Yes. Character stories, portrayals, roles, relationships, timelines, etc. differ greatly from the established lore. This will also allow/justify the inclusion of all the new characters. That's the reason why all the new "Return" pages were created.
Regarding to minor enemies and bosses, it is not necessary to create specific "Return" pages for them, just a subsection on their respective standard pages will be enough.
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We're sorry to hear your experience here has not been the most pleasant one, but if you ever want to come back and continue contributing on our wiki, feel free to do so.
I'd suggest you to think it over. The thing is, you've really made a difference on the wiki and have helped a lot on its improvement, even if you feel like your contributions are not appreciated. Without all those articles you have written, who knows for how many more years those pages would have stayed in the poor state they previously were.
However, you must also take into account that our job here is to keep a level of quality, which includes reviewing that articles are well written and easy to read, removing all traces of subjectivity, keeping them impersonal, and removing any aspects that are not strictly necessary.
I've also been in the same situation of working non-stop for several hours, only to realize (or be told) that I messed up and that absolutely everything has to be undone. It has happened to me a lot of times, and yeah, it's very frustrating, but you cannot let something like that stop you if you love what you're doing, and you should always keep in mind that it may be for the best. Always be open to listen to those who are more experienced.
That's why I have been insisting that you to join our Discord server. There, we'll be able to discuss things if necessary and come into agreements on the development of the wiki.
I sincerely hope you give it a thought. See you around.
I agree with that logic. However, Java is a very iconic character/boss from the series, and the heart is generally considered to be just an extension of its body, so in this particular case (and any similar cases, in case there are) both are considered to be bosses.
A similar case could be Gava, Searle and Six Men Feromedos in Contra III. Even if one doesn't have to advance a section of the level between these monsters, their boss battles are different enough to be considered just three forms of the same being (even though they are, but I think you know what I'm trying to say here); otherwise, both Gava and Searle would have to be categorized as minibosses and only Six Men Feromedos as the boss of the last stage in that game.
Look, everything you see in this wiki has been carefully investigated, discussed and planned beforehand, even choosing names like "Lizard Alien" and "Gerbis"; all factors were evaluated and we ultimately decided to use the European names, even if they didn't have the best ring to it. Still, I also agree on using the Japanese original names such as "Orian" and "Dethgerbis", it just seems right - even if they were never given such names officially in any of the games' documentations, so I thank you for that.
Once again, I invite you to our Discord server, where we can talk in real time and discuss about the development of the wiki.