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    • The Voices Project: The Kickstarter

      1 month ago


      TL;DR In case you didn't get the news about my Kickstarter campaign, here it is.

    • Disney's Susanoo: an Idea

      2 months ago


      So, the other day, I had an idea for a Disney Susanoo movie. So far, what I've got is in this link.

      What do you think?

    • Moving to LA in August

      2 months ago


      Well, the time has finally come. I'm going to California to continue to grow as a voice actor and...well, other stuff. I'm both excited and nervous to go, more specifically nervous about how to get there. Do I drive cross country with whatever can fit in my car or do I take a plane and have the car shipped with everything inside?

      I guess the answer will come when I get to it.

    • Scenes From The Future Of RWBY (Possibly) #15

      3 months ago


      My Purpose

      The flight to the isle of Midna was long and dreary, and with each passing minute, fear set in amongst the united armies of Remnant. What if they failed to save Ozpin? What if they failed to survive the onslaught of Grimm that were doubtless waiting for them? What if this isle of Midna didn’t even exist?

      This fear, Yang decided, simply wouldn’t do.

      Thus, she stepped forward, walking down the length of the airship that housed her and her friends and teammates, Teams RWBY, SSSN, and JNPR, until she reached the cockpit and knocked on the sealed door.

      “Who is it?” the voice of General Ironwood softly boomed through the door, bidding Yang to open it and step in.

      “Mr. Ironwood,” she said. “Permission to speak with the rest of the army.

      “For what purpose, Ms. Xiao Long?” asked the general, his eyes focused on the sea ahead.

      “The rest of my team has already given motivational speeches. I figure, might as well give one too.”

      Setting the intercom to Open Channel, James opened the door to the cabin and let Yang sidle up beside him. “Make it quick,” he said, “and do try not to break anything this time.”

      “I’ve learned my lesson, Jim. Don’t worry.”

      The good general couldn’t help but crack a smile as he watched Yang tap the monitor and blip the intercom to life.

      “Whassup, my homies?!” she hollered over the intercom. No one answered, much to her dismay. “Really? Nothing to that? Oh, well.”

      But before she could hang up, an officer answered from another ship. “Silver Delta 2, reading you loud and clear. Over.”

      Excited, Yang picked up the intercom and resumed her talk.

      “The name’s Yang Xiao Long. You know me as ‘Blondie,’ ‘Hot Stuff,’ ‘Lady Punch-a-Lot,’ ‘The Girl who Broke Mercury’s Leg,’ and ‘Yangry.’”

      A mix of groans, boos, and sighs reciprocated her poor choice of humor, but she was mostly met with pained silence.

      “Come on, folks. These are the jokes. Tough crowd,” she flatly responded before clearing her throat and straightening herself. “Now, all kidding aside, I’ve lived most of my life thinking that I had no purpose, being the illegitimate daughter of two of the best hunters ever to come out of Beacon Academy—no offense, by the way. But recent events have led me to realize that despite all assurances to the contrary, I had let myself be a prisoner of the past.”

      This time, a series of murmurs greeted her.

      “I had spent the better part of my life chasing after my mom for answers that were never there, to questions that I never even needed to ask. And after I lost most of my hair—not to mention my arm—I began to realize that my life…does have a purpose after all. Everyone’s life has a purpose, in fact.”

      In the loading bay, the sleeping Ruby jittered herself awake to the sound of Yang’s voice, her silver eyes fluttering open.

      “Some people are meant to go out and be heroes in storybooks. Some are meant to write those storybooks themselves. Me? I’m just meant to get out there, kick some butt, and put smiles on the faces of people who need help. It’s something I’ve been doing for my own team without even realizing it until I reunited with them at Mistral.”

      She tiptoed to the cockpit and peered inside.

      “And guess who needs help right now. I’ll give you a hint: he’s got white hair, wiry sunglasses, a green necktie, a black suit, and he drinks WAY too much coffee. That’s right: Professor Ozpin.”

      Yang paused to look back, spotting Ruby in the doorway, and then faced the microphone again.

      “It’s going to be crazy, it’s going to be scary, and it’s going to be dangerous—deadly, even. But me and my friends, here? We figure, screw that! When we get to Midna, we’re going to save Ozpin if it’s the last thing we do, and we’ll blast any monster dumb enough to get in our way to kingdom come!”

      She pumped her prosthetic fist…


      …and after a brief pause, was met with waves of applause over the intercom.

      “Thank you, Ms. Xiao Long,” said General Ironwood. “Now, please return to your seat.”


    • Tired and...whatsit

      3 months ago


      I don't know why. That is all.

    • "Bmblb" is a big mistake

      3 months ago


      No matter how you look at it, this one song, "Bmblb", set to come out on the RWBY Volume 4 soundtrack, is a big PR nightmare waiting to happen. If it's about Bumblebee, the ship between Blake and Yang, that's grounds for pandering to the fan dumb, and if it's not, it's grounds for queerbaiting. Frankly, I think the latter is the lesser of the two evils, because nobody who deserves to call himself or herself a creator should have to stoop to the level of the fan dumb for ratings or publicity or anything. Besides, there's no hard evidence that any of Blake and Yang's interactions could possibly be romantic and no reason for it to make sense in the context of the story, and even if there was, for any romance to work, both parties involved must have a common core desire to bond over, an overlap that Blake and Yang sorely lack.

      Blake wants people to see her as a person, not as a label, and to that end, she needs a reason to stop running away.

      Yang, on the other hand, wants a life of adventure. Always running, always fighting, always being someone else's 11th hour guardian angel. And to that end, she needs to close the book on her abandonment issues with Raven.

      Any overlap? Any common ground? I think not.

    • Most Unfairly Hated Characters?

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      Who do you think are the most unfairly hated characters in RWBY, and why?

      To start, I'd say that besides the obvious answers of Jaune, Blake, and Ruby, it's Sun and Neptune. Both of them are hated mainly because they got in the way of White Rose and Bumblebee, and what few legitimate criticisms exist...well, I can't think of any that can't be traced to time constraints and limited resources.

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  • Comments (10)

    • HollowedFigure

      1 month ago

      Could you, as a fellow web series creator, tell me what you think of my web series idea?

    • Letan FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Drink Coffee, Make Games

      2 years ago

      Hey, thanks for the add dude! smiley13.gif

    • Fly FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Keeper of Blades

      3 years ago

      hey dude... I appreciate the FR, but how did you find me?

      • Fly FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Keeper of Blades

        3 years ago

        I don't think I asked for FR's... but I'll gladly accept!

      • PaulHikari

        3 years ago

        I saw a post you made asking for FRs, so I obliged.

    • Caszie FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Fishy Queen

      3 years ago

      Thank you for the friendship!!!!! smiley0.gif


      3 years ago

      Thanks for the add! :D

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