I really love the idea of Cass completely falling in love with dancing. She was raised to think that her body is nothing but a weapon, and dancing teaches her that she can make something beautiful with it. No matter what genre of music is playing, Cass has an uncanny ability to move with the beat in a way that can’t be taught. You know that one person who hits the dance floor and everyone around them stops and watches in awe? That’s her. Ballet is one of her favorites because of its storytelling and its elegance, so unlike the sharpness of battles. Dances have all of the good aspects of fighting –the intensity, concentration, fluidity, adrenaline– without any of the bad. Her movements aren’t being used to hurt, but to create.
Is it just me or does the narrative tend to treat Yang as an accessory of Ruby rather than her own character? Just the plot focuses on how Yang affects Ruby with Mercury leading to Ruby following him, or Tai training Yang to go after Ruby. At the very least Ruby seems to be first priority