Hello, I'm The Embraced One or TEO, and I'm the Fandom Wiki Manager for the Trove Wiki as well as an admin on Sekiro and the Hollow Knight Wikis in my free time. I'm here to act as a liaison between you and Fandom Staff and help you and your community. If you ever have any questions or issues related to the Wiki, its features (editing, templates, layouts, etc.), or anything else, feel free to reach out to me on my message wall and I will be happy to help out!
That meant user pages, not wikia articles in general.
General informational articles are fine to edit, you don't need to ask for permission; users' personal pages (the ones with User: tags before them, such as User:SkyRider3217) are not, if you want to suggest changes to them you should contact the user via their Message Walls instead.
I don't intend to discourage editing - just avoid putting theories onto the wikia, unless they're directly supported somewhere by a developer statement and/or lore. Try to keep to factual statements. Overall, Shadow Observers share the same animations and general shape as Neologus, but are not indicated to be directly related.
You could instead put that both Neologus and Shadow Observers share the same model type, but with Observers having a more corrupted shadow-themed appearance. This can be easily verified, and focuses more on its appearance that the section title indicates.
I don't think any of your changes have been removed prior to the Neologus/Shadow Observer ones; you can't really say your changes are removed every time...
Also, please avoid posting profanity on the wikia, including on message walls. I've edited it out, but try not to use it in the future.
Again, we're not trying to discourage editing, but there is a set of guidelines to be followed (although admittedly not really documented anywhere).
I'm guessing you're talking about your request to SkyRider to add images to the ore pages?
As mentioned, ingame images are supposed to be shown as an ore would appear in its natural environment. I'm not sure exactly what your images looked like, but I think you cropped that out? It's not like I'm trying to stop you from editing altogether, the images just have to follow that guideline as mentioned. You wouldn't be shunned if you were to re-upload the images with more of the background visible, for instance.
I check the wikia for a few seconds every few hours, often just once a day. I change edits that break the format in some manner, correct errors and remove vandalism; that's what administrators are supposed to do. It's not like I sit in front of the computer all day hitting refresh, waiting for someone else to do something to overwrite their work.
As mentioned prior, many of your edits have not been disturbed as they do not break the format in any way. Many other edits go by as well.
Would it help if we were to create editing guides of a sort explaining proper format? That could probably keep things easier for both editors and admins.