I'm messaging you because I've noticed that many of your edits are rather redundant, such as editing the source code of links and then replacing code in a different way. For example, replacing [[Kritter]]s (Kritters) with [[Kritter]]s (Kritters). From what I've seen, the latter link does not link the entire word, when in fact it should.
In all kindness, I'd like to ask why you are making these edits, as it seems that you are creating more work than you are finishing work.
([[Kritter|Kritters]] -> [[Kritter]]s <- Nowiki'd) is a shorthanded way of writing links, and is also much more legible in source view. Why it wouldn't work, I have no idea. KrittersKritters, it seems to work here.
Another fun wikitext tidbit, a trailing pipe in a link will trim the parenthesized part out of a title while retaining the link to the title. [[Donkey Kong Country (TV series)|]] -> Donkey Kong Country although that would be confusing as you already have a Donkey Kong Country link.
I apologize for my misunderstanding; I didn't know there was a shorthanded way of writing links. Although, I have seen many links that do not link the entire word, such as Kritters, so since you are more knowledgeable than me about wikitext, it would be nice if you could keep an eye out for those errors if it's not too much trouble for you.
Thank you for the clarification and the extra tidbit!