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I have noticed at times that there are some users who have never asked a single question, yet (very skillfully) answered hundreds (or thousands) of questions. By so doing they naturally accrue a great deal of reputation. As someone without a massive amount of rep, but someone who also wants to be a contributing member of MSE, I feel silly asking too many questions and have avoided such. I instead have focused my efforts on answering questions.
Can we say that it is the mark of a prolific user to have done no asking, only answering? I think of users such as amWhy, Andre Nicolas, and Brian M. Scott (to name a few I personally encounter) who between them have about 20,000 or so answers and only 3 questions. Can someone become a legend and also ask a lot of questions?