Should individual pages be made for each animal/item/character? Or is it fine to just keep them in a list in a table as they currently are?
1 page dedicated to lore of the game would probably be enough in this point to have the characters noted in the wiki. Making pages about invidual items would just make a lot of pages with very little content.
Aw, you might be right. I just love going super into detail, especially with characters. But as you mentioned, if there isn't enough content for a page it's best not to create it.
As the game is evolving, specific information is becoming necessary. For example, even among those items which cut trees, you have a chainsaw that runs on battery power and doesn't have a durability. It can also be used as a weapon. How to acquire the item, what damage it does, and so on are all details that don't fit neatly into a packed table.
Likewise, the other "tree cutting" items are either crafted (requiring ores) or enchanted (requiring ingredients). Where and how to acquire each item is also a question players have.
This can't be fit into a table with a bunch of other stuff. Even among the same class of items, there's no real way to make that work in a table that has them all present.
Right now we're stuck with basics. "There's a thing called dragon armor in the game." It doesn't do me any good to know I can get dragon armor if it's not explained what it is, how to get it, or what it takes to get it.
I recommend individual pages for each item.
Really, each item has it's own section within the item list, so there is no reason for individual item pages, especially with how many items there are
What do you think?