In reply to emilyblack
I didnt say you cant blame them for their problems.
What I was saying is that not ALL of the Problems are in fact problems some of them maybe because its something meant for later some of it is issues explaining and the list goes on.
RT can be blamed for the issues because in the end it is their product but the thing is MANY of the issues laid on them are false in the extreme or issues not from the writers but from the audience in their ignorance
As an example take Fullers which are grooves in a blade that lighten the weapon by removing metal but in such a way that doesnt compromise the weapon's strength.
Some people call a Fuller a Blood Groove with the idea it lets blood slide down it. This is false but its a common misconception I have found.
Now say an author writes a Fuller on a blade and uses it like they are suppose to be and never once describes blood going down it. The audience calls foul but the ones in the wrong are the audience.
This thing has hit RWBY were people are making claims about what is and isnt going on and then when it turns out they are wrong rather then accept it they start making a fuss claiming RWBY is bad or ect for not following the idea.
Then there is the issue that sometimes things NOT meant to get in do get in because RWBY is so complex its easy to miss things.
IE Blake slapping Sun which Miles and Kerry have said wasnt suppose to be a face slap but rather a shoulder slap.
Bmblb which was created because Jeff hurt his hand and couldnt finish the the OST of RWBY on time so he had time to think of and put in the song without RT knowing about it.
The issue is its not as simple as RT taking credit for their mistakes. Sometimes it is a mistake other times its not but it looks like one.
There is so many layers that its hard to say its this or that and we really wont know till the end. Especially because its really clear RWBY has a long plot.