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  • BlackRose99

    BlackRose99

    #33506790 - 7 months ago

    Whats up?

  • SAmaster

    SAmaster

    #33506793 - 7 months ago

    In reply to BlackRose99

    Not much I'm afraid.

  • BlackRose99

    BlackRose99

    #33506795 - 7 months ago

    Figures.......I miss out on the argument, huh?

    In reply to SAmaster

  • SAmaster

    SAmaster

    #33506804 - 7 months ago

    In reply to BlackRose99

    You can scroll past the last few pages and see what we have to say and add in your two cents.

  • BlackRose99

    BlackRose99

    #33506814 - 7 months ago

    I just got lost and confused  disappointed

    In reply to SAmaster

  • BlackRose99

    BlackRose99

    #33507793 - 7 months ago

    Umm, ok it the moment I'm confused.........

  • SAmaster

    SAmaster

    #33507796 - 7 months ago

    In reply to BlackRose99

    What about?

  • BlackRose99

    BlackRose99

    #33507804 - 7 months ago

    In reply to SAmaster

    not to dig up old bones, but is it wrong for me to suggest that the death of Pyrrah was a good thing?

  • AlbionBard

    AlbionBard FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    #33507808 - 7 months ago

    In reply to BlackRose99

    Not wrong at all, It's a valid opinion. The majority of people are perfectly fine with it as a narrative choice. 

  • BlackRose99

    BlackRose99

    #33507810 - 7 months ago

    In all honesty, I think it was a terrible thing to do. Besides Penny, Pyrrah was the fan favorite. However, that's not what I meant........

  • AlbionBard

    AlbionBard FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    #33507816 - 7 months ago

    Would you mind then, telling us what you meant rather than indulging your ellipsis fetish?

  • SAmaster

    SAmaster

    #33507823 - 7 months ago

    In reply to BlackRose99

    Well depends on what you mean by good. If you mean that you liked it, that's fine. If you mean it was purely good narratively speaking, then that's a matter of debate.

  • Malochroma

    Malochroma FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Treenerd Hugger

    #33507842 - 7 months ago

    In reply to BlackRose99


    Not at all. Me and Al -- who are both writers -- have both been staunch defenders of Pyrrha's death from a writing standpoint since Cinder first shot her.

  • FettucCR

    FettucCR

    #33507954 - 7 months ago

    In reply to BlackRose99

    To me, the ball is still in the air. RT is yet to show the full extend of her death's consequences. Even when I'm all pro-comeback, if they keep her dead, and it's for the better of the story, I'll be OK with that.

  • BlackRose99

    BlackRose99

    #33507967 - 7 months ago

    Give or take, that is

  • BlackRose99

    BlackRose99

    #33507966 - 7 months ago

    I mean, let's say Pyrrah is still alive. Jaune wouldn't be the ambitious hero he is seen now. Ruby would have gone alone to find Cinder (assuming Pyrrah didn't kill her) and the rest of the plot would be complete shit

  • FettucCR

    FettucCR

    #33507975 - 7 months ago

    In reply to BlackRose99

    But that is assuming they all knew she didn't die, which they didn't. If she is still alive, they have no reason to assume that. 

  • BlackRose99

    BlackRose99

    #33507986 - 7 months ago

    In reply to FettucCR

    Ok, now I see. *sigh* tbh, I'm not sure what the show would've been like if Pyrrah was alive. And I'm sure the rest of you wouldn't either

  • AlbionBard

    AlbionBard FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    #33507995 - 7 months ago

    In reply to BlackRose99

    As Mal said. It fits the ongoing narrative, it fit her character, and it gave some weight and payoff to the fall of beacon. An (obnoxiously) vocal minority objects to it, but as the series goes on we shall see how things unfold. 

  • BlackRose99

    BlackRose99

    #33507997 - 7 months ago

    In reply to AlbionBard

    So Pyrrah had to die? Or they choose her to die?

  • AlbionBard

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    #33507998 - 7 months ago

    In reply to BlackRose99

    I'm not sure what you're asking.

  • Malochroma

    Malochroma FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Treenerd Hugger

    #33508000 - 7 months ago

    In reply to BlackRose99


    Pyrrha Nikos dying was a planned part of the story, if that's what you mean. Of course they chose to kill her off, but it was a good choice that was chosen since the get go.

  • FettucCR

    FettucCR

    #33508008 - 7 months ago

    In reply to Malochroma

    In reply to BlackRose99

    What Mal said. Her death was planned from the very beginning. Whether or not she will remain dead, remains to be seen.

  • SAmaster

    SAmaster

    #33508017 - 7 months ago

    In reply to BlackRose99

    Best route would be to cripple Pyrrha. You can deal with the baggage of that, on top of failing to get Maidenhood, her disgraced reputation, and killing Penny.


    Then from there you can parallel to Yangs arc. The two can either share their misery, or Pyrrha accompanies rnjr in a wheel chair being returned home to Mistral. 


    It's very easy to imagine actually.

    In reply to BlackRose99

    See that I think is wrong. We really haven't seen Jaunes development as much as that was touted, or Rubys. So saying Pyrrhas death was necessary for that, I think is kind of self-defeating. Meanwhile Cinder is still a war-criminal. That's a good enough reason to track her down. Not as personal I admit, but just as mechanically acceptable.

  • AlbionBard

    AlbionBard FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    #33508024 - 7 months ago

    In reply to SAmaster

    In reply to BlackRose99


    Then from there you can parallel to Yangs arc. The two can either share their misery which takes away one of the main parts of Yang's misery, the part where she was left behind alone, or Pyrrha accompanies rnjr in a wheel chair being returned home to Mistral. why would she go on foot, with them, months after, when her, if she did live, being transported back more directly via airship would have happened as soon as she was stable travel. If Ironwood was supportive enough to send Yang a bispoke arm, He'd arrange a flight home for a crippled Pyrrha.


    No one would blame her for Penny's death  after Cinder admitted to engineering it. She wouldn't be in disgrace, she'd be a purple heart level war hero. She was used, and then took it apon herself to fight the ringleader of the attack, even if she lost valiantly in the attack.