History YMMV / RWBY

24th Mar '17 3:25:32 PM Zaptech
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** As much as RWBY pulls ideas and concepts from fairy tales, the variety of ideas makes it seem like the shows also pulls from the [[Manga/GetterRobo Getter Robo franchise]].[[note]] In most cases, the Getter Robo is formed from a group of three aircraft colored red, white, and yellow. Mushashi Tomoe pilots both the Bear Get-Machine and Getter 3, Getter Robo's strength-based form that relies on brute force and fire power. In most incarnations, Mushashi dies in a HeroicSacrifice to protect his friends. Yang shares the same color and also uses brute force and fire power in battle. And there's the end of volume three where [[spoiler:she lost an arm protecting Blake]]. Hayato Jinn flies the Jaguar Get-Machine and Getter 2, the speed-based form that uses precision attacks with its drill arm, as well as generating tornados with said drill. In the manga, Hayato is a genius with a 300 point IQ and is much more stern than his teammates. Weiss also shares colors and parts of their fighting styles, is sterner than her teammates, and is the smartest member of team RWBY. Ryoma Nagare flies the Eagle Get-Machine and Getter 1, the flight form that uses the Getter Tomahawk and the Getter Beam. In all incarnations, Ryoma is a HotBlooded {{Determinator}}, refusing to back down from an enemy, and this attitude allows Ryoma to draw out the full potential of whatever version Getter Robo he's flying, often to awesome and/or terrifying results, particularly in ''Getter Robo Go'' the third part of the manga to be written. In the Armageddon OVA series, Ryoma wears a red scarf big enough to cover his head, carries 2-3 guns and a rocket launcher, pilots Shin Getter Robo (a third generation version of Getter that wields a wider array of weapons, including the Getter Scythe), and is smart enough to rebuild a derelict Getter Robo in his own customized machine, Black Getter Robo. Ruby of course has her red cloak, her self-built Crescent Rose, more than a little enthusiastic about guns, and while much calmer than Ryoma, also refuses to back down, which indirectly led her to awaken [[spoiler:her Silver-Eye Power at the end of volume three.]].[[/note]]
24th Mar '17 12:43:26 AM MMTrigger
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** As much as RWBY pulls ideas and concepts from fairy tales, the variety of ideas makes it seem like the shows also pulls from the [[Manga/GetterRobo Getter Robo franchise]].[[note]] In most cases, the Getter Robo is formed from a group of three aircraft colored red, white, and yellow. Mushashi Tomoe pilots both the Bear Get-Machine and Getter 3, Getter Robo's strength-based form that relies on brute force and fire power. In most incarnations, Mushashi dies in a HeroicSacrifice to protect his friends. Yang shares the same color and also uses brute force and fire power in battle. And there's the end of volume three where [[spoiler:she lost an arm protecting Blake]]. Hayato Jinn flies the Jaguar Get-Machine and Getter 2, the speed-based form that uses precision attacks with its drill arm, as well as generating tornados with said drill. In the manga, Hayato is a genius with a 300 point IQ and is much more stern than his teammates. Weiss also shares colors and parts of their fighting styles, is sterner than her teammates, and is the smartest member of team RWBY. Ryoma Nagare flies the Eagle Get-Machine and Getter 1, the flight form that uses the Getter Tomahawk and the Getter Beam. In all incarnations, Ryoma is a HotBlooded {{Determinator}}, refusing to back down from an enemy, and this attitude allows Ryoma to draw out the full potential of whatever version Getter Robo he's flying, often to awesome and/or terrifying results, particularly in ''Getter Robo Go'' the third part of the manga to be written. In the Armageddon OVA series, Ryoma wears a red scarf big enough to cover his head, carries 2-3 guns and a rocket launcher, pilots Shin Getter Robo (a third generation version of Getter that wields a wider array of weapons, including the Getter Scythe), and is smart enough to rebuild a derelict Getter Robo in his own customized machine, Black Getter Robo. Ruby of course has her red cloak, her self-built Crescent Rose, more than a little enthusiastic about guns, and while much calmer than Ryoma, also refuses to back down, which indirectly led her to awaken [[spoiler:her Silver-Eye Power at the end of volume three.]].[[/note]]
20th Mar '17 4:35:23 PM Zaptech
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** Cinder's appearance in Volume 4 is reminiscent of Zuko from ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', with identical colours as well as being complete with the scar. Some fans even theorise that [[spoiler:Cinder will ''join'' Ruby's group, similar to when Zuko joined Aang's group..]]
20th Mar '17 3:54:44 PM EpicLinkSam
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** Cinder's appearance in Volume 4 is reminiscent of Zuko from ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'', with identical colours as well as being complete with the scar. Some fans even theorise that [[spoiler:Cinder will ''join'' Ruby's group, similar to when Zuko joined Aang's group..]]
19th Mar '17 3:00:00 PM Wyldchyld
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19th Mar '17 2:58:59 PM Wyldchyld
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** In canon, Sun is attracted to Blake, however the fandom prefers Blake with Yang and has given the ship a nickname ("Bumblebee"). This again originates from the prequel trailers, with the canon show giving the girls different personalities to what was initially assumed. Blake and Yang don't meet until half way through the first volume, and the fans delight in every emotional scene between them. Bumblebee is one of the most popular ship pairings in the entire show.

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** In canon, Sun is and Blake are attracted to Blake, each other, however the fandom prefers Blake with Yang and has given the ship a nickname ("Bumblebee"). This again originates from the prequel trailers, with the canon show giving the girls girls' different personalities to what was initially assumed. Blake and Yang don't meet until half way through the first volume, and the fans delight in every emotional scene between them. Bumblebee is one of the most popular ship pairings in the entire show.
19th Mar '17 10:08:46 AM Zaptech
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** Sun is either well-liked for his combat style, character design, general character concept, and being the first Faunus Blake interacts with outside of the trailers, or disliked for having several questionable moments (making a joke about Blake's history with the White Fang to deflect fault for committing a crime and acting like it was Blake's fault for getting upset about it instead of apologising for an unfunny and insensitive comment, accidentally revealing that Blake is a Faunus to Neptune and never apologising to her or even telling her about it, jumping into team RWBY's room uninvited and never explaining why he and Neptune had climbed up the side of the building to lurk outside their room in the first place, stalking Blake for who knows how long before volume 4, [[MomentKiller interrupting Blake and Ghira's]] heart-to-heart to give Blake day old news and only acting like it was urgent ''after'' he'd gotten caught eavesdropping, and declaring revenge on Ilia for attacking him even though she only did so because he had made an offensive comment about her first and then acting like he was attacked out of nowhere for protecting Blake and that it's a comparable situation to when Yang was maimed) and elbowing in on the popular Bumblebee shipping between Blake and Yang.

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** Sun is either well-liked for his combat style, character design, general character concept, and being the first Faunus Blake interacts with outside of the trailers, or disliked for having several questionable moments (making a joke about Blake's history with the White Fang to deflect fault for committing a crime and acting like it was Blake's fault for getting upset about it instead of apologising for an unfunny and insensitive comment, accidentally revealing that Blake is a Faunus to Neptune and never apologising to her or even telling her about it, jumping into team RWBY's room uninvited and never explaining why he and Neptune had climbed up the side of the building to lurk outside their room in the first place, stalking Blake for who knows how long before volume 4, [[MomentKiller interrupting Blake and Ghira's]] heart-to-heart to give Blake day old news and only acting like it was urgent ''after'' he'd gotten caught eavesdropping, and declaring revenge on Ilia for attacking him even though she only did so because he had made an offensive comment about her first and then acting like he was attacked out of nowhere for protecting Blake and that it's a comparable situation to when Yang was maimed) and elbowing in on the popular Bumblebee shipping between Blake and Yang.
19th Mar '17 9:02:38 AM SirAdamus
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** Sun is either well-liked for his combat style, character design, general character concept, and being the first Faunus Blake interacts with outside of the trailers, or disliked for having several questionable moments (accidentally revealing that Blake is a Faunus to Neptune and never apologising to her or even telling her about it, jumping into team RWBY's room uninvited and never explaining why he and Neptune had climbed up the side of the building to lurk outside their room in the first place, [[MomentKiller interrupting Blake and Ghira's]] heart-to-heart to give Blake day old news and only acting like it was urgent ''after'' he'd gotten caught eavesdropping, and declaring revenge on Ilia for attacking him even though she only did so because he had made an offensive comment about her first and then acting like he was attacked out of nowhere for protecting Blake and that it's a comparable situation to when Yang was maimed) and elbowing in on the popular Bumblebee shipping between Blake and Yang.

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** Sun is either well-liked for his combat style, character design, general character concept, and being the first Faunus Blake interacts with outside of the trailers, or disliked for having several questionable moments (accidentally (making a joke about Blake's history with the White Fang to deflect fault for committing a crime and acting like it was Blake's fault for getting upset about it instead of apologising for an unfunny and insensitive comment, accidentally revealing that Blake is a Faunus to Neptune and never apologising to her or even telling her about it, jumping into team RWBY's room uninvited and never explaining why he and Neptune had climbed up the side of the building to lurk outside their room in the first place, stalking Blake for who knows how long before volume 4, [[MomentKiller interrupting Blake and Ghira's]] heart-to-heart to give Blake day old news and only acting like it was urgent ''after'' he'd gotten caught eavesdropping, and declaring revenge on Ilia for attacking him even though she only did so because he had made an offensive comment about her first and then acting like he was attacked out of nowhere for protecting Blake and that it's a comparable situation to when Yang was maimed) and elbowing in on the popular Bumblebee shipping between Blake and Yang.
19th Mar '17 9:00:48 AM SirAdamus
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** Sun is either well-liked for his combat style, character design, general character concept, and being the first Faunus Blake interacts with outside of the trailers, or disliked for having several questionable moments (accidentally revealing that Blake is a Faunus to Neptune, jumping into team RWBY's room uninvited, [[MomentKiller interrupting Blake and Ghira's]] heart-to-heart) and elbowing in on the popular Bumblebee shipping between Blake and Yang.

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** Sun is either well-liked for his combat style, character design, general character concept, and being the first Faunus Blake interacts with outside of the trailers, or disliked for having several questionable moments (accidentally revealing that Blake is a Faunus to Neptune, Neptune and never apologising to her or even telling her about it, jumping into team RWBY's room uninvited, uninvited and never explaining why he and Neptune had climbed up the side of the building to lurk outside their room in the first place, [[MomentKiller interrupting Blake and Ghira's]] heart-to-heart) heart-to-heart to give Blake day old news and only acting like it was urgent ''after'' he'd gotten caught eavesdropping, and declaring revenge on Ilia for attacking him even though she only did so because he had made an offensive comment about her first and then acting like he was attacked out of nowhere for protecting Blake and that it's a comparable situation to when Yang was maimed) and elbowing in on the popular Bumblebee shipping between Blake and Yang.
19th Mar '17 8:56:13 AM SirAdamus
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** In canon, Blake and Sun are attracted to each other, however the fandom prefers Blake with Yang and has given the ship a nickname ("Bumblebee"). This again originates from the prequel trailers, with the canon show giving the girls different personalities to what was initially assumed. Blake and Yang don't meet until half way through the first volume, and the fans delight in every emotional scene between them. Bumblebee is one of the most popular ship pairings in the entire show.

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** In canon, Blake and Sun are is attracted to each other, Blake, however the fandom prefers Blake with Yang and has given the ship a nickname ("Bumblebee"). This again originates from the prequel trailers, with the canon show giving the girls different personalities to what was initially assumed. Blake and Yang don't meet until half way through the first volume, and the fans delight in every emotional scene between them. Bumblebee is one of the most popular ship pairings in the entire show.
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