I'm not really sure which exactly pictures you need (the infobox images or some others). I'm also not really sure, why you want me to upload it, instead of just upload them yourself. If it's because of some rule that requires permission or something, then feel free to take whatever you want from Basilisk wiki.
Well that's hard, as usually those who can and want to edit, are doing it. If you haven't already, you can try giving encouraging messages to the overall new users to the wiki as they edit, giving them courage to do more and to feel helpful. For the more solid ones, if you want to keep them if they seems to get more inactive, you can try giving them rollback rights or forum moderator rights.
You can also try making some threads in the forum for discussing the manga, anime, fav characters, if they were a hero, what their name and powers would be, etc things. And a forum activity feed on the front page, so more people to notice it. Eventually those who discuss things, may start to help with editing.
Hey Unok, do you or anyone you know have a copy of Toriko: Gourmet Monsters? And if so, do you think you could get me a screenshot of the in-game map? Or at least a few notable bits of info? Such as the location of Gourmet Casino?
Hey Unok, I was hoping you could translate a bit of this page and hopefully tell me who that guy Shima is talking to is? If you're not too busy that is. Also is there anything of note in their conversation that I should add on the wiki?
He says he is in charge of the night or the night charge or something like that. Shima states he looks like John Lennon. They are talking about what to do for Area 6 and it's boss, but nothing important or worth mentioning.
石殻 Stone Shell? The second letter "殻" is often used with crustacean beasts which is 甲殻 and 甲 is supposed to mean something like armor while 殻 is supposed to be shell from what I've just read. So crustaceans are normally written as 甲殻 "armor shell" I think so this thing would be 石殻 "stone shell". So I guess it would translated as "Stone Crustacean"? Unok does that sound right?
Yes, it's a stone shell beasts (it can also be stone husk beasts). It was on my mistake, as I was confusing the first kanji with 右, which also means right and right shell or right-handed shell (dextral) is called the right oriented gastropod shell. So I though it may be that, even though I was seeing the kanji was read as "seki" and that didn't fit the 右 kanji...
Not really sure if it can be translated as Stone Crustacean. Otherwise every shell animal may be named crustacean animal.