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20th Jul '17 4:24:38 PM XTCC11
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* "[[https://soundcloud.com/alex-abraham-music/rwby-volume-3-chapter-12-do-you-believe-in-destiny Do You Believe In Destiny?]]", the absolutely EPIC music that plays during the [[spoiler: Cinder versus Pyrrha]] fight in Chapter 12. It turns Cinder's iconic and menacing Leitmotif into a hopeless battle theme representing how screwed Pyrrha was the moment she decided to defy Cinder.

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* "[[https://soundcloud.com/alex-abraham-music/rwby-volume-3-chapter-12-do-you-believe-in-destiny Do You Believe In Destiny?]]", the absolutely EPIC music that plays during the [[spoiler: Cinder versus Pyrrha]] fight in Chapter 12. It turns Cinder's iconic and menacing Leitmotif into a hopeless tragic battle theme representing how screwed Pyrrha was the moment she decided to defy Cinder.symbolizing Pyrrha's desperate and fatal assault on Cinder. .
20th Jul '17 12:51:00 PM peripheraldevotee
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** The battle sequence in the second half certainly qualifies, containing a sublime backdrop to [[AxCrazy Tyr]][[LaughingMad ian]][[LargeHam 's]] ''[[CurbstompBattle utter curbstomp]]'' of Team RNJR. His OminousMusicBox theme is the icing on the proverbial cake.

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** The battle sequence in the second half certainly qualifies, containing a sublime backdrop to [[AxCrazy Tyr]][[LaughingMad ian]][[LargeHam 's]] ''[[CurbstompBattle utter curbstomp]]'' of Team RNJR. His OminousMusicBox OminousMusicBoxTune theme is the icing on the proverbial cake.
19th Jul '17 7:25:00 PM mlsmithca
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* Weiss's training via battling her sister's Beowolf summonings in her character short is accompanied by a song that seems to serve as the impetus for her rebellion against her controlling father. Casey's vocals combined with a magnificent orchestral and piano track and the awe-inspiring near Monty-level fighting choreography make for an [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZAS_rzgCE0 absolutely beautiful display.]]
** The lyrics themselves also reflect Weiss's search for her own identity after escaping her father's grasp. Although the words themselves are TearJerker with a dash of NightmareFuel, the song's awesome in that it accurately reflects how people can struggle to redefine themselves after escaping an abusive life.

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* Weiss's training via battling her sister's Beowolf summonings in her character short is accompanied by a song that seems to serve as the impetus for her rebellion against her controlling father. Casey's vocals combined with a magnificent orchestral and piano track and the awe-inspiring near Monty-level fighting choreography make for an [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZAS_rzgCE0 absolutely beautiful display.]]
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]] The lyrics themselves also reflect Weiss's search for her own identity after escaping her father's grasp. Although the words themselves are TearJerker with a dash of NightmareFuel, the song's awesome in that it accurately reflects how people can struggle to redefine themselves after escaping an abusive life.
19th Jul '17 4:19:18 PM peripheraldevotee
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** The lyrics themselves also reflect Weiss's search for her own identity after escaping her father's grasp. Although the words themselves are TearJerker with a dash of NightmareFuel, the song's awesome in that it accurately reflects how people can struggle to redefine themselves after escaping an abusive life.
18th Jul '17 8:20:17 AM Joel
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* At the very end of Weiss + Winter's talk ('Lessons Learned'), we get "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6pIgkeRWhkMirror Mirror Part II]]", which sheds some more light on Weiss's character. While mostly somberly self-reflective, the lyrics begin to gain a hopeful bent towards the end:

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* At the very end of Weiss + Winter's talk ('Lessons Learned'), we get "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6pIgkeRWhkMirror com/watch?v=t6pIgkeRWhk Mirror Mirror Part II]]", which sheds some more light on Weiss's character. While mostly somberly self-reflective, the lyrics begin to gain a hopeful bent towards the end:
17th Jul '17 2:51:37 PM mlsmithca
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* Weiss's training via battling her sister's Beowolf summonings in her character short is accompanied a song that seems to serve as the impetus for her rebellion against her controlling father. Casey's vocals combined with a magnificent orchestral and piano track and the awe-inspiring near Monty-level fighting choreography make for an [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZAS_rzgCE0 absolutely beautiful display.]]

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* Weiss's training via battling her sister's Beowolf summonings in her character short is accompanied by a song that seems to serve as the impetus for her rebellion against her controlling father. Casey's vocals combined with a magnificent orchestral and piano track and the awe-inspiring near Monty-level fighting choreography make for an [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZAS_rzgCE0 absolutely beautiful display.]]
17th Jul '17 10:56:38 AM Santoand
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17th Jul '17 10:56:07 AM Santoand
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* Weiss's training via battling her sister's Beowolf summonings in her character short is accompanied a song that seems to serve as the impetus for her rebellion against her controlling father. Casey's vocals combined with a magnificent orchestral and piano track and the awe-inspiring near Monty-level fighting choreography make for an [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZAS_rzgCE0 absolutely beautiful display.]]
10th Jul '17 9:32:41 AM peripheraldevotee
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** Next is Weiss's concert scene. The wordless aria she starts out with is followed with a straight-up TakeThat to Jacques, the second chorus to a song called "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1GsFs_UkoVg This Life Is Mine]]". The full version of the song is an ''intense'' TheReasonYouSuckSpeech directed at [[AbusiveParents Jacques]], overlapping with SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome for Weiss if she had the daring to sing that in front of that entire crowd (and awesome enough to qualify either way).

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** Next is Weiss's concert scene. The wordless aria she starts out with is followed with a straight-up TakeThat to Jacques, the second chorus to a song called "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1GsFs_UkoVg com/watch?v=TiWF_vmJyiI This Life Is Mine]]". The full version of the song is an ''intense'' TheReasonYouSuckSpeech directed at [[AbusiveParents Jacques]], overlapping with SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome for Weiss if she had the daring to sing that in front of that entire crowd (and awesome enough to qualify either way).
22nd Jun '17 12:22:48 PM robotboy77
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** And last, we have the credits song, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfdsWzjcy58 "Armed and Ready"]]. A song filled to the brim with [[JustForPun puns]] and [[CallBack references to what she's done over the past volumes]], as well as a vow to rearrange Adam's face if she ever runs into him again, there's no better way to demonstrate that [[HesBack Yang is on her way back]].

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** And last, we have the credits song, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfdsWzjcy58 [[https://youtu.be/Xlf4BsWSseI "Armed and Ready"]]. A song filled to the brim with [[JustForPun puns]] and [[CallBack references to what she's done over the past volumes]], as well as a vow to rearrange Adam's face if she ever runs into him again, there's no better way to demonstrate that [[HesBack Yang is on her way back]].
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