Yes, as I said prior it's something you're quite clearly passionate about, and is indeed a commendable thing to do. Wikis are the lifebloods of games. Guides are a godsend to squeezing out that last bit of fun to keep going. And translations are a true blessing
I don't want to discount this at all. But, unfortunately, I'm not really one to put stock into how one treats allies. People you like or who share similar interests, and people you fight, are very different. I find more interest in the treatment of those, typically speaking. Though, allies can be good for determining loyalty and devotions, of course. But, then, you've already made it pretty well clear you care a lot about those you consider either friends or of your 'community' perhaps in >>385648
Expanding on this is better suited towards your other reply;>>385712
I'm less concerned with how one is normally, or typically, vs how someone is
Values not applied consistently aren't really values.
Just traits you consider good.
What matters isn't all the good you've done, in so far as my judgements are concerned, but rather, if that 'good' is a true value or principle, or if it's just something you try to do, where it suits you.
We don't consider someone "honest" if they tell the truth 90% of the time. Because that's not about telling the truth most of the time. It's about telling the truth, as a flat rule.
This is what I was getting at earlier. And for what it's worth, I'll apologize in regards to discounting the value to you in these conversations, as it's clear you like
empathy, you want
to be empathetic, you consider empathy something worth learning.