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19th Nov '17 9:43:26 AM Masterweaver
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* Ren says that many suspect a Semblance is [[PersonalityPowers the reflection of one's inner self.]] Raven's semblance [[spoiler:is to create portals to the people she has formed a bond with--a very convenient ability if you want to visit your family. At first glance, this is bad enough--she's never apparently visited her family, meaning she'd denying her fundamental urges. But with the way she talks in episode six, the fact that she has willingly taken in the Spring Maiden, and the reveal that she's been watching Yang via becoming a bird, there is a serious and possibly ''insane'' level of self-deception and denial implied...]]
18th Nov '17 4:55:37 PM buckyb
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* In Chapter 6 [[spoiler: Qrow's search for Huntsmen and Huntresses in Mistral ends in failure. At first it seems that they were just hired by the Mistral Counsel, but then we (and Qrow) sees the mission boards, and some of the Huntsmen he was looking for are on them, a vast majority saying that the missions are either on hold or were terminated for a few ''weeks''. Qrow latter notes that at least a few of them should still be home, not ''all'' of them. As noted in the [[NightmareFuel/RWBY Nightmare Fuel page]], ''something'' is happening to Mistral's Huntsmen.]]


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* In Chapter 6 [[spoiler: Qrow's [[spoiler:Qrow's search for Huntsmen and Huntresses in Mistral ends in total failure. At first it seems that they were just hired by the Mistral Counsel, Council, but then we (and Qrow) sees get to see the mission boards, and some boards. Some of the Huntsmen he was looking for are on them, with a vast majority saying that the missions are either on hold or were terminated for a few ''weeks''. ''weeks'' ago. Qrow latter later notes that at least a few of them should still be home, not ''all'' ''none'' of them. As noted in the [[NightmareFuel/RWBY [[NightmareFuel/{{RWBY}} Nightmare Fuel page]], ''something'' is happening to Mistral's Huntsmen.]]

Huntsmen]].
* Also in chapter 6, we learn that [[spoiler:both the Branwen twins have the ability to shapeshift into birds ... but only because Ozpin had the power to ''turn them into shapeshifters'' in the first place]]. It's strongly implied that [[spoiler:this process ''wasn't'' pleasant, and Raven reveals that this incident caused her to abandon her family in the first place]].
18th Nov '17 4:37:41 PM DinoCam1795
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* The last scene in episode 5 shows [[spoiler:the Albains revealing Sienna's death to Ilia and revealing their next move; Ilia is to lead Blake away from her house while other White Fang members swan in and murder her parents]]. Once that's done, [[spoiler:Blake is to be brought alive to Adam]]. As a reluctant [[spoiler:Ilia]] walks out, another member enters and confirms that [[spoiler:he murdered Ghira's messenger at sea]]. Clearly, shit is set to hit the fan in [[spoiler:Menagerie]].


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* The last scene in episode Chapter 5 shows [[spoiler:the Albains revealing Sienna's death to Ilia and revealing their next move; Ilia is to lead Blake away from her house while other White Fang members swan in and murder her parents]]. Once that's done, [[spoiler:Blake is to be brought alive to Adam]]. As a reluctant [[spoiler:Ilia]] walks out, another member enters and confirms that [[spoiler:he murdered Ghira's messenger at sea]]. Clearly, shit is set to hit the fan in [[spoiler:Menagerie]].

[[spoiler:Menagerie]].
* In Chapter 6 [[spoiler: Qrow's search for Huntsmen and Huntresses in Mistral ends in failure. At first it seems that they were just hired by the Mistral Counsel, but then we (and Qrow) sees the mission boards, and some of the Huntsmen he was looking for are on them, a vast majority saying that the missions are either on hold or were terminated for a few ''weeks''. Qrow latter notes that at least a few of them should still be home, not ''all'' of them. As noted in the [[NightmareFuel/RWBY Nightmare Fuel page]], ''something'' is happening to Mistral's Huntsmen.]]

18th Nov '17 9:41:23 AM animenutcase
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** Episode 6 of Volume 5 reinforces this. Qrow heads to the home (which is basically a shanty shack) of a Huntress he knows, but only finds her husband and daughter. The daughter asks if he knows where her mother is, and Qrow leaves, apologizing for taking up their time.
15th Nov '17 11:33:39 AM ScarletWolf
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\n* Qrow has a semblance that creates bad luck, and his twin sister is Raven. In Greek mythology ravens are a associated with good luck.

14th Nov '17 11:41:37 PM buckyb
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* The reveal that the Fennec brothers are [[spoiler: using Adam and plan to dispose of him if he gets out of control makes way more sense given the animal motifs. Foxes are cunning and known for trickery. Bulls have a more varied impact. Across various cultures and religions, bulls have been viewed as everything from sacred to demonic, which certainly describes how Adam is viewed by the cast. Some cultures such as the Roman Empire and the Celts would sacrifice bulls to ensure their peoples' well being, which matches the Fennec's plans as well. Adam's descent into madness could also be a reference to mad cow disease, with him being "infected" by Sienna Khan's ideology.]]

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* The reveal that the Fennec Albain brothers are [[spoiler: using Adam and plan to dispose of him if he gets out of control makes way more sense given the animal motifs. Foxes are cunning and known for trickery. Bulls have a more varied impact. Across various cultures and religions, bulls have been viewed as everything from sacred to demonic, which certainly describes how Adam is viewed by the cast. Some cultures such as the Roman Empire and the Celts would sacrifice bulls to ensure their peoples' well being, which matches the Fennec's Albain brother's plans as well.well (even the ''name'' of Albain is of Latin origin). Adam's descent into madness could also be a reference to mad cow disease, with him being "infected" by Sienna Khan's ideology.]]



* Next episode, we discover how hard Lionheart's being gripped by the nadgers by Salem's group. Watts [[spoiler:has placed an honest-to-gods '''''Seer Grimm''''' inside a chamber next to Lionheart's office]], for communication purposes. When [[spoiler:Lionheart suggests to Salem that time is of the essence when retrieving the Spring Maiden]], she responds by [[spoiler:nearly choking the headmaster to death while threatening him]] - even though she [[spoiler:congratulated him warmly for reporting the Spring Maiden's whereabouts]]. One can only imagine what she did to secure Lionheart's services.

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* Next In the second episode, we discover how hard Lionheart's nadgers are being gripped by the nadgers by Salem's group.Salem. Watts [[spoiler:has placed an honest-to-gods '''''Seer Grimm''''' inside a chamber next to Lionheart's office]], for communication purposes. When [[spoiler:Lionheart suggests to Salem that time is of the essence when retrieving the Spring Maiden]], she responds by [[spoiler:nearly choking the headmaster to death while threatening him]] - even though she [[spoiler:congratulated him warmly for reporting the Spring Maiden's whereabouts]].whereabouts not a minute beforehand]]. One can only imagine what she did to secure Lionheart's services.






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\n\n* The last scene in episode 5 shows [[spoiler:the Albains revealing Sienna's death to Ilia and revealing their next move; Ilia is to lead Blake away from her house while other White Fang members swan in and murder her parents]]. Once that's done, [[spoiler:Blake is to be brought alive to Adam]]. As a reluctant [[spoiler:Ilia]] walks out, another member enters and confirms that [[spoiler:he murdered Ghira's messenger at sea]]. Clearly, shit is set to hit the fan in [[spoiler:Menagerie]].

11th Nov '17 11:18:06 PM KeithM
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* Yang's complete lack on interest in emotionally connecting with her mother after she'd previously been shown almost desperately searching for Raven is neatly explained [[spoiler: by the reveal of Raven's semblance. Once Tai told her that Raven, wherever she was, could have visited Yang ''any time she wanted to'' but didn't, Yang realized Raven wasn't going to be the type of mother she wanted, or needed]].
11th Nov '17 9:18:49 PM MMTrigger
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* The reveal that the Fennec brothers are [[spoiler:using Adam and plan to dispose of him if he gets out of control makes way more sense given the animal motifs. [[spoiler:Foxes are cunning and known for trickery. Bulls have a more varied impact. Across various cultures and religions, bulls have been viewed as everything from sacred to demonic, which certainly describes how Adam is viewed by the cast. Some cultures such as the Roman Empire and the Celts would sacrifice bulls to ensure their peoples' well being, which matches the Fennec's plans as well. Adam's descent into madness could also be a reference to mad cow disease, with him being "infected" by Sienna Khan's ideology.]]

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* The reveal that the Fennec brothers are [[spoiler:using [[spoiler: using Adam and plan to dispose of him if he gets out of control makes way more sense given the animal motifs. [[spoiler:Foxes Foxes are cunning and known for trickery. Bulls have a more varied impact. Across various cultures and religions, bulls have been viewed as everything from sacred to demonic, which certainly describes how Adam is viewed by the cast. Some cultures such as the Roman Empire and the Celts would sacrifice bulls to ensure their peoples' well being, which matches the Fennec's plans as well. Adam's descent into madness could also be a reference to mad cow disease, with him being "infected" by Sienna Khan's ideology.]]
11th Nov '17 9:18:10 PM MMTrigger
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* The reveal that the Fennec brothers are [[spoiler:using Adam and plan to dispose of him if he gets out of control makes way more sense given the animal motifs. [[spoiler:Foxes are cunning and known for trickery. Bulls have a more varied impact. Across various cultures and religions, bulls have been viewed as everything from sacred to demonic, which certainly describes how Adam is viewed by the cast. Some cultures such as the Roman Empire and the Celts would sacrifice bulls to ensure their peoples' well being, which matches the Fennec's plans as well. Adam's descent into madness could also be a reference to mad cow disease, with him being "infected" by Sienna Khan's ideology.]]
11th Nov '17 7:55:53 PM Running_Gag
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** Qrow's familiarity with the Maidens allowed him to realize that the extensive damage dealth to Shionne might have required some massive power, and filling in the blanks with the fact that the Branwen tribe attacked the village... Raven has recruited Spring.

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** Qrow's familiarity with the Maidens allowed him to realize that the extensive damage dealth to Shionne Shion might have required some massive power, and filling in the blanks with the fact that the Branwen tribe attacked the village... Raven has recruited Spring.
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