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Why was this answer downvoted?

In this instance, the answer was likely downvoted because it's extremely poor. Only the first sentence answers the question being asked (e.g. "How did James get the cloak?"), and even then ...
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Add help for Markdown spoiler tags in the formatting help

According to this comment from eons ago, no one here can. However you can ask it on Meta Stack Exchange and they may help. As far as I can research, the mods (and certainly the users) are unable to ...
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Add help for Markdown spoiler tags in the formatting help

The easiest way to put blank lines and breaks into spoiler text (or any blockquote text) is to use the 'break' command >! My text goes here. <br> This text goes on the next line. <br> ...
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Should the help center explicitly define "fantasy"?

No, because we don't have an "explicit definition" of fantasy. The scope of this site is science fiction and fantasy, or speculative fiction, but we've never pinned down an exact rigorous definition ...
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Is asking about Sci-Fi games on-topic?

Yes, we have video-games and games tags. The wiki for the former describes when it is appropriate to ask a question about a sci-fi (or fantasy) video game: For questions about the plot or backstory ...
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Editing the Tour and Help Centre

Tour: The "Don't ask about..." bullets Current Text: Reading or watching recommendations or any other question that is primarily opinion-based Lists of works with a particular plot element ...
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Editing the Tour and Help Centre

Tour: The "Ask about..." bullets Current Text: Plot, character, or setting explanations Historical or societal context of a work Behind-the-scenes and fandom information Story ...

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