Indeed, we have always noted "resists" as only a form of the verb "to resist" and never a noun, we just never got around to adding that into standards. This will be ammended immediately.
In terms of the second point, the most common way I've seen it written is "four moveslot syndrome." However, "four-moveslot syndrome" is a defendable position as one could make the argument that it isn't a moveslot syndrome that's being described by the adjective four, but a syndrom characterized by the possession of only four moveslots (thus, such a person might say it's a compound adjective, "four-moveslot"). If we were to standardize it, I could see it going either way but we should look for a general consensus.
Edit: After chatting on #grammar, "four-moveslot syndrom" is correct and most people have already started using this hyphenation. This has been added to the coined terms section.
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