# Anime MAL AL K Genres Season

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Queries are case-insensitive, SEARCH is the same as search and queries match partially, if you search for sil it will deliver all words where sil matches on, silver, abcdsildef, etc. Conditions for genre, studio, etc. are split on comma (,), meaning if you look for a producer which has a comma in its name, the search would split the query into two, thinking you enter two producer names.

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eps:[[<>]number], episodes:[[<>]number], eps:>[number], eps:<[number], episodes:>[number], episodes:<[number]
Example: episodes:>50
Shows all anime with more episodes than 50. Between > and < there is no space allowed, <> means negation = "not number".
Long running anime with an unknown episode count (or not yet known) have internally 0 episodes, to search for them you'd simply search for eps:0, to exclude them eps:<>0.

duration:[[<>]number], duration:>[number], duration:<[number]
Example: duration:<20
Displays all anime with a runtime of less than 20 minutes.
Keep in mind that for unknown runtimes the runtime is 0 and <20 would include those as well.
Negation supported with <>number.

rating:[[<>]number], rating:>[number], rating:<[number]
Example: rating:<5.55
Displays all anime with a rating of less than 5.55.
Potentially upcoming anime have a 0 rating by default and ratings are in "a.bc" format.
An underscore (_) at the end of the number will round the rating down and is supported for rating:[number] only.
Example: rating:5_
Will display anime with a rating of 5.00 to 5.99.
"rating" looks for any rating specified, be it MAL, AL or K. To only list the rating regarding one of those three, prefix "rating" with m, a or k.
Example: arating:6_ AND mrating:7_
Display all anime that have an Anilist rating over 5.99, but below 7 and a MAL rating between 7 and 7.99.
Remember: Kitsu rating ("krating") goes from 1-5, while AL and MAL use a 1-10 scale.

Example: season:Winter 2014
Gives you all anime that were starting in the season Winter 2014.
Anime may run longer than one season and aren't displayed in all the seasons they aired in but only the season they started in.

genre:[string[,string2]], genre:[<>]string
Example: genre:ecchi,shounen
Displays all anime with both of these two genres. If you want to find anime that have one of several genres, use OR: genre:ecchi OR genre:shounen.
Negation only works with one genre at a time due to the way the search concatenates queries, to exclude more than one genre use AND: genre:<>Ecchi AND genre:<>Harem.

producer|licensor|studio:[string1[,string2]], producer|licensor|studio:[<>]string
Example: producer:Toei, or studio:Aniplex
Displays all anime where producers have Toei in their name, or each studio with Aniplex in its name. Negation is supported.

Example: company:Toei
Displays all anime where "Toei" is part of the name of a producer/licensor and/or studio. Negation is supported.
Since MAL distinguishes between licensor, producer and studio, this is the new old search for producer. Negation is supported.

Example: usk:children
Displays all anime with a PG-Rating of PG - Children. "usk" is the German name for PG and is used to better distinguish between a rating from 1-10 for the anime and the PG-"rating" of an anime as it is ambiguous in certain contexts. Negation is supported.

Example: season:summer AND genre:Ecchi,Action AND rating:>8
Displays all anime that aired in a summer season, have either Ecchi or Action as genre and a rating of more than 8.
Example 2: season:summer OR season:fall 2014
Displays anime from either a summer season or from Fall 2014
Important: Queries with both, AND + OR will be split on OR and done separately, brackets are not supported for prioritization.