So you probably noticed that I dropped off awhile back, and, needless to say, I did not mean to do that. I just wanted to say thank you for keeping this place up and running, and just uh... keep up the good work, mate.
We are currently creating pages for just about every character that would have a significant role on the screen. Unfortunately, it takes time and since there are a lot of movies and a lot of characters, I do not know when we will get to the end of it. But if you want, you can help us do it (of course respecting the formatting of existing pages).
For Blofeld, I do not really know why, but one of the administrators, AndyTGD, has grouped all the different portrayers of the classic film continuity character into one single page: Blofeld (classic film continuity). Me too, this layout bothers me a bit but if you really want to know why Andy did this, I advise you to address him.
On the Villains wiki, I have restored an article, Adrain Malprave, I wondering if you can expand it by knowing or researching her personality and appearance since the article as of now is considered a stub. Let me know.
Unfortunately, I have hardly eever played Agent Under Fire yet, which means that I know almost nothing about Adrian Malpave. I think you should instead ask Andy TGD or Zumbee who are among the main contributors to the James Bond article about the character.
Wow. Nice work. I'm not really interested of Kingsman but I can assure you that this wikia is really cool. On the other hand I think it would be necessary to review the formatting of certain pages such as that of Richmond Valentine. I am also delighted to see that many users have helped you.
I have noticed you working hard on putting pages in categories, but I would like to inform you that from this point forward, minor characters, who play no integral part in a film, and are only named or seen briefly in a scene with no relevance to the plot shall be listed in the List of Tertiary Characters. This makes is easier to find them while not cluttering the wiki with horribly barren pages, which are that way because nearly no information exists on that character. I was inspired to do this by the Dragon Ball wiki, that implemented something similar: . That is the goal for that type of character from now on. I apologize for taking your favorite type of page away from you, but having them listed is more practical than giving them all their own page. DarRam is particularly offended by this change, but I was wondering what you thought about it.
You are partly right although I frankly adored that each character had its own page. Think of the characters from Licence to Kill, for example because with the modifications of AndyTGD, we discover that almost every character even minor like Alvarez or Fallon have is history because their pages make over 2000 bytes even though they are Minor characters. I join DarRam's point of view but I would push the byte limit to 1000 instead of 5000.
I think we should really sort out the minor characters because, for example, the character of Pleydell Smith made several appearances in the film of Dr. No. Moreover, this work has to take a long time whereas it is perhaps not not necessarily necessary. Also, I do not know if we could change it but the thing but in the page of Tertiary Characters the pictures are not in front of the corresponding character. But I do not want to influence you. After all, I'm not one of the administrators of this wiki but I think you should rather see this kind of work with Andy TGD because it's the most influential of the wiki.
I would urge extreme caution when puling from scripts, especially in a film like Spectre which has gone through countless and extreme revisions. Early scripts outline the origins of Spectre, for instance, but I wouldn't think of including that information.