I have decided to update my review scores from */5 to */10. I feel that I can more accurately rate the media that way. I hope to being doing this for all my reviews sometime over the next few day, hopefully with an accompanying graphic, so keep your eyes out for that. Thanks for reading!
In celebration of the anniversary month, here is the very first review I ever wrote.
Claymore is a anime that was released in 2007. It revolves around a warrior called Clare who works for the organization. She spends her life going from job to job hunting monster called Yoma, a horrifying beast that preys upon humans. In order to combat these creatures, Claymores (Part human, part Yoma) are dispatched to hunt them and kill them. During one mission Clare meets a young boy called Raki, whose family has been slaughtered by a Yoma that is plaguing his village. Raki is fascinated by Clare and tries to learn as much as he can about her and the Claymores. Clare can not comprehend his intrigue as everyone else she has meet has only looked upon her with fear. Eventually, Clare finds and kills the Yoma. She then immediately leaves the village, at the same time Raki is ostracized from his village as the people fear he may be infected. He then tries…
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“It’ because you were embarrassed, frustrated, bitter, and jealous. If there’s a time when those ill feelings surfaced, then there’s also going to be a time where you restrained yourself, smiled, and then cut your relationships afterwards. Being aware of your eventual break up was a rather complicated thing. If you wanted to graduate with a smile, shouldn’t you avoid approaching your friends too much? And that’s where having no friends was super convenient!” Hachiman Hikigaya, My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU
“I am the God placed here to save the weak and create a perfect world.” – Light Yagami, Death Note