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I flagged this answer as 'not an answer':

No it's not Harry Potter but is supposed to look like him. What he summoned isn't explained or likely to explained.

It is comprised of a reply to a comment of mine, and a statement that the poster doesn't know the answer to the actual question asked by the OP.

The flag shows as 'disputed'. Why?


Edited to add that I'm fine with answers stating there is no answer, as long as they explain why there is no answer. I've accepted and upvoted such answers. But this one just seems to boil down to "I dunno and I don't think anyone knows".

  • Sure looks like Not an Answer to me... – Ward Sep 17 '14 at 13:47
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It's an answer, it's just not a very good one.

No it's not Harry Potter but is supposed to look like him. What he summoned isn't explained or likely to explained.

See also:

Sometimes there isn't an answer. As discussed in previous meta discussions, we ideally want to encourage people to essentially show some work here and explain how they've decided that there is no good, solid answer - but the lack of doing so doesn't make it not-an-answer.

In this particular case, the comment reply regarding Harry Potter sort of confuses the issue. Remove that part, and it's just an answer of questionable usefulness, but an answer nonetheless.

What he summoned isn't explained or likely to explained.

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