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I love anime, and I love it more when it leaves me with that feeling of fulfillment, when a show ends and I feel I didn't just "passed time". I also like to challenge myself into rating objectively, that is, not include my enjoyment in the rating, and for that a clear mind helps a lot. Despite how much I bark, I don't believe taste defines individuals, so unless you've proven yourself to be unlikeable, don't believe I hate you just because you defend your shitty show.
The scores below are starting to get based on comparative terms and what the show does, and are not based on enjoyment. I have to fix some, and I don't have set-in-stone measuring, only reasoning, so do take them with a load of salt, spice and pepper.
On broad terms, superficial things (art & animation) get a 30% weight and substancial things (characters, story and plot) get a 70% weight. This criteria applies to every show for uniformity sake. For that same reason, don't take them as a measure of what the show does, in detail, that makes it amazing. That's what reviews are for, and those are beyond my capabilities.
Eventually, I'll add a 5/5 scale to place enjoyment (Love, Like, Apathy, Dislike and Cringe), in case somebody cares.
-Divided in Art and Animation, Music, Sound and Voice Acting. They are amazing feats on their own, but they're just the surface. If the show manages to do these in a competent way, enough to portray what it shows without raising eyebrows, it gets around 15 to 20% of it. Even more implies it excels in comparison to another shows.
-Divided in script, direction of scenes, pacing, complexity, conclusion and premise, for the story and plot, and for characterization, backdrop, development, realization and personality stand-out for characters. If it gets passable enough to not raise eyebrows and be coherent, it gets 35 to 40% of it, maybe more depending of the characters, since they have a bigger weight(40%) than the story(30%). Anything more implies the show has excelled or paved an example.
The scores also round up regardless of decimals. Why? Because I want to give 10 to something.
10 - Excellence (from 9.1 to 10)
9 - Amazing (from 8.1 to 9)
8 - Pretty Good (from 7.1 to 8)
7 - Good (from 6.1 to 7)
6 - Passable (from 5.1 to 6)
5 - Average (from 4.1 to 5)
4 -Shallow (from 3.1 to 4)
3 - Bad (from 2.1 to 3)
2 - Awful (from 1.1 to 2)
1 - Doesn't exist (from 1 to 1)