I just wanted to share a funny story.
A while ago someone posted on the projects forum stating they have 2,000 points and wanted to comission either a few lower quality artists or one high quality artist with the entire lot. I'm not one to really take points as payment but if they're equivalent to the price someone would normally pay in real dollars I'm happy to do it.
They stated things in their original description such as "I only want to commission real anime style, not anything realistic or something funny going on with the eyes etc". Not entirely sure if I would meet that criteria, but confident anyway that my style is pretty much anime (heavily inspired by Naruto and other shonen titles) I put down my examples and price listings.
I get a reply that they don't want to commission me because my style isn't "true anime" or whatever. I don't care if someone doesn't want to commission me, that's fine. But claiming there's somehow intrinsic rules on something as broad as anime really got under my skin. You don't just go around claiming someone isn't a "true whatever" just because they do something with it you don't personally like.
I engaged in debate with them and their argument basically boiled down to "anything that isn't drawn moe style isn't anime". They gave the same pretentious douchebaggery response to everyone in that thread who utilized a different anime style yet they were still clearly well within the boundaries of it.
Then thanks to info provided by Froggy I found out a while later they made a thread in complaints forum that the person they ended up commissioning ran off with the points and deactivated their account.