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uh, I didn't know... though them at least originated from a spin-off of a series that started as a manga serialized on Jump, RWBY started as a web-animated series in America
Oh well, nevermind... the art style looks nice even if a flat (literally: the picture looks flat, like, with no depth. It's like a cathedral's window) and the image is nicely built, though very standard
Just saw on Twitter that Rooster Teeth is doing a collaboration with DC Comics for RWBY and gen:lock.
...well at least it's a comic book collaboration so it has a chance of being good. It depends on who they get involved.
Cinder didn't do too badly against Raven. She didn't factor Vernal into the equation and that allowed Raven to get in the strike she needed to finish the fight. It's pretty clear from the way Raven thanks Vernal afterwards that Raven genuinely needed some kind of distraction to get enough of an upper hand to defeat Cinder.
Cinder is only at a disadvantage against Ruby if Ruby activates her silver eyes. Right now, we've only seen the power trigger during moments where extreme distress has caused an uncontrolled burst of emotion.
Until Ruby learns to control her power and learn how to activate it at will, it's not going to be a very useful thing for her to rely on.
I don't see Ruby matching Cinder in battle, and there's no guarantee her silver eyes would activate in time to save her.
Assuming Ozpin knows. Also assuming that Ozpin knew that Ruby activated her eyes at Beacon.
Now, I do assume that Qrow told him about that, so I would expect him to know.
More importantly, let's say Ozpin does know how to control the silver eyes. What would happen if it turns out the trigger for activation (and therefore the path to control) is unique for each individual silver-eyed warrior? What if it's linked to an emotion that specific to that warrior's life, personality and emotions?
The instructions would be different for every single silver-eyed warrior that had ever existed. It would require exploration of that individual to help them master the power.
It may even be that no-one can really help a silver-eyed warrior, they have to do it for themselves because it's about self-discovery and confronting things about the self that one might normally not wish to acknowledge the existence of.
If so, then there would be no point in exploring the silver-eyes in the single month they had to prepare for Haven. It would just be a distraction instead.
Also, it could be that Ozpin is waiting for a sign from Ruby that she's ready to discuss it. It wouldn't be out-of-character; we did see signs in the first two volumes that Ozpin had a preference for letting the kids be kids for as long as possible, and that he only started involving them when left with few other alternatives. It's easy to see why that might be a sore spot for him, too — he steals someone's childhood every time he takes a new host.
I think what is important is Cinder's reaction to the news: she freely admitted she had no idea if Ozpin's presence was a problem. However, it immediately focussed her attention back on the Relic. She pointed out they had the upper hand and they needed to act on it immediately.
So, yes, Hazel gunning for Ozpin was part of the advantage Cinder would have been referring to, but the point is that the mere knowledge of Ozpin's presence was enough to snap Cinder back to the job at hand.
Edited by Wyldchyld on Oct 7th 2018 at 12:20:33 PM
Ruby: My robot friend is dead! Batman: Where's the trigger!?
I think Batman would be more suited to taking down the King of Edge Adam while Blake becomes Catwoman's sidekick.
Like adaptations or something else? These could turn out pretty good since DC has some talented writers.
Do they have any writers attached yet?
Edited by Karxrida on Oct 7th 2018 at 6:09:59 AM
RWBY V6 has 14 episodes, taking one break between Christmas and New Year 
RWBY NYCC 2018 Panel had a preview for V6 
RWBY NYCC Interview 
Rooster Teeth partner with DC Comics to bring RWBY and gen:LOCK comics, starting next year 
First RWBY manga,now RWBY Comic Books, what's next? Newspaper comics?
Are any of these adaptations gonna be good though?
The mangas with the short stories focusing on each member of Team RWBY aren't bad so far. I just kind of wish these were allowed to dabble a bit in stuff post Vol. 3.
this might be a leak about V6 poster shadowy figure 
 look at the tags
So it turns out that that person who is totally Cinder is, in fact, totally Cinder. Color me shocked; this might be the biggest media leak all year!.
Edited by TobiasDrake on Oct 7th 2018 at 9:43:43 AM
quick act surprised, we woudn't want to spoil Cinder's birthday part— I mean reveal
In seriousness, I'm sure they're keeping her in shadow because there's some reveal to come about her physical appearance. She may be even more Grimm than when we last saw her.
But I reserve the right to die laughing if it turns out that they were just keeping her in shadow because they thought we actually bought Cinder's Disney Death.
This is about to get interesting.
I'm more curious about that Nosferatu looking mother fucker in the upper right.
Random bullshit theory, what if the Grimm in the corner is what Cinder eventually transforms into?
PULL MY DEVIL GRIMM TRIGGER.
(I so want someone to make a RWBY version of this)
She would look more like a dude?
I don't think that it's Cinder if is was it should look more like her like one side is more mess up.
We can't see from the shadow the character's other side.
Looks like we'll have to find out when the full episode is released.
and so on
Well, RWBY is a faux-anime and they do love idiot heroes in their stereotypes.
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