Recently, my answer to this question was deleted by the community:
After Tony Stark was stabbed mortally, Doctor Strange made a bargain with Thanos. He offered Thanos the Time Stone in exchange of life of Tony. So, it was actually Thanos who protected Tony Stark from a mortal wound leaving him with a minor injury which he could heal with a spray.
Per the privilege page for Trusted User (the tier where you gain the privilege to delete things):
When should I vote to delete an answer?
You may vote to delete answers in the following cases:
- The answer is extremely low quality: There is little to no scope for improvement
- The answer doesn't answer the question; it may be a comment or a separate question altogether.
- The answer is not much more than a link to another page. Link only answers are not allowed on Stack Exchange
My answer is by no means:
a low quality answer. It is perfectly readable with proper spelling and grammar and punctuations. It doesn't have pornographic or bigotry content.
not an answer. It isn't a spam or comment or a question.
I believe this feature exists mainly to clean up posts from new users.
Talking about answer correctedness (which is subjective most of the time; according to me, my answer is correct), isn't down voting tool designed just for that? If you don't agree with an answer, go ahead to downvote it. If you are an asker, don't accept it.
This also isn't consistent. For example, these famous questions have several highly upvoted answers which don't agree with each other:
Should we start deleting incorrect answers? And, who will decide what's incorrect? If it's asker, should we start deleting answers which don't agree with the accepted answer? All this will ruin the site. There's a reason correctness is handled with checkmark, not "delete other" button.
We had a similar consensus before:
But, it's about "really wrong answers". The examples are clear. It's a trivia that Nagini wasn't present in the first Harry Potter book. But, my deleted answer here can't be classified as "Really Wrong Answer".