I am merely wondering whether or not to remove this category from Yo-kai pages, considering that we already have an 'Evolved Yo-kai' category and, in my opinion, this isn't really necessary. For the moment I am removing it, but if you have any concerns tell me, and I will add it back onto the pages I have covered.
I've actually been debating whether to keep both or not. It's true Yo-kai only evolve once, but for example Bulbapedia doesn't make that distinction and rather separates them into "two-stage evo line" and "three-stage evo line".
Yo-kai only evolve once, though, for starters. Also, I think people can easily distinuish from the sentence at the top of the Yo-kai pages that state 'this Yo-kai evolves into ... at level ...' whether or not that specific Yo-kai evolves or not.
I think the Yo-kai Watch Wiki needs checklists for every Yo-kai Page. You could track your Yo-kai on the Yo-kai's specific page. I think it would be useful for users that are too lazy to write every single Yo-kai down on a piece of paper and add a box for 'checks' next to the names. What do you think?
The androids from the anime besides Yamada appear to just be running gags -- Android Yamada fires a super slow beam at something to attempt to save someone, but when the problem resolves on its own the beam hits a human and turns them into an android. It doesn't appear they're showing up again and I doubt Yamada would have that many recolors in Yo-kai Watch 3 (kinda makes me curious what other Yo-kai will be in the Hagure tribe...).
Since it's pretty clear they're all going to be stubs should we group them all into one page? If they do come back later in the mini-corner they're probably all going to show up together and have the same purpose.