No, it's someone, I've chatted with them before.
#33544042 - 1 year ago
#33544181 - 11 months ago
That's Oscar/Ruby right because you do realize he's fused with ozpin
Oh, but shipping girls who have only shown to be straight or characters already in a relationship, or characters who have never spoken to/met each other is any less weird/strange?
I really don't think Oscar having Ozpin as basically a ghost in his head, means the ship has any less chance of happening. In fact, it only enhances the chance of it happening because they both have something they didn't ask for. Also there's been characters in weirder situations/has had weirder issues, then that in which still get together. So seriously, saying he has Ozpin in him as a reason one thinks it won't happen, make very little sense in my eyes.
Still waiting till next volume to see them interact before I decide on shipping them or not, but I do believe it could be a very cute ship, that could have some great deep moments along the way.
#33544183 - 11 months ago
Tucker x Ruby, Tucker has come along way as a character, and is actually a very good strategist once he doesn't let his worries get to him to much, and I think they could bond over Ruby helping him bring that side out of him more. And I'm sure a good threat from Yang would stop him from making any lewd comments or pick up lines, lol, so things wouldn't get weird, or well...to weird.
RexFrost The King of Cool
#33544192 - 11 months ago
If Blake & Yang do see each other in either Volume 5 or 6, their conversation should start out looking like this:
Yang wants to be mad. She should be mad. Instead, she's sad & probably just needs a hug. Oh, the Feels!
#33544194 - 11 months ago
No...it really shouldn't, and most likely won't, as you said she should be mad, but she also will be mad, likely sad on the inside but not showing it. Wouldn't fit if she wasn't, she surely felt betrayed and abandoned, after having told her about her mothe. It was probably only like 2-3 months afterwords too, so Blake leaving her at a time she was already distraught, and after she gave up an arm trying to protect her, it only makes sense that her anger would definitely out way any sadness.
#33544198 - 11 months ago
#33544202 - 11 months ago
She'll most likely do that, or try to do her best to ignore the issue or Blake all together as to not lash out, though the latter I mainly see happening if their all in serious situation.
All your doing is making mah sad that Penny is gone, with cute pics like dat! ;-;
#33544204 - 11 months ago
I don't think theres a too far for Blake at this moment.
No, I still want her to be mad. I mean, Blake really doesn't deserve to be forgiven at this juncture. That's letting her off way to easy. She needs to work before she can be forgiven.
I'd feel weird shipping the teenage girls of RWBY with the reds and blues considering they must be in their late thirties.
Yes. Sexuality isn't as confirmed as you think it is, both Yang and Blake could easily be bi. Plus non-heterosexual communities are kind of forced to switch characters sexualities around as few characters are rarely confirmed gay, lesbian, or bi.
Two characters having not met yet, yes that's a bit absurd.
RexFrost The King of Cool
#33544210 - 11 months ago
I kinda have to agree with you, SAmmy. If Blake wants Yang's (& her friends) trust back, she'll have to work for it. I can see her pushing herself really hard to earn back the friendship of those she left behind, to the point where she might hurt herself helping them. Hopefully by this time, Yang will finally realize how much Blake truly cares about her friends & will try to reconcile with her partner before she seriously hurts herself badly. It seems harsh, I know, but I can picture it happening.
#33544214 - 11 months ago
I'd only really ship any of the RvBxRWBY crossover ships if the RvB characters were made younger.
I know that, tired of having to reply to basically this same kind of comment, but I don't consider characters being bi or even really possibly being bi unless they at least hint at it which they haven't for either. As any character that hasn't outright cofirmed that their gay/lez or straight can be thought of as possibly bi, despite only ever showing their into girls\guys. Even when the series is over, and their with a certain character, that goes in line with the sexuality they've shown, people still do that, and I just find that plain weird and dumb.
Also, that just means that those kind of fans need to make the characters OOC just to work. Which I usually find to mean that the ship ain't good when people have to make them such, though that's usually just if its making one or both be majorly OOC. And yes, changing one's sexuality is considered OOC, as it does make them out of character to be attracted to a gender that they have never shown to be into. And with us being 4 volumes in, it's safe to say their straight, they could grow to change their sexuality but so far, at this point we can say that their both merely straight.
Glad we can agree on the 'characters never met yet are shipped' part though.
#33544231 - 11 months ago
I disagree, I think it depends on the character. Jaune for instance, yeah I don't see him being attracted to men, he's very open about himself, and I think it would have come up at this point. Yang meanwhile I can easily see being bi, just not having shown she's attracted to girls. Ruby could be anything at this point.
And there are rare instances where shipping two characters who haven't met can make sense. For instance, Sunset Shimmer and Starlight Glimmer go through the exact same arc, and both along with Trixie and Moondancer are reflective archetypes for Twilight, so naturally a lot of ships pair them all off together.
I just don't want it to be instant. And when Blake does make it up, I don't want everything to be back as it was, I want it to be reset to zero.
#33544237 - 11 months ago
And there's the thing right there, I find it really weird to be honest to think Yang out of them all could be bi, just because she's a rather loose cannon and somewhat flirtatious type. But that really doesn't at all mean that she could be bi, this is stereotyping characters just based off of their personality, which i find wrong. Though I honestly used to do the same, but my mindset has been changing towards certain stuff, like for this. And for Ruby we kinda got a hint in volume one that she's at least straight, not exactly a strong enough one to confirm she's attracted to boys though, so I can agree that her sexuality could be anything at this moment, we just need some evidence for whatever it is to show in the next volumes.
I can to some level agree with this kind of mentality for shippers, but just because characters have gone through similar characters I don't really think makes them a good ship, but being seen as best friend I definitely can. Which is why when I see a fanfic with Sunset and Starlight in it, inwhich their development has already happened, I always expect them to be very good friends, if they are not being paired together that is.
#33544239 - 11 months ago
I'm not stereotyping. Granted I largely say it just because it 'feels' right. But logically speaking it's mostly due to how she expresses herself. Jaune is desperate for love, if he had equal desire for men and women he would have expressed it (assuming the lack of cultural pressure, and hey why not, RWBY is it's own world). Yang is not, she's just appreciating what there is to look at. The thing that would tell me she's straight is an instance where they walk by a bikini contest, and she doesn't make a remark.
revanninja One who is judged by the
#33544241 - 11 months ago
Except has she made ANY remark towards women?
As far as I know its no.
She has towards men such as in vol 1.
Same goes for Blake we see her blush and be interested in Sun yet not once an indication she finds women attractive.
So logically the answer is no they arent Bi because there is no evidence for it.
If someone wants to ship that is fine but acting like they are Bi when there is nothing to show for it is...yeah.
#33544243 - 11 months ago
Yang strikes me as the most likely to be Bi out of team RWBY She flirts a lot with both genders but that could just mean she's very secure in her sexuality. We really need to see more from the characters in order to tell their sexuality. I dont have a problem with people shipping 90% of the time but a few things can make me squirm. Mostly abusive relationships (tauradonna) or inappropriate age gaps (not so much wintercrow as Ozbin Ruby).
#33544244 - 11 months ago
A point I'd concede IF there was an oppurtunity to show Yangs interest in the show, but there hasn't.
Following that scene in V1, we have their initiation, her in school, meeting Penny, and then the finale fight with Torchwick.
V2, more school, her interrogating Junior, the mech fight, then gearing up for Mountain Glenn, and then Breach.
V3 is pretty much just tourney fights until the fall of Beacon. We haven't even seen her flirt with any other guys since that one scene in V1.
#33544247 - 11 months ago
Also people need to understand how Gender ratios skew ships. RWBY has a generally even gender ratio, but a lot of it is unevenly distributed between the main characters, younger characters, older characters, and villains. Most of our heroes and more interesting characters are female, resulting in more lesbian ships than there otherwise should be.