Just using Pen-B System as an example; articles need to be written from a neutral point of view and get straight to the point. If you look at Emblem Charge System, you can see the general idea of a "System" article.
Try to avoid posting blogs like you have; for one, the blogs aren't doing any favours to the Wiki, as I only activated them for news to be posted. Secondly, combined with the fact you posted a link to them on Kudo's wall, they're kinda passing you off as cocky as well, which definitely isn't the vibe you want to be giving people
I'm not trying to be rude, I'm just trying to point it out; the leaderboard isn't everything, and neither is the edit count. Your quality of edits is what matters the most, and the pride you feel when you've done a good job; it's not meant to be a matter to boast about at all.
For example, look here. I'm towering above everyone at Beyblade Wiki, with a 850 point gap, but I don't show that off, because it means nothing at all. Showing it off can make other users feel bad, and that isn't my aim at all; I edit at my leisure, making perhaps ten edits a day when I can, and it encourages
I know you're confident in editing, and I'm thrilled that you've managed to get 1,100 edits in the space of three weeks, but I think you need to calm down a little, and I mean that in the most friendly way possible. Take a few days break or calm down with editing; the Wiki isn't going anywhere, and there will always be jobs to do, regardless of how many times you visit and edit.
If you want a point to work on, use the help pages and learn about tables. Even look at the categories and think about what really needs to be included. Thesefourannoyingcategories shouldn't exist, as they're completely irrelevant. B-Daman articles should have a category for their system, a category for their type, the "B-Damans" category and a category for their series. We know they're products, we know by the contents of the article that they're an antagonist's B-Daman, and we know by the description of the core that they have a Drive Strip in them.
I'm sorry I had to post this, but I do mean it in a friendly, yet constructive manner...
Well, the Plug-In System got rid of the sometimes impractical O.S. Gear, and replaced it with complex parts and gimmicks. Plus, each PI System B-Daman features a mechanism in the arms, that when pushed in, increases their firing strength to a degree, similar to emblem charge. It also solved this one breakage issue in the Over Shell System; When you perform a power shot with an O.S. B-Daman enough times, the holes for the arm pegs would get pressure cracks from the firing mechanism, and even break, rendering the arms useless.