“Game of thrones and Walking Dead are two shows where. It can be a main character, and they’re in the middle of something important. And all of a sudden. They’re dead! All bets are off. That’s part of those shows, that I really like.” Burnie Burns, RT podcast #399
I’ve been blessed with incredible talented and opportunities. I’m constantly surrounded by love and praise, but when you’re placed on a pedestal like that for so long, you become separated from the people who put you there in the first place. It’s become impossible to form any sort of meaningful relationship with people. That’s what I like about you. When we met, you didn’t even know my name; you treated me like anyone else. And thanks to you, I’ve made friendships that will last a lifetime. I guess, you’re the kind of guy I wish I was here with - someone who just saw me for me.
Cinder’s little group are kind of jerks. I mean seriously, she jumped through hoops. She took out Ozpin (I guess he could be alive), destroyed Beacon academy and the city, stole the fall maidens powers, and destroyed the beacon tower and put the whole world in a panic. And yet they still call her a failure. I mean what the heck.
I’m actually worried about them. I’m not sure why I’m worried, I’m just am. It’s probably when we first get to see them. They both either look angry, scared/shocked, or even disgusted. It makes me feel that they’re finally getting an idea what they got themselves into. That the group they joined are not just a simple/normal criminal group, that they really want to destroy everything in their path and watch the world burn. It makes me hope that at least one of them will realized that Cinder and her group are going to take it to far and try to fight back or join the good guys.