It's been a hell of a ride. It wasn't so long ago that you guys were my primary source of entertainment; that I spent the majority of my free time poring over and analyzing what was happening in your shows while going unsaid.
But right now, I'm done. Red vs Blue hasn't felt worthwhile in years. RWBY's most recent season had a message more harmful than helpful. gen:LOCK seemed promising, but I couldn't watch it on principle, with how hard your advertising was shoving it down my throat, after I paid for your "ad-free" FIRST service. RWBY Chibi and Nomad of Nowhere were fantastic the last time I saw them, and currently missing without a word.
You pretended to kill off your company's single most popular character, meaninglessly, just so somebody else could get character development. Then you pretended she would get character development in the new season, just so that people would watch. And now, while her most vocal fans are questioning why she hasn't done anything meaningful in years, you've chosen to actually kill her off in the most meaningless way possible, for no reason besides thinking you can.
I'm not going to claim "this isn't what Monty would have wanted," or any of that insensitive spew that clueless people say when they want the moral high ground. I really do think you're doing your best. But I also think you've lost sight of why people ever enjoyed your content in the first place. Because lately, you've given me far more misery than joy.
So, I'm done. My membership is cancelled, and if I knew how to end the period I've paid for prematurely, I'd take it on principle, because I currently have no intention of watching anything you create. I might be back in a few years if I start hearing good things again, but I certainly won't keep my fingers crossed for it.
I wish you all the best, and maybe some day you will get it together, but I don't anticipate watching to see if or when that happens. While I appreciate all the good times you brought me, it's clear to me that those times are over.
Goodbye, Rooster Teeth.