History YMMV / RedVsBlue

8th Sep '17 11:21:01 PM streakson22
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* WinBackTheCrowd: While this season wasn't a winner for everyone, it did renew interest in the series for a number of people who were underwhelmed by Season 14.
7th Sep '17 9:43:44 AM streakson22
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* TheScrappy: As listed above, some people see Jax as this for his constant film references and annoying, and at times dickish behavior, as he openly said that Caboose feeling sad over Church's death was cliche.

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* TheScrappy: As listed above, some people see Jax as this for his constant film references and annoying, and at times dickish behavior, as he openly said that Caboose feeling sad over Church's death was cliche.annoying behavior.
7th Sep '17 7:28:58 AM EverythingisAwful
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** A considerable portion within the fanbase felt that Doc's betrayal against the Reds and Blues was absolutely justified, with the latter neglecting to notice the former's disappearance during the Chorus Trilogy, and not even apologizing for said-negligence, a line crossed. Said-portion was eager to see more scenes where Doc would call out the Reds and Blues on their character flaws, potentially setting up a scene where the BGC would give a genuine apology, winning the former back over to their side. A few episode later, he's rejoined the BGC, after pretty much begging them to take him back and with [[Asspull absolutely no build up to him feeling regret for betraying them]], and even after he rejoins them the BGC ''still'' refusing to acknowledge their mistakes.

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** A considerable portion within the fanbase felt that Doc's betrayal against the Reds and Blues was absolutely justified, with the latter neglecting to notice the former's disappearance during the Chorus Trilogy, and not even apologizing for said-negligence, a line crossed. Said-portion was eager to see more scenes where Doc would call out the Reds and Blues on their character flaws, potentially setting up a scene where the BGC would give a genuine apology, winning the former back over to their side. A few episode later, he's rejoined the BGC, after pretty much begging them to take him back and with [[Asspull [[AssPull absolutely no build up to him feeling regret for betraying them]], and even after he rejoins them the BGC ''still'' refusing to acknowledge their mistakes.
7th Sep '17 7:25:27 AM EverythingisAwful
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* TheScrappy: As listed above, some people see Jax as this for his constant film references and and annoying behavior.

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* TheScrappy: As listed above, some people see Jax as this for his constant film references and annoying, and annoying behavior.at times dickish behavior, as he openly said that Caboose feeling sad over Church's death was cliche.



** A considerable portion within the fanbase felt that Doc's betrayal against the Reds and Blues was absolutely justified, with the latter neglecting to notice the former's disappearance during the Chorus Trilogy, and not even apologizing for said-negligence, a line crossed. Said-portion was eager to see more scenes where Doc would call out the Reds and Blues on their character flaws, potentially setting up a scene where the BGC would give a genuine apology, winning the former back over to their side. A few episode later, he's rejoined the BGC, after pretty much begging them to take him back and with absolutely no build up to him feeling regret for betraying them, and even after he rejoins them the BGC ''still'' refusing to acknowledge their mistakes.

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** A considerable portion within the fanbase felt that Doc's betrayal against the Reds and Blues was absolutely justified, with the latter neglecting to notice the former's disappearance during the Chorus Trilogy, and not even apologizing for said-negligence, a line crossed. Said-portion was eager to see more scenes where Doc would call out the Reds and Blues on their character flaws, potentially setting up a scene where the BGC would give a genuine apology, winning the former back over to their side. A few episode later, he's rejoined the BGC, after pretty much begging them to take him back and with [[Asspull absolutely no build up to him feeling regret for betraying them, them]], and even after he rejoins them the BGC ''still'' refusing to acknowledge their mistakes.
5th Sep '17 9:40:01 AM streakson22
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** Some feel that the constant [[ShoutOut Shout Outs]] were too much, even by Rooster Teeth's standards.

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** Some feel that the constant [[ShoutOut Shout Outs]] were too much, even by Rooster Teeth's standards. Others find it funny and accept it as a part of the season's style.
5th Sep '17 9:06:46 AM EverythingisAwful
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** Some feel that the constant [[ShoutOut Shout Outs]] were too much, even by Rooster Teeth's standards.
5th Sep '17 9:04:55 AM EverythingisAwful
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*** The first camp finds this season comparable to a bad fanfiction with bland characters, some of the main cast having an OutOfCharacterMoment, two [[FanPreferredCouple Fan Preferred Couples]] being strongly teased, and a disgrace to Red Vs. Blue. They also find the season to be too lighthearted and not up to par with the likes of Project Freelancer or the Chorus Trilogy, instead being a huge step backwards.

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*** The first camp finds this season comparable to a bad fanfiction with bland or annoying new characters, some of the main cast having an OutOfCharacterMoment, two [[FanPreferredCouple Fan Preferred Couples]] being strongly teased, and a lot of wasted potential makes some see it as a disgrace to Red Vs. Blue. They also find the season to be too lighthearted and not up to par with the likes of Project Freelancer or the Chorus Trilogy, instead being a huge step backwards.



*** The third camp, as detailed in SeasonalRot, finds this season the weakest of the 15, but still enjoyable to an extent, marking the season as SoOkayItsAverage. They find that some of the jokes are genuinely hilarious, some of the new cast have their charms, and the characterization for the original cast is one point, but find problem in the execution of certain scenes and lack of high stakes when compared to the more recent seasons, namely the Chorus Trilogy.

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*** The third camp, as detailed in SeasonalRot, finds this season the weakest of the 15, but still enjoyable to an extent, marking the season as SoOkayItsAverage. They find that some of the jokes are genuinely hilarious, some of the new cast have their charms, and the characterization for the original cast is one on point, but find problem in the execution of certain scenes scenes, wasted potential, and lack of high stakes when compared to the more recent seasons, namely the Chorus Trilogy.



* TheScrappy: As listed above, some people see Jax as this for his constant film references and and annoying behavior.



** Many felt that Temple's character arc was handled poorly, as Episodes 12 and 13 managed to set him up as a WellIntentionedExtremist antagonist who [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds has a legitimately sympathetic motive for wanting revenge on the Freelancers]] and actually [[VillainHasAPoint had a point about the UNSC needing to answer for their treatment of their own soldiers]], yet ultimately turned out to be a purely evil, unsympathetic CardCarryingVillain who practically reveled in how evil he was, before going out like a cowardly wimp. To make matters worse, his shockingly tragic backstory, which gave his motivations context. is never brought up again, nor are Carolina and Wash ever told as to why Temple hated the Freelancers and wanted to kill them all, so we never see Carolina actually voice regret over her actions. [[spoiler: [[PlayedWith That said, he's still alive by the end of Season 15, so this could come into play in future seasons.]]]]
** A considerable portion within the fanbase felt that Doc's betrayal against the Reds and Blues was absolutely justified, with the latter neglecting to notice the former's disappearance during the Chorus Trilogy, and not even apologizing for said-negligence, a line crossed. Said-portion was eager to see more scenes where Doc would call out the Reds and Blues on their character flaws, potentially setting up a scene where the BGC would give a genuine apology, winning the former back over to their side. A few episode later, he's rejoined the BGC, after pretty much begging them to take him back, with the BGC ''still'' refusing to acknowledge their mistakes.

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** Many felt that Temple's character arc was handled poorly, as Episodes 12 and 13 managed to set him up as a WellIntentionedExtremist antagonist who [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds has a legitimately sympathetic motive for wanting revenge on the Freelancers]] and actually [[VillainHasAPoint had a point about the UNSC needing to answer for their treatment of their own soldiers]], yet ultimately turned out to be a purely evil, unsympathetic CardCarryingVillain who practically reveled in how evil he was, before going out like a cowardly wimp. To make matters worse, his shockingly tragic backstory, which gave his motivations context. context, is never brought up again, nor are Carolina and Wash ever told as to why Temple hated the Freelancers and wanted to kill them all, so we never see Carolina actually voice regret over her actions. [[spoiler: [[PlayedWith That said, he's still alive by the end of Season 15, so this could come into play in future seasons.]]]]
** A considerable portion within the fanbase felt that Doc's betrayal against the Reds and Blues was absolutely justified, with the latter neglecting to notice the former's disappearance during the Chorus Trilogy, and not even apologizing for said-negligence, a line crossed. Said-portion was eager to see more scenes where Doc would call out the Reds and Blues on their character flaws, potentially setting up a scene where the BGC would give a genuine apology, winning the former back over to their side. A few episode later, he's rejoined the BGC, after pretty much begging them to take him back, back and with absolutely no build up to him feeling regret for betraying them, and even after he rejoins them the BGC ''still'' refusing to acknowledge their mistakes.
4th Sep '17 4:12:29 PM Wiseoung-5
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** Many felt that Temple's character arc was handled poorly, as Episodes 12 and 13 managed to set him up as a WellIntentionedExtremist antagonist who [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds has a legitimately sympathetic motive for wanting revenge on the Freelancers]] and actually [[VillainHasAPoint had a point about the UNSC needing to answer for their treatment of their own soldiers]], yet ultimately turned out to be a purely evil, unsympathetic CardCarryingVillain who practically reveled in how evil he was, before going out like a cowardly wimp. To make matters worse, his shockingly tragic backstory, which gave his motivations context. is never brought up again, nor are Carolina and Wash ever told as to why Temple hates Freelancers and why he wanted to kill them all, so we never see Carolina actually voice regret over her actions. [[spoiler: [[PlayedWith That said, he's still alive by the end of Season 15, so this could come into play in future seasons.]]]]

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** Many felt that Temple's character arc was handled poorly, as Episodes 12 and 13 managed to set him up as a WellIntentionedExtremist antagonist who [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds has a legitimately sympathetic motive for wanting revenge on the Freelancers]] and actually [[VillainHasAPoint had a point about the UNSC needing to answer for their treatment of their own soldiers]], yet ultimately turned out to be a purely evil, unsympathetic CardCarryingVillain who practically reveled in how evil he was, before going out like a cowardly wimp. To make matters worse, his shockingly tragic backstory, which gave his motivations context. is never brought up again, nor are Carolina and Wash ever told as to why Temple hates hated the Freelancers and why he wanted to kill them all, so we never see Carolina actually voice regret over her actions. [[spoiler: [[PlayedWith That said, he's still alive by the end of Season 15, so this could come into play in future seasons.]]]]
4th Sep '17 4:11:38 PM Wiseoung-5
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** Many felt that Temple's character arc was handled terribly, as Episode 13 managed to set him up as a WellIntentionedExtremist antagonist who [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds has a legitimately sympathetic motive for wanting revenge on the Freelancers]] and actually [[VillainHasAPoint had a point about the UNSC needing to answer for their treatment of their own soldiers]], yet ultimately turned out to be a purely evil, unsympathetic CardCarryingVillain who practically reveled in how evil he was, before going out like a cowardly wimp. To make matters worse, his shockingly tragic backstory, which gave his motivations context. is never brought up again, nor are Carolina and Wash ever told as to why Temple hates Freelancers and why he wanted to kill them all, so we never see Carolina actually voice regret over her actions. [[spoiler: [[PlayedWith That said, he's still alive by the end of Season 15, so this could come into play in future seasons.]]]]

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** Many felt that Temple's character arc was handled terribly, poorly, as Episode Episodes 12 and 13 managed to set him up as a WellIntentionedExtremist antagonist who [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds has a legitimately sympathetic motive for wanting revenge on the Freelancers]] and actually [[VillainHasAPoint had a point about the UNSC needing to answer for their treatment of their own soldiers]], yet ultimately turned out to be a purely evil, unsympathetic CardCarryingVillain who practically reveled in how evil he was, before going out like a cowardly wimp. To make matters worse, his shockingly tragic backstory, which gave his motivations context. is never brought up again, nor are Carolina and Wash ever told as to why Temple hates Freelancers and why he wanted to kill them all, so we never see Carolina actually voice regret over her actions. [[spoiler: [[PlayedWith That said, he's still alive by the end of Season 15, so this could come into play in future seasons.]]]]
4th Sep '17 4:10:52 PM Wiseoung-5
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** Many felt that Temple's character arc was handled terribly, as he was initially set up as a WellIntentionedExtremist antagonist who [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds has a legitimately sympathetic motive for wanting revenge on the Freelancers]] and actually [[VillainHasAPoint had a point about the UNSC needing to answer for their treatment of their own soldiers]], yet ultimately turned out to be a purely evil, unsympathetic CardCarryingVillain who practically reveled in how evil he was, before going out like a cowardly wimp. To make matters worse, his shockingly tragic backstory, which gave his motivations context. is never brought up again, nor are Carolina and Wash ever told as to why Temple hates Freelancers and why he wanted to kill them all, so we never see Carolina actually voice regret over her actions. [[spoiler: [[PlayedWith That said, he's still alive by the end of Season 15, so this could come into play in future seasons.]]]]

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** Many felt that Temple's character arc was handled terribly, as he was initially Episode 13 managed to set him up as a WellIntentionedExtremist antagonist who [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds has a legitimately sympathetic motive for wanting revenge on the Freelancers]] and actually [[VillainHasAPoint had a point about the UNSC needing to answer for their treatment of their own soldiers]], yet ultimately turned out to be a purely evil, unsympathetic CardCarryingVillain who practically reveled in how evil he was, before going out like a cowardly wimp. To make matters worse, his shockingly tragic backstory, which gave his motivations context. is never brought up again, nor are Carolina and Wash ever told as to why Temple hates Freelancers and why he wanted to kill them all, so we never see Carolina actually voice regret over her actions. [[spoiler: [[PlayedWith That said, he's still alive by the end of Season 15, so this could come into play in future seasons.]]]]
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