Over at Worldbuilding we have what is very likely a unique problem. Many (if not most) of our questions are "primarily opinion-based" by definition when considering the wording used by Stack Exchange.
Many good questions generate some degree of opinion based on expert experience, but answers to this question will tend to be almost entirely based on opinions, rather than facts, references, or specific expertise.
We admit it, pretty much nobody has "facts, references, or specific expertise" in magic. Regrettably, the current conditions that prohibit control over this (and other) VTC reasons means there's a constant argument over what it means to be POB and whether or not any particular question is POB. We're even working with redefinition proposals. But the reality is, this is all a complicated set of sommersaults because getting people to study a Meta post before they vote to close... well, it's difficult. The best solutions would be the ability to modify the VTC text and/or disable a VTC reason (e.g., POB) altogether.
I understand that there is considerable value in all VTC reasons being basically identical on all SE sites. Consistency is our friend. But as SE grows, there will be more sites that are creative in nature that don't fit easily in the POB definition.
I understand that changing SE's infrastructure to permit individual sites to control the text and/or display of any particular VTC reason is no small thing.
I understand that there we have some control that makes VTC somewhat unique by site, but that control doesn't apply to POB, which is a particular thorn in our side.
Is it reasonable to request an enhancement to Stack Exchange that permits individual sites to either modify the text for all VTC reasons or disable individual reasons entirely?