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Joined: Sep 2011
As of June 6th, 2016, it is required that you keep track of your anime watching through MAL with your Anime History set to public. Please make sure you're adding each episode as you watch it (as much and/or often as possible).
There have been multiple issues where it appears questionable whether a member really watched a series or if they're just adding it to their list to complete a challenge. This club is based on each individual member having integrity and being trustworthy, but that belief does not have any "proof" to back it up besides MAL's Anime History record. When verifying that someone has completed a challenge, the anime history is the only proof that member has. If their "proof" is questionable (such as 15 episodes all being added within the same minute and then 30 minutes later marking the series as complete when it has 26 episodes, for example) it's hard to feel the member has actually earned the badge/points the challenge would reward. This new "rule" will probably not be liked and we do apologize that it's becoming a requirement. However, should one person be allowed to "abuse" the trust the club has put in them, it's unfair and rude to those other members that actually tried, stuck to the rules, and worked hard to earn the badges/points rewarded.
Violations will be handled as followed:
Collections are basically mini-challenges, or challenges targeted at completing everything related to a specific series. While these aren't as hard or intense as normal challenges, they are still time consuming and definitely not as easy you would expect them to be. As such, there are completion buttons which are half the size of a normal button to further indicate that it is a collection, and not a full on challenge.
Modified by Kreyul, Oct 7, 2018 9:36 AM
Joined: Aug 2015
Modified by AYOSHINA, Jul 9, 2017 7:54 AM