The LAST ESCAPE comic refers to the creature as "Sniper" rather than "Nemesis". The name, 狙擊者, is a combination of Chinese: 狙擊; Pinyin: jūjī meaning "[to] snipe" and Chinese: 者; Pinyin: zhě, which is a nominalizer. So the name Chinese: 狙擊者; Pinyin: Jūjízhě is read as "one who snipes", or "sniper".
I made said change on the basis that, besides that particular paragraph, all the text (including the articles for each individual chapter of the comic) referred to the creature as "Nemesis". I see all instances have been changed for "Sniper" now.
New lines are automatically created when you edit, thereby making such an action counter-productive. We use an awards system here, and minor edits such as this contribute to elevating a user's ranking; as such, people who make minor edits have been investigated for suspected 'point-whoring' before. Back when Wikia had a different points system (a beta back in 2008), a number of administrators on one wiki abused the system by vandalising articles and then reverting their edits; that way, vandalism would be tackled and they would get points for two edits.
I didn't knew anything about this award system, thanks for notifying about it. However, I should point out that in this in this case it was neither a vandalising nor a revert, I just removed the (unnecessary) additional line break that other user added, that's all.
That's alright, then - a lot of users don't know at first. That's why I warn them instead of banning on-sight like on some other wikis. However, I feel I must still point out that editing a section automatically adds a line at the end; were I to edit the section, now, I'll see a line appear - that's what I meant about (un)necessity.