The grey badge is a better match for the B&W avatar, it was a no brainer actually .
Actually I think is easy to lose focus on the actual benefit (and detriments) that can have persuing blindly a goal like knowing that many kanji in a short span of time and make the gamification aspect of WK a back firing point.
In my case the last 8 level felt like I wasn’t learning that much tbh. The kanji that I had seen before up to that point from known vocab were super easy to assimilate, but the new ones and specially the uncommon kanji felt like they were sliping away so easily. Partly because I though that doing the levels in 3-4 days was equally effective than 7-8 days, and also partly because I wanted to be over with.
Retrospectively now I think it’s not worth the time and the effort was misguided.
I see so many japanese related activities where I can get so much more bang for my buck. Take writing for example (caligraphy), I can practice writing after a few lessons, watch a couple of videos on a weekly basis, and that alone has allowed me to get the feeling of writing with a brush within 1-2 months. Same for reading and so forth, is so easy to go from 0 to a beginner level in other areas, that stretching 1900 to 2200 kanji seems pointless, as the revenues get to be less and less.
In any case I’m doing RTK now in persue of having a more solid and systematic basis to write kanji, which is something I can quickly turn into actual practice now, eventually those kanji I left out or just plainly forgot from WK will be presented again.
Actually doing my own Anki deck for writing I picked up the basic model that the comunity on MIA (the new AJATT) is using, and I realize then that the deck was adjusted to just include the most common 1,000 kanji in RTK … after all the comparision with the other methods!! (tricky clever bastards ).