Articles must meet the notability criteria, or else they're unnecessary. If a staff member isn't a major contributor, or absolutely nothing is known about them other than their role, don't make an article for them, or else we'll have anywhere between 200-500 unnecessary articles:
It's the same reason why Wikipedia doesn't have articles for every human being on earth. It's unnecessary and only clogs up the wiki with filler.
It's similar to why I'm not going to add an article called "the blue cloth in the cafeteria" or "the 60th strand of hair on Jennifer's head" because no one give a damn. Just because it *exists*, doesn't mean it's notable.
I'll only ban you if you continue ignoring notability criteria. And I've been a member of Wikia since 2008/2009, so good luck with that. >_>
And no, simply developing the game does not make them notable. In this day and age, HUNDREDS of people work on video games. Some video games even have up to 1000 staff members. If you can't see an issue with this, you're ignorant.
No, they won't do anything about it because anyone with COMMON SENSE could see where I'm coming from.
We want to avoid pointless, unnecessary stub articles that only consist of one lines because honestly, all that information could be gathered by watching a credits video. Simply helping to develop a series is not enough, and regardless, that is your opinion. Without a community vote or discussion consensus, this will not be allowed.
I didn't blame anyone. But if you are talking about the categories in Clock Tower Wikia, when I blamed you for not paying attention to the articles put in the main categories, then yes, I saw it and added the same category for articles of the subcategories. You don't have any excuses considering you have been there for 4 years. Enough time to to fix it, in my opinion.