I would like to ask you to please refrain from changing the standard format of the enemy pages by changing the introductory text to singular one day and then to plural the next. It is best for our visitors if each enemy is referred in singular, unless the name itself denotes they are a named group (e.g.: Bike Corps.) or, in some exceptional cases, if they are notorious for coming in endless numbers (and this only if it is strictly necessary).
Also, if an enemy's name denotes an occupation, the article "the" should be used on the introductory text (e.g.: Hellrider, where "rider" denotes an occupation). Only if the enemy has a given name or if the removal of the article makes the text to read better (or easier), then maybe it could be removed.
Thanks in advance for understanding and keep up the good work.
First of all, I wanted to thank you for all your recent contributions on this wiki, and most of all for creating all those pages, we really appreciate it.
That said, I've noticed you're also currently contributing on both the Gradius and TwinBee Wikis (and lots of other wikis, you have an impressive editing record). The TwinBee Wiki was actually in complete desolation until you arrived. I also started to contribute there for some time, but since it seemed no one else was editing, I stopped. I was wondering if you would be willing on adopting it. I actually was planning on adopting it myself a few months ago, but as I'm already administering four wikis, I'm currently with my hands full.
Let me know what you think and if you need any help with the adoption process, I'll gladly lend a hand.