History Fridge / RWBY

26th Apr '17 8:18:45 PM Zaptech
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* Hazel was sent to strongarm Sienna Khan into supporting Salem's cause, with Adam serving as a liaison. When it's revealed that Adam intends to overthrow Khan and lead an attack on Haven, two things can be deduced. First, Watts must have been successful in his mission, in order for Salem to have Adam's faction of the White Fang prepare to attack Haven; secondly, the fact that Adam is planning a coup indicates that Khan must have defied Hazel.
** Additionally, the Albain twins were shown to be ''telling the truth'' about Adam's splinter group in "Menagerie", even if their allegiance to Ghira was false.
** Alternatively, it's possible that Hazel hasn't meet Sienna Khan yet, as Watts didn't meet their informant in Mistral until the end of the volume. If that is the case, than either Adam intends to push the White Fang further down the [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope slope]] by killing Khan, or he set a trap for Blake using false information.
25th Apr '17 5:58:42 PM DinoCam1795
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** Alternatively, it's possible that Hazel hasn't meet Sienna Khan yet, as Watts didn't meet their informant in Mistral until the end of the volume. If that is the case, than either Adam intends to push the White Fang further down the [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope slope]] by killing Khan, or he set a trap for Blake using false information.
25th Apr '17 1:48:13 PM GreenFablesInverness
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* Pyrrha's entire character comes full circle with that of her legendary namesake Achilles. His name literally means "grief of the people," and Achilles' name dressed as a girl was PYRRHA. The point of the Iliad is the death of men, and upon Achilles' shield was the life he might've led like other men's had he not died. Heck, even her selection as the Fall Maiden seals her fate.
** ''Like the generations of leaves, the lives of mortal men. Now the wind scatters the old leaves across the earth, now the living timber bursts with the new buds and spring comes round again. And so with men: as one generation comes to life, another dies away.'' -'''Homer, the Iliad'''


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* Pyrrha's entire character comes full circle with that of her legendary namesake Achilles. His name literally means "grief of the people," and Achilles' name dressed as a girl was PYRRHA. The point of the Iliad is the death of men, and upon Achilles' shield was the life he might've led like other men's had he not died. Heck, even her selection as the Fall Maiden seals her fate.
** ''Like the generations of leaves, the lives of mortal men. Now the wind scatters the old leaves across the earth, now the living timber bursts with the new buds and spring comes round again. And so with men: as one generation comes to life, another dies away.'' -'''Homer, the Iliad'''
25th Apr '17 1:45:47 PM GreenFablesInverness
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** “Like the generations of leaves, the lives of mortal men. Now the wind scatters the old leaves across the earth, now the living timber bursts with the new buds and spring comes round again. And so with men: as one generation comes to life, another dies away." -Homer, the Iliad

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** “Like ''Like the generations of leaves, the lives of mortal men. Now the wind scatters the old leaves across the earth, now the living timber bursts with the new buds and spring comes round again. And so with men: as one generation comes to life, another dies away." -Homer, '' -'''Homer, the Iliad Iliad'''
25th Apr '17 1:41:57 PM GreenFablesInverness
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* In Roman's first appearance, his cane-gun's fireballs looked and sounded like fireworks. Specifically, Roman Candles.

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* In Roman's first appearance, his cane-gun's fireballs looked Pyrrha's entire character comes full circle with that of her legendary namesake Achilles. His name literally means "grief of the people," and sounded Achilles' name dressed as a girl was PYRRHA. The point of the Iliad is the death of men, and upon Achilles' shield was the life he might've led like fireworks. Specifically, Roman Candles.other men's had he not died. Heck, even her selection as the Fall Maiden seals her fate.
**“Like the generations of leaves, the lives of mortal men. Now the wind scatters the old leaves across the earth, now the living timber bursts with the new buds and spring comes round again. And so with men: as one generation comes to life, another dies away." -Homer, the Iliad
25th Apr '17 1:34:32 PM GreenFablesInverness
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* Watch the Volume 3 opening again: Jaune is the furthest away from Pyrrha, while Ruby and Weiss are holding her hands. [[spoiler:This gets reflected in the finale when Pyrrha sends Jaune to Vale while Ruby and Weiss go to help her. Unfortunately, just as Pyrrha is the first to fall away from the circle, she's also the first fatality of Teams RWBY and JNPR.]]

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* Watch the Volume 3 opening again: Jaune is the furthest away from Pyrrha, while Ruby and Weiss are holding her hands. [[spoiler:This gets reflected in the finale when Pyrrha sends Jaune to Vale while Ruby and Weiss go to help her. Unfortunately, just as Pyrrha is the first to fall away from the circle, she's also and with her flying away it begins the first fatality desolation of Teams both Team RWBY and Team JNPR.]]
21st Apr '17 1:20:12 PM Zaptech
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** Alternatively, it's possible that Hazel hasn't meet Sienna Khan yet, as Watts didn't meet their informant in Mistral until the end of the volume. If that is the case, than either Adam intends to push the White Fang further down the [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope slope]] by killing Khan, or he set a trap for Blake using false information. WildMassGuessing it may be, it's still a possibility.
18th Apr '17 9:28:08 AM peripheraldevotee
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* With the reveal in "A Much Needed Talk" that Qrow's Semblance supposedly causes bad luck, a thought occurs: Just how much of the misery that has happened around him (Summer's death. Raven's leaving. Taiyang's depression, his nieces' near death experiences and Ozpin's fall) does he blame himself for?

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* In ''Punished'', Tyrian recognises Qrow by name when the latter turns to face him. However, Qrow ''doesn't'' do the same; he only manages to ascertain the attacker's name and affiliation before having to fight him. This means that, despite knowing about Salem and Cinder's faction, Qrow (and likely Glynda and Ironwood) ''didn't'' know about Salem's other operatives (with Ozpin [[spoiler:having known Hazel years before]] and [[spoiler:Professor Lionheart]] knowing [[spoiler:Dr. Watts ''[[TheQuisling personally]]'']]) ... and therefore had ''zero'' idea as to how powerful Tyrian really was before encountering him.
* With the reveal in "A ''A Much Needed Talk" Talk'' that Qrow's Semblance supposedly causes bad luck, a thought occurs: Just how much of the misery that has happened around him (Summer's death. Raven's leaving. Taiyang's depression, his nieces' near death experiences and Ozpin's fall) does he blame himself for?
18th Apr '17 9:04:46 AM DinoCam1795
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** Alternatively, it's possible that Hazel hasn't meet Sienna Khan yet, as Watts didn't meet their informant in Mistral until the end of the volume. If that is the case, than either Adam intends to push the White Fang further down the [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope slope]] by killing Khan, or he set a trap for Blake using false information. WildMassGuessing it may be, it's still a possibility.



** Adding to that, the fact that Nuckelavee looks so terrifying to Team RNJR at first is because of their fears. Before the finale, we're only shown how the Nuckelavee is like from Ren and Nora's POVs when they were terrified, helpless young children, portraying it as TheDreaded capable of massacring entire villages. For Ruby and Jaune, the Nuckelavee is a new type of Grimm that they haven't encountered before, so it's fear of the unknown. [[spoiler: Once all four members get their acts together they finally realize that, like all the other Grimms, the Nuckelavee has a weakness that they can exploit. From that point on, the Nuckelavee is much less scary and starts to become vulnerable as Team RNJR starts working together more effectively without their negative feelings hindering them.]]

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** Adding to that, the fact that Nuckelavee looks so terrifying to Team RNJR at first is because of their fears. Before the finale, we're only shown how the Nuckelavee is like from Ren and Nora's POVs [=POVs=] when they were terrified, helpless young children, portraying it as TheDreaded capable of massacring entire villages. For Ruby and Jaune, the Nuckelavee is a new type of Grimm that they haven't encountered before, so it's fear of the unknown. [[spoiler: Once all four members get their acts together they finally realize that, like all the other Grimms, the Nuckelavee has a weakness that they can exploit. From that point on, the Nuckelavee is much less scary and starts to become vulnerable as Team RNJR starts working together more effectively without their negative feelings hindering them.]]
30th Mar '17 11:56:01 PM PaulA
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* Ozpin is based on the [[TheWizardofOz wizard]], whose full name is Oscar Zoroaster Phadrig Isaac Norman Henkle Emmannuel Ambroise Diggs, which spells OZPINHEAD, which is where he gets the name “OZPIN” from. Come Volume 4, guess where he is? [[spoiler: in Oscar’s ''head''.]]

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* Ozpin is based on the [[TheWizardofOz [[Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz wizard]], whose full name is Oscar Zoroaster Phadrig Isaac Norman Henkle Emmannuel Ambroise Diggs, which spells OZPINHEAD, which is where he gets the name “OZPIN” from. Come Volume 4, guess where he is? [[spoiler: in Oscar’s ''head''.]]
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