Skadi's Profile


Anime Stats
Days: 210.5
Mean Score: 6.79
  • Total Entries1,975
  • Rewatched72
  • Episodes14,053
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Shakunetsu no Takkyuu Musume
Shakunetsu no Takkyuu Musume
Feb 11, 2:45 AM
Completed 12/12 · Scored 6
Brave Witches
Brave Witches
Jan 4, 4:48 PM
Completed 12/12 · Scored 7
Watashi ga Motete Dousunda
Watashi ga Motete Dousunda
Jan 4, 4:44 PM
Completed 12/12 · Scored 7
Manga Stats
Days: 16.0
Mean Score: 6.17
  • Total Entries231
  • Reread2
  • Chapters2,059
  • Volumes318
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Koe no Katachi
Koe no Katachi
Sep 10, 2016 1:35 PM
Completed 64/64 · Scored 7
Mar 25, 2016 1:08 PM
Reading 12/67 · Scored -
Mar 25, 2016 1:07 PM
Reading 2/70 · Scored -


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chrox_bleack Feb 13, 7:00 PM
huh you almost took my real name (my real name is shadi)
B_Raiden_ Jan 17, 11:11 PM
Have read most of your reviews and have found some that may peek my interest, thanks again

-From some stranger ;)
_SsoraX_ Jan 16, 6:12 AM
hi, whats the anime from your profile or fanart?
Moogle-Magic Jan 6, 7:46 AM
Yup, and I'm down to the last one... Read the manga for one, couldn't find it animated ( which is funny because it wasn't actually yaoi, more like hentai but not all that generic ).
There is only one that I genuinely enjoy, it's pretty sweet.
Moogle-Magic Jan 5, 5:31 PM
I've made it my goal to watch every available yaoi anime on MAL, and oh boy you are right in your reviews.
Had so much fun reading them.
I actually respect you for taking your time to review such atrocities.
Master10K Jan 3, 4:40 PM
Sounds like you and your family had fulfilling Winter break. For me this period has just been a time of family & friendly get togethers. No holidaying abroad for me.
Master10K Jan 3, 9:48 AM
Discovered a bunch of anime shorts on youtube that are fairly fleshed out...
Kowarekake no Orgel
Ongaku Shoujo
Thought you might be interested.
Master10K Jan 2, 3:46 PM
Well apart from marathoning a ton of anime, haven't done much else this New Year. You?
Master10K Dec 31, 2016 3:20 PM
Happy New Year!

MisterGibbon Dec 31, 2016 12:07 PM
Reading your Gurren-Lagann review felt....liberating. Almost every other voice out there seems to be steadfastly insisting that if you don't absolutely adore TTGL, then your heart is a little black shrivelled-up prune that can never know true joy. Your review on the other hand addressed pretty much every grievance I've had with the show - fairly, accurately and without exaggeration. Thanks for putting it out there...
PS: Your Urusei Yatsura review was also spot-on
Playcool Dec 28, 2016 9:10 AM
Yeah, no problem there.
I m also spending less time here now, just came to reply to some stuff, discuss here and there, etc.
I do most updates using MAL android app.
Been kinda busy, think I finally found something that I can hold up to for now, as a career option.
Ikusagami Dec 24, 2016 7:49 PM
Merry Christmas!
Ikusagami Dec 23, 2016 1:29 PM
Any good parent would kill over their children. We still have that inborn momma bear instinct.
Great... now I'm picturing you as an anthropomorphic bear lady. I'm going to see you as an Utawarerumono character every time I talk to you from now on.
*pulls ears*

"I think its more common for people to mature with age and experience."
If you believe that, you are damn lucky. I just know that I have had the misfortune of knowing many, many, MANY people who did not mature with age, whatsoever. I think the premise of maturing with experience hinges on the capacity for learning from experience, and a lot of people are keener on repeating mistakes than learning.
I do recall you've said you never worked a blue collar job or lived in a low income neighborhood and that you haven't frequented any internet forums, so I think you've been lucky enough to avoid the "average" person to realize just how close to animals stupid people are (and by stupid, I mean average, [speaking statistically] {seriously, check the MAL forums some time if you want to lose your faith in humanity altogether}).
I do envy your faith in humanity though. I've been exposed enough to different varieties that I have to see it in percentiles, wherein Sturgeon's law very much applies to our species. (Which is why I praise your intellect and maturity so much lately, since I've encountered even more shit people in the past couple years, when I already had a cynical view... so your value's gone up with rarity, haha)
But look at it this way, we've been discussing the weak willed liberal leftist SJWs taking over society. Referring to them as spoiled princess types and such who cannot face the real world--now take account of the fact that their rhetoric is often spread, and even conceived, first by older adults with real-world experience, but who yet maintain the maturity level to think in such parochial childlike manners (that appeal so much to kids because it's the same cognitive wavelength). And then the stupid younger ones latch onto the teachings of the stupid older ones because they assume they have enough experience to know what they're talking about. When really, it's just man/womanchildren leading actual children, creating a closed loop.

There's a difference between morals and mentality, but morals are still affected by mentality, so I meant it as a kind of sub-stratum example. Like if I was talking about Americans in general, and used Pennsylvanians as a demonstration. I feel people's personal principles very much affect how they interact with the world, so the two are intrinsically bound.

As for the princess bit, I know, it was just the mention of it set the tangent, as it's a peeve of mine that I encounter so damn many women who call or consider themselves princesses, yet they are always the furthest from it. It's like seeing a trash collector or sewage maintenance worker wearing armani to work.

"You sure enjoy analyzing me. :P"
*hides magnifying glass*
Nah. I just know you well enough that I don't have to analyze you.
In truth, rather than me being analytical, I'd say anybody who doesn't pick up on your love of sociological discourse right off would have to be brain damaged. I mean, it's not exactly a passion you try to keep locked up secret or anything, haha.

But on the topic, ironically, people often comment I "overanalyze" things when I'm just making blase observations about human behaviour. But then, I've put the footwork into individual minds that you put into social mindsets, so, much like you can observe things on the social spectrum as obvious that normal people can't see, I can see the etiology in behavioral patterns that, I guess(?), other people think require some close scrutiny. But then, sociology takes a bit more work for me; I have to apply individual psychology to a larger scale, so considering it often leads me to the same conclusions as somebody much more talented in sociological matters, I suppose it gives at least some credence to my own specialties.

"One of the things I am most passionate about is censorship."
"I detest it."
"It offends me so it shouldn't exist."
I see what you did there. :P
Look at you trying to censor censorship! Appalling!
heh heh. *poke*
We had this conversation a couple times, and it's another thing we agree on. Though, for me, it's a matter of logical precedence. I tried explaining it to a friend once who was upset about people protesting the ban of some VN with revenge rape elements. I tried to explain to her that while she finds it apalling, and has every right to, there are plenty of people who find games she does like appalling, and so setting that precedence for censoring whatever somebody doesn't like will just create a snowball effect where nothing is acceptable (where the limp wristed left is leading us, actually--if Mark Twain can't use the N word, and Thomas Jefferson gets censored from our money, what next? History books that skip over "unpleasant" periods?). She just kept saying it's an awful game and so nobody should care if it's banned, and completely missed the point that the same thing is said by most non-gamers of GTA. And that's just this generation. In the nineties people wanted Mortal Kombat banned, and in the late eighties, there were actually specials made by religious figures calling for the banning of "pagan" games polluting young minds like Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest! So I say if somebody wants to play a game where they perform atrocities, let them, so long as it stays on their television.
As Plato said, "'The virtuous man contents himself with video gamesdreaming that which the wicked man does in actual life."

"we can throw these sexual flirtations back and forth and it doesn't get awkward between us."
It's because we're not prudish or uptight like most people. As much as modern society prides itself on being sexually free, with all our PC liberties, the fact people still get so worked up inventing new classifications and defining what is acceptable to address them as proves they're just as sexually insecure as people were in the 50s.
Those of us who are secure in our sexuality don't have any hangups to trip us up over harmless jokes.
Hell, if you joked with most people on the internet the same way, well... you've played MMOs, so I don't even have to tell you.

But that said, it is always great to find a woman who can keep up with me. ;)

Playcool Dec 22, 2016 8:33 AM
Well I though you were back in action (when I seen a comment of yours in some random profile around MAL some days ago), since you never replied.

Your last comment made me believe you will be taking a break, dunno.