I realize that their is a small box to the right of the screen which directs users to the FAQ when they ask a question. However chances that a user is going to click their, might be low. I know I didn't and it would have helped me better understand what questions to ask and what questions not to ask. So, as per a request by a community member in my question: https://scifi.stackexchange.com/questions/3058/has-anyone-tried-to-make-a-movie-off-of-fahrenheit-451, I'm bringing this up in meta.
I suggest that if a registered user (or a new IP) clicks on the "Ask a Question" button for the first time (and has not seen the FAQ yet) that you direct the user to the "Ask - Advice" page for each particular stack exchange site. For instance on StackOverflow when a new user creates a new question they are sent to https://stackoverflow.com/questions/ask-advice but when a new user (to that site) creates a new question on the Beta Writers site they do not see the ask advice page. I suggested that this page be unique to each site, as each site has different variations of acceptable answers.
Perhaps, to make the page not a waste of time include the message on top of the full question form and a "Show/Hide" option.
I'm asking this as a discussion to see if users think this idea is helpful or not. This is why its not tagged as a feature. If you feel it should be re-tagged feel free to do so.