You just REMOVED WITHOUT REPLACEMENT up to 12 categories from 200 pages.
As YOU said, every change in category is a big change and should be discussed first Thread:162406#2:
I realize my mistake now. When I say it needs to be discussed with the community, I mean "agreement on the exact changes to be made". This implies, but needs to be stated explicitly in your case, that the entire conversation happens in a thread related to the change to be made. A conversation on an unrelated thread, that doesn't even have the other person agreeing with a specific proposal is not a discussion.
Don't you think of yourself as exception to rules with established policies at this wiki?
Are you seriously asking why your change that doesn't follow the rules have been reverted?
As a content moderator (part of the job of an admin), I am responsible for everything in this wiki (along with other people who have similar positions). Notice the change you are talking about is reverting what you have changed, without a discussion, despite several warnings to you. The action is the restoration of the wiki content, not a change to it, equivalent to reverting vandalism. When I (or other people) want to make changes, there are threads and prototypes (a number of which were previously shared with you). There always is a thread with other people to get to a common opinion. We've most recently implemented multi-quotes and crafting descriptions, both following this process. You can find the threads in the forum (or admin walls for smaller changes).
We've been very patient with you so far, but you are really pushing the boundaries.