They only got roughly 2 hours of sleep and when they woke up (in the middle of the night) they spent the rest of their time looking for Ruby) - Too further add to this, when they made camp, they weren't resting at all and they only all lay down when Ruby and Zwei came back.....It only takes the sun about
The thumbnail and the episode itself begs to differ:
That was a collective effort AKA a Team Fight plus the addition of Team JNPR......Completely different circumstances here when compared to her fighting on her own...Nice try though
What difference does that make? According to you, Yang normally uses her semblance. Yet, she didn't when she fought the Nevermore. Just as she didn't when she fought the twins, or Neo. She only used it against Junior, 'cuz he messed up her hair.
However it's good that you brought up this fight because she did semi-use it considering that she shrugged off attacks from the Nevermore with ease
Yang spent her time dodging the Nevermore, not tanking its attacks.
Which is exactly my point.....Yang has been shown on multiple occasions to be way more agile than that and as much as you refuse to admit that she was fatigued, the evidence is there to prove so otherwise and the rest I already explained.
Because it relies on interpretation and assumption which isn't supported by the evidence.
Team RWBY wasn't even fighting half the day, if you count the time they spent talking with JNPR and Sun as they were preparing to leave the Beacon. They made camp only a few hours after arriving in the abandoned sector and had sufficient downtime, hours before Yang's fight with Neo.
It'd be different had Yang shown up half asleep with bags under her eyes, or had she complained about not feeling her best. But she gave no such indication and was confident that she could handle Neo on her own. Which is why she sent Weiss and Blake ahead.
Her trailer which I'm pretty sure is canon (Primarily thanks to Episode 6 of Volume 2)
In that case, Yang dodged all of Junior's fire. The only time he actually hit her, was when he clubbed her and ripped out some of her hair by mistake.
Oh I agree that she's a great fighter, I just don't agree with how you're using fights against powerhouses as a testament to her strength when in actuality she wouldn't hold a candle to them 1 v 1.
I wasn't naming individuals she'd foght alone. I mentioned organizations she had helped fight against.
For example, she helped Cloud and Barret escape the Shinra Building, when they were being held prisoner - which entailed fighting their way through armed Shinra troops and mechanized soldiers (not to be confused with SOLDIER). She's fought Loz and protected Denzel from a froup of Shadow Creepers in AC, and took part in the "Assualt on Midgar" in 'Dirge of Cerberus'
My point being, Tifa has years of combat experience individually, in group battles, and in full-scale engagements.
Stalemate only because they bot got sent flying off of the air balloon which she then causally and effortlessly saved herself from unlike Zuko who was saved by other....Second time is only because she was mentality gone/psycho
They stalemated because Zuko had improved considerably by then thanks to his new bending form (i.e. 'Dancing Dragon') and his Sun Warrior training. That's why Azula was surprised before
they sent each other flying off the war blimp.
She was used to being better than him, but at that point, she was beginning to see he had closed the gap between them. Which contributed to her sanity slippage along with Mai and Ty Lee's betrayal.
Edited by FongShwei69, 03 November 2015 - 01:29 AM.