I was going to make one for male characters and add the male ones to that category. Haven't gone around to doing it yet. Since I've been adding a good number of human characters, decided to organize them further. Most of the fandom wikis I work on (e.g. Marvel, Shadowrun, DC, Villains, Heroes, etc) have categories dividing male and female characters, so I guess out of habit I created the female character category.
Don't know. I think it can be either. Originally I planned it only for human or humanoid characters. Kind of hard on the Great Old Ones. Some of them are implied to be feminine, some masculine, and it's not clear on a whole bunch of them as to what gender they are if any. I think it's best to keep the female characters category and later the male characters category to humanoids or humanoid like entities, and any alien characters. Great Old Ones and Outer Gods are by their nature, unfathomable eldritch entities. In reality, such entities don't have a gender.
Did you created this page the same way you created the others (visual or source editors)? I also noticed today that one of my posts was displayed only 15 minutes after I posted it on the wiki, maybe that was an issue with fandom's servers. They are currently updating the software according to their communications so that might be it.
In any case, I did not change the settings for what it's worth.
I saw you were building pages of Cthulhu Mythos stuff associated with Marvel Comics.
Don't hesitate when you do so to add the links to the relevant pages on the Marvel Fandom Database, same way I'm doing there towards this wiki and the Yellow Site (a wiki associated more with the Carcosa/Hastur mythos).
It's true that it might be a little heavy for phone users to that much images. But on the other hand most of those images seem very relevant to me and from vastly different sources so I don't think we should get rid of them.
As a solution, I'll create Template:ImageLink to be put on top of articles. It will link to the image category of the article; as done by the Doctor Who wiki.
I'll keep both of you informed, when it's implemented and added to the Manual of Style but you can continue as before.
Apologies, I should have put in a more detailed comment. What I meant was that the number of images might be troublesome for mobile users. If that can be addressed, then I really have no problem with the number of images. Personally, I enjoy seeing visual interpretations of the Mythos that I’ve never seen before, and Esparza is providing that in droves.
Again, I’m sorry if my first comment came across as non-constructive,
As a post script, I very briefly met a gentleman on Saturday at Claymore who used to work for Modiphius, and who I was later told had a small part in the splatbooks for Achtung Cthulhu.
Well, i can't speak for Espaza but I did thought you were probably talking about mobile users already.
On that note, I implemented my template replacement for the gallery on some pages (on Azathoth and Nyarlathotep).
For it to work, you'd need the images to be in a category beforehand (e.g. Category:Nyarlathotep images). I'll be going through the wiki files to add those categories before removing the gallery section of heavy pages.