The name is "Agil" been watching anime since summer of 2012 with my first anime being Clannad. I've been successful in wasting my time watching at least 100 anime every year and for some reason I am proud of that. I enjoy 80% of all shows, and I usually rate them all highly because most aren't "That bad" but now with the suggestion of a friend I have decided to be extremely critical of every show (to the best of my ability) when it comes to the score regardless of my personal tastes. The characters are a heavy part of the story and also the authors intention when writing the story. Anyways, now here is how the ratings are scored.
Scoring - I score anime based on the genre that it is in.
Action/Adventure/Shounen - Consistency, an active plot, no asspulls, great characters, fantastic conclusion. What is the author trying to do here? Is he trying to make a fantastic story? Or is he trying to make a story that will appeal to casual watchers who will do anything to see their main characters become invincible in combat. Plots that keep you on the edge of your seat because you have no idea what will happen.
Comedy - Solely relies on how many episodes of the show was actually funny, if they tried to add a legitimate plot to the story, like Kanojo ga Flag, and the story is trash the score will go down as well. While something like Sabagebu with no serious focus in the plot will get a higher score because it is pure comedy
Mystery/Horror - Does the mystery fill up the time for episodes? Meaning, does the show have mini arcs that don't contribute to the overall mystery. Does the show have great characters who analyze the situation they are in and slowly but surely figure their way through this Mystery. Is the story strongly concluded with a reason that makes sense to the universe in this show.
Harem/Reverse Harem - A mix between comedy, action and mystery. Excess ecchi will bring the score down because if i really wanted to see anime titties I will read a fucking doujin.
Romance/Shoujo/Yaoi/Yuri - Do the people involved have a realistic development for their relationship, are these characters likeable? (This is subjective). How is their relationship developed? Did friends force them together like Lovely Complex? Or did they slowly fall in love together like Kimi ni Todoke. Are the characters irreplaceable? An example would be Tomoya from Clannad, could anybody else be a better pairing for Nagisa than him? Im sure there isn't because of how perfectly the story is told, IMO.
Sports - Heavily dependent on how the story is told. Does the team win every single game regardless of the circumstances? Is there "Nakama" powers that help the team win the game? Is the sport realistically portrayed in the show? Is the development of characters in the series feel rushed?
Please ask my questions if you don't like my scores. I like talking to people.