“Jane: When they say “you’re always unhappy Daria”, what they mean is: “You think Daria, I can tell because you don’t smile. Now this guy died and its making me think and that hurts my little head and makes me stop smiling. So tell me how you cope with thinking all the time Daria until I can get back to my normal vegetable state”.
Daria: Ok… so then why have you been why have you been avoiding me?
What's with the RWBY fandoms utter hatred towards Jaune? Just want to get an opinion so I can write a TV Tropes example...
Frankly i dont think jaune is hated enough tbh, he’s got plenty of stans.
To answer you though. Why is jaune disliked? Well I’m gonna give you the full list, all my thoughts, so strap in, this will be a bit long. Ive been looking for a chance to talk about this.
He’s treated like a main character even though he wasn’t billed as one
When RWBY was just getting started, there were four amazing, cinematic trailers for it. One for each main character. Ruby, Weiss, Blake and Yang. These four ladies will be our protagonists as they go to monster fighting school and become a team!!
That’s the premise the show sold itself on.
Then what actually happened is that immediately once the show begins, Jaune is introduced. And the show focuses on him a lot…… even more then most of the main characters………
But the majority of (female and many male) viewers didn’t come to the show named RWBY for “the jaune arc show.” They came to see Team RWBY. They came to see a show with all female protagonists, not another scrawny white dude with a sword and shield like every other fantasy show ever made.
At first it wasn’t so bad. Jaune was mainly used for exposition, and being the guy who didn’t know anything so that there would be a reason for things to be explained to him, and through him the audience. He was likeable and seemed to be getting set up to be a tactician leader.
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