Volume 2 EndedUnderwhelming writing with lots of cliches, bad pacing, ham-fisted expositions, asspulls, excessive slapstick even when unnecessary, bad or mishandling of character revelations and developments, and obsession and strict adherence to rule of cool, which the action scenes are sweet, which is good, probably. But to depend on actions and badass scenes alone to carry a show is not dissimilar to Hollywood movies with sweet CGs and cool fighting scenes but has unsubstantial writing.Volume 2 Ended by LunarisFuryAileron
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In short, it's sub par compared to what I was expected.
If you have differing opinions or you're mad at my opinions and want to prove me wrong, please don't bother commenting, I don't care about what you think.
In Defense of RWBYLunarisFuryAileron posted a "I'm disappointed" journal about RWBY volume 2. Since I didn't want to start a war in his journal, I've decided to bring the war to home territory.In Defense of RWBY by geek96boolean10
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First off, I recognize that RWBY is still in its infancy. Volume 2 explored a whole new realm of detailed environments and background characters, which as an (albeit amateur) animator, I greatly appreciate. Walking animations are still kinda crappy. Story is somewhat choppy, jumpy. Action isn't at all balanced across episodes. And yes, the World of Remnant episodes proved informational but annoying.
However, I will defend RWBY with all my might. Given that RWBY is only in its second season, with new writers creating the story and being the first true show that RT has made that is completely 3D animated on their own (RvB uses machinima), you can't expect that they'll make a kickass show with no imperfections. Although some parts of the series are perhaps perceived as bad character development, I'd prefer to