Has an interesting take on Jaune in that while outwardly he acts very close to his canon self, inwardly he, like Cain, schemes for a way to keep from getting into trouble and fails due to rotten luck. Note, that this story shares some settings with , but unfortunately is also written in the present tense like Redemption. But however shall he deal with the latest addition to his life? Furthermore, Cinder's no Ruby, and the team dynamics are very different as a result. Let's be honest here, women are a lot more perceptive than men, so that is one defining difference that puts a female protagonist apart from the male protagonists. By Shin Megami Tensei standards: Fucking easy. Takes place after Volume 4 in Mistral, with an alternate take on what happened there. It's very easy to lose oneself entirely, and only realize when you've finished that you just read 76,000 words without stopping.
Especially in the case of Persona 2. One that includes a golden-haired rebel, cat-eared terrorist, and silver-eyed girl. It's designed in a simple, yet effective way. He's worried about how he can watch 17-year-old Jaune Arc and not strangle himself. The author puts considerable time and care in crafting his alternate-Jaune and Jaune and Weiss' interactions. The chapters are long, the story is good, and the Author manages to make it all work very well. The girl had a plan, though unlikely to work, she thought she at least needed to try.
You can also add to the current recommendations if you want. Didn't tought of that, huh? But when Ruby sets out for Vacuo and the Lisence Exam, too many people are suddenly able to track her, and being reunited with Oscar on that path, while it should make things all the more bearable, only seems to remind them both of old scars. She had long ago accepted that she was dangerous. Inventive and intelligent, this story is worth reading if only for the unique pairing it provides and the deep and complex character arcs. Friendship, drama, hopefully some humour to build up some characters with a lot of potential who, at the moment in the show, are fairly 2D.
Grab yourself a mug, 'cause I made a fresh pot. Ruby is the main character of the story, and it will be narrated from her perspective, as she tells the reader of her experiences and actions during the span of one year. It contains heavy amounts of angst, but it does have some light-hearted humor which doesn't make everything a tear-fest. So really, of the possible options, the teams were as good as they were going to get. Feel free to add a fanfic of your own to the list, but remember to use the template found. The events that transpire will never be forgotten in Remnant. My name is Ruby Rose.
Not because of the way they work but because of how they could work for her. Pretty much anything that isn't focused on romance. Besides working with the canon characters, the author manages to work alongside original or events from other fandom and makes a great job out of it. It is currently at 170 parts with no sign of stopping, although the updates tend to be quite infrequent. I know you say that she doesn't know if she killed her, but how could you not kill a person with three knife stabs.
Word of warning though the chapters are very long, with an average of 12,000 words each. Good character building making everyone believable. He wants power, he wants family, and most importantly he wants to know why he was only told of his mother's death instead of seeing a body. James finds himself in possession of one of these relics, and as the world around him begins to crumble, it's up to his butler Qrow to escort him away from the dying kingdom in the north, coming across various colorful characters as they fight to survive, and face their demons together. You can also add to the current recommendations if you want.
Stories focused on the romantic relationships between the cast. Rather than becoming more than that, he still remains such throughout the story and gets off scotch free despite one of his nastier schemes are found out. Why would the enemy ground be in the sewers? Naturally curious, Ruby starts to wonder about the cause of these incidents, but in the end decides that it is way over her head, and tries to ignore this as best as she can. You removed Jaune from Emperor and placed him in Magician, but there is still 1 character and 1 Arcana both left empty. And with Blake and Sun infiltrating the White Fang again, Yang and Nora gathering information from Yang's information guy, Pyrhha and Ren inflitrating the underground fighting cicuit, and Jaune and Neptune covering for us at Beacon when we're gone, I thought it was right as your fearless leader to personally know the villians' main battleground in case we need to fight here and since we are partners, we are suppose to work together and I don't know who I would trust more on this potentially dangerous assignment. This is the tale of a little red girl destined for pain.
It's even designed for that. Parody and Adventure, rated T for the reckless endangerment of minors by adorable Mascots, snarky story-book narration, and stress-induced pixie rage. Luckily for them, the Theater Club run by Velvet and Jaune needs help putting on their next production! Luckily, Ozpin will be there to stop his actions from going a little too far. All powered by confusion and morbid curiosity! I won't spoil much, but there's an especially grotesque part where Ruby escapes from a certain facility that serves as an interesting extension of the concept of the aura within this universe. Neptune was the most comfortable aside from Yang with hiding details.
Some were barely coherent,dirifting between couciousness and uncouciousness. Speaking of Grimn, they'd better get back to Vale. She took the girl's weapon, the scroll, and headed towards Beacon. Ye can't get free labor from us nomads without us liven', now, can't yea? These are recommendations made by Tropers for fics, all of which have to be signed to stay on the page. Although the Author is new to writing, he nails most of the aspects of a Noir story. The stitching is starting to fray at both ends.