but I believe this is changing for the better. Based on the total number of votes from 2018 and 2019, the users are becoming more and more active when it comes to voting.
I also agree that some of the answers could/can be found on one of the Wikis. I don't believe though that this is relevant to most of the questions that we have. There are certain types of questions that cannot be directly answered by Wiki and some of them would require some searching or visiting a few pages. TibiaQA is designed to give users the fastest access to the information they need. This is achieved by tagging, search support, well-formulated questions and optimization towards search engines like Google. E.g. searching for "how to join a guild in tibia" in Google (https://www.google.pl/search?q=how+to+join+a+guild+in+tibia&oq=how+to+join+a+guild+in+tibia
) will give you a direct link to the answer on TibiaQA. With a wiki, you would go the main page, search for the term "guild" and then browse the page hoping to find the answer you need. And it might not be there. TibiaQA just makes accessing some certain information (definitely not all) quicker for many players.
I also want to mention that if you don't understand some TibiaQA mechanics, the reason for down-votes on any of your questions, meta.tibiaqa.com is the perfect place to ask the community about this. I believe many experienced users would be willing to tell you what could have caused the downvotes.
One thing I wanted to note is that we are in a suggestion topic about allowing users to delete their own posts. I'm not sure how much attention you pay to such details, but your answer is clearly off-topic here. You could have easily started a new topic with a feedback towards TibiaQA and let the community discuss. If some of your posts were removed from TibiaQA in the past - posting off-topic content could have been a reason for that. I'm happy to discuss further how to better notify/teach the users how to use the site properly. I agree currently it may not be too friendly when your post simply disappears and you don't know what happened to it. I'll certainly be working on improving this - thanks!