Here's a comedic request idea. How about Oscar telling Emerald to put back the thing she's about to steal without even having to turn around? I love the idea that Oscar would have to constantly tell Emerald not to steal something until she broke the habit 😂
She’s tempted but Oscar is Scarily good at reigning her in
I hate how every time a character, especially but not only a female character, starts off defensive and closed-off due to trauma then later softens and opens up as they heal some people complain that they’re “boring” or “uninteresting” now. Why would you not want them to recover?
You think pyrrha is a morning person? Because I’m writing a fic and I could see her as one of those people who gets up out of bed and then does some push ups to wake up.
i don't think i'd be able to think of pyrrha as anything but a morning person. maybe not naturally, but based on what we do know about her, i think she had a pretty strict training schedule that included waking up early, so she learned to be a morning person.
Which RWBY characters do you think would be able to lift Mjolnir?
We're never really given a definition for "worthiness" when it comes to Mjolnir, but we can surmise a few things. For one, worthiness is something that can be gained and lost. Thor has gone through periods of unworthiness in the past, always regaining his worthiness eventually. There does seem to be a self-belief component, most of Thor's unworthy periods have come from a loss of faith in himself.
There's also a widespread belief on the internet that Mjolnir requires a willingness to kill. This comes from the fact that, in crossovers, Wonder Woman has proven Worthy, but Superman has not. A major difference between each character's moral code is that Diana is usually willing to kill. However, I feel like this falls more under self-belief. Superman is character who, I'd argue, doesn't entirely trust himself. After all, he quite often gives Batman kryptonite as a gesture of his trust in Bruce, but it also means he believes he could go out of hand.
(Also, a Paramedic once handed Mjolnir to Thor, and, well. Do no harm, etc. Kinda puts a damper on the kill thing.)
So, basing this analysis on the idea that Worthiness comes from believing yourself Worthy:
The only person I can think of is Pyrrha.
Pyrrha never struggled with doubting herself, unlike... basically everyone in the cast. When offered the Maiden powers, she didn't question her worthiness like Winter and Penny, her struggle was between what she saw as her duty, and her happiness. And ultimately, she did choose her duty. Pyrrha knew what she was capable of, and knew even if she wasn't capable of doing something, she still had to try.