Considering the Succubus' page notes their inspiration from real life mythology, do you think it's a good idea to make trivia points with all Mamono to explain from what creature from mythology/folklore/fiction/... it's based on? I happen to know a few things about mythologies, so I could help.
I don't know who the artist is, but I was wondering if I could use some of the monster girl pictures, and create a vore copy for the battle seqence. Again, I don't know who the artist is, but here's the ones so far:
1) Since you made the art for your story, quality doesn't really matter. There's no problem as long as there isn't any gore and you don't expose the female character's nipples or the nether-regions of either gender.
Also, KC himself has stated that monster girls of any species don't all look exactly like the image in their species' encyclopedia entry. There appearence varies by the individual like humans.
2) We actually hear this question a lot. Without seeing it, we can't really be sure. After you post it, if your art attracts plenty of good opinions, I don't think anyone would object.
About a year ago, I tried to edit a wiki from my cellphone, but as soon as I got to the site, I noticed that a lot of feature weren't available unless you use a real computer.
I've tried to find ways of changing that, but it seems to be an issue with wikis as a whole, not just this one.
Cellphones and tablets have only been capable of processing all the data involved in sites like wikis for a short period of time. Because of that, specialized formats for them are in short supply. Even YouTube still has a few issues with that sort of thing.
Even though cellphones have been able to access the internet for a while now, it's been very limited to this point. Even for smart-phones, getting something so small to process that much data is bound to require cutting corners. And even then, it still eats up a lot of your battery life.
That's why there's no fancy background whenever your read the news on your cellphone that you normally see online, the less features the faster and more practical it is.