You are among the people who visited here since January 1st, but that was before I activated the pop-up message that notifies everyone I am in the process of adopting the wiki so you may not have seen it. There's just a week to go before I'll turn in the request, so if you have any comments, please enter them on the blog.
If you don't mind me asking why do you keep bringing back General Grievous (2008)? I fail to see why General Grievous needs a second page about his actions in The Clone Wars because last time I checked he and every other appearance of Grievous are all the same character.
When you add a category, please make sure that there's information on the page to support that category. For example, if you're going to say that a character is a "mind-breaker", there needs to be a sentence that shows how they broke someone's mind.
We've got a lot of pages where there are way more categories than there are sentences. Some of it comes from people who are familiar with the story, so they know the categories they're adding fit. But if someone else doesn't know anything about that story, how are they supposed to know the categories are true?
Here's another example. If all a page says is "Rodney McKay is a character in the Stargate: SG-1 and Stargate: Atlantis TV series", what evidence is there to prove that categories like "Arrogant", "Scientists" and "Brilliant" are true? I've seen all of the episodes of both shows so I know they're correct, but if someone hasn't watched Stargate: Atlantis or any of the episodes of SG-1 that McKay appeared in, how would they know those are correct?
You've helped out a lot since you came here a few months ago. Help out some more by making sure categories have proof on the page that they're true.
Also, if a character is only described as an antagonist, don't add categories that say they are a villain. In order to become a villain, an antagonist has to really go out of their way in what they do. Any character that is described as a "secondary antagonist" or anything less cannot become a villain.
I just found another example. Last year, you put in that Nightmare Moon from My Little Pony is a "Sexual Sadist". Where in any episode or any of the movies is any character shown having sex, much less using sex in a sadistic manner?
Don't add categories just to add categories. There needs to be proof on the page that supports a category. If you say that Nightmare Moon was a sexual sadist, you have to provide specifics to back it up.