A check of your edits has shown you are spending a lot of your time only adding categories to pages. The categories on this wiki need to be cleaned up, and people that only add categories and do not make any other kind of edits only create more of a mess that has to be cleaned up. This is category spamming.
A policy will be created that will define what is considered category spamming and what the penalties will be for it. It is already entered into the official list of reasons why a user can be blocked. At the moment, the guideline is if adding categories is over 50% of your total number of edits, it's category spamming. This may change in the future.
To avoid being blocked or subject to the upcoming policy, you need to find other things to add to pages than just clicking on the "Add category" button. And that does not include trying to pin an antagonist label on a character. That is an official policy.
Now that the standard warning is out of the way, I have a couple of things to add to it. I know you haven't been here for three months so this may not be an issue any more, but in case you come back, some of the categories you added were duplicates of each other:
All of those mean the same thing and it's covered in the description of the page for the Sophisticated Villains category.
A couple of other categories you added should not have been: "Non-Smokers" and "Alcoholic Drinkers". When you come to a wiki, do you think, "I want to know which characters do not smoke cigars or cigarettes" or "I want to know which characters drink alcohol"?
Most people wouldn't. Categories have been used as a dumping ground for putting in the most trivial things, and more importantly, have been used as an excuse not to say anything about the character.
For example, if it was really important to know that Gaston is a non-smoker, why doesn't he smoke? What happened in the story to make him say, "I don't smoke and here's why"? Did someone he love die because of a fire started by a cigarette? Was it some other reason?
Adding categories just to add categories doesn't help. It only adds clutter. If there's a hundred categories that could be added, that's a hundred opportunities to describe why a category would fit. And that many categories leads to information overload because there's too many choices, which makes categories useless.
If you come back, do not continue slapping categories on page. Spend time working on showing who the character is, what their motivations are, how they interact with other people, what their history is, etc.
I've been blocked on Disney wiki for a long time
Do you know who Silverflight is?
Will you go on her message wall and ask her why she blocked me
And can you convince her to unblock me dear