Every V7 Schneewood Forest fic goes like this 😂 🤣
Every V7 Schneewood Forest fic goes like this 😂 🤣
hi kept forgetting to post this have a cringe wizard man
Hit em with the Uno Reverse Card
Shhhh I hid my shitty lineart on the background with a blur filter cause I despise doing backgrounds XD anyway here's Young Salem
what if we got a bumbleby song where they talked about beacon. like them talking about the amount of emotions they felt when seeing each other in the emerald forest. or talking about the dance. what if
New Chapter of Daddy’s Coming dropped. Come get your slightly evil Ruby.
Pairing: Qrow Branwen/Winter Schnee
Length: Oneshot. 2,261 words.
Summary: Qrow is hanging out with his nieces in their dorm room, when Yang suddenly suggests that they play Truth or Dare. He can't say no to his favorite girls. But, the game takes an unexpected turn, when Ruby dares him to go find and kiss Winter Schnee.
Written for QroWin Week, Day 3,
The prompt was “Truth or Dare”.
Tags: Age Difference, Tsundere Winter Schnee, Implied Past Qrow Branwen/Summer Rose, Mildly Dubious Consent, Implied/Referenced Alcohol Abuse/Alcoholism
bi trans neptune :-]
Color always bring sooo much life into my drawings! I've been busy these past few weeks (got married *blushes*) but I am back and happy to announce Color phase is almost done! - Sonya
Chapter 4 is close now!
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For the MK/DC pre-fight banter thing you were doing!
Ironwood: You're out of control, Qrow.
Qrow: I'm only drunk so I can deal with your bullshit, Jimmy.
Ironwood: I'm going to personally escort you to the drunk tank.
Coco: That hair color is atrociuos, did a blind person dye it?
Neo, on her scroll: At least I don't have to hide it under a tacky beret.
Coco: Oh I'm about to beat you into an ice cream box.
Ruby: Now that's a... What type of sword is that actually?
Yatsuhashi: A Zanbatou.
Ruby: Now that's a Zanbatou!
Roman: You know, general Irondick, I'm honored you'd come all this way for me.
Ironwood: You'll pay for your crimes against humanity, Torchwick.
Roman: Sure. Debit, credit, Dust, or cash? I'll just steal it back anyways, actually.
Velvet: Can't we just talk this out? Perhaps we can help you?
Ilia: I don't want help or pity from someone pining after a bloody human.
Velvet: OK, now I'm just going to knock you out and worry about you later.
Yang: You know, I didn't think there was a comfortable way to punch with blades.
Fox: And I didn't consider adding guns to my gauntlets.
Yang: Wanna compare notes?
Junior: You owe a tab a mile long, Qrow.
Qrow: Just wire it to Ironwood's tab.
Junior: I'm going to get it from you one way or another, you drunken corvid.
Coco: love the heels, always a fan of incorporating weapon into your looks.
Miltia: You slam people with that purse? What, is it filled with bricks?
Coco, unfolding Gianduja: No, just high-caliber Dust ammo.
@alansparkshark Nice! Some of them are a little wordy, but Coco shitting on people's fashion sense should definitely get some time down the line. Velvet and Ilia too, their interaction is my favorite in this one.
I'm going to start this off with saying I still really like this episode a lot. I think it gives just enough lore and introduction to some of the main cast to get a new viewer interested, as I found that feeling come back up immediately rewatching it. I found myself, even though I know these characters and setting quite well by now, almost wanting to watch another episode after it was over (I'm limiting myself to one a day so I can have time to fully take things in).
I completely forgot that before we see Salem or even know who she is, we do hear her voice, as a bit of a narrator figure. Except instead of being a neutral voice telling us what's going on, she instead gives a warning after explaining how Dust helped mankind fight the Grimm and build civilization that "darkness will return". Knowing she's the one who wants to bring about that darkness makes that opening narration very interesting, especially when we then hear Ozpin's voice give a reply to that warning. "Victory may lie in simpler things that require a smaller, more honest soul." It's a huge tease to the real conflict of the show.
(This is going to get kind of long so I'm going to add a Read More now. This may become more commonplace as we go on.)
Seeing Roman Torchwick again is nostalgic; he's made out to be somewhat of a big deal in this first episode (which to me is kinda funny tbh), from him robbing that dust shop with those hired hands that were "worth every penny" as he puts it, sarcastically, to us seeing his smirking mugshot on the airship headed to Beacon. But even though we don't see her face, we know who's really calling the shots here (well, anyone rewatching it does). It's kind of interesting how Cinder's obscured from view at first, we see everything but her face. We don't even get to hear her speak yet. (And I know she's just the sub boss to Salem's final boss, but we'll get there eventually.)
But she does bail Torchy out of big trouble when Ruby chases after him after kicking the hired gun's butts. And Ruby in turn is saved by Glynda Goodwitch, who is another character I miss in more current seasons. I don't recall if we see her fight again besides using her telekinesis to fix stuff around the school but she shows quite a bit of power in this fight. I really like the effects used in these earlier fights and while I do miss them in more recent seasons I feel like they're something Monty specialized in and seeing them is in a way, seeing him. (Happy Birthday, Monty.)
And then she scolds Ruby after they get away. As any logical adult probably would scold a 15 year old girl for picking a fight with criminals, with "one of the most dangerous weapons" to boot. I did enjoy watching Ruby lay waste to the hired goons like they were nothing, though, you get a very quick glance that despite her appearances, Ruby's much more than your average "adorable little girl".
But instead of sending her home ("with a pat on the back...and a slap on the wrist!"), Glynda instead steps aside, because Ozpin decides he wants to meet with Ruby. The first meeting of Ruby and Ozpin is a very interesting one. Him pointing out her silver eyes, how they talk about her weapon and how Qrow is name dropped (which I completely forgot they say his name this early on!) as the one who taught her how to use a scythe in the first place. She states her desire to want to become a huntress and how she'd like to go to Beacon Academy in two years.
But then Ozpin decides to send her to Beacon now instead. Two years ahead of time, along with big sister Yang who is just super excited about the whole ordeal. And I love that about them; you can see right away how much the two sisters care for each other, even if Yang at this stage can be a bit smothering of Ruby (though given that she had to be her mom basically, it checks out). Also first appearance of Jaune! Aka, Vomit Boy, as we know him as for now. Nothing says introduction of a secondary character than motion sickness. (I tease Jaune because I actually do rather like him as a character.)
The episode closes out with the sisters being grossed out by puke on Yang's shoes and then, we see the opening for the first time! Good opening still, I think, giving you a tease of characters that will be major players in this part of the series (like Mercury and Emerald, who we don't even actually see, we just see silhouettes of them alongside Cinder's slightly more defined silhouette). And "This Will Be The Day" will always be a great opening song, it's still one of my favorites to this day, fight me.
Anyway that's it for now. All in all this was a pretty good opening episode to rewatch, I love how I found things even more interesting in reviewing things this early on, how some things are under the surface. I personally don't mind the lower budget animation because for something like that, I still think most of it holds up pretty well (the mouth movements are a little funny sometimes and seeing the silhouette people again is pretty amusing, plus seeing these more simple environments I find are actually pretty endearing). Anyway, looking forward to watching the next episode maybe tomorrow.
Honestly though one of my favorite unexpected character dynamics of V8 was Marrow & Winter’s.
Because like, on the one hand, they’re in very similar positions, with similar internal dilemmas, but at the same time they’re WILDLY different in how they interact with it and what their investment in Atlas™ is, because of their wildly different social positions within it, and it’s all just very juicy character stuff with how they parallel and contradict and butt heads because of it, but then they’re also just—
✨It's about da symbolism✨
the suffering Weiss bees trope is made 10x better when it's because Weiss is pining for Blake
hello rwby and bleach enjoyers this has been on my mind for weeks...