Don't write stuff like "Near the end of the film, Optimus says that the seed belonged to the creators, and that he was going to use it like a homing device to find them. He blasts into space taking the seed with him. It is unknown what happens to the seed after this." like you did in Seed.
Please replace the fiction section with a history section written as if you were a historian in a Transformers universe. Do this for all the Technology and Vehicle articles you have created.
Look on Wookieepedia for an example, its past tense.
Simple image testing. Sorry if its annoying. I delete them the second they are posted. Im trying to see how many images I can upload at a time. Im making sure to try to do it on pages I made or majorly edited myself...
Yes, but typing each one out can get annoying
Irrelevant, there is no point for having multiple identical images. We need to know where it is from, if we want to find a higher quality version for example.
plus, in the search sometimes it doesnt even show up.
That's why we need a naming policy. How can you expect to search for an image of Optimus Prime if the file you want is a random string generated by Tumblr or a date and time generated by vlc media player?
Name them properly then you can search for them easily.
The name summarizes what's in the picture and where it is from.
The file page itself states where its from fully i.e. a source and a description of what's in the image
Media, episodes, chapters issues are to be written with an in-universe present tense perspective when it comes to the plot section i.e. summarize the story.
Characters, Vehicles and other fictional entities are in an in-universe perspective except opening paragraph (to state the works said entities appear in) and anything below gallery. Have History sections not Fiction sections and write them in past tense. i.e. write like you're a historian in a Transformers universe.