Please also stop using "comes after" for goals and use "follows" as we've been editting.
Please do not rush too much when editting articles. It's wonderful that you've been completing the wiki one page at a time but the pages are sadly lacking with information that you could have taken the time for.
Sorry, if it seems like I've been ignoring your messages. There hasn't been any red button to ignite I even had any message. :( And I don't check my message wall all the time.
So, let me ask you: what is the article stub template for then?
And for rushing articles... I'm spending hours on adding information to this wiki. That is time I could spend doing other stuff I like. Isn't the point of a wiki that other people could add information to an article I started?
If you have some other "rules" about editing, then maybe you could write them down on a page on this wiki. I'm sure it would be helpful for all of us. :) A lot of other wikis have that sort of thing...
I personally never found the stubs to do anything for me. I have three other wikis and no one ever really adds anything to them so I aesthetically do not want them on the pages. If we had more editors, then definitely use the stubs but since we are the only three consistent editors, I don't think it is necessary. I don't forsee any consistent editors anytime soon either. That's pretty much why I don't like them :0
I don't really have "rules" but I put up general information about editing the wiki. But since you're already passed that knowledge I don't really have something more for consistent editors because well, you're pretty much the only one that is (and I'm thankful for it). The one rule though is to be consistent with the format of pages and there have been a couple times where you have not done that, but I think we've already addressed this before.
I understand that you spend a lot of time adding information but sometimes it looks like a lot of information was skipped. Dialogue, actions, etc, or even a description about the goals seem to be lacking sometimes. When I edit, I personally spend forever in my game itself going through each step to make sure I don't miss anything. I'm not sure how you edit from the game but that could be why. I'm not saying your edits are bad; they are definitely helpful for sure and know we appreciate all your efforts.
About stubs: If you don't like the aesthetics of the stub template you can always change it. Anyway, I do believe stubs are important. 'Cause then, at least I know that some info is missing. So, to compromise: Could I at least ad the category Article stubs to the article, without adding the stub template?