Before I fully tell my Review, i\'ll say that I will be centering on the writing only. The Writing in RWBY started alright. Most stories begin with the character introduction and the world building but RWBY suffers almost a lack of such things. World Building only appeared at the start and at the end of Volume 1. Character introduction was alright but god did the writing just turn bad. Sometimes the characters can be just plain idiots. Also, the way on how the teams were to be formed was stupid. Volume 1 had a nice start but was filled with a lot of filler, especially the Arc centering on Jaune. Volume 2 was disappointing, Volume 1 was better. More filler, Teen melodrama that no one gives a shit, awesome fight scenes except for when RWBY when against the mech. The way that was handled was ridiculous along with the strategy that they did in order to defeat the mech. Sending teenagers to a very important and dangerous mission again shows how much plot destroys logic in this. Another thing that happened in Volume 2 at the end was a large amount of forced coincidence that happened in order to move the plot. Volume 3 was supposed to be good. It was centered as a Tournament Arc and because of it, the writers can easily put fight scenes because it is organized. But even something that RWBY excelled at failed when it was its time to shine. A lot of wasted motions, bad choreography and were they trying to retcon the series or what. Volume 3 pretty much just continued the downward spiral of the series with just how things were handled. And Finally Volume 4 or Volume 1 to be exact considering the fact that things are finally moving. And what happens in Volume 4 just continues to fuck everything up. Date and Time in RWBY is very confusing considering the fact that the \"writers\" have established no form of timeline. Also Volume 4 is when Jaune became the main character. Really? God damn, Writer\'s Pet much. Another thing that Volume 4 continued to fuck up is the way on how Aura is written in the show. Its not used like a tool to tell a story but they only use in order to remind the audience the fact that these people can get hurt. There is no overall consequence in this world. Sure Pyrrha and Amber died but in a world like this, it should show just how terrible the world is. Just look at Attack on Titan, Tokyo Ghoul or even other with monsters. It shows what if feels like to be the people who go against this monsters and just how terrible it can be. Watching RWBY and then hearing the comments of Miles and Kerry is terrible. They are pretty much contradicting on what they say and do. I don\'t even know why Monty chose them to be writers for the show. Also when Monty said that they won\'t do the dumbshit that anime does, that\'s another contradiction that happens. It just feels like when it was being created, the writers thought that they write an anime instead of write a story.
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