Mar 24, 1:14 PM
Joined: Mar 2015
Can we get an achievement for watching Gender-Bender anime?
Prepare thy backside for my hammer of justice.
Mar 24, 2:29 PM
Mar 26, 11:17 AM
Joined: Jun 2009
These should be added to the current "I like them long" achievement list
Modified by ShojoSamurai, Mar 26, 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, 4:54 AM
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Joined: Aug 2014
@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.