I've been doing some more editing work lately, (classes are finished and I need something to do during quarantine) and I've found some interesting things to note. Firstly, the way I've been editing has just been hitting "Random page" and seeing where it takes me, hence why all my recent edits are pretty random. I did stumble across a pattern while editing older articles though. I'm not sure who originally wrote the older stuff, but they didn't have the best grasp of grammar. A lot of the info is plagued with overuse of semicolons, with them often replacing commas and sometimes being used without any reason at all. They also confused "it's" and "its" a lot, and there were a lot of run-on sentences and weird sentence structures. I've been going over older articles to edit them, and I might begin focusing on them specifically to clean up some of the errors there. If anyone else wants to help, that's definitely a good place to start, as it's in articles such as episode summaries and countries which are fairly important. I'll continue editing in the coming days/weeks, as long as I have time, so I'll do my best to get rid of some of the clutter in those types of articles.