yes it is very confusing, especailly since we don't see multiple Blades on screen at the same time, it makes them look like they are the same. There were many versions of the other puppets too, two different Tunnelers, one with blue uniform and one in a black uniform, two Torches, one in brown with an armband and one in black and two Pinheads one in a red sweater and one with a blue sweater and a rope belt. I will try to make another post with the different variants of the puppets in the movie and count them all up.
After long thinking, I chose for a positive opinion. However, I am of the opinion that the TLR puppets must be identified individually; this is my opinion about it if I were to manage the wiki. For example, there are various types of Mechanikers, and I catalog them one by one, like Mechaniker 1, Mechaniker 2 etc. But I imagine that for many users the solution will seem very long and unnecessary, taking into account the variable number of puppets in the film and their copies. So I have a proposal for an alternative solution: could not you create pages to differentiate the TLR puppets from those of the original series? For example, Tunneler (TLR), Blade (TLR), Pinhead (TLR) and Kaiser. and each page will list the number of puppets used in the film and also described in their differences (eg Classic Tunneler and Groundhog Tunneler).
I came to this conclusion because of the fact that the puppets presented in the film reboot are completely different from the individual classics of the main series: they are produced in series, it is suggested that they are without human souls inside of them because guided by the occult powers of Toulon itself , and they have various types of models. The idea of differentiating them from the classic puppets is good, but it should be pointed out in the direction that I suggest for convenience and reasoning.