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Please link to your favorite questions and answers which were either asked or answered from July 1st 2021 through September 30th 2021.

Your answers will be compiled into a blog post like previous quarterly posts.

I will be using DavRob60's queries for a baseline, but I really appreciate people voicing the ones they really enjoyed. Maybe you feel like you answered one really well, even if it didn't receive a lot of votes. Let me know about it.

I will be linking all blog posts that happened within this quarter year. Also the most controversial question of the quarter. Also a sum of all the bounties that were awarded.

Additionally if there was a meta post you feel should be spotlighted those are also acceptable.

  • I'm curious if there's a SEDE query that can show us the best moderator posts in the last quarter, on the main site of course, in the last quarter. If it helps our user-ids are 3804, 31936, 31394, 58193
    – AncientSwordRage Mod
    Sep 29, 2021 at 12:08

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Topic challenges

The third quarter of 2021 saw a bit of a low point (in its second half) in SFF.SE's topic challenge program, with only two topic challenges completed during this quarter: Rivers of London and The Elder Scrolls (the latter run jointly with Arqade SE).


These are my favorites that I've found today (a couple of months ago I might have had other favorites, which I've forgotten about since :-) ).

A planet called Shayol/Treason

This brilliant answer compiling and counting Asimov books, etc.

I particularly like the two recent answers to this older question (what can I do if one of those two answers is mine :-) ). I hope the OP will look and respond...

Another great late answer - the accepted answer to this question was a great find.

I think this was one of the most fun. The really correct answer would be a combination of the accepted answer and Pete's, but I guess neither of us wanted to poach.

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