I can see that you did that for the sake of consistency because they were not included in the infoboxes from prior missions. However, I would appreciate if you'd ask next time instead of just going ahead and deciding to remove them. They could just as easily be added to the other infoboxes, which I did by now. Wolfhounds and gravehounds are considered enemies, and having four legs instead of two does not disqualify them for the infobox.
I was fully of the opinion that they should have been there in the first place, but I saw no reason to ask about them. I mean, we don't ask about whether we do notes the same in D2 as D1 or anything. I do understand where you're coming from, but could I please have some form of guideline so I know when to ask about stuff? I wasn't trying to cause an issue, I genuinely could not see why I would have to ask about that instead of simply removing them.
If you were of the opinion they should be there, why did you remove them then instead of adding them to the other navboxes? That would have been just as consistent. This is a case that can work both ways, so it would be better to get some input before just assuming that they were not there in the older infoboxes because "animals are excluded" rather than "people did not think of adding them back then while whoever put up the infoboxes for the newer missions did". You jumped to conclusions and shot ahead there.
As for the notes, the MoS gives an example about how notes, books etc. should be formatted, and why should we invent a new formatting for D2 all off a sudden? And for cases where the general formatting rules don't work properly for whatever reason, again, you ask and we figure out how we deal with this best.
Because I do not have the right to make a decision like that, and I chose to be consistent with what existed before, believing that would have stemmed from the result of a discussion somewhere. I'm sorry my actions could easily be interpreted as jumping to conclusions, but I honestly did not see how what I was doing at the time could be wrong.
That is exactly where I was coming from. There is no reason to invent a new formatting method for D2, so I made the mission navboxes be how they are for D1 missions.
I would most probably be told off for nitpicking, so the conversation would get nowhere. And regardless, that's an opinion, but getting an actual guideline on the topic would be confusing and lengthy. I didn't mind too much either way, so I just went with getting rid of them.
I can see how it is hard for you to distinguish what is nitpicky and what is raising a valid question, because you are one who extremely goes by the book and struggles as soon as there is no clear "yes" or "no".