History Headscratchers / RWBY

20th Feb '17 6:27:04 PM Zaptech
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** While there is a train fairly close to Oscar's farm, if you look around the area Oscar lives in, it's clear that he's not living deep in the wilderness that RNJR are walking through. The woods around his farm are much thinner, there's no protective wall around the farm, and he doesn't seem exceptionally worried about Grimm attacks. Oscar is probably within the secured perimeter near Mistral or one of its other towns, in an area that would be safer and thus have better infrastructure. Also, the train lines likely service the agricultural area that Oscar lives in, transporting food and other products supplied by the farms when they aren't carrying passengers into town, which is another reason why Oscar's area has train access but the wilderness that RNJR is walking through doesn't.
** In addition, as shown in the Volume 4 finale, Mistral's air force doesn't patrol out in the area around Kuroyuri, let alone the further wilderness beyond that which RNJR was traveling through. If they're unwilling to commit even air patrols to such a dangerous and abandoned area, they're certainly unwilling to put in the time and resources to build a train line out there.
16th Feb '17 8:45:46 PM Zaptech
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16th Feb '17 8:44:42 PM Zaptech
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[[folder: Is Remnant Worth Saving?]]
Is Remnant worth saving? On top of secrecy, this civilization doesn't seem to care about the well-being of others more often than not. Clear cut deals suddenly become double-crosses and for some reason, religion is a no-no.
16th Feb '17 2:34:24 PM ApollineAllura
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[[folder: Is Remnant Worth Saving?]]
Is Remnant worth saving? On top of secrecy, this civilization doesn't seem to care about the well-being of others more often than not. Clear cut deals suddenly become double-crosses and for some reason, religion is a no-no.
16th Feb '17 11:05:53 AM haxxr
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** Or retrieved by those "seer" Grimm. After all, they do seem to have a lot of intelligence and follow orders.
12th Feb '17 9:26:30 AM Zaptech
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** First, it's never said that faunus have "perfect" night vision. We only know that they can see in the dark. Second, we don't know that there aren't humans living there. In fact, it would strain disbelief that no humans at all lived there, especially considering how much trade there is implied to be. Second, just because you can see in the dark doesn't mean its optimal or even preferable. Night vision isn't full color, it's typically black and white, so it's likely better to have the place illuminated simply so you can see color. A faunus won't stub his toe in the dark, but that doesn't mean he'll want to spend all his time in complete pitch darkness.

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** First, it's never said that faunus have "perfect" night vision. We only know that they can see in the dark. Second, we don't know that there aren't humans living there. In fact, it would strain disbelief that no humans at all lived there, especially considering how much trade there is implied to be. Second, just because you can see in the dark doesn't mean its optimal or even preferable. Night vision isn't full color, it's typically black and white, so it's likely better to have the place illuminated simply so you can see color. A faunus won't stub his toe in the dark, but that doesn't mean he'll want to spend all his time in complete pitch darkness. He'll have his areas lit, if only for comfort's sake.
11th Feb '17 6:05:12 PM Zaptech
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** First, it's never said that faunus have "perfect" night vision. We only know that they can see in the dark. Second, we don't know that there aren't humans living there. In fact, it would strain disbelief that no humans at all lived there, especially considering how much trade there is implied to be. Second, just because you can see in the dark doesn't mean its optimal or even preferable. Night vision isn't full color, it's typically black and white, so it's likely better to have the place illuminated simply so you can see color. A faunus won't stub his toe in the dark, but that doesn't mean he'll want to spend all his time in complete pitch darkness.
11th Feb '17 3:30:46 PM dartblaze
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[[folder:The Lights of Menagerie]]
* Faunus are supposed to have perfect night vision, as we learned in Volume 1 and saw in the White Fang meeting in Volume 2. So why are all the houses in Menagerie lit up at night? There aren't any humans on the island, so it just seems like a waste of resources.
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11th Feb '17 8:28:19 AM Zaptech
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** The scroll was Illia's, as evidenced by the White Fang data. There's no reason Sun would have that data on his scroll; his scroll just hit her by complete accident when Blake threw it.
11th Feb '17 8:13:14 AM Psyga315
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