Hi, you just created a lot of stubs (micro-articles) today yesterday, without adding references to the sources of your information. Please consider adding "references" for what you write.
I think it is great that you contribute to the wiki, but I also hope that you are not just doing that to rack up a big edit count for these batches and point rewards. You can't buy anything with them. Content-wise, your article was really sparse. Everyone expects other things from articles, but if you can write only a single sentence, then you should consider not writing an article on something that only was mentioned once in a single chapter. Recurring stuff is different, naturally.
All information on the town of Gec was included in Chapter 5.09: They produce apples, don't have a mages guild... That was all mentioned there, and while it's still not a great article, at least there is some more info now.
A good research possiblity is to use the following statement in your preferred search engine: "Mossbear" site:wanderinginn.com. That gives you every mention of that species in the novels. In most chapters, there is no additional information, but in these 20 hits there MUST be more than just "they have green fur and Bismarck is one of them".
Good luck, I hope you can use some of these tips next time ;)
--Onyavar (talk) 00:54, December 14, 2019 (UTC)
Sorry, I'm just horrible at creating full length article right off the bat. I was just going through the wanted pages and doing what ones I felt like looking at, mainly what I didn't recognize or was curious about. I probably would have gone through them at some point today or maybe tomorrow to see what I had to change. It's just a mental block making it generally intimidating to build up a full length article from nothing, so it's much easier to build a basic article, get some sleep, and then make adjustments to expand the information. This is probably also related to how many pages are in the wanted category(I think it's around 55 that actually need to be made due to it not updating constantly)
Ah, okay. Articles appear in the "wanted" list when they are linked somewhere else in the wiki. I see it not as an "asap" list, more like a "spare-time to-do whenever" list. So it's just a philosophy difference :D
Anyway, if an article is linked blue, I assume most relevant information is already introduced in the article. Imagine my disappointment over stat-bloc-articles like Ryoka. --Onyavar (talk) 16:33, December 16, 2019 (UTC)