I'm here from Worldbuilding.SE where we've been having a discussion on whether legal questions are on topic for our site. A good example of such a question is this one: How many laws would a parkouring superhero like Spider-Man break by travelling around New York? There's also questions like whether Santa's information collection conflicts with the GDPR, and whether he could be sued for withholding welfare.
Now we have been debating whether these questions, though they may be popular, are suitable for Worldbuilding. The argument is that questions that ask to test something fictional and fantastical against real-life law are asking about the law more than about the fantastical, and therefore are more suitable for Law.SE.
But it is important to know whether this SE would even accept such queries. I have previously used it for a hypothetical, originally worldbuilding question, regarding copyright over Beethoven's non-existent 10th symphony. But that question was about an unlikely scenario, not something flat-out impossible like Spider-Man or an actual Santa Claus(e).
I have seen one question here of this nature; but it hasn't gained a ton of traction so I thought I would ask to be certain.
Would Law.SE accept questions regarding fanciful and/or magical events on this site, assuming they otherwise fulfil all the requirements and follow all the rules of this SE? For example, there would not be any such questions about fictional countries or speculative law, for building new systems of law is still under our purview.