This wiki has had two major problems over the years: category spamming and using categories as a substitute for information.
I've defined the first as where someone spends most of their time just adding categories to a page. In many cases, that's the only kind of edit they make.
The second is really an excuse not to say anything about the character without proof. For example, the page for Cujo could say, "Cujo is the main antagonist from the movie Cujo", and then there's a hundred categories on the page that describe all the things he did in the movie. But the problem is there's no proof beyond that one sentence that there's even a character by that name in that movie.
Please help out by not adding a category unless there is something on that page that supports it. If the character is "wrathful", the page has to show how they are wrathful before that category is added.
If you can help out in this way, then pages will have useful information on them instead of being just lists of unproven categories. Thanks.
I Agree with you i'm trying to fix this removing pure evil/complete monster to the villains that are not those two because they have traits that an pure evil is not (like amoral, tragic, in love, and extremists).
When you add categories to a page, you need to make sure that they fit the information on the page. For example, if a category says the character is a "Masters of Disguise", then there needs to be information on the page to show how they are skilled with disguises. And with that specific example, too many times it's used for when a character puts on a disguise one time. Doing anything one time doesn't make you a master of it.
We've got too many pages where people are flooding them with categories for a few reasons:
It's easier to just keep clicking on the "Add category" button than it is to write something that provides proof the category is correct.
They're adding categories just to add categories, not to help organize the page.
Categories are added because someone is familiar with the story/character so they know the category fits. But other people who don't know anything about the story or the character won't see any proof that the category is correct.
Please help out by not adding to the mess other people are making. Make sure that there is a sentence or example to back up any categories you're thinking of adding.