Hey, I'm Gyro of the wiki's auditing team. I saw you were a contributor towards the verse 'A Song of Ice and Fire'. We've found several issues with the verse, and were wondering if you could help rectify them.
There is a number of profiles that do not have any justifications/scaling for their statsistics. These include Theon Greyjoy, Melisandre, Stannis Baratheon, Roose Bolton and Oberyn Martell. Please give justifications for their stats in at least their Attack Potency section. Furthermore, Viserys Targaryen and Samwell Tarly are just normal humans with no other notable traits for vsbattles; is there a reason for them to even be on this site? Mance Rayder has Human level+ statistics without a calculation on his profile; either link the calculation or change his statistics to Athletic Human/Human level. Cold Hands has two keys that are practically identical; consider choosing one over the other. Finally, can you provide a source for Children of the Forest's 6-B feat?
The verse also had formatting issues, but I sorted most of that out. Still, if you actively contribute to the verse, please be careful to format profiles correctly. The verse is not in threat of being deleted, but the profiles mentioned above are.
I can agree that which characters have profiles seem a bit random, especially since the verse is rarely used in the first place. I personally only created two pages for the verse and have been annoyed at the formatting of many of them myself, although I could agree that it might be best to just delete the less noteworthy ones (Viserys, Samwell and Roose especially, maybe Stannis too). Mance is a case where the show and the book characters differ greatly in terms of combat prowress, I could imagine the wonky stats given to him is an attempt at compromise, but I would support a book version because of actual feats (scaling to Jon Snow, but that's another case where book and show conflicts).
Children of the Forest are possibly 6-B because of this. There are many more tectonic feats found in the verse's mythology, but the deliberate mystery surrounding them make them impossible to confirm or deny.