Did a 1k+ new card marathon yesterday to get it finished off. Still got 387 mostly nasty dregs that I skipped over, but I'm going to get things cool off before I even consider tackling those. Apart from these, all non-core, non-katakana words marked 'common' in JMdict are now active.
One cool thing that happened. Get to 羽子板 and think, is that REALLY a common word?? Google says 3.7m hits. Guess it must be common. Top hit is the wikipedia article so I click & have a read. Encounter 下学集 which I can't read and isn't in JMdict so click that and ... encounter 羅列, a 'common' word with an obvious reading this time but which I don't know ... sigh. Continue grinding through cards and lo and behold 羅列 comes up ... yay!
For the last 5 days I added a cram session for failed cards to take some of the sting out of the following days' reviews (encountering some new 'idiosyncrasies' in Anki's user interface in the process I might add). I had never bothered with this before but it turned out to be very effective. On the downside it made the crammed cards so much easier than the normal review cards that it became tempting to fail them on that basis alone.
The kanjipeen continues to show a satisfying tumescence in light of all this. I think the oddest new kanji I encountered was 甕, which I had never seen but which gets 4.6 million hits, surprisingly.
The seen cards in this collection contain:
3927 total unique kanji.
Old jouyou: 1940 of 1940 (100.0%).
New jouyou: 196 of 196 (100.0%).
Jinmeiyou (regular): 587 of 641 (91.6%).
Jinmeiyou (variant): 41 of 145 (28.3%).
1163 non-jouyou kanji.
Grade 1: 80 of 80 (100.0%).
Grade 2: 160 of 160 (100.0%).
Grade 3: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 4: 200 of 200 (100.0%).
Grade 5: 185 of 185 (100.0%).
Grade 6: 181 of 181 (100.0%).
JuniorHS: 934 of 934 (100.0%).