The Improvement Drive is dedicated to improving our wiki's lacking areas. By participating, not only are you making Fantendo look better, but you are also participating in the community. Constant maintenance also helps admins consider one for promotion. Questions go on the talk page.
Areas of Focus
Plants Vs. Zombies: Back in Action, The Birdos (film), Excitebike Rampage, Rocket Knights: Valiant Duo, Luigi's Mansion 3 (Nintendo NX), Negative Charge, Wario Land 7 : Chaos Dimension, Geno's Adventure: Return of the Seven Stars, Blizzard Studios, Armiibo
One of the biggest problems. To make things more difficult, many abandoned projects have not been tagged with templates. You must find it in yourself to go through piles of old games, and pick up ones you find interesting. Adopt them, and improve them as if you had created them yourself.
It may be hard to determine whether a game/fic is abandoned. If it has not been edited for over a month (without being complete, of course) or the user who created it is no longer active, it's up for grabs. If the user is still active though, make sure to check with them if you can improve it first. Some more abandoned material can be found here.
Stubs are articles that could be expanded, but due to their author's laziness; aren't. Here are some random stubs to fix:
However, many stubs are not in Category:Stubs and you will need to manually look for them and improve them. If a stub is a fanon character, consider adding them in one of your games to give them more info. Short pages, some of which have not been given the stub template, can be found here.
The one of the biggest areas to improve, simply add several categories to each page.
Simply upload an image to solve the problem here. If it's a fanon thing, it may be more difficult though..
Pages that are red-linked and need to be created.
Orphaned pages are not linked from any other page, while dead-end pages do not link to any other page. Try solving both at once by linking to an orphaned page from a dead-end one.
Double redirects lead to another redirect, so they have to be updated. Broken redirects lead to pages that are not created and should be deleted by a sysop.
If you are a Sysop, there might be a lot of pages expecting deletion, for various reasons: their bad quality, spam, complete and utter nonsense, vandalism... The pages in the following link should be deleted by a Sysop.
Some of them are just candidates, and might have nothing wrong with them yet. If you find one of those, please take away the To Be Deleted tag.
The following articles are in need of a rewriting, maybe because they don't meet the standards, or because of multiple grammar flaws. You can rewrite those and help the community by, using the already available information about the article, doing a complete rewriting. This can be quite tedious, but sometimes, very helpful.
There are a large amount of categories that are either incorrectly named or completely useless and it'd be beneficial to get these renamed or deleted.