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Yes, I have extremely high standards for many things. Though I wish I could be as easy with ratings and like anime as much as most other people, that's not me. I'm very nitpicking person and that's the way I am.
*Listening to music- I listen to nearly all types of music. I try to explore with different genres when I can. The genres I don't personally like are rap, country, and screamo.
*Doing things on the computer- Mostly visiting my favorite websites and reading everyone's blogs, reviews, articles on any subject. (I love hearing opinions)
*Acting- This is a big pastime I do almost everyday since I was 8. My sister is the only other person involved in this. (I don't do this in front of anyone but her) When I watch an anime that has a character I really like, I will include him/her in this pastime. I will think up skits, dialogue, etc. for that character and act him/her out (I change voices too). When I'm that character I can get into their mind and think and feel what they do. That sometimes leads to me to getting so into them that I'm crying or bursting with rage other times. Overall getting very absorbed into different roles. Acting can also help me grow to like characters that I originally didn't like. Acting helped me connect/understand characters and even people better.
It's really hard for me to find a character I REALLY love. :/ I like secondary characters. Mostly ones with alot of background and development.
I don't like archetypes, one dimensional, or flat characters.
There has to be something unique to distinguish the character from others.
Otherwise they will NEVER be on my fav list.
I usually dislike episodic shows or shows that focus entirely on comedy. Not that I hate to laugh. Just that I like shows that are memorable. I like the type of shows that lead up to something big.
I'm not a fan of anime that are too long. Even if I like the show. I just dislike sitting through too many episodes. The most I would rate those type of shows would be an 7.
My first anime I watched when I was younger was sailor moon. I got back into anime somewhere around middle school my first anime (after so many years) being Naruto which got me into watching anime again.
You can ask me stuff. Like why I liked or disliked a certain show, etc. Just be mindful not to get aggressive or upset on my reply. It's just an opinion. I dislike people who pick fights over opinions.
I like to give suggestions to people.
I never drop anime because…
1. I like to give anime a full chance.
2. I don't know why but dropping an anime would bother me. I just hate to leave things unfinished. (OCD) <.<
3. If I don’t finish it I could be missing the best anime or ending of all things and I would never know it.
Ratings: I only rate things based on enjoyment. Not music, animation, art etc.
Enjoyment for me is mostly an engaging plot. (Engaging plot for me has to have a beginning, middle, and a REAL ending.
10- So amazingly good, I would watch it again. I loved all the episodes and I anticipate going to the next episode. I never get bored of it. When I give something a 10 it doesn't mean I think it's perfection. I don't think anything can be perfect. A 10 (for me) just means highly enjoyable to the point where I couldn't stop watching. The flaws are minimum or don't take away from the enjoyment.
9-It's a just like a 10 except I wouldn't have the same amount of enjoyment the second time around.
8-Has a overall well developed storyline. Has a beginning, middle, and real ending.
Filler is very minimum or doesn't steer away too long from the plot. As good as the anime is it didn't get to the point where I got completely absorbed and wanted to immediately go to next ep.
7- Given to anime that keep my interest with a good story. Anime that could have been an 8 if not for certain factors. Here are examples of some of those factors:
- Anime is too long
- Lack of a real ending
- Needless filler added
6- I barely liked it. Had a decent idea of a story but was poorly executed. Lack of a real ending. Something holding it back.
5- I liked it and disliked it (mediocre)
4- Most of it was boring but not a total waste.
3-A story I don't get at all or it's boring and dull.
2- I don't like the characters and it has an extremely boring story.
1-The director didn't seem to put any effort into making it good and/or can't remember anytime it had an enjoyable moment.
Characters I'm extremely fond of and why:
Fakir -Is a jerk in the beginning. But they really show a great change later with him. You can understand him and his motives. He’s just so likable because of his change. He became a great attribute to the story. Heck, nearly all the main characters in this anime were likable. He had this great role of fighting against fate. As a plus, he’s hotness ^^
Yoite - He gets sick all the time and he’s going to die soon in the anime. He just wants to disappear. You can’t help but feel bad for this poor tragic character. He looks like a human version of a raven or black cat and gives off this hot vibe. I loved every time he was on screen. He has a certain innocence about him. It’s really cute.
Ken Ichijouji- Sure, he's very easy to hate in the beginning. But, behind all his abuse was a lonely, confused soul. He tries very hard to atone for his sins throughout the series.
Ren Tao- I like bad guys who come to the good side. Behind all his pride, stubbornness, and quick temper he really is a great guy who cares for his friends. He had a sad past but is a very strong, ambitious person.
Crona-(Had to put him/her in some catergory... O.o) I can really relate to Crona in some way. We both are very isolated from society and awkward around people. He/she is psychotic, demented but at the same time like a lost child yearning for acceptance. You can’t help but feel for him/her cause of Crona’s awful childhood. Crona plays the role as the tragic hero/heroine who tries his/her best to go against her/his fate on being on the bad side. All of Crona’s bashful reactions make Crona the most cutest character in anime history (in my eyes).
Juliet-She not like the typical female anime character. She kicks butt and doesn’t whine about anything. Even dressing like a boy. But you can also see a loving side to her; from seeing her interactions with Romeo and with her family. She’s a very realistic character and you can feel what she’s going through.
These are the characters that I just can't stand when they're on screen. No offense if your favorite character is on this list...
Ayano Kannagi-Most brattiest girl I’ve ever seen. I couldn’t stand her. She got on my last nerve in every episode. I think she’s the worst female character ever.
Usagi- Over the top crybaby.
Skuld-Got in the way whenever Belldandy and Keiichi got to a romantic scene. And so bratty.
Ritsu Sohma-All he did was apologize over and over again in a high-pitched voice that really got irritating. I think he’s more annoying than Kagura -.-
Bando-His purpose in the anime just seemed to be “the biggest jerk ever.”
Cell-He had that “I’m better than you” vibe throughout the whole cell arc. It just irritated me. This is why DBZ was rated lower because of this arc. This character. And all the filler episodes in that arc. Most ugliest character design.
Lyserg Diethel-He wouldn’t stop whining about his revenge. His whining gets irritating after a while. Plus I hate what he does to the group later. I did see it coming though.
Anime I'm looking forward to watching the most...
Tower of Druaga: The Aegis of Uruk
Juushin Enbu Hero Tales
Kaze no Yojimbo
Mouryou no Hako
Okusama wa Mahou Shoujo
Shadow Skill: Eigi
Soukou no Strain
The Story of Cinderella
Tokyo Majin Gakuen Kenpucho: Tou
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