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Wish I tried recording the anime I watched when I first started. I might still be missing some. Oh and I can't be bothered creating a manga list as of now...
Cause forum avatar refuses to accept a larger image...
just to compensate!
My Top 10 可愛い list (essentially pet status):
1. Tsutsukakushi Tsukiko (Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko)
2. Megumin (Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!)
3. Miyauchi Renge (Non Non Biyori)
4. Kafuu Chino (Gochuumon wa Usagi desu ka?)
5. Tachibana Kanade (Angel Beats)
6. Takanashi Rikka (Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai)
7. Shiina Mashiro (Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo)
8. Kato Megumi (Saenai Heroine no Sodateka)
9. Mochizuki Momiji (New Game!!)
10. Sakura Chiyo (Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun)
I really need to stop being lazy and make this section full of cute pictures and GIFs...
Note: In all cases, my Top 10 可愛い list trumps any other of my list, even my favorite characters list.
I love for my Top 10 可愛い list to be shaken up every so often. But really it hasn't. If you have any recommendations to watch an anime with an anime character cuter than Tsukiko, I welcome them all.
My anime rating system:
Plot is the amount of things that the anime has accomplished in the given number of episodes. Anime that score well in this would be those that have an interesting storyline that is executed well with good pacing
Character is how well-written the characters are, as well as the amount of character development they have undergone throughout the series.
Animation and Atmosphere
This is mostly the section to award the anime for it's visual effects and soundtrack that help build up the atmosphere of the series.
Impact is basically how many fks I give about the series and how much the series has stirred my emotions. This is probably the most vague of the categories (and intentionally so), so it's probably the category which I've changed the way I rate most drastically over time.
Entertainment is how much I enjoyed a series.
To obtain the final rating of an anime, I rate all 5 categories out of 10, then average them. To clear the decimal point, I would round off the scores. I initially refrained from rounding off for scores 9.2 and above, but eventually tweaked the system and watched enough anime, now a normal rounding off will work perfectly for anime with a rating of 9.2 or higher.
The good thing about this rating system is it's pretty fair in balancing how much I enjoyed the series and it's quality. My original system was made to fit how most scores are given in MAL and gives the average anime series a score of 7.2/10. However I noticed having such a small spread makes it difficult to accurately showcase relative score, which is why I eventually tweaked it to not peg the score to any average