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The silver eyes thing at the end of Volume 3 was such an ass pull.
theheckle said:
The silver eyes thing at the end of Volume 3 was such an ass pull.
Agreed the problem with doing something like that is it has to go somewhere and it hasn't, it's just kinda there and the fandom has done so much better with it then them
shinylamp said:
Agreed the problem with doing something like that is it has to go somewhere and it hasn't, it's just kinda there and the fandom has done so much better with it then them
Well Monty dying has a bit of a reason tbey haven't elaborated.
theheckle said:
The silver eyes thing at the end of Volume 3 was such an ass pull.
Eh, I can think of worse ass pulls, especially ones not from RWBY.
shinylamp said:
Agreed the problem with doing something like that is it has to go somewhere and it hasn't, it's just kinda there and the fandom has done so much better with it then them
The series isn't even close to over. Why does it have to go somewhere fast enough for your personal enjoyment?
what do you guys think is the worst asspull ever
brodart12367 said:
The series isn't even close to over. Why does it have to go somewhere fast enough for your personal enjoyment?
I just feel like it's not even shown I mean ozpin is a reencarnating wizard it's not that hard to talk about
theheckle said:
The silver eyes thing at the end of Volume 3 was such an ass pull.
I'm sorry. But that's not true at all. It was foreshadowed in the very first episode. That type of writing is something I highly approve of as well as symbolism.

When I say all this, I do not mean to be disrespectful. I just find it unfortunate that people call something "Deus Ex Machina's" or some other derogatory term of a similar nature when more than half the time, they're actually not such a thing. One reason being is that they were referenced earlier on and played a more important role in the story at some point.

I find foreshadowing and symbolism to be two of the best types of writing form. If you disagree? That's fine. But please be civil when stating your disagreement as I have tried to be in my comment here.
I totally misread that as atlesbian at first
VanillaHypnotist said:
I'm sorry. But that's not true at all. It was foreshadowed in the very first episode. That type of writing is something I highly approve of as well as symbolism.

When I say all this, I do not mean to be disrespectful. I just find it unfortunate that people call something "Deus Ex Machina's" or some other derogatory term of a similar nature when more than half the time, they're actually not such a thing. One reason being is that they were referenced earlier on and played a more important role in the story at some point.

I find foreshadowing and symbolism to be two of the best types of writing form. If you disagree? That's fine. But please be civil when stating your disagreement as I have tried to be in my comment here.
It was sort of foreshadowed in the first episode, but if I'm remembering correctly, it was just Ozpin saying to Ruby, "You have silver eyes." Considering how weird Ozpin acted in the first few episodes (remember that speech he made to the first years right before sending them to get chess pieces in the forest?), that could've meant anything.
Honestly, I think it would've been better foreshadowed if they had a part in an episode where they were talking about heroes and heroines of Remnant, and mentioned that one was able to defeat untold legions of Grimm, and we see that said hero/heroine had silver eyes. Or something like that. You know, make it clear that there's a point to the silver eyes line and that it's not just some random thing.
theheckle said:
It was sort of foreshadowed in the first episode, but if I'm remembering correctly, it was just Ozpin saying to Ruby, "You have silver eyes." Considering how weird Ozpin acted in the first few episodes (remember that speech he made to the first years right before sending them to get chess pieces in the forest?), that could've meant anything.
Honestly, I think it would've been better foreshadowed if they had a part in an episode where they were talking about heroes and heroines of Remnant, and mentioned that one was able to defeat untold legions of Grimm, and we see that said hero/heroine had silver eyes. Or something like that. You know, make it clear that there's a point to the silver eyes line and that it's not just some random thing.
First? Thank you for being respectful as I politely asked you to. It's nice to see decency on the internet for a change when most people just respond with disrespectful spite. I appreciate it. :)

Second, not all foreshadowing has the same depth and length of explanation. Some is short and simple. And yes, that was the exact line. You are correct. :)

However? The facial expression and his tone of voice need to be taken into consideration. He seemed intrigued that Ruby had silver eyes. Perhaps it was just an unusual color but going back to the symbolism and foreshadowing, the starting line of the show was a legend of how the world of Remnant began. The woman's voice is the same voice as Salem, the show's main antagonist.

The last couple of lines were Ozpin's voice. "But perhaps victory is in the simpler things that you've long forgotten? Things that require a smaller, more honest soul." Right as he finishes the last 4 words, the camera came down on Ruby. That shows Ruby was a special type of person from the first moment she appears on screen. For Ozpin's voice to say that and mention her silver eyes? I believe that was a sign Ruby was going to have a big role in the story.

They've mentioned things about the Silver Eyed warriors throughout the story. Not directly until the Season 3 finale and the Season 4 premiere but that was because we needed to learn more about the characters, world and lore of it before then. I appreciate the writers of RWBY taking time for us to learn about a world they're creating.