History Characters / RWBYTeamJNPR

10th Dec '17 7:31:11 AM Raven00
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[[caption-width-right:300:''"Click here to see his post timeskip appearance [[note]][[quoteright:250:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/jaune_arc_vol_4.png]] [[caption-width-right:250: You'll be "fine" without a weapon. You're the "strategist".]][[/note]] "'']]

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[[caption-width-right:300:''"Click here to see his post timeskip appearance [[note]][[quoteright:250:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/jaune_arc_vol_4.png]] [[caption-width-right:250: You'll be "fine" without a weapon. You're the "strategist".I'm just tired of losing everything..]][[/note]] "'']]
7th Dec '17 3:35:14 PM Wyldchyld
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* AccidentalMurder: In Episode 9 of Volume 3, this is what Pyrrha, and the rest of the arena thinks she just committed against Penny. In truth, she was set up for it to happen by Emerald. [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone It clearly damages her]].

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* AccidentalMurder: In Episode 9 When Penny and Pyrrha fight in the tournament, the audience is horrified to witness Pyrrha suddenly throw the full force of Volume 3, this is her Semblance at Penny, tearing her to shreds live on air. Penny's swords were controlled by razor-thin wires that acted as a garotte when they tangled up her body from Pyrrha's wave of magnetism. Cinder uses the incident to paint Pyrrha as Beacon's star pupil, carrying out the dishonourable, win-at-any-cost teachings of Professor Ozpin. However, what Pyrrha, and the rest of audience doesn't see is that Cinder fixed the arena thinks automated random opponent generator because she just committed wanted a polarity-using warrior fighting against the secret robot, Penny. In truth, Her henchman, Emerald, then sat on the sidelines using a mind-control power to make Pyrrha hallucinate that Penny had her surrounded by hundreds of blades all ready to impale her. Pyrrha thought she was set up for it to happen by Emerald. [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone It clearly damages her]].defending herself against an overwhelming metallic attack and reacted accordingly. The horror the sight causes in the stadium, around the world, and in Pyrrha herself, triggers the invasion of the negativity-attracted Grimm.



* PeoplePuppets: In a matter of speaking. She primarily uses her magnetism powers to alter her opponents movements via their weapons and armor to give herself an advantage in combat (and she's subtle enough that they normally don't even recognize that she's doing so).



* RelationshipUpgrade: She and Jaune ''finally'' seem to be a proper couple in the finale of Volume 3. Not that it lasts, since Pyrrha dies before the episode ends.



* HeartIsAnAwesomePower: His Semblance (masking negative emotions) is pretty much useless against human opponents, but makes him outright undetectable to the Grimm.
7th Dec '17 2:31:07 PM Gamermaster
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* HeartIsAnAwesomePower: His Semblance (masking negative emotions) is pretty much useless against human opponents, but makes him outright undetectable to the Grimm.
6th Dec '17 5:25:57 PM Gamermaster
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* PeoplePuppets: In a matter of speaking. She primarily uses her magnetism powers to alter her opponents movements via their weapons and armor to give herself an advantage in combat (and she's subtle enough that they normally don't even recognize that she's doing so).



* RelationshipUpgrade: She and Jaune ''finally'' seem to be a proper couple by the end of Volume 3. Not that it lasts, since Pyrrha dies in the finale.

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* RelationshipUpgrade: She and Jaune ''finally'' seem to be a proper couple by in the end finale of Volume 3. Not that it lasts, since Pyrrha dies in before the finale.episode ends.
6th Dec '17 5:20:08 PM Gamermaster
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* AccidentalMurder: In Episode 9 of Volume 3, this is what Pyrrha, and the rest of the arena thinks she just committed against Penny. In truth, she was set up for it to happen by Emerald. It clearly damages her.

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* AccidentalMurder: In Episode 9 of Volume 3, this is what Pyrrha, and the rest of the arena thinks she just committed against Penny. In truth, she was set up for it to happen by Emerald. [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone It clearly damages her.her]].
27th Nov '17 9:29:34 PM Rissis
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* MisplacedRetribution: After being bullied by Cardin for several days and then being blackmailed, he lashes out at Pyrrha when she offers him a helping hand. Fortunately, he very quickly realizes his error after Cardin pushes him too far, and learns first hand why messing with Jaune [[BewareTheNiceOnes is a very baid idea.]]

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* MisplacedRetribution: After being bullied by Cardin for several days and then being blackmailed, he lashes out at Pyrrha when she offers him a helping hand. Fortunately, he very quickly realizes his error after Cardin pushes him too far, and learns first hand why messing with Jaune [[BewareTheNiceOnes is a very baid bad idea.]]
23rd Nov '17 2:48:26 PM Wyldchyld
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* TookALevelInCynic: From Volume 4 onwards Jaune seems to be much more of a cynic than earlier. When Tyrian is about to attack Ruby with his sting, he just stands near them resigned, whereas in Volume 1 he charged an Ursa in order to save Cardin of all people. He also accuses Qrow - who had been helping team RNJR for a long time by then - of using his niece as a bait and trying to force Pyrrha into absorbing maiden's power, which again contrasts with his behaviour in Volume 1 when he was trying to excuse his bully's behaviour despite having no reason to.



* WhatTheHellHero: Subverted. After Qrow reveals and explains the existence of Salem and the Maidens to RNJR in volume 4, Jaune calls him out for having had a hand in trying to force Pyrrha into becoming the Fall Maiden, which caused her an immense amount of grief and ultimately led to her death. Qrow counters by pointing out that he and the other members of Ozpin's inner circle only presented her with the choice of accepting the remaining portion of Amber's power and that they never forced her to do anything. Jaune, while still clearly furious, silently accepts the answer and chooses not to argue with him about the matter any further.
23rd Nov '17 1:06:47 PM Tharkun140
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* TookALevelInCynic: From Volume 4 onwards Jaune seems to be much more of a cynic than earlier. When Tyrian is about to attack Ruby with his sting, he just stands near them resigned, whereas in Volume 1 he charged an Ursa in order to save Cardin of all people. He also accuses Qrow - who had been helping team RNJR for a long time by then - of using his niece as a bait and trying to force Pyrrha into absorbing maiden's power, which again contrasts with his behaviour in Volume 1 when he was trying to excuse his bully's behaviour despite having no reason to.
22nd Nov '17 4:11:06 PM CashSloth
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* WhatTheHellHero: Subverted. After Qrow reveals and explains the existence of Salem and the Maidens to RNJR in volume 4, Jaune calls him out for having had a hand in trying to force Pyrrha into becoming the Fall Maiden, which caused her an immense amount of grief and ultimately led to her death. Qrow counters by pointing out that he and the other members of Ozpin's inner circle only presented her with the choice of becoming a Maiden and that they never forced her to do anything. Jaune, while still clearly furious with Qrow, silently accepts the answer and chooses not to argue with him about the matter any further.

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* WhatTheHellHero: Subverted. After Qrow reveals and explains the existence of Salem and the Maidens to RNJR in volume 4, Jaune calls him out for having had a hand in trying to force Pyrrha into becoming the Fall Maiden, which caused her an immense amount of grief and ultimately led to her death. Qrow counters by pointing out that he and the other members of Ozpin's inner circle only presented her with the choice of becoming a Maiden accepting the remaining portion of Amber's power and that they never forced her to do anything. Jaune, while still clearly furious with Qrow, furious, silently accepts the answer and chooses not to argue with him about the matter any further.
22nd Nov '17 4:03:33 PM CashSloth
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* WhatTheHellHero: Subverted. After Qrow reveals and explains the existence of Salem and the Maidens to RNJR in volume 4, Jaune calls him out for having had a hand in trying to force Pyrrha into becoming the Fall Maiden, which caused her an immense amount of grief and ultimately led to her death. Qrow counters by pointing out that he and the other members of Ozpin's inner circle only presented her with the choice of becoming a Maiden and that they never forced her to do anything. Jaune, while still clearly furious with Qrow, silently accepts the answer and chooses not to argue with him about the matter any further.
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