Hello. Saw your edit. I believe the image I added is an instance of Salem conjuring magic. We can see red lightning flashing through the clouds as it get close to Atlas. Raven also did the same thing when Cinder and her group showed up.
We don't know for sure if the storm is generated by magic from Salem, and lightning can be red in real life, depending on atmospheric conditions. I figured it would be best to play this cautiously and not assume that it's magic.
I understand you want to be cautious, but I don't think you need to in this case. I went back to watch the episode, and you can see the storm approaching Atlas as the group flies by. Not only that, but it is covering the entire Grimm fleet from view. If you don't think this is magic, then what is causing it? Because in my opinion, I don't believe that storm is natural.
Well, should we count every Grimm power as magic? (Fireballs, electric breath, apathy scream) Since the Grimm were created directly by the god of darkness they are magic themselves... so should we just include all grimm? No... that would be way too many images... nevermind...
Probably at a later time. Anyway, I'm just saying that since we know that magic users can cause storms, we see both Raven and Amber do this, we can assume that this massive one headed to Atlas is caused by Salem, not the Grimm.
We were shown Amber and Raven in the act of creating the storms. We try not to assume too much on the article pages.
I'll admit, part of this is because of the fandom's view on the wiki, where if we include something that's made unclear by the show or something that a lot of fans believe and it turns out to be wrong, we get attacked for it. So anytime the show isn't very clear about something, we have to make a judgment call on whether or not to play it safe.
Amity Arena literally has the two have matching outfits and player title to be ontained on valentines day. The game isnt fanon mind you since its given us the backstory and lore of characters that the show itsef hasnt done yet. an example being fox backstory.
I'm an admin over on the shipping wiki and I don't watch RWBY, mostly due to a lack of time, and don't really know much about the series. One of our editors for the page Snowbird (Qrow/Winter) put their relationship as Semi-Canon. On our wiki, it would mean that one or both characters have feelings for/attraction to one another. I looked over both the characters wiki pages, and the TV Tropes page and haven't found anything to suggest that they like each other in a romantic way. It seems Fanon to me, but I thought I'd double check just to be sure.
Its just that i cant seem to find the source wherein Monty was supposed to voice Qrow and Sheena was supposed to voice Winter and that the two were supposedly going to end up together. As for the other evidences theres the game and then theres chibi. I know chibi isnt canon but it also features canon stuff such as ren and noras relationship and rubys birthday.
I mean I could also ask you the same abt Bumblebee and why its status on the shipping wiki is semi canon (and surprise surprise the page is locked from ppl correcting it) when in fact none of their interactions are romantic in nature.
We're discussing it and we all agree that there's nothing to call it even semi-canon. It would be best to ask the editor in question why they edited the page like that.
Bumblebee at least interacts on a regular basis and has moments together. Qrow and WInter had.. one fight?
Seriously? Bumblebee was just written to be more affectionate as of late cus the writers are desperate to get their ratings back and since the fandom is 99% beelievers thats their only way to profit out of it.
Gemmaniac wrote: please tell me you mean bumblebee as well cus thatd just be based on bias that bumblebee gets to stay semi canon just cus fans have their shipping googles on
Unlike Snowbird, Rooster Teeth has actually released a Bumblebee-themed Valentine's Day image two years in a row. And CRWBY pushed in that bit in the episode Ace Operatives where Yang behaves awkwardly when talking about Blake's hair, and Blake blushes. Bumblebee may not have been happening earlier in the show, but it would appear that they're making their way toward it now. Whether or not they always planned to ease into it at this stage in the story is another question entirely.
Good evening, ChishioKurin, I notice the minor characters is getting a lot longer and I was watch if I can create multipy sections for list of characters; but only for main Kingdoms. Like for an example:
Vale/Beacon Academy minor characters
Atlas/Academy/Mantle minor characters
Mistral/Haven Academy/Anima minor characters
Outside of the Kingdoms minor characters
Vacuo minor characters
Historial/Ancient minor characters
Other minor characters
It will be similar how I organized RWBY: Amity Gallery sections.