You have been repeatedly warned not to make inappropriate edits, not just by me but by others as well--not counting GT's reminder, which I understand you probably didn't have time to read.
What's more, you've given no indication that you're listening to any of these messages. You're simply too active. However many edits you make that are appropriate, I see you make several that are careless or just plain wrong and which have to be undone. As such, you're being banned for a week. The duration of the ban will increase if this issue continues.
Basically, when the block wears off, be more careful. Take GT's reminder into account.
Thank you in advance for your understanding and for your efforts to improve the wiki.
Hi. Please be considerate with your edits, as it's not fun for me and the other users to have to clean up after them. Think twice before editing a page that doesn't have a WIP tag, as it's probably already updated.
Dude, stop making edits that people keep having to revert later. If you're going to be this active on the wiki you need to pay attention to its policies and the actual facts of the series. You've already been warned of this.
In the future, please be more considerate of the edits that you are making. Although not all of your edits have been inaccurate, I've seen you, on multiple occasions, make an addition that needed to be removed or corrected. (For future reference, maybe check with someone before you add an "other name" to an infobox.)
Please double-check and make sure that your corrections are accurate. The few people who are working on the wiki are busy enough without having to repeatedly fix someone else's mistakes.
If you have questions regarding edits, please ask them somewhere where we can answer them (i.e. a message wall, forum, or even the comments section if you must.) Asking them in your edit reasons is unproductive as there's no way to get back to you on them. Regarding some of the questions you have already asked, in order of most to least recent:
1. We don't know where Held is from, but he at least worked in Moscow by the end of the Second Period since his clinic was located there.
2. "Black Box" is not always written in all caps, nor is it always written in English, so currently there's no reason to change it. TALOS, by contrast, is always written in English in all-caps.
3. "Irregular" does not have to be capitalized in the case of the classification "irregular", much like how we don't capitalize every instance of the word "human".
4. We do not count disguises in the infobox's hair/eye color sections.