Jr Mime I don't know why you keep asking Redignite these questions instead of me, but I'll explain. The answer is that the articles of the main characters receive far more vandalism than beneficial edits and I can't be on the wiki 24/7 to babysit it. Rather than pick a fight over keeping them protected though I've lowered the protection on the four I believe Dibol is interested - Jimmy Hopkins, Gary Smith, Johnny Vincent and Russell Northrop.
Regarding many of those other protected articles. Many of those fully protected articles are redirects. One of the weirdnesses of ''Bully'' is that the information in the game and the information on some of the peripherals - in many cases, the official website - is different. We have a policy that if the game and the peripherals differ, the game itself is considered correct. Various Bully websites gave last names for characters that contradicted the ones used in the game - and so to prevent multiple copies of articles and general confusion, we turned the incorrect names into redirects and then protected them to keep them from being edited. Tad Smith-Althorp Smith is an example - the actual article is at the character's real name Tad Spencer.
Many other fully protected articles are misspellings of others. For example, 'The collector' was created by an IP even though 'The Collector' was already a proper article, so I redirected the former to the latter and protected it to make sure editors end up in the proper place.
Jack Thompson was a vandalism magnet - if you're not familiar with him, he's an anti-video game lawyer who tried very hard to have ''Bully'' banned - and I found it better to simply hard redirect people to his Wikipedia article.
Ryan Kotler and Ryan Cotler refer to the same voice actor. After having received no edits for many years, an IP address started adding defamatory vandalism that was so bad I deleted the articles and restored only the vandalism free versions. I think you can see what I'm talking about if you check deleted revisions, I'm not sure how much power you Fandom Managers have.
The last article that is fully protected is Bully II and unless you point blank order me to do so I will not unprotect it - it's a terrible vandalism magnet, particularly of the 'false information' type. We try very hard to include ''only'' factual information - statements made by individuals involved with the game, and not to present every bit of potential leaked information as meaningful let alone factual.
Please feel free to ask me questions on my talk page.
This wiki is not greatly active - it is a repository of information not a fansite. You might try http://www.bully-board.com if you're looking for a fansite. But honestly, since the game's been out for nearly a decade and the sequel was very likely cancelled, there isn't too much of a Bully Community anymore.