I see you've been adding information about what the names of Civ6 leaders' unique agendas and abilities reference. I like this - it's interesting information and relevant to the articles - but you shouldn't copy whole sentences from other websites in the Trivia section. Instead, link to the appropriate Wikipedia article (as I did when I revised your edits) so readers can learn more about the topic if they're interested. Please remember that this isn't a historical wiki, and we're not trying to compete with Wikipedia - our main purpose is to provide information about entities and concepts as they appear in Civilization and related games.
You asked me about this before, and I still say no. Anyone with working eyes can see what the leaders are wearing, so it's pointless to have it in writing.
Now, if you can find paintings, photos, statues, or some other images or pieces of artwork that inspired the leaders' in-game appearances, feel free to add those. But writing up information that's already plainly visible is a waste of time.
I just moved all the information you added about the backgrounds on leaders' diplomacy screens from the civilization pages to the leader pages. In the future, please add this information to the leader pages directly - it's more closely related to the leaders than the civilizations. (For example, add information about Shaka's background to Shaka (Civ6) instead of Zulu (Civ6).)
I notice you've been making some edits to Civ4 articles lately. I appreciate your willingness to contribute, but I've had to revert many of your edits and I wanted to give you some tips to avoid this problem in the future:
"Moves" and "movement" refer to how many tiles a unit can cross in one turn of gameplay. Don't use "moves" when you mean "turns."
Don't add a list of information that's already mentioned in the article. That just makes the article redundant and gives readers more to comb through (or something to overlook, if the information you add was already explained in detail above).
Be sure to capitalize the first word of new sentences and use full stops at the end of complete sentences. Colons can be used at the end of complete sentences to introduce lists.