February 14, 2016

RWBY Season 3 Ends

I'm not sure how to react to that. Astonishment will have to do for now.

This final episode did not exactly end the series on an happy and upbeat note in much the same way that sticking ones hand in boiling fry oil will not exactly result in relief from sunburn. However it did provide the audience with surprises and emotional gravity in copious amounts.

The ending of this leaves several issues unresolved and lays the groundwork for either another season (or perhaps a sequel series).


If, as seems likely, that comes to pass, then rest assured, we're going to give it a try. 

Posted by: The Brickmuppet at 08:34 PM | Comments (3) | Add Comment
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1 I think Rooster Teeth made it clear that the intentions are for at least one more series, and I suspect they actually have plans for this storyline to go on for two or more additional series.  The plot in the third series seemed a bit sloppier, but there's really only one major problem I'm having...I don't understand the four sisters/seasons thing at all.  They built it up like they were literal forces of nature in human form, but then ...and after Cinder  Which get's me to one other problem I'm having with the story:  to quote Dragonball Z Abridged's Vegeta, "Power Levels are BS."

Posted by: Ben at Sun Feb 14 21:31:43 2016 (DRaH+)


Posted by: The Brickmuppet at Sun Feb 14 21:48:39 2016 (AaBUm)

3 An arrow she actually  disintegrated in flight reforms

It looked more to me that the arrow flowed around the thrown shield, more than being destroyed in flight... an intentional, as opposed to reactionary, act.

I expect that we'll see Pyrrha again.  One doesn't throw away a character like that.

Posted by: Wonderduck at Sun Feb 14 23:32:34 2016 (KiM/Y)

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