The thing asked me what was on my mind.... so i said LIFE.
What's on your mind?
If they came out with a RWBY Chess set who would be what pieces? Because are multiple combinations that you could do:
One obvious line up would you could do is:
King - Jaune
Queen - Ruby
Bishop - Ren, Blake
Knight - Pyrrha, Weiss
Rook - Nora, Yang
Pawns - Atlesian Knights
But you could also have the teachers as the back row and RWBY and JNPR as pawns.
The Bad guys are somewhat harder, technically Salem should be the King even though she's refered to as 'The Queen' leaving Cinder as Queen, Tyrion is definitely a bishop, Hazel, Neo could be Rooks.
If you did a volume 1-3 only set you could have:
King - Torchwick
Queen - Cinder
Bishop - Emerald, Mercury
Knight - Adam, White Fang Lieutenant
Rook - Neo, Junior
Pawns - Grimm/White Fang Troops
Ok, this is something that I think we should do.
MAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANY new fans have no idea that the trailers or characters exist...and you know, they're mega important. But they just skip it.
And then they probably don't know about the World of Remnant series.
And if they want to experience more of RWBY they have other pieces of media.
We have a Media page, but it's not friendly towards new people. It's cold and organized, not friendly and inviting,
We could make a friendly page for new fans. Most people will first check here. Let's face it, RWBY is a mess and people need help.
"Wait, what do you mean I was supposed to watch "trailers" to get the whole story?" "What do you mean there's an additional series for the lore?? what? Nobody told me that!"
Maybe put it on the first page?
So, I know the naming rule of RWBY, but I was wondering, is the rule flexible with how it is used? For example, if one were to create a character or Rooster Teeth were to suddenly make a sequel to the series, could there be a character named Ragnar, due to the historical Viking King Ragnar having the bluest of eyes? Basically, does it have to correspond with a color (Ruby being, well, Ruby) or can it be a name associated with someone who has a very distinct color that they often praised/famous for or has as a title (Ragnar for Blue/Red, as there is Historical Ragnar and Ragnar the Red from TES)?
To those who didn't know, new trailer just dropped.
To those who already have seen it. Any thougts?
My personal favourites:
-The likelyhood of Yin-Yang-mustache-gang-buddy-breakout grew to completelly new level and I'm weirdly happy about that. Also Atlas cells have zero privacy
-Nora might have somewhat big role in the next volume????
-The plan is more or less to get Amity up and call for help. Soooo.... The girl gang is probably trying to steal the staff
-Both Tyrian and Cinder will join Salem pretty early. With assumption that they used only first half of the volume for the trailer like before.
Aaaaaaa, I miss old forum....hopefully this is in the off topic category?
I'm writing a fanfic about an Atlesian team, and I'm kinda stuck. Any ideas?
Was looking through the reilics and remembered from World of remnant on the kingdom that it was safer than the other places does anyone else think it is safer because all the grim were removed by the destruction relic?
Why the hell does three people have the same face?
If their sexuality/gender is played as unimportant and a small thing: "Why does this matter? Tis is just SJW pandering, it's not important:
If it is a big part of their character that affects the story: "OMG their entire character is "I'm gay," this is so badly written ffs"
Am I the only one who notices this?
I noted that grimm are huntsmen and huntress only sorce of income and since they don't have qulicationsome for other jobs ruby would be a cause of hunomen being unessasrun so what would happen if know some like whitley and coconut would not be in danger of this due to them being heirs of mager corporations so what wouldo the huntsman and huntresses do
Ok, so I have mixed feelings about Summer’s ‘death.’ So far, it seems like her death is only implied rather than factual. What are ya’ll’s theories on it?
In volume one we learn that Juane snuck into beacon because he wanted to be a hero but was never good enough. My question is how was that determined if he never went to combat school? Had he gone to combat school he would have learned about aura and combat and maybe could have discovered his semblance before going to beacon. Seems to me that he was never given a chance to succeed, especially since he has a lot of aura and his semblance is useful at least in a group setting.
It would make sense if Jaune's family couldn't afford to send him there, but him not being good enough doesn't make sense considering it's the purpose of combat school to train students how to fight. The teachers would presumedly unlock all of their aura's on the first day and be impresses by Juane's quantity. Even Ruby said she was a garbage fighter until Qrow started teaching her so there's really no excuse for Juane, especially since Pyrrha was able to teach him.
This is a long-term prediction, but I think when the show ends that team RWBY will be the new headmistresses of the four academies. Ruby = Vale, Weiss = Atlas, Blake = Mistral, Yang = Vacuo. I think this works on a thematic level as long as the academies are still relevent after the series has ended.
From the r/RWBY subreddit:
He announced this minutes ago on the Backwardz Compatible stream
He will, however, continue to voice Jaune and write for RWBY.
He's branching out to work towards video game writing.
Fairy Tail or RWBY:
(If Fairy Tail) type of magic they use:
(If RWBY) Semblance:
Weapon (Optional if Fairy Tail):