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Okay, just looked through the posts here about the survey I asked you guys to participate in a while ago. A lot of you want Yang to get a new arm, but after some further development. I think only 2 of you guys wanted Yang to be one-armed for the remainder of the show. On another thread, someone posted a gif of Neo from the Matrix doing some crazy one-armed Tai Chi against Agent Smith, saying they want to see that kind of action from Yang.
Personally, I think that's not so likely- her thing's strength, not speed. If you put a sprinter up against a bodybuilder who never skips leg day, the sprinter's still going to win, even if the bodybuilder has more leg power. In reply to ImmaThinkin. In a race, definitely, it's the sprinter's forte. Though if they duked neo rwby fight against robots out, and the sprinter got thrown off his game, he will make mistakes and thus the bodybuilder has a better chance of winning.
Yang had this work against her with Neo, but I'm neo rwby fight against robots Yang will have a cooler head next time they meet, whereas Neo will still be fuming over what happened to Roman. She'll get clumsy, leave herself an opening, which Yang can capitalize on to land a crushing blow. Neo maybe faster, but how many crushing hits can she take? Probably less than Weiss, and one good hit will make the difference.
Anyway, back on topic, I don't see Yang doing any one-armed Tai Chi either, especially neo rwby fight against robots against the Grimm. I think some people want Yang want people to be a one-armed fighter because it would look cool, that Rule of Cool I keep hearing about.
Though somehow I'd say the writers have something more practical in mind, which won't be cool to watch but it'll be more believable in the long run. In reply to ZanyGamer It might look cool, but for me, it's a matter of pride. Yang lost not only her arm, she lost basically everything. Looking cool definitely won't be on Yang's mind.
Getting a new arm to complement her fighting style will help her accomplish all of this. In reply to AsariVanguard. In reply to Yitsul. I know I keep coming back to my own design, but what about one that doesn't have a built in weapon and makes up for that shortcoming with raw strength and durability?
In reply to manspartan I definitely don't want a built-in weapon, more a design and aesthetic opinion than anything else. Because I immediately imagine something like this:. I know it would be ridiculous, but I can't get it out of my head, and I don't want Yang with something as vulgar as this. Well, all Yang would neo rwby fight against robots to do is return to the cafeteria and pick it up off of the remains of the hand.
It's been, what, months post-dual time skip? The smell shouldn't be too bad by now. Hence the blood stain on the gauntlet Yang's holding in her hand in the picture I posted here a couple pages back page 16, to be exact.
It's not about 'all she has to do', becuase that gauntlet was destroyed at the neo rwby fight against robots time as yang's arm was. Even if it hadn't been destroyed, there's no point in just making a robotic arm in the RWBY verse if your weapon folds out to begin with.
It just makes neo rwby fight against robots sense for her new arm to have a built-in gauntlet. That said, I would like her new arm to have a neo rwby fight against robots more foldout-able weapons built into it. Or at the very least the fingers can transform into claws. In reply to seedFan Technically, the arm wasn't destroyed. It came off, yes, but it's still there. Also, why would it be impractical for someone to sacrifice the fanciness and complexity of a transforming arm for one that stays in a single form, but has drastically better durability and strength?
I did a drawing of Yang with Ed's Automail quite a while ago. Since that one couldn't be colored properly, I've made a Version 2. What do you guys think? This is my first digital drawing. I'm sure it shows, but I'm happy with the result. I'm kind of getting the hang of it. In reply to FettucCR. Digital drawing has its own advantages and disadvantages, I was just helping my mom draw a bearded collie on her tablet and it's kind of tough.
The edge of the chin could be a little further out, and the eyes could be shifted a little to the right. All in all, pretty awesome for a newcomer to digital drawing. I'm going to try to correct those details in the future. Like they say, practice makes perfection. Exactly, and it would need enhanced durability to withstand her punches, the type that can shatter Paladins. I mean Ironwood and Mercury don't have transforming prosthetics, those might not even exist on Remnant.
So the best Neo rwby fight against robots can hope for is a robotic arm that can withstand her immense strength, which would suit her just fine. Making it too complex wouldn't be her style. And I'm sure neo rwby fight against robots want to learn how to maintain it herself, in case she needs to work on it while out in the field. That's why I like the synthetic muscle idea.
It's neo rwby fight against robots, high strength, high simplicity, high reliability and low weight, meaning that heavier and stronger materials can be used to make the more rigid part of the structure. The power of yang's punches is increased through the use neo rwby fight against robots her semblance, and if she makes neo rwby fight against robots herself, there would be no need to learn how to maintain it in the field, she'd already know.
The weapons on Remnant are full of folding-tech, including Ember Celica. On top of that, it was stated by Ruby early on that all students at Signal Academy build their own weapons.
As to it being against her style in complexity, there's been no evidence to the contrary either. The detached parts of Yang's arm disintegrated after it was severed, just like Pyrra did when she died.
The reason that the scene was silhouetted is the same reason that Kill Bill was done in black and white, to hide the blood and make it more viewer-friendly. When I said impractical, I meant that it is just straight up easier to have one arm that transforms into a weapon instead of needing to carry around two. Besides, doing that keeps in line with the asymmetrical beauty that Neo rwby fight against robots personifies. Again, that's only if synthetic muscle technology is available within the RWBY universe, which, given the show's increasing focus on dust, is highly unlikely.
She can still have an asymmetrical design without having an asymmetrical shape. Remember her outfits and on only one leg she had a purple band. If you are addressing me, I neo rwby fight against robots forget. It's that her getting a weaponised robotic hand would not only meet the 'rule of cool' that some people on this board are talking about, at the same time keeping withinher aesthetics. On top of that, it stops her from having to carry around two gauntlets with her. On a side note, it would also differentiate her robotic replacement from the others seen in the series.
Her gauntlets were a fashion piece of hers. Having only one gauntlet ruins what symmetry she does have. Robotic or Reattachment Neo rwby fight against robots ImmaThinkin - 1 year ago Okay, neo rwby fight against robots looked through the posts here about the survey I asked you guys to participate in a while ago. Yitsul - 1 year ago I'd imagine with a robot arm, a new gauntlet will be built in it.
ImmaThinkin - 1 year ago In reply to Yitsul I know I keep coming back to my own design, but what about one that doesn't have a built in weapon and makes up for that shortcoming with raw strength and durability? FettucCR - 1 year ago In reply to manspartan55 In reply to ImmaThinkin I definitely don't want a built-in weapon, more a design and aesthetic opinion than anything else. Because I immediately imagine something like this: Yitsul - 1 year ago It's because of the right gauntlet being missing and possibly destroyed I brought it up.
ImmaThinkin - 1 year ago In reply to Yitsul Well, all Yang would have to do is return to the cafeteria and pick neo rwby fight against robots up off of the remains of the hand. ImmaThinkin - 1 year ago In reply to seedFan85 Technically, the arm wasn't destroyed. In reply to ImmaThinkin The detached parts of Yang's arm disintegrated after it was severed, just like Pyrra did when she died.
Yitsul - 1 year ago you're forgetting Yang lost her dominant hand. ImmaThinkin - 1 year ago In reply to seedFan85 Her gauntlets were a fashion piece of hers.