Can you, please, avoid mentioning the game itself at intro text and biography , when character is concerned? Take Benoit's page as an example. For these things we have appearences in infobox and references.
For editing, it just seems more... convenient? The infoboxes, for example, are easier to use and have more automation. Things are more thoroughly categorized. Mostly small things that combine to make editing more enjoyable. By the way, I'm not implying in any way that this wiki is bad or terrible, it's still very good, but in certain aspects gamepedia is slightly better. And yes, I will still be adding new pages here.
More on that topic: can I just copy the gamepedia articles that I wrote myself over to this wiki (Aldona, Johnnus, etc.)? What are your thoughts on that?
There are a some "quests" in Witcher 3 like Looters and Never Trust Children which don't appear in the quest log, and have no journal entries or well-defined objectives, so is it really right for us to call them quests? The only time they are referred to as such are by the map markers. I'm thinking of changing those articles so they are referred to as "events" rather than "quests". What do you think?