I’m now at level 54. I found a buggy kanji, i want it to be corrected. There is 2 kanji which has bugged radicals.
lvl 23 kanji: superior -> 優 -> wanikani radicals: heart, winter, forehead, winter, hundred. In this kanji hundred is not right because hundred has only 2 lines in them not three. BUT!!!
lvl 55 kanji: grief -> 憂 -> wanikani radicals: ground, heart, winter, forehead, self. This kanji only differs from the previous one that it has only leader radical to it. so it supposed to be the same as superior + 1 radical but its not. it’s also 5 radical as superior kanji and wanikani says ground, heart, winter, forehead, self!
First question: How can be two kanjis has the same number of radicals when one of them only differs from the other one that is has clearly one more radical!
Second question: How can superior be made of the hundred radical when it has one line less! You corrected it at lvl55 because in grief you don’t use hundred radical anymore but self and ground which is correct.
Please correct the lvl 23 kanji too. It doesn’t have hundred radical in it! it cause confuison in students that 2 kanjis which is different because one has one more radical has the same number of radicals in wanikani!