Well, I just noticed that you have been filling in "Unknown" for the sell price of cards that don't have one yet. I mean, you do it along with other edits so I know you aren't just fooling around. However, I thought I would let you know, in case you didn't already know, that the value "unknown" is already the default and appears when that value isn't specified. Hence, although perfectly okay, you don't need to set the price to that.
I know, I am just saying that records show that you have been setting that text value to "Unknown". Additionally, that is done by default if there is no given value so explicitly putting it in isn't neccissary. I wasn't sure if you knew that already.
For instance, I see that you recently edited Episode Shockwave 2. If you go to that page and open the editing form, in the box for selling price, it says "Unknown". If you were to delete that value, leave it blank, and save, the page would still display the value "Unknown" because it is in the template code to use that whenever a value isn't specified.
I'm not saying that I think they are all superfluous. What I am saying is that I think some are. For example, I don't think we need a category for Elite cards since they are just regular R4s. The reason they are called Elite is to differentiate them from their non-R4 counter parts, I think.
By the way, what was the idea behind Category:Character Sections? Is that for characters like Sharpshot that have multiple versions come out at once? Just curious.
Maybe not as much as you, but I am certain that I am much more active than some of the others that get them. Sigh. I guess I just have bad luck, lucky edits, medal pulls, ruby medals, net captures. I guess it's a good thing I don't gamble, or else I would be more than bankrupt.
1) I just wanted to check. According to the history page, you added the HP for Bombshock L2. You reported it as 220,000,900. Please verify that you have solid evidence of this as that number seems highly unusual.
2) Please leave the double blank lines. They look redundant in the source code but are needed to provide visual separation between events.
By the way, congrats on the lucky edit. Do you know which one it was?