RWBY belongs to Rooster Teeth.
You belong to you.
I own nothing, sad I know.
The green haired caffeine monster dashes rapidly around the classroom, yelling and shouting about history and this and that and who killed who.
Oobleck: Yes! Yes, prior to the Faunus Rights Revolution, more popularly known as the Faunus War, humankind was quite, quite adamant about centralizing the Faunus population in Menagerie.
(Y/N): Is it just me or does he seem a bit... Crazy.
Davis: I think I would be too if I only ever consumed coffee.
(Y/N): Good point.
He takes a short sip from his drink before springing back into action.
Oobleck: Now! While this must feel like ancient history to many of you, it is imperative to remember that these are relatively recent events! Why the repercussions of the uprising can still be seen to this day!
Davis: Is he finally stoppi-
Oobleck: Now! Have any among you been subjugated or discriminated because of your Faunus heritage?
Davis: Guess not.
Several students raise their hands, including Orchid, het tail swaying slightly. Looking around the classroom I notice Blake look at her remorsefully before she looks down and her bow twitches slightly. The plot thickens. Soon after Velvet also raises her hand, hesitating slightly.
Oobleck: Dreadful, simply dreadful! Remember, students, it is precisely this kind of ignorance that breeds violence! I mean, I mean, I mean just look at what happened to the White Fang!
(Y/N): I mean, I mean, I mean this guy needs to slow down.
Oobleck: Now, which one of you young scholars can tell me what many theorists believe to be the turning point in the third year of the war?
Weiss quickly raises her hand, determined to show off just how superior she is to us pheasants.
Weiss: The battle at Fort Castle!
(Y/N): Fort Castle? Really? That's like calling a school " Institution Academy".
Davis: Just go with it, Lunatic.
Interrupting our conversation Oobleck continues talking.
Oobleck: And, who can tell me the advantage the Faunus had over General Lagune's forces?
Cardin, who is sitting both behind and above Jaune, flicks a piece of paper at him, waking him up with a start.
Oobleck: Mr. Arc! Finally contributing to class! This is excellent! Excellent! What is the answer?
Of course Jaune wouldn't know this, no offence to him, he's a bit of an idiot.
Jaune: Uhhhh... The answer... The advantage... Of the Faunus... Had over that guy's stuff
Pyrrha begins to make a gesture that suggests night vision.
(Y/N): I bet ten lien he says binoculars.
Davis: I didn't agree to this.
(Y/N): I'm your leader, I order you to agree.
Davis: Fine, guess I don't have a choice.
I focus on Jaune, like a predator, waiting to see weather or not I get my ten lien.
Jaune: Um, b-binoculars.
(Y/N): Ha, nailed it!
Everyone else however laughs at him, Pyrrha face-planting and Cardin breaking out in laughter.
Oobleck: Very funny, Mr. Arc. Cardin! Perhaps you would care to share your thoughts on the subject!
Cardin: Well, I know it's a lot easier to train an animal than a soldier.
Pyrrha: You're not the most open-minded of individuals, are you, Cardin?
(Y/N): Pyrrha, he's much less than close-minded, he's an oxygen thief.
Cardin: What? You two a problem?
(Y/N): No, we have the answer!
Pyrrha: It's night vision.
(Y/N) Many Faunus are known to have nearly-perfect sight in the dark, and highly attuned senses.
He growls before turning away from us.
Blake: General Lagune was inexperienced and made the mistake of trying to ambush the Faunus in their sleep. His massive army was outmatched, and the General was captured. Perhaps if he'd paid attention in class, he wouldn't have been remembered as such a failure.
The students around us "ooo" at Blake's words.
(Y/N): You see Cardin, even the girl who never speaks will take time to insult you.
The idiot gets up from his seat, a fist raised.
Oobleck: Mr. Winchester! please take your seat.
Jaune begins to snickers and chuckle at Cardin's misfortune.
Oobleck: You and Mr. Arc can both see me after class for additional readings.
Oobleck: Now! Moving on!
The class ends and we walk out of the class, Pyrrha stops to look back at the class before commenting.
Pyrrha: You go on ahead. I'll wait for Jaune.
(Y/N): Alrighty, go get 'em girl!
A light blush appears on her cheeks as we walk away.
Davis: So, now what?
(Y/N): I'm going to go hang out on the roof for absolutely no reason.
Davis: As usual. Do you ever sleep?
(Y/N): Sleep is for the weak.
Davis: Bye then.
I walk down the dark corridors before opening double doors to exit the building and enter the outside.
Taking out Uncanny Honour and turning it into its hip form to scale the side of a building to perch myself on the roof. As I gaze into the skies I hear the doors below me swing open and see Pyrrha walk out, dragging Jaune with her. Quickly I turn invisible to avoid them. They walk up to the edge and begin talking.
Jaune: Pyrrha, I know that I'm going through a hard time right now, but I'm not... That depressed. I can always be a farmer or something...
Pyrrha seems confused for a moment before realizing what he suggested and she quickly drags him away from the ledge.
Pyrrha: N-no! That's not why I brought you up here! Jaune, I know you're having a difficult time in class and that you're still not the strongest of fighters, so... I want to help you!
Pyrrha: We can train up here after class where no one can bother us!
Jaune: You think I need help?
Pyrrha: N-no! No, that's not what I meant.
Jaune: But you just said it.
Pyrrha: Jaune, everybody needs a little push from time to time. It doesn't make you any different from the rest of us. You made it to Beacon, that speaks volumes of what you're capable of!
Jaune: You're wrong... I-I don't belong here.
Pyrrha: That's a terrible thing to say, of course you do!
Jaune: No, I don't! I wasn't really accepted into Beacon...
Pyrrha: Wh-what do you mean?
Jaune: I mean, I didn't go to Combat School! I didn't pass any tests! I didn't earn my spot at this Academy! I lied! I got my hands on some fake transcripts and I lied.
Oh, that explains plenty, one mystery down, Blake's mystery to go.
Pyrrha: What? But, why?
Jaune: Cause, this is what I've always wanted to be! My Father, My Grandfather, and his father before him were all warriors! They were all heroes! I wanted to be one too. I was just never good enough.
Pyrrha: Then let me help you!
Jaune: I don't want help! I don't want to be the damsel in distress! I want to be the hero!
Pyrrha: Jaune! I-
Jaune: I am tired of being the lovable idiot, stuck in the tree while his friends fight for their lives! Don't you understand!? If I can't do this on my own... Then what good am I? Just, leave me alone. Okay?
While his friends do the fighting? Please, I do most of the fighting, probably 'cause I'm the best! Go me!
Pyrrha: If that's what you think is best.
Poor Pyrrha, it's like the ultimate case of friend zone. As Pyrrha leaves someone else climbs onto the roof... An it's Cardin himself. What joy...
Cardin: Oh, Jaune...
Cardin: I couldn't help but overhear you two from my dorm room. So, you snuck into Beacon, huh? I've got to say Jaune, I've never expected you to be such a rebel.
Jaune: Please! Cardin, please, don't tell anyone!
Cardin: Jaune! Come on! I'd never rat out a friend like that!
Jaune: Uh, a friend?
Cardin: Of course! We're friends now, Jauney boy!
As he says that he grabs Jaune, holding him in a headlock.
Cardin: And the way I see it, as long as you're there for me when I need you, we'll be friends for a long time.
Then she lets go of him, causing him to gasp for air.
Cardin: That being said... I really don't have time to do those extra readings Dr. Oobleck gave us today. Think you could take care of that for me, Buddy? That's what I thought... Don't worry Jaune; your secret's safe with me.
(Y/N): Well isn't this interesting, I could deal with Cardin and deal with this now. Or I could see wait and see what happens. Yeah, that seems funnier. Oh, I just can't wait...