History YMMV / RedVsBlue

22nd Aug '16 4:26:09 PM Shadeblade11
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** This also applies to Caboose's ImageSong as of episode 15, where we get a taste of teh imoact of [[spoiler: Church's demise.]]

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** This also applies to Caboose's ImageSong as of episode 15, where we get a taste of teh imoact the impact of [[spoiler: Church's demise.]]
17th Aug '16 1:42:21 PM Knightofbalance
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** This also applies to Caboose's ImageSong as of episode 15, where we get a taste of teh imoact of [[spoiler: Church's demise.]]
7th Aug '16 7:35:53 AM ACW
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** [[spoiler:Felix]], one of the CoDragons to the aforementioned character, is just as bad. When he fought in the Great War, he never showed any mercy to his enemies, even those that were trying to surrender. When one of his teammates, Locus, was broken by the war, [[spoiler:Felix]] kept him from getting help and dragged him along because he knew that he couldn't survive without his partner, despite hating him. When he was hired by his boss to create a CivilWar on the planet Chorus, the mercenary took his job too far by [[spoiler:infiltrating one the sides because he thought it would be fun for them to trust him while not knowing that he was leading them to their deaths while mocking them for trusting him]]. He also leads the raid on prison ship where the entire crew is killed and the prisoners who are not worthy to join forces with him ejected from the ship. When word comes out about the Purge, He is unable to resist being the one to personally kill off everyone, showing that he doesn't care about the orders and more about just killing for the hell of it. When [[spoiler:the Purge temple]] is destroyed, [[spoiler:Felix]] pointlessly goes after the Reds and Blues just so he can kill them.

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** [[spoiler:Felix]], [[spoiler:Felix, real name Isaac Gates]], one of the CoDragons to the aforementioned character, is just as bad. When he fought in the Great War, he never showed any mercy to his enemies, even those that were trying to surrender. When one of his teammates, Locus, was broken by the war, [[spoiler:Felix]] kept him from getting help and dragged him along because he knew that he couldn't survive without his partner, despite hating him. When he was hired by his boss to create a CivilWar on the planet Chorus, the mercenary took his job too far by [[spoiler:infiltrating one the sides because he thought it would be fun for them to trust him while not knowing that he was leading them to their deaths while mocking them for trusting him]]. He also leads the raid on prison ship where the entire crew is killed and the prisoners who are not worthy to join forces with him ejected from the ship. When word comes out about the Purge, He is unable to resist being the one to personally kill off everyone, showing that he doesn't care about the orders and more about just killing for the hell of it. When [[spoiler:the Purge temple]] is destroyed, [[spoiler:Felix]] pointlessly goes after the Reds and Blues just so he can kill them.
6th Aug '16 10:58:33 PM aran
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* TheReveal: Despite not impacting the overall story or plot of the series, [[spoiler: the ''Merc Trilogy'' reveals that Locus and Felix's biological names are Samuel Ortez and Isaac Gates]]. It's pretty huge, considering very few outside of the Reds and Blues have been fully named.
5th Aug '16 6:07:54 PM streakson22
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* HilariousInHindsight: The episode ''Fight the Good Fight'' makes the scene in ''Reconstruction'' where Sarge can't comprehend that Grif is a Sargeant even funnier, knowing that they've tried and failed to get that through his head before.

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* HilariousInHindsight: The episode ''Fight the Good Fight'' makes the scene in ''Reconstruction'' where Sarge can't comprehend that Grif is a Sargeant Sergeant even funnier, knowing that they've tried and failed to get that through his head before.
2nd Aug '16 7:48:51 PM Fourze99
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* {{Fanon}}: It's easier to count how many people will question [[spoiler: how Sarge is Boomstick's father.]]
2nd Aug '16 3:37:47 PM TheGracefullyWicked
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** The [[ArtShift art shifts]], especially the TelltaleGames-esque cel-shading in "Club". Some say it's AwesomeArt, while others say it's too far from the series' ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' [[{{Machinima}} machinima]] roots. "Club"'s non-futuristic firearms and [[spoiler:Locus and Felix in [[BadassInANiceSuit sharp suits]] rather than PoweredArmor]] are particularly jarring.

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** The [[ArtShift art shifts]], especially the TelltaleGames-esque cel-shading in "Club". Some say it's AwesomeArt, while others say it's too far from the series' ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' [[{{Machinima}} machinima]] roots. "Club"'s non-futuristic firearms and [[spoiler:Locus and Felix in [[BadassInANiceSuit sharp suits]] rather than PoweredArmor]] are particularly jarring. Though this seems to have died down some now that the three episodes have aired and turned out to have an amazing story. Many fans are even calling for a spinoff now.
1st Aug '16 8:49:44 PM Blazer
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** The crossover with ''WebVideo/DeathBattle'', mostly between the fans of ''[=RvB=]'' and ''DB''. The ''[=RvB=]'' fans are quite happy to see a match up that had been denied previously and seeing a battle being done on ''Death Battle'' while the ''DB'' fans are quite upset over the outcome and the fact that it's ''another'' Rooster Teeth-related episode after the divisive match up between [[WebAnimation/{{RWBY}} Yang Xiao Long]] and [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Tifa Lockheart]].
1st Aug '16 3:30:47 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** The [[ArtShift art shifts]], especially the TelltaleGames-esque cel-shading in "Club". Some say it's AwesomeArt, while others say it's too far from the series' {{Halo}} [[{{Machinima}} machinima]] roots. "Club"'s non-futuristic firearms and [[spoiler:Locus and Felix in [[BadassInANiceSuit sharp suits]] rather than PoweredArmor]] are particularly jarring.

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** The [[ArtShift art shifts]], especially the TelltaleGames-esque cel-shading in "Club". Some say it's AwesomeArt, while others say it's too far from the series' {{Halo}} ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' [[{{Machinima}} machinima]] roots. "Club"'s non-futuristic firearms and [[spoiler:Locus and Felix in [[BadassInANiceSuit sharp suits]] rather than PoweredArmor]] are particularly jarring.



* BetterThanCanon: Many fans consider the [[CerebusSyndrome increasingly dark]] [[RewatchBonus and intricate]] plots to be better than those of Halo.

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* BetterThanCanon: Many fans consider the [[CerebusSyndrome increasingly dark]] [[RewatchBonus and intricate]] plots to be better than those of Halo.''Halo''.
24th Jul '16 7:08:06 PM Rebu
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** Santos' obsession with wine bars keeps popping up in the Youtube comments.
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