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u/Akitoscorpio · 1 pointr/RWBY


Alright, everybody, we got another FF Friday post to enjoy so let's get down to business.

Yes, after many holds, delays, and hair-pulling frustration, AQMW 50 is now live, it went pretty late last night. So it might have been technically today for you. This chapter represents a pretty major turning point in the story and I do hope that you enjoy it.

That being said before I go into the next bit of news, I want to direct your attention to This link right here

Did you all look at it? Okay, let's keep going then.

So you all might remember how I’ve often made references to working on a secret project on the side for quite a while now Which of course is partially why Dust Eater has been on hold for a couple of months now. Well, I’m now officially able to talk about what that project was after talking to a Subreddit mod.

I wrote a book, specifically I wrote an altered version of the AQMW novel called “A Silent Monochrome World” which was, cleaned up (of course not perfectly), expanded on to the point where I added an entirely new chapter for chapter 1 that took place before the start of the fic, Rewrote chapter one of the fic from scratch and hired an artist to do cover art for it. Almost every chapter was improved in some way shape or form, and honestly, considering how many months I spent on it, I can’t even begin to tell you how much pride I have in getting this out finally after a surprising amount of hard work. Because of this, I did add links under the AQMW title for the Ebook and Paperback Amazon pages, and well yeah. There you go!

So yeah, I don’t have a whole heck of a lot else to say this week, As always, thanks for reading and posting and I do hope y'all have a great weekend, and happy reading/writing!


A QUIET AND MONOCHROME WORLD: Most Recent chapters: Chapters 50 - 11/14/2019



DUST EATER: Most Recent chapters: Chapter 56 - 09/03/2019

OVERPOWERED Most Recent chapters: Chapter 2 - 05/22/2019

A QUIET AND MONOCHROME WORLD: BROKEN SHIELD Most Recent chapters: Chapter 2 - 08/14/2019


Death Would've Been Preferable: By SgtChrysalis - Last Chapter Read: 29

Rogues in Remnant By rymac0513 - Last Chapter Read: 1

Summer School: By Paulternative - Last Chapter Read: 5

A Hidden Rwby By FireGire96 - Last Chapter Read: 1 (Caught up)


Running Through The Rain: By SaturnNights - So I guess this story is flagged complete on FF.net So I'll give it a quick review. It’s 14.2k words long, across 14 chapters. I honestly thought the story was still ramping up not winding down. The only real “event” that happened here is the writer had them be sad over Pyrrha followed by Sun Punching out Jaune before there all friends out of the blue? The conflict lasted a chapter and was done. I’ll be honest, I can’t recommend this one because of how little happens over the story, and how short it is.

u/AbatedDust · 2 pointsr/RWBY

You can check out /r/lfg to try and find groups or tabletop shops near you you can play at. Alternatively, if you don't want to leave the house, /r/roll20 can get you set up playing with other people online.

If you just want to learn more about playing the game in general, Wizards of the Coast has a free 5th edition basics guide for getting started with character creation, adventuring, and combat. Sadly they don't include the druid or ranger class in the basics but you can sail the high seas for the full 5th edition players handbook or buy one off amazon.

If you ever want to try and put together a full character, I'd love to help guide you through the process. Sometimes just making a character can be as fun as playing a session with one.

u/allenme · 2 pointsr/RWBY

If you want to, there's a bunch of resources out there to learna little more. DnD and Fencing was where I started. /r/wma is a great place for all European Martial Arts, and there's a small pocket of rapier fighters. Martin Fabian's videos on youtube are a great resource, though I use a different master than he does. I study under Giganti's treatises, which you can find on amazon.

u/Raineythereader · 4 pointsr/RWBY

Added a new chapter to Five for Iron, set five years before canon. (Here's the ff.net link, for anyone who prefers that site.) Anywho, this chapter is my first from Winter's POV, and I'm hoping I did an OK job with that, while still keeping the premise engaging.

I finished Cadillac Desert this week, and I've gotten about 100 pages into Animal, Vegetable, Miracle since then. Both are brilliantly written and wonderfully subversive, but considering my line of work I may be a smidge biased.

u/robulusprime · 2 pointsr/RWBY

As a general rule I expect that they, lacking knowledge of the bigger picture, would side with the people closest to where they each appeared.

That being said, here is where I would think it would be most interesting to see them:

RWBY has an industrialist's daughter and an oppressed racial minority in their group. This would normally indicate a pro-abolitionist slant. However, there was a significant number of wealthy free blacks who owned slaves during that time. Further, Blake's ability to "pass" was an earlier plot point (and parallels a number of mixed-ancestry people at the time); so the most interesting place to put this group is in one of the Confederacy's larger cities (Richmond, Atlanta, Charleston, New Orleans, etc.) And see how that affects their dynamics.

JNPR is perfect for the Shenandoah and Tennessee Valley theatres. Two scions of respected, if not powerful, families; a cherished but tough daughter, and an orphan of the back woods. They are, by definition, more morally ambiguous; so they could fall on either side of the conflict.

CRDL makes the most sense in one of two forces: those of William T. Sherman (who is still hated by many Georgians for his March to the sea) or those of Nathan Bedford Forrest (who thought that political terrorism in the form of the original KKK was a good idea... Asshole.) In either case, they are bullies, bad news for whoever isn't actually fighting the war.

CVFY and SSSN both belong in the Western Theatre. The two sides of the conflict we're far less defined out there, and there were two other parties involved as well (Mexico and the Tribes with a Frenchmen or two thrown in). Think "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly" or "A Fistful of Dollars" or "Magnificent Seven" for reference.

u/JetpackWalleye · 1 pointr/RWBY

So, for the weapon slipping out thing, you could try a small amount of blue tack, like you would use to hang posters to make the spot she should be holding a little thicker. I've used this on Gundam models, and it works well.


u/doomtrooper83 · 5 pointsr/RWBY


After a two month delay, I finished part three of OC series The 8th squad: The fall maidens weapon this story will be finished in part 4. As for the series I plan on doing two more stories before finishing it out.

Red Platoon: A True Story of American Valor by Clinton Romesha

u/MisterParagon · 3 pointsr/RWBY

These are my pens, I really like them because they write smooth and dry almost right away, I don't think I've ever had trouble with them smudging.

Studio Series is the brand of colored pencil I use.