PrologueAugust Schnee was troubled. He sat in a chair in the far corner of the room, but even here he couldn’t avoid the idiots in his family trying schmoose there way into his good graces. But that wasn’t what was troubling him. It was the look that, in recent years, had been permanently set on his daughters face. It seemed to start the day he told about the marriage arrangement he had set up between Wiess and the son of a competing company. It had made Schnee dust the only name in both dust mining and advanced technology. But it seemed to have cost his daughter dearly.Prologue by indianaj2098
She never smiled. She only sat there, a near permanent frown etched upon her beautiful face, and it hurt. It hurt to see her so sad, just like it hurt to see her crying after every lecture he gave her about being perfect for their families company when she was growing up. He regretted it each night afterwards, in his bed when it was just him, his sleeping wife, and his thoughts. He didn’t mean to make her cry
RWBY Vol2 Ep1 discussion [update]RWBY Vol2 Ep1 discussion [update] by VnixxiR
Discussion probably over the weekend sometime.
Will be on Saturday evening for the Americans.
Too many issues.
It shall also be an accent-appreciation video.
:iconfrostmcloud: with tiny Krogan
:iconLtDayStar: with Tali
:iconglant5876: with Bane
:iconharukanatsuko72: with... snail?
Maybe one or two more depending.
Mega, unfortunately will likely be unable to join us in this adventure so we must search for another.
Undisclosed Desires [Part 2] Ruby found that she couldn’t look Weiss in the eye as she paid for her usual order. After spending an embarrassing amount of time watching the two replicas kissing, which resulted in a night of rolling around in bed trying to get her friend out of her mind, Ruby’s mind had filled with an annoying amount of questions. Questions that, should she speak any of them, would destroy their friendship forever.Undisclosed Desires [Part 2] by ObeseCommando
Thankfully the little café was busy and Weiss was being her usual, no-nonsense self. As soon as the white-haired girl saw Ruby at the counter, she prepared a large, black coffee with two drops of espresso. Ruby paid and was shooed away for the next person in line without saying a word. It still struck Ruby as odd that Weiss went out of her way to acquire a part-time job. The white-haired girl was destined to take over her family’s company, and she wasn’t low on money. Ruby wondered if the job was just anoth