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How is it that Neo looks good in any outfit?
Guess what melts ice cream?
Right? So many people complain about it, but aside from the boot bows it looks fantastic on her.
Will we ever get an episode focusing on Team STRQ? I kind of want to see how they all fight and interact with one another
The tiny light match that is Yang could not dream of melting Ice Cream before it burns out.
I dunno, Ice cream's great for beating the heat. And parasols are made to protect from the Sun
We need to edit Ebola chan as Rubella chan (Especially since she's already coming back to Sierra Leone literally in a hour after WHO kicked her out)
>So many people complain about it
Fucking what? This is better than her normal outfit in my opinion
It's be nice to get STRQ trailers in the off-season.
Starting with Qrow, working their way back, drawing parallels with the original trailers.
No chance in hell though, too much work.
Jen Taylor will voice Cinder's boss.
I mean id be ok with one Voice actress for Neo
masterpiece of a weapon
If she was Liquorice then they could've been CMEL, Caramel.
Then again, there's a very real possibility that Cinder didn't use a real identity either, or that she made herself them "Team's" leader.
She always remins me of Yukari, even if it's only eyes and hair, if only slightly similar. She'd look good in a tabard or some clothing with an enlightened martial artist vibe.
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So after watching the most recent episode I went to tend my laundry and found a single penny sitting on top of the dryer I picked.
(spoilr'd for safety, no idea if it's okay to normally discuss)
Anyways, why are people mourning her as though she's dead, are we assuming pyrrha's magnetism fried her internal components?
I'm not so certain that's a valid assumption because I'm pretty sure faraday cages apply to quickly varying magnetic fields (i.e. magnetism powers) and they're pretty basic technology.
With the assumption that penny's innards were shielded against magnetic influences, the 'death' in question is reduced to simple dismemberment, which is likely a very expensive but very nonlethal injury given that no analogue to blood was seen.
>Go to Orphanage
>Adopt all the girls
>Take them to a bar in a rough part of town.
>Find the one that wins the most bets and isn't afraid to back down to the guys who're demanding their money back from the kid they just lost to.
>Drop the rest back off at the orphanage
Some more Midori, even though I said I was stopping.
Emerald. She's only got her illusions going for her and I can use logic, reason and close observation to determine what is real and not. If John Nash can do it, so can I. After that, all I have to do is get close enough to disarm her with either my Tai Chi, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu or self-taught Metal Gear CQC skills before she can fire off a shot or use her guns' chain blade functions and put her in a sleeper hold. Once I've got her
bent over my kneeI'll proceed to spank heruntil she gives up her criminal ways.
Does Grimm count?
Doesn't matter, I don't like participating in fights anyways
It really depends, she'll be sidelined due to this injury and depending on how her soul works we might get a Dr. Who style rebirth where "new" Penny has all the memories but none of the emotional attachments, she might even outright reject them to establish herself as a different person. There's also the fact that she has gotten hurt, which a lot of people still feel bad about because they like her.
Finally, one I've wanted to do for a while now.
Almost reminds me of the good ol'once more second chance combo.
I really like this picture because of anon's hair.
>only got the illusions going for her
What about the insane fucking stunts she pulled against Coco. Also, she's a ranged fighter. No way she'd let you get close enough for a grab.
How long do we have to wait?
by way of psychological trauma, perhaps, but I don't think I've heard of personality shifts due to physical traumas like dismemberment and I can't think of why on earth the soul would have anything to do with loss of arms/legs/lower torso, unless we subscribe to ancient beliefs that the soul's in the heart (it is a show about fairytales after all). Or unless the mechanism that endows penny with an aura/soul is larger than a brain and thus must be encased in the chest, which isn't unreasonable for the style of the show. In case I totally misunderstood your
argument, it's worth mentioning that I know fuck all about Dr. Who.
I might just be in denial but I'm not yet totally convinced that penny's gone, I don't see how her fate was absolute death.
What is you favorite RWBY weapon? Why is it that weapon?
Tell me about your OC weapon(s). I know some of you fuckers have them.
Let me do some digging for images but I can list off some moves that I might use depending on how she might attack me at close range. For instance, if she tries to aim at my face I can use Single Whip to push her gun hand out of the way, trap her arm and bring her down to her knees. Then I would roll her onto her side and perform a Kimura from BJJ and twist her arm out of her socket, the intense pain of which would incapacitate her.
I'm going off the assumption that she will try and get close to me and slit my throat or something much like Zorin Blitz (a Nazi vampire capable of creating illusions) does to some of her victims in Hellsing. I'll have to act like I have no idea where she is so she lets her guard down before I strike.
Sterling: Literally an M4 with tacticool attachments and "speshul magazines" (along with a Beretta M9 and a knife)
>Plamya: Literally an AGS-17 auto-grenade launcher (and a shovel)
>Tommie: Literally an MP7 with a suppressor and a reflex sight (and ice axes)
>Ratel: Literally an M2 Browning heavy machine gun
No imagination needed
This is more down the alley of semblances than weapons, but I've vaguely entertained the idea of a dude/ette with two arm-mounted shields (smallish, so more like bucklers) whose semblance is like the schnee's glyphs, but can only make physical constructs rather than manipulating dust or casting spells. So for weapons the character just writes a weapon of their choosing with glyphs. If it sounds overpowered, the catch is that they train with too many weapons and are thus unskilled with any and every weapon they would write for themselves.
>Not simply carrying multiple weapons
I have a fondness of wilt and blush
the OC I'm making now has a pair of metal gantlets with razor blades where the fingernails would be, to take advantage of his semblance. if anyone's wants to suggest a name, preferably something science-y, feel free to.
I love Qrow's weapon.
Bomber Barbara and Jay Rocket, two old west style revolvers. One shoots bullets coated in fire dust and the other shoots rocker fuel, respectively. They're the weapons for the leader of team DPRO.
sorry not sorry
You remind me of the kishock gun from ME3. my buddy and I had a few good nicknames for it, including "lolgun" and "physics gun". For those of you who aren't familiar, it was a harpoon gun that had weird physics so it tended to impart very powerful impulses to it's victim's corpses at seemingly random angles. in the weirdest cases it would send them flying off at right angles to your line of sight, or simply spike them into the ground from where they stood.
Weiss is already working on her towards Unlimited Blade Works, anon.
She can't summon anything else.
My OC weapon is a long 6ft zhanmaodao that the blade can grow or shrink due to it being made from a suspended dust crystal animation (dust beam) the sword, due to it being such high power, has a glove that wirelessly powers the blade, the glove is wired to a small backpack like penny's.
You called? Not even gonna spoiler this time.
>is that to much to ask?
Not at all Anon.
It's why I mained Kishock in ME3 Multiplayer. Nothing was more fun than pinning an enemy to the wall. Might I suggest Flechettes instead of nails?
>reminds me of Spiderman but in a good way
Yeah, I was digging that.
Do you recognize the blade, though? It's from the knight in the "White" trailer. Someday she'll summon him.
>For instance, if she tries to aim at my face I can use Single Whip to push her gun hand out of the way, trap her arm and bring her down to her knees. Then I would roll her onto her side and perform a Kimura from BJJ and twist her arm out of her socket, the intense pain of which would incapacitate her.
This is not a tragedy. This was not an accident. This is what happens when you hand over your money, your lives, your children, to girls who claim to be our idols, but are, in reality, nothing more than girls. Our Production's Producers wield more power than most fleets, and one was audacious enough to control both. They cling to this power in the name of peace, and yet, what do we have here? One nation's attempt at a synthetic army, mercilessly torn apart by another's star pupil. What need would Kadokawa have for a battleship disguised as an innocent little girl? I don't think the Otaku can tell the difference. What, I ask you, is the Producer teaching his idols? First a fight with the paparazzi, now this? Idols should carry themselves with love and peace, yet I have witnessed neither. Perhaps the Producer felt as though defeating Kadokawa in the Competition would help people forget his colossal failure to market Idolm@ster when the Otaku invaded the stores. Or perhaps this was his message to the tyrannical dictator that has occupied an unsuspecting company with armed forces. Honestly, I haven't the slightest clue as to who is right and who is wrong, but I know the existence of peace is fragile, and the presidents of our companies conduct their business with iron gloves. As someone who hails from Nitro+, I can assure you the situation there is... equally undesirable. Our companies are on the brink of war, yet we, the citizens, are left in the dark. So I ask you: When the first shots shots are fired... who do you think you can trust?
Now I could really use an image of Weiss standing in the UBW Reality Marble, but it's snow and glowing blue swords.
Who's her Gilgamesh, then? I'd say Cinder, except she's already got a fighting style like Archer/EMIYA
I think I wanted to see a weapon that somehow suppresses someones uncanny semblance to aid them in combat.
So I quickly drew this.
It kinda works in conjunction with his semblance, which is the strange phenomenon of draining his aura that randomly gets expelled from his body sporadically.
His "weapon" prevents this from happening by suppressing his semblance, giving him control over it albeit it is weaker.
He can use these "aura bursts" to launch aura projectiles and add more oomph into his blows and such.
He must wear these restraints all the time or risk rapidly expending his aura around him with destructive results.
So to complement his semblance, he is a powerhouse and uses superior brute force to force his opponent into submission.
The drawing is just the gist of how it would look like.
If not OC then its Jaune's Crocea-Mors, you can really make some amazing fights with it I imagine.
Magnhild, probably. Gotta love grenade launchers, and the grav hammer was my favorite weapon back in my Halo 3 days.
And fucking, why not OC it up with Team LSER:
Lucius Russel: Laser rifle that turns into a cutlass. Lasers specifically because his semblance is to turn things he's touched into perfectly reflective mirrored surfaces, so he can bounce the beam around.
Sayen Cerenkov: Tomahawks that turn into machine-pistols.
Eira Farkas: Tanto that when sheathed can fold into a small holdout pistol
Rowan Eurig: Fuck this is gonna be awkward to explain. A backpack-based energy weapon. It's more like akimbo energy pistols that are connected to the backpack to make them overpowered or draw constant power to use them like energy blades or thrusters. And the entire thing can be taken off and folded up for an emergency one-use beam cannon.
>Perhaps the Producer felt as though defeating Kadokawa in the Competition would help people forget his colossal failure to market Idolm@ster when the Otaku invaded the stores
Seriously Namco. You've seen how well Love Live did, and iM@S isn't a far cry off.
Winter had a pretty nice setup.
I of course have a few.
-A Dirty Harry old style chest holster for a revolver. Trough some weird trait, I have with that OC, the revolver is powered by his aura. The holster is kind of grafted into him in a pseudo Adam Jenson kinda way that harnesses his aura. The holster and expand outward to be some kind of exo skeleton.
- Cross between a model 1887 shotgun and a medieval war hammer.
-Flame thrower gauntlets that work with the owner's semblance.
I never bothered to think of names for any of them.
I don't understand what sort of reaction that image is supposed to convey.
Actually, if Cinder is an allusion to Cinderella, she's really more of an upper middle class stock, not true nobility. Cindy's father is a wealthy merchant or gentleman.
And if you want to go back to probably the most original version of that tale, Rhodopis, then the girl is a slave who marries the King.
>Look at everyone else's weapons
>Wonder why some of them are so complicated
>Wonder why they engage in melee combat with melee enemies
>Look at my weapons
>High caliber rifle/pistol
>Turrets for minimal effort and maximum effectiveness
My favorite is Magnhild because if you're going to be stupid, might as well go all out Michael Bay on that shit
I really like Roman's cane, I wish he showed his combat ability off more.
Four Colt-SAA styled revolvers named Athos, Aramis, Porthos, and D'Artagnan.
Kept in three holsters on the waist, one on the right side and two on the left, one regular and one cavalry, and D'Artagnan kept in the boot.
They can turn into pistol gripped rapiers for close range combat, the bullets taking on a more concussive shotgun blast effect in that form than accurate bullets in the revolver form.
I mean, the magazine would go flying, and probably some of the powder behind the bullets would go off, but they wouldn't go far, potentially not even through the magazine, because there's no chamber containing all the expanding gas.
And she was just as bad.
Ahhh ok. Sadly, nothing really would happen. The pressure from the incoming bullet MIGHT cause enough pressure to activate a primer and discharge a round thereby causing it to explode, but it would be a very small explosion. Basically the round would "cook off". It's certainly dangerous if say it happened if you had your hand wrapped around it or if you were stepping on it when it happened (the exploding power would rupture the brass and probably take a noticeable chunk from your flesh but not much more than that).
Most modern "exploding ammunition" has basically too small of a pyrotechnic charge to be of any real danger. Short of shooting say a MK19 grenade or something, shooting a mag full of HE tipped bullets won't really do anything unless said mag was lying right up against someone's leg or being held by a person's hand. You'd have better success shooting a properly mixed tub of tannerite if you really wanted to cause a big boom by a bullet.
As you can see in the video, a little goes a metric fuckton of a long way.
>Wonder why they engage in melee combat with melee enemies
for fun? The world of Remnant runs on the Laws of Cool and Laws of Fun instead of silly things like physics and quantum [anything].
>backpack-based energy weapon. It's more like akimbo energy pistols that are connected to the backpack
Connected how? I'm pretty sure loose dust conduits would be a great target for opponents and a snagging hazard. Or does he just plug the guns in every few shots like that stupid backpack reloader from the Tomb Raider movie?
quantum physics are hardly relevent in storytelling anyways, unless sci-fi stories go into detail about very advanced computer technology.
Of course, that's making the assumption that the term 'quantum' is invoked correctly, which is the king of all crack assumptions.
Gonna be honest, I really like Neptune's weapon.
A Trident Glave that transforms into a Tesla Rifle is awesome, considering I'm a huge nerd for electricity-based weapons.
It's why my OC's weapon shoots darts filled with electric dust for paralysis
true but for some of us who might write fanfiction it's sounds nicer to say "john swung resolve at his enemy's legs." then "john swung his shovel-shotgun at his enemy's legs." plus it helps add to the character a little I find.
Magnhild is pretty sweet. I really like Crescent Rose too. Roman's cane is great for it's simplicity.
Which reminds me, anyone notice the almost trigger like stuff above the handle on Neo's umbrella? I hope we get to see what it does soon.
As for mine, I've actually come up with a few.
One is like Cross Tail from AgK, but more like a big pair of gloves then just the little things on his fingers. The gloves transform into pistols.
The next is just a plasma rifle thing that transforms into something like TR-8R's baton.
One is a pike with a hollow shaft with vents just under the blade that allow the user to channel aura through it to boost the power/speed of their swings. It also has a muzzle-loader-type thing in the bottom half of the shaft.
The last is a short staff with a ringed blade on the end and a dust revolver thing built in like Myrtenaster that I made for an OC that blows explosives bubbles as their Semblance/ranged attack.
I know, autism, blah blah blah.
Goddamnit, why did you have to remind me of that movie?
I have to dig out the DVD now...
And the guns are connected by conduits but they aren't loose. They're inside armored solid plating that are fastened to the outside of his arms and hook into the backpack up near the shoulders. Protects the conduits and lets him block weapons with his forearms.
Okay I found some images. On the left is one application of Single Whip; personally I would hook my extended arm under her armpit so I can more easily hold her in place. On the right is an example of a Kimura.
I've heard that word used in various literary discussions but never bothered to look it up until now. Now that I have I would base her decisions on overconfidence in her abilities since I am unarmed and assumes that I am a normal civie with no training whatsoever as opposed to when she faced huntsmen and huntresses in training during the tournament.
Why? Because I seem to be talking out of my ass? I assure you I've taken a college class on Yang-style Tai Chi Chuan (and got an A) and taken three months of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu classes. Granted that doesn't make me an expert but I am confident I can take down anyone who doesn't have any martial training and take down Emerald if I have the element of surprise (in that she wouldn't expect me to have martial training or see through her illusions).
Probably Milo, Pyrrha's sword/spear/rifle combination weapon. I'd personally probably not use the shield often if ever, but that's more just what I've been trained in.
As for custom weapons, pic related would be my first choice. For a different thing I also did a guandao with a shotgun in place of the rear spike.
Bringing science into RWBY would be terrible.
Half-assing it would raise more questions than answered.
For example, we would have to know hard limits for semblances, why the moon is fucked, and all that jazz.
And I'm pretty sure RT can't pull off superpowers down to a science. They'd need a fuckton of World of Remnants to explain shit as thoroughly as Worm.
Look, Emerald is a thief, she won't fight fairly. The only reason she backstabbed Coco was to finish her off. In other circumstances, she would simply shoot you right then and there before you even have time to react.
I know, I know, some very general definition on the kinds of dust and what it can and can't do are the most I would ever even want. I just tend to start foaming at the mouth when people bring up 'quantum' in fiction, as it's frequently misunderstood (on account of quantum physics being very non-intuitive and completely irrelevant to 99% of people)
Yang's gauntlets seem pretty useful.
Not so much a weapon as a training aid/power limiter, aura dampeners. A set of bands that go on the ankles, waist, and wrists that dampen the users aura and scramble his control over it. Think weighted clothes for your aura.
Not every day you see Glynda and Ren in someones top 10
Totally different anon but i'm down for that
Those are not very impressive credentials anon. Hell, I've been training for around 20 years and don't consider myself particularly accomplished. A college class in an art that most of the time isn't even taught correctly and three months of BJJ aren't going to be enough to stop a hunter.
The beauty of the Kimura in competition and combat sports is the fact that the position the person being locked is in is not conductive for punching power.
You can't really punch your way out of it and if you don't try to stop it from happening the ref will stop it.
Which is also the same reason why you shouldn't use it if the person you're trying to submit has a habit of carrying a gun in both hands.
Because you can always touch the person who is submitting you with your free hand. You just can't usually do shit all because you're unarmed.
Armed however you can shove the barrel into the guy doing it and open fire.
If you're talking about underhooking the far closed armpit she can just has to close it and fire. If you're talking about the close open armpit she can put it on your spine and fire.
Yeah I think that's the problem, we've seen how volatile dust can be (roman shooting that Fire dust crystal in episode 1), still though, I'd imagine if they want rounds to be stable enough to be fed through a magazine they would probably bring them down in power to make them safer than that.
Though so far we've also only seen Atlas troops using what appear to be laser/energy based weaponry, so it seems like conventional dust rounds are a bit more antiquated or Atlas is really on the bleeding edge of tech.
I only remember it because of J-Stars Victory VS and Toguro
All valid points, though I'd also add that in the vast majority of ground holds I've seen there's nothing but rules stopping the person getting supposedly submitted from opening wide and taking a chomp out of you, and in most of the rest you can just reach over, grab a single finger, and break it.
Lasers are also probably way more cost effective than dust, if you assume that dust costs more than lead copper and steel, that's probably a lot of money wasted if you don't need it.
I was thinking weighted clothes from DBZ/Naruto when I thought it up, but that actually works better. I made them for my donut steel, who borrows a bit from Guilty Gear for his backstory.
Please do. I've been wanting something like this.
True, wouldn't be surprised they've figured out a way to harness a particularly volatile dust crystal or type and use that to power an energy rifle. You pretty much don't have to carry a mag, and they appear to be powerful. These two goobers managed to shoot down large ursas before they got overrun.
Dust rounds might also be more volatile, but more modular. A single directed energy weapon either powered directly through dust or just having a Dust-based powerpack isn't as flexible as say, when Weiss gave Blake her multipack of Dust rounds to use for in the Gambol Shroud.
Alternatively, it's much more energy efficient. You might get hundreds of moderate-powered shots out of a single battery pack, but that's not going to always have the same punch as say, an experienced hunter knowing the right timing on a lightning, ice or fire round. Let alone Caster-types like Weiss.
And like >>79085456 said, batteries might be more cost-effective too. If all they take is plugging in to say, a power plant rather than running on Dust directly, while each round is going to need a measure of pure dust in an appropriate size to the caliber of round.
There's also that shit.
The ground holds that usually do work on a struggling opponent who isn't constrained by the rules are those that also involve beating on them with headbutts, elbows, groins hits and and biting.
I mean Karl Gotch or maybe Billy Robinson I think said that he'd hit a fucker in the groin before trying to fuck with their legs
And even then you'd probably be better off just hitting them from the top or getting up and kicking the shit out of them.
From what was described Emerald doesn't seem to actually be defending herself.
I think their energy weapons are dust powered too, but just in different ways.
I mean we saw Reese power up her hoverboard with fire dust, and that board was also energy pistols, so there's gotta be some compatibility there.
I have to agree on the "dust rounds are more versatile and powerful, energy weapons are more dust efficient"
Think of your waifu
You done? okay The both of you are now lost in RWBYg/island.
How do you fair?
Oh fine I give up.
Well some of my relatives say I am low-hanging fruit when it comes to that sort of thing.
Hmm, I guess you're right. Maybe another move I forgot what it's called but it's like the opposite of the Americana where the opponent is held with his belly pressed against the ground and his arm bent behind his back with one hand grabbing his wrist and your other arm hooked under his elbow and grabbing your own wrist to act as leverage to lift his elbow until his shoulder twists far enough in the wrong direction. Maybe if I can get her other arm trapped under her belly and use my body weight to wedge her between me and the ground I can trap her other weapon hand beneath her?
>From what was described Emerald doesn't seem to actually be defending herself.
I was assuming I would be able to move too quickly for her to react with the Single Whip and Kimura or that other move I just described being done in the span of 3 or 4 seconds.
I get yah, more expensive, more volatile, but potentially bigger bang for your buck.
Agreed, that would jive with what little we've seen how dust based weaponry works.
My favorite weapon would have to be Crescent Rose (I have a thing for scythes)
As for OCs, well...
Phoenix - Bow combined with dual gun/sword
Rachele - Mace combined with a shotgun
Suzume - Naginata that can fold into a rifle with bayonet
Marche - Twin chain-scythes combined with dual SMGs
Well, supposedly everything is somehow powered by dust or derived from that ability. I would assume this isn't always directly though, since scrolls for instance seem pretty small to have say, a dust crystal running them. If they can use Dust to generate conventional electricity with relative efficiency, they might have very good storage capacity for it.
Because if say, you need to go tap some dust into your scroll whenever the battery runs out that makes it seem like Dust is a lot more common than presented, yeah?
Probably a question which won't be answered unless somebody asks during a Livestream (or awkwardly at a panel) "how do laser guns work, plz no say just 'dust i ain't gotta explain shit'"
I'm pretty sure that if straight up magical idols are involved, the Symphogears would sweep it pretty easily. If not but close air support is allowed, Walkure. If puchis are allowed, Im@s, and if none of the preceding, probably still Im@s given Takane and Makoto.
If I cum in her first then she's mine and the others on the island can't bother her.
Finding drinkable water is the second priority, right?
Potemkin? The gist of it is that he's a convict that would have got the death penalty were he not so damn useful, so the government strapped a bomb collar to him(that they can remotely detonate if he tries to escape) and send him out on missions. Said bomb collar is so fucking huge and heavy that he has developed superhuman strength from wearing it. His super move is him removing the collar, and, no longer constrained by it, killing the opposing character with a single punch.
God I'm suddenly imagining it:
>"Don't worry guys I got this! I've been meaning to try this out for forever!"
>"Wait Jones! Don't-"
>"The fuck was that?? You just the guy with a giant stone fist!!"
>"I'm the new king of Rock and Roll!!"
>"You've been spending too much goddam time at Beacon..."
Arslan's whip because she's pretty.
OC weapons. I have the Cat O'Ten Tails. Two metallic gauntlets put on the arms. For Grimm the claws extend and for the rest they're made of metal.
Also I just realized I forgot to take my self-taught CQC into consideration for this hypothetical. I could also just disarm her of one weapon by doing that move The Boss does on Naked Snake when he's disguised as Raikov where she twists his wrist clockwise (from her perspective) and pries that Makarov pistol out of his hand on her and then move on to using the Single Whip and Kimura when she brings the other weapon to bear.
Okay I don't think it was ever mentioned that Aura worked that way but okay I guess I am well and truly fucked in that case then.
>Faunus will remain Faunus because catgirls.
Blake replacement right here.
Favorite weapon is Sun's.
OC weapons are a pistol, a large handgun that can unfold and extend into a sword, an anti-material rifle that can become a giant cattle prod/spear, and two desert eagle-like handguns that can unfold into hatchets.
Said on the RWBY wiki she's 17, but she's cute as in the same way the rwby girls are cute without saying im into underage girls.\
Wait, she's 17 years old, my bad
I always did like Junior's Rocket Launcher
Man are you sound like every overconfident teenager with a smidgen of martial arts. Don't ever try to fight anyone with a plan like that in mind, you'll just get your shit kicked in. No plan survives contact with the enemy, every fight is improvised reactions to improvised reactions.
It's not that hard if you already have martial training. I just used my knowledge of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu as a foundation since modern Military Combatives is based off of BJJ and in turn CQC is based off of Combatives
>you will never be a Casey Williams groupie
because of your age
Probably from some psychology book but I'm not sure, found it a long time ago on here
Man, /tg/ comes up with the best shit.
I know that feeling, boy fucking do I. I'm twenty and I haven't done jack fucking shit with my life.
Melodic Cudgel. It is a gentleman's weapon, and also it goes well with hats.
And as an OC:
A knight sword that can open the blade and emit dust to emit elemental energy, and also extend into a spear with the same dust emission system.
A pair of Colt 1873-styled revolvers that nom dust crystals as ammunition that can transform the handles into ax heads to double over as hatchet, and also fire off the bottom of the handle/top of hatchet as a grappling weapon.
Milo and Akuo because I could actually use them pretty easily
First one of the top of my head is a pair of sonic pistols, think microphones with pistol grips, that combine ,by lengthening and extending the grips, into a staff
Well I was thinking something like the Red Iron Winblade from Dark 2 as the melee weapon, maybe give them some transforming functionality so that they could be two weapons ala Capra Demon's Machetes
RedIron's already taken by Midori, how about the Sorcerer's Twinblade?
A simple bardiche with a large dust crystal on the hilt.
I smash the crystal in conjunction with activation my semblance Highlander, to summon the spirits of my ancestors to beat the shit out of my opponents, all while screaming gibberish in Gaelic.
what would cuddling be like?
In terms of process my OC has a Winchester rifle called "The Window Washer" that is equipped with a bayonet.
In secondary, he has two Machine revolvers called "The Window Rags", which can transform into daggers
Both of them are capable of using dust rounds.
As I said before it's a work in progress and I'm considering making a team.
Not good for her since I toss and turn a lot
Sometimes I wake up damn near off the bed, or with the covers at my feet
She's soft and warm on the surface, but press a little and you can feel the runner's muscle she has underneath. As for behavior, she tends to curl up because she's still a little shy meaning at the end of the night it went from "Big spoon/Little spoon" to "Danish with a Ruby center"
I don't use one plan. That is just one of many. I usually come up with multiple plans depending on what move they decide to pull when they initially engage me. For instance if someone tries to kick me in the groin I would turn to the side, lift my knee to deflect their kick and transition into performing either Ward Off Left or Right depending on which side I turn towards to knock them off balance and onto their ass (and then I run away). If someone tries to punch me in the gut I intercept their punch with Strum the Lute and then transition to Step Back, Roll Back and Push to twist their arm behind them before pushing them away hard enough that they lose their footing and fall on their belly (and then I run away). If someone tries to punch me in the face or gouge out my eyes I intercept with their strike with Single Whip and then grapple them to the ground. The list goes on and on. Also I have used my skills in a real life fight before and won:
with my sister over the TV remote (the first time I had ever won one of those fights with her).
>I really hope Alverez vs Pettis is good.
Eddie has a tendency to walk on to shit mate. And Pettis makes guys who don't protect their stomachs coming in pay.
But as much as I want him to win I don't want Pettis to lose either.
Why the fuck did they actually give McGregor the Dos Anjos fight?
And I just realized I fucked that up, I was thinking more of Ivan from Devil's Third, thought the bomb collar is all Potemkin. Potemkin was a slave but the bomb collar served the same purpose. So yeah, my donut steel is a combo of Ivan and Potemkin. Though the aura restrictors he had before he got thrown in prison(like I said, training tool), the prison just fitted him with stronger ones.
Like you're going to outmaneuver someone that skilled. kek
Yeah right, even though she doesn't have the same "fight training" like you.
How about you go have fisticuffs with Boris down at the docks, will ya?
>Connor can't fight at featherweight anymore because the weight cut is too dangerous without IV
>Frankie's manager made him look like a dumbass on twitter.
The Answer does not deserve this.
OH that also reminded me.
I'm also thinking about a weapon called "Deus Vult".
The weapon is an extremely large sword, and can cut through just about anything.
The downside of it depends on the physical ability of its user.
So if the user can't pick it up then it can't be used.
You swing the board and hit stuff. If you're really good, you hit stuff with the knife. Occasionally you fire the revolver to hit stuff you can't hit with the board.
Only occasionally though. Reloading is a bit of a bitch.
>the weapon is an extremely large sword
Concept also works better with a dinky butter knife for hilarity.
If you want a fuckhuge weapon, just have it be a slab of goddamn iron like the Dragonslayer.
She could punch pretty hard though. She had to be able to so she could serve or spike the ball effectively. All the other fights were with my dad, but they were hopeless from the start since he's a veteran of the Thai Navy. Even after learning BJJ I only did slightly better when defending myself when he'd lose his temper and decide to beat my ass over some insignificant slight (such as when I didn't put his tools back exactly the way I found them when I borrowed them).
>Or a Dragon Tooth
The idea of going into battle swinging and throwing a giant block of solid concrete around amuses me more than it should
And sword and empty hand is better than sword and board in some circumstances, but still always better than dual wielding. I personally prefer polearms over any of those options though.
I remember some show, or videogame or something where some guy tried to get a holy sword or something from a stone, but was not worthy enough to remove it. He was however, strong enough to pick up and swing around it and the rock it was stuck in, and decided, fuck it, this is good enough. I cannot for the life of me remember the name.
Actually that was a reference to Havel the Rock's Dragon Tooth. But that one also works well.
>"This sword here? It cuts through anything."
>"It's literally a block of iron tied to a stick."
>"No, no. That's just how my ancestors dulled it."
>"So it's dulled. It's a hammer with a really long head. Call it Longhammer or something."
>"It's the goddamn Deus Vult. Here, let me show you."
>He swings the slab of metal at a nearby tree.
>It clips through the trunk and the section of log is just gone.
A shield or buckler does that job just as well. And a bare off-hand gives you better balance, speed, and often better reach (as you don't have to keep it in position to do anything with it if you don't want to), and enables a variety of strikes, holds, and redirections if you close in enough.
I think you're having some trouble quoting, friend.
>Rube Goldberg Gun
>He thinks the dust shop guy isn't the strongest out there
>Not a shotgun that fires exploding swords
Still waiting for the Yang version
Post your most retarded headcanon.
Mercury is actually in love with Emerald. He plays it off as cheap flirting because he's ashamed/disgusted with these "weak feelings" that he has. When I said retarded, I meant it.
There is nothing absolutely wrong with that headcannon though
Jesus, that's one ugly pic OP chose
Must have reminded him of his mother.
W-we can still be friends?
Neo is Raven's daughter
(Maybe with Roman, honestly I'm not all that concerned about the dad side) The whole business on the train was here catching up on lost time to "play" with her big sis. Raven showed up to break up her two daughter fighting, Neo knew she was in trouble and ran
Also they have the same necklace I guess
Dunno, it certainly got more "colorful" from what I've seen compared to the bleak and dusty colors from the first.
I'm not a video game connoisseur so don't take my word for it.
The big bad isn't a physical being but an entity of the first Grimm and is guiding Cinder, whispering her its diabolical plans. The gist is Cinder is actually inherently good and when she said she wanted to be feared and powerful it was just some sort of a sarcastic joke she telling somebody. I just don''t want anybody to die. Penny doesn't count, every robot gets dismantled sometime later in their show.
>Also they have the same necklace I guess
So I guess coco is in the family to huh?
I still like the idea that Neo doesn't actually fight, but use her illusions to tire her opponent out and then go in for the kill once they're exhausted
>Implying MercxEm is retarded
>Implying fake tough guy Merc is retarded
It wasn't much but the real retarded headcanon I have is
Pyrrha goes through with the aura transplant thingymajig and it works. Pyrrha has the half-power that remained within Amber, however, because Cinder corrupted the maiden power she took, Amber/Pyrrha is evil and she has a lust for revenge (and wants to bang Jaune more than ever). Events happen, Jaune gits gud and a final confrontation is had between the two in the style of The Boss/Big Boss
Does this sound too much for a semblance for a donut steel I'm making. Breath of the world: as long as the user holds thier breath time is stopped when they exhale time resumes very aura intensive.
I still like that idea too. The idea of Yang just swinging at thin air while Neo occasionally just kicks her in the teeth for laughs is amusing.
I'd dig it, have Em with the hallucinations, and Neo with the more hologram-style illusions
Why already know Neo is an illusionist, just not the same as Emerald. Em makes you see things, Neo appears to create projections.
Maybe there's some correlation between subversive, evil nature and having a manipulative semblance. Manifestation of the soul and all that.
The Grimm are the actual good guys; they're the last resort weapon of an ancient, aboriginal civilization that was genocidally wiped out by the ancestors of humanity/the faunus who came to Remnant after destroying the Earth. Cinder is a hybrid descendant of that race and is working with the last members of the species to destroy humanity/reincarnate the race.