You said kaname is like a dead fish, he is like a bad apple is your opinion and this doesn't mean bashing?
If I would say
zero is an idiot who couldn't seduce a merely girl. he has no brain, his brain cells doesn't do synapse. for god sake he shot a possible source of informations without further questions. if he will be the future president of hunters, then they will be doomed. zero is too idiot for that.,
then it is not bashing because i stated my opinion?
But guess what? it is bashing. the example I gave you it is an example of bashing, the same you did when you stated your opinion about kaname.
"I stated my opinion" is just a lame excuse to excuse yourself for bashing. Exist ways to express your opinion with no bashing.
For example the post above can very well sound like:
zero did not want to do a move on yuuki because he always knew yuuki's in love with kaname. when he killed that vampire from the auction it was a mistake. that vampire was a source of informations and shoting him, hunters lost the oportunity to find out more about the kidnappers group. zero isn't ready to become the president of hunters. he still need to grow.
Bashing: Bash: to flame; to put down
A term used when fellow watchers, readers, and fans of an anime/manga/book/TV series put down, flame, and say derogatory things about a certain character or pairing in a nasty way to show their disapproval towards that character and/or pairing. Can be seen both in fanfiction and discussion forums.
Most fans are seen flaming a certain character because he/she is interfering with their favorite pairing in the show
Trolling is the act of purposefully antagonizing other people on the internet, generally on message boards. When done in a moderated internet community, this can result in banning.
Trolling is trying to get a rise out of someone. Forcing them to respond to you, either through wise-crackery, posting incorrect information, asking blatantly stupid questions, or other foolishness. However, trolling statements are never true or are ever meant to be construed as such. Nearly all trolled statements are meant to be funny to some people, so it does have some social/entertainment value.
"Trolling" isn't simply "harmful statements". Intentionally insulting/libelous statements are "flaming".
Just as bad as trolling is "Feeding the Trolls". This is when people say stuff that they know will prompt someone to respond with a trolled reply and/or replying to comments that are blatantly from a troll. This is especially true when a troll first makes his comment/reply, and (usually many) people respond, either trying to correct the troll, or express anger at the statement. At that point, the trolling was successful and has been fed. When encouraged by success and feeding, trolls often return.
A funny one:
The art of deliberately, cleverly, and secretly pissing people off, usually via the internet, using dialogue. Trolling does not mean just making rude remarks: Shouting swear words at someone doesn't count as trolling; it's just flaming, and isn't funny. Spam isn't trolling either; it pisses people off, but it's lame.
The most essential part of trolling is convincing your victim that either a) truly believe in what you are saying, no matter how outrageous, or b) give your victim malicious instructions, under the guise of help.
Trolling requires decieving; any trolling that doesn't involve decieving someone isn't trolling at all; it's just stupid. As such, your victim must not know that you are trolling; if he does, you are an unsuccesful troll.
An online argument that becomes nasty or derisive, where insulting a party to the discussion takes precedence over the objective merits of one side or another