For those who are learning to use Unity, I'm sure you guys have searched for problems and solutions online. Most of the time, you would probably end up in Unity Answers, the official Q&A site for Unity. I have been a moderator on UA for a few years. Today, I'm going to teach you guys how NOT to use Unity Answers. Lesson #1: Don't ask questions that Google knows the answers to. (Or Baidu or whatever your search engine is.) http://answers.unity3d.com/questions/1290652/is-wot-made-by-unity.html Lesson #2: Don't ask for ideas for birthday parties. Spoiler Lesson #3: Don't ask for trick questions. Spoiler Lesson #4: Don't try to extract files from a Unity game that you didn't make yourself. http://answers.unity3d.com/questions/1263380/please-help-its-about-unity-serious-problem-life-o.html Lesson #5: Don't ask for 3D models IN A FREAKING UNITY RELATED Q&A. http://answers.unity3d.com/questions/201816/how-to-make-guns.html Lesson #6: Don't ask for a team to make games. http://answers.unity3d.com/questions/20748/programmers-to-help-me.html Lesson #7: Don't ask for a solution that's only 4 clicks faster. http://answers.unity3d.com/questions/1245014/how-to-delete-a-project-1.html Lesson #8: Don't ask for free PDFs. http://answers.unity3d.com/questions/869735/do-you-have-game-programming-gems-1-pdf.html Lesson #9: Don't ask to sell your Unity license. http://answers.unity3d.com/questions/119720/selling-unity-pro-cheap.html These are all actual questions asked by Unity users throughout the years. Don't be like them. #2 and #3 are extremely important so do be careful.