Re: In regards to editing certain Daedric Prince pages Edit
Hello, I am just removing red links as much as I can. As for your questions you should consult with the actual staff members. In my opinion you should feel free to edit what and how you want as long as you believe it's how it should be. The staff will correct if something is wrong with your edits and inform about the problems. Feel free to ask them anything you want to know about editing.
Re: Daedric Edits Edit
Hi, thanks for the message, and sorry for my late response! I know relatively little about the Daedra, so I can't say much about Jyggalag being crystalline or metallic. His appearance in Shivering Isles seems to indicate the latter, though. It makes sense that the curse occurred after humans populated Tamriel, what with Dyus having been around at the time, but again I'm not an authority on that subject.
You don't need my permission to edit an article. However, I glanced over a couple of your edits and you do seem to be speculating to a certain degree. On Dyus' article, for example, you take a few liberties with your explanation of his personality, particularly with the first sentence: "Dyus is an indifferent, cold-hearted individual of expansive knowledge and supreme intellect." The correct process is to paraphrase and/or summarize his dialogue—but not make statements about what kind of person you think he is—and to include quotes about him from other characters (if applicable).
Meridia's page is semi-protected, meaning that your account must be of a certain age and have a certain number of edits to make a revision; this is done to prevent anonymous users from vandalizing it. Your account is probably autoconfirmed already, so I wouldn't worry about that. You'll be able to tell if you can't edit the article because the "Edit" button will say "View source" instead (e.g. on the Ulfric Stormcloak (Skyrim) page).
One last suggestion: you should probably be using the Source Editor (I have a guide on learning it here) to edit pages using wikitext rather than the default Visual Editor, as the latter is a little buggy and has fewer formatting options. You can set your preferred editor to Source in your preferences, under the "Editing" tab. Let me know if there's anything else you need. —Atvelonis (talk) 19:17, October 21, 2017 (UTC)