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Use old embed code. Hide old embed code. The Ultimate Anime Recommendation Flowchart. DESIGN The idea behind this flowchart was my habit of watching anime with alternating mood: something entertaining followed by something ambitious, and never two "heavy" series in a row. Since software development is what I study, I am more than familiar with the idea of flowcharts, and I made a quick sketch of two questions "Do you want something ambitious?

That's why I've decided to give the thing a few public iterations and make something that I could publish and not feel embarassed about five minutes afterwards. Examples of people in the groups: first is the class I teach, second is me, third is my sister. For all of them, series like FMA:B and Attack on Titan will be something interesting, but there are also some more precise shots, like Mushishi for the Ghibli crowd, Magi for the young Avatar fans and Toradora as the introduction to romance.

All three comedies are more than just that because the anime comedy antics are difficult to get used to think how distracting was the overused chibi joke im FMA:B and all these series have something else going on for them. Maou-sama and Angel Beats are straight out action comedies that should takje a grip on a newbie with just the action, and Toradora is an example of "come for the comedy, stay for the drama" that however imperfect let's be real, some people will hate Taiga's abusiveness can open up the whole comedy genre to many people.

Alternative for Toradora here would be Nisekoi but come on I'm not that cruel. All the series in the beginner section are attractive for both genders Magi, Psycho-Pass and AoT are even considered "fujobait" because I did not want to make any excessive notes about demographics and series with overblown fanservice tend to be offputting anyway.

GENRES Main problem of the old layout was bundling "cute girls doing cute things" under "feels", which were considered "ambitious". This division isn't perfect, but the main blocks are more or less the same size. Action-adventure is bundled together because of the huge overlap in the demand, the demographics, and the designation of particular series into one of the two genres.

It would be an uneasy task to split hybrid action-adventure series into one of the two categories, and using three branches action, adventure, hybrid seems like excessive compartmentalization. Differentiating between finished and unfinished action series is something that was needed because this is the worst offender in that regard.

The "Pure Fun" branch is a mix of action comedies and "guilty pleasure" series I've personally enjoyed in their entirety plus JoJo. I don't expect anyone to have the exact same taste as me, but there is no objective way to assess trainwrecks in their value, so I went full subjective on that one. Keep in mind the whole thing is tainted with my subjective opinion on what objectivity is : One big disservice this chart makes is to the sports genre.

Aside of few romances Cross Game, Touch that have been placed in a more appropriate manner, all the other sports series are bundled together in a subbranch of "Action" even though many of them don't have any action whatsoever.

I've gotta admit, this whole section is just made in consultation with people who are fans of the sports anime folks over at IRC , because I haven't watched any. And even though it became apparent to me some good time ago, it's an error that's been made far too early in the design phase to have an easy way to fix it. Having parodies in a separate category allowed for an all-branch disclaimer: "you need to know what it's a parody of". Why isn't romance a separate category?

Well, popular romance series tend to be comedies or tragedies, and in some stories the romance doesn't necessarily drive the plot. I've decided then to use Comedy and Drama as main genres, and overall limit the number of main genres. So same goes for things like sci-fi, mecha, magical girls, sports. Byproduct of the design choice. Drama is designed with adult audiences in mind.

This is by far the worst section when it comes to "what the author of the chart watched" ratio. Half of these is my PTW list - I'm a young adult and have lots of catching up to do. There are few designs choices I'll still stand by, which is bundling the groups of mindfuck sci-fi, ambitious romances, and Ikuhara shows. Thrillers and horrors are self-explanatory. My only regret is not fitting in Millenium Actress and Paranoia Agent, but all fans of Satoshi Kon will find these anyway.

Note that my favourite horror Shinsekai yori is in the Drama section. Three reasons. First, the footnote at the very bottom says "important", not 'best". Popular new series are important because they exist in the anime fandom's minds, cosplays, comments and gif reactions. This chart is meant to be a guide to the anime as it is at a very specific point in time.

I expect it to outdate in a few years unless I update it at least annually. Second - the "Seinfeld is Unfunny" syndrome. Some series have used or even invented the tropes that since then have been reused, recycled, mirrored, parodied and reforged to a point where the original seems repetitive and cliched to a newcomer. Third - the old let's define old as and new as animation is often uneasy on the eyes of those who come with the expectations of something similar to Avatar, Batman and Teen Titans.

Sure, old anime often has better production values, but times change and tastes change with them. We the '90s kids who grew up on DBZ, Sailor Moon and Pokemon are in out mids now and the new generation, even though eager to hear what we have to say, doesn't necessarily see the appeal of what we enjoyed source: I teach kids 10 years younger than me, some of which are getting into anime.

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Re: gambling anime alternating series

Postby Arazragore В» 25.09.2019

Yumeko Jabami has a pretty appearance, but she is a gambling maniac who loves high stakes. Silver Link. Special - Oct 24, The murderer sat down with her and challenged her to a game of Shougi, after telling her that if she wanted to stay alive she should forget how to hambling, and forget what happened that night.

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Re: gambling anime alternating series

Postby Zuzil В» 25.09.2019

Madhouse 12 eps. At first glance, Kiwatari seems to be winning and sees that Yumeko and Mary are working together. Seeking independence from his tense home life, he moves into an apartment in Tokyo. Views Read Edit View history.

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