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15th Aug '17 1:28:42 PM Wyldchyld
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* DiabolusExMachina/DeusExMachina: An unusual, beneficial case. In "Heroes and Monsters"[[note]]Volume 3 Chapter 11[[/note]], while Ruby is on the receiving end of a CurbStompBattle against Roman and Neo, a Griffon comes up behind Roman and eats him, ending the fight.
* DiagonalCut: Adam does this to an AK-130 Android in the Black trailer.

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* DiabolusExMachina/DeusExMachina: An unusual, beneficial case. In "Heroes and Monsters"[[note]]Volume 3 Chapter 11[[/note]], while Ruby is on the receiving end of a CurbStompBattle against Roman and Neo, a Griffon comes up behind Roman and eats him, ending the fight.
%% * DiagonalCut: Adam does this to an AK-130 Android in the Black trailer.
15th Aug '17 12:07:45 PM zypzaex
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* DiabolusExMachina/DeusExMachina: An unusual, beneficial case. In "Heroes and Monsters"[[note]]Volume 3 Chapter 11[[/note]], while Ruby is on the receiving end of a CurbStompBattle against Roman and Neo, a Griffon comes up behind Roman and eats him, ending the fight.
10th Aug '17 8:21:45 PM Karxrida
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* HunterOfMonsters: What Beacon, and presumably the other academies, teach people to become. To be [[GenderNeutralWriting gender equal]], they are referred to as "Huntsmen" and "Huntresses."

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* HunterOfMonsters: What Beacon, The role of Huntsmen and presumably Huntresses is to protect the other academies, teach people to become. To be [[GenderNeutralWriting gender equal]], of Remnant, which they are referred to as "Huntsmen" do by hunting down and "Huntresses."slaying the creatures of Grimm.



---> '''Nora:''' ''[throws up her hands]'' Women.

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---> '''Nora:''' --->'''Nora:''' ''[throws up her hands]'' Women.
10th Aug '17 7:45:05 PM Gregzilla
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* TheHunter: What Beacon, and presumably the other academies, teach people to become. To be [[GenderNeutralWriting gender equal]], they are referred to as "Huntsmen" and "Huntresses."

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* TheHunter: HunterOfMonsters: What Beacon, and presumably the other academies, teach people to become. To be [[GenderNeutralWriting gender equal]], they are referred to as "Huntsmen" and "Huntresses."
8th Aug '17 4:13:35 PM sloman81
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* NothingIsTheSameAnymore: The scandal of [[spoiler:Yang "breaking" Mercury's leg]] in "Fall" was primarily the moment where CerebusSyndrome set in, with the reputation of Beacon being [[BrokenPedestal tarnished and questioned. As if to push this in, the next episode was preceded by a message from the writers that the show was heading in a much darker direction and to be careful about younger viewers watching it.

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* NothingIsTheSameAnymore: The scandal of [[spoiler:Yang "breaking" Mercury's leg]] in "Fall" was primarily the moment where CerebusSyndrome set in, with the reputation of Beacon being [[BrokenPedestal tarnished and questioned.questioned]]. As if to push this in, the next episode was preceded by a message from the writers that the show was heading in a much darker direction and to be careful about younger viewers watching it.
8th Aug '17 3:17:53 PM Wyldchyld
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** Neo wears the highest heels of any character, but remains arguably the nimblest and most elegant fighter in the series.

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** Neo wears the highest heels of any character, but remains arguably the nimblest is an athletic, acrobatic fighter, who spins, cartwheels and most elegant fighter in the series.somersaults around her opponents as if she's wearing flat, practical shoes.
8th Aug '17 3:15:42 PM Wyldchyld
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** When Blake and Sun travel to Menagerie, Sun - who has never been to the Faunus-only island before, is overwhelmed by how many Faunus are living in one place. Blake is underwhelmed, explaining to him that the Faunus are living on top of each other, as the habitable part of the island is overcrowded. When they reach the highest point of the region they're in, Sun pauses and asks Blake if she can see her house from this vantage point. She points out her house, which is visible... the huge stately mansion in the middle of the town.

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** When Blake and Sun travel to Menagerie, Sun - who has never been to the Faunus-only island before, before - is overwhelmed by how many Faunus are living in one place. Blake is underwhelmed, explaining to him that the Faunus are living on top of each other, as the habitable part of the island is overcrowded. When they reach the highest point of the region they're in, Sun pauses and asks Blake if she can see her house from this vantage point. She points out her house, which is visible... the huge stately mansion in the middle of the town.
8th Aug '17 3:14:21 PM Wyldchyld
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* ICanSeeMyHouseFromHere: A variant appears in "Menagerie", when Blake says that it's time to go home and Sun asks her if she can spot it from the high-up point they're currently on.

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* ICanSeeMyHouseFromHere: A variant appears in "Menagerie", when Blake says that it's time to go ICanSeeMyHouseFromHere:
** When Ruby and Yang leave
home and Sun asks to attend the prestigious Beacon Academy, Ruby really isn't looking forward to being the youngest student in a strange boarding school, having been pushed two years ahead of her if she can spot it from age-group. As the high-up point airship they're currently on.travelling on approaches Beacon Academy, giving the new student intake their first view of the school, Ruby spots the distant sight of her old school which was very near her home, a small island just off the coast. She concludes, with some comfort, that home isn't as far away from Beacon as she thought. Her older sister points out that Beacon is their home now.
-->'''Ruby:''' Look! You can see Signal from up here! I guess home isn't so far, after all.
-->'''Yang:''' Beacon is our home now.
** When Blake and Sun travel to Menagerie, Sun - who has never been to the Faunus-only island before, is overwhelmed by how many Faunus are living in one place. Blake is underwhelmed, explaining to him that the Faunus are living on top of each other, as the habitable part of the island is overcrowded. When they reach the highest point of the region they're in, Sun pauses and asks Blake if she can see her house from this vantage point. She points out her house, which is visible... the huge stately mansion in the middle of the town.
8th Aug '17 3:01:32 PM sloman81
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* NothingIsTheSameAnymore: The scandal of Yang "breaking" Mercury's leg]] in "Fall" was primarily the moment where CerebusSyndrome set in, with the reputation of Beacon being [[BrokenPedestal tarnished and questioned. As if to push this in, the next episode was preceded by a message from the writers that the show was heading in a much darker direction and to be careful about younger viewers watching it.

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* NothingIsTheSameAnymore: The scandal of Yang [[spoiler:Yang "breaking" Mercury's leg]] in "Fall" was primarily the moment where CerebusSyndrome set in, with the reputation of Beacon being [[BrokenPedestal tarnished and questioned. As if to push this in, the next episode was preceded by a message from the writers that the show was heading in a much darker direction and to be careful about younger viewers watching it.
7th Aug '17 7:46:51 PM Sydney163
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** Neo wears the highest heels of any character, but remains arguably the nimblest and most elegant fighter in the series.
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