On semi-hiatus. I would be more inclined to accept a friend request if we've talked in the forums or in the comments. Feel free to leave a comment below or send me a message though!
If I reply belatedly to your comment or PM it's because I am studying for my exams and playing a VN, so I haven't forgotten you, I will definitely reply in time :)
A few things about me
20 years old
junior, studying psychology
languages: english, greek, spanish. I used to be able to speak french fluently too but I don't remember shit anymore
My hobbies include reading books, playing the piano (both classical and anime songs) and playing video games. I am interested in english literature and poetry, latin, criminology and clinical psychology.
Although I haven't had the chance to dive into this medium properly, I really enjoy visual novels. I have only completed Grisaia no Kajitsu and I'm currently reading Dies Irae, which is lit, but I have many others in my mental PTR list.
My online presence is irregular. Even if if we've disagreed strongly, I never hold grudges. I think people are multi-dimensional and they're not defined simply by their opinion on a specific issue.
Death Note was the first anime I watched in 2012.
Another gateway series for me was Naruto. I still have a soft spot for it, hence my absolutely biased score.
I am interested in both BL and GL, but I find dubcon (which is usually associated with these genres) extremely off-putting.
I can watch anime of any genre, as long as the plot and the characters are interesting enough to keep me invested. Character development is the aspect I value the most.
Poor animation does not put me off that much; In fact, I rarely do notice unless it's extremely rushed or lackluster.
-My ratings are based completely on my enjoyment of the series. They are bound to be subjective, so you might find shitty series with a high rating or the exact opposite. Lastly, I drop series if I think they are really bad. Watching anime/reading manga is supposed to be a hobby, so there's no point in forcing myself to finish a series.