I agree they are funny, though also useless. There was this one I can't find right now that had like 58 STR... Anyways, here's the problem: they are mixed with the rest of the (legit) articles.
For example on our wiki the Darkwraith enemy of lower New Londo is called "Darkwraith Knight", with the black knight article being "Black Knight". Then you get something like "The Iron Knight"... it sounds very similar, but then you click it and you get this.
See what I am talking about? Searching for "Knight" even puts that troll article above the Balder Knights. This is the second result:
A page that is completely empty except for "- Disregard everything that was previously on this page. Move to our revised forum page."
Undead Knight. This is the page for the Balder Knight enemy. You can't tell at first glance if it's an article about the enemy in the game or if it's someone's whacky build.
I think there should be a clear difference between proper articles about things found in the game, and build articles, player-made covenant articles, or fanfic articles. They really decrease the quality of the wiki, especially since half of them are trolls and the other half are badly written or badly made.
Reading all of these and mocking them can be funny but try to think about someone that comes to this wiki for actual information. He will choose one of the other wikis that present the information in a clear, accessible way, instead of making them wade through all these troll articles.
Another glaring problem. Remember how the Balder Knight article is actually called "Undead Knight?" Try searching for "Balder Knight". We get The Balder Brigade as the first result...