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Tpfang56 said:There's an achievement for really old anime (before the 80s) and not there's an achievement for old anime (80s and 90s). Considering the amount of anime released in those two decades and their similarities there isn't any point in separating them.
I'm just curious, is there any reason that 80s and 90s anime are under one achievement (classics) instead of having separate achievements for each decade?
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NeedSomeLogic said:A tier could be like "did you just assume my gender"
A manga achievement for the gender bender genre.
It's pretty specific and doesn't have an Insufficient amount of material (1,158 total) nor does it have too many titles.
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Maybe I'm asking too much but since there is a GAR achievement can we get a MOE one too? And like with the GAR achievement people can nominate animes for that category.
Edit: also maybe a bizarre or parody achievement?
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Can we get an achievement for watching Gender-Bender anime?
Prepare thy backside for my hammer of justice.
Funny that some people have borderline NSFW in their signatures, yet I get mine removed for "exceeding file size".
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These should be added to the current "I like them long" achievement list
Modified by ShojoSamurai, Mar 26, 2017 11:29 AM
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In fact, this, is my real problem: I can't see my progress for achievement with only one level. It could be nice to show them all, even if we are at level 0.
Edit: Just saw the pending suggestions "— progress for the achievements in which the user has not yet attained the first level, displayed as a progress bar with a lock badge;"
Modified by Kezian, Apr 22, 2017 4:54 AM
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@Reinhard: I am perfectly aware who and what is depicted on the badges, as well as that the badges follow a pattern with which the final (4th) level is a monochromatic symbol on black background, which currently is the badge for level 4 of the Space achievement, thus the images will not be changed. Following rules and patterns is very important.
I am sorry, but why not reverse the text then? Despite all the patterns the text about the emperor without an emperor (or the image of a spaceship with a text about the imperor) does look quite odd.
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@Wannabiteme: You don't seem to know how manga volumes (tankoubons) work.
All tankoubons of all manga have a generally similar page count of ~200 pages. There are of course exceptions, but they are few. Thus it is completely natural to for them to have a different chapter count, since chapter length greatly varies between different manga.
As an example you have Dogs: Bullets & Carnage and Shokugeki no Souma which have 9-10 chapters per volume of about 20 pages each (and most weekly manga in general), or you have Pandora Hearts and Kuroshitsuji which have 4-5 chapters per volume of about 40 pages each (and most monthly manga in general).
Same goes for the light novels, with an example of Accel World with ~10 chapters per ~220 page volume and Black Bullet with ~3 chapters per ~220 page volume.
As you can see, counting volumes is the most universally fair and correct way, since volume length is universal, regardless of the chapter count.
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OK, I've checked out the List of Suggestions topic and I'm really excited to see the rest from the "Approved Suggestions" implemented. Thanks for all your hard work!
Now, I'm not going to suggest anything regarding genres and stuff, but I'd like to suggest something for future badges that you'll be using for the "Approved" and even the "Pending" suggestions in case they get implemented. Would it be OK if you'll use characters from newer anime to appear in the badges for future achievements? Like, for example, a badge with a picture of Rem from Re:Zero in it. (Maybe for the future achievement related to reading light novels, or something else.)
So yeah, just a minor suggestion though. :P Thank you! >_<
Jun 18, 2017 9:58 PM
@LunyRed: You're welcome. :)
As far as the badges go, we usually go for the most iconic series within the theme, so they may or may not be new, but we will take it into consideration for the further ones. For the specific light novel one, as far as I personally would like to oblige to that suggestion, we already made those months ago and sent them over to Deiv, so the chances of changing them are slim, sorry. :/
Jun 19, 2017 2:35 AM
@Half_Bl00d: Oh I see. That's fine. :) Based from my understanding, the 3 remaining suggestions from the "Approved Suggestions" list already have their badges finalized, is that correct? In that case, that's alright. :) I'm looking forward to see those implemented soon.
If changing the badges is a no-go, then maybe it would be fine to suggest the badge idea for the list from the "Pending Suggestions"? There are plenty of them, but after reading the suggestions here, I found an achievement which I think could be appropriate for a badge with Rem.
— a single-level achievement awarded upon reaching a certain number of rewatches or rereads;
This sounds interesting. This gave me an idea wherein re-watching an anime means the user would like to witness everything again in that specific anime from start to finish. Kinda like re-watching Re:Zero just to see Rem again and hear her voice.
Another reason that I find this appropriate is because it is only a single-level achievement. That means, once the user earns the badge, the badge becomes permanent. It doesn't have to level-up anymore to see it change to a different badge. This clearly reminds me of the "No-Drop" achievement for anime/manga. It's a permanent achievement for users with 0 drops while having 50 completed entries. So yeah, taking the "No-Drop" badge into account, this one could become a guaranteed permanent Rem badge! :D
And this last one might sound stupid. The prefix "re-" consists of the first two letters of Rem's name. >w> (Also "Re" from Re:Zero) OK I know this has nothing to do with anything, so please ignore this last paragraph. >_<
Since it's still in the "Pending Suggestions" list, there might still be a chance that this one little suggestion could go into the "Approved Suggestions", and that the Rem badge could see the light of day. If this suggestion ends up getting rejected somehow, at least I'm happy that I was able to express my idea.
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Rating distribution graphs should not include unrated shows. This defies common sense.
The use of the graph is to easily visualize and find statistical patterns. But being unrated means that show doesn't have the necessary data to be put into the graph. Perhaps a tally of unrated shows could still be included on the page, but when it's put into the graph it makes it harder to parse the data. But the bottom line is this: it's nonsensical to include unrated shows in a histogram based on rating.
Edit: The same argument can be made to remove the 'titles of unknown length' bar from the corresponding graph.
Modified by ickdanny, Jul 6, 2017 9:26 PM
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Recent history graph counts only last updated episode. For example, if you add a completed anime in the list, it counts as 1 episode. If you change the last watched episode not by + button but by changing the number from 5 to 10, it does the same. Maybe it's better to count recent history as the difference between the newly updated number and the previously updated number?
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