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Round One
RWBY Round One (2012– )
TV Episode
The Vytal Festival Tournament is the ultimate battle of skill, pitting the world's most powerful Huntsmen and Huntresses in training against one another... and it's finally here!
Episode cast overview:
Lindsay Jones Lindsay Jones - Ruby Rose (voice)
Kara Eberle Kara Eberle - Weiss Schnee (voice)
Arryn Zech Arryn Zech - Blake Belladonna (voice)
Barbara Dunkelman Barbara Dunkelman - Yang Xiao Long (voice)
Jen Brown Jen Brown - Pyrrha Nikos (voice)
Ryan Haywood Ryan Haywood - Professor Port (voice)
Joel Heyman Joel Heyman - Dr. Bartholomew Oobleck (voice)
Samantha Ireland Samantha Ireland - Nora Valkyrie (voice)
Yuri Lowenthal Yuri Lowenthal - Mercury Black (voice)
Miles Luna Miles Luna - Jaune Arc (voice)
Katie Newville Katie Newville - Emerald Sustrai (voice)
Jessica Nigri Jessica Nigri - Cinder Fall (voice)
Neath Oum Neath Oum - Lie Ren (voice)
Patrick Rodriguez Patrick Rodriguez - Shopkeep (voice)

RWBY Round One (2012– )

The birds flying away at the begin of the episode form the signature of the director of the show, Monty Oum, who passed away in early 2015.

J.J. Castillo left Rooster Teeth in early 2015. Despite statements that he would continue playing Mercury Black, this episode marks Yuri Lowenthal's first appearance as the character.

This episode marks the replacement of Monty Oum as the voice of Lie Ren by his brother Neath Oum. Monty passed away in February 2015.

Between the end of Vol.2 and the premier of Vol.3, practically a year past in waiting. I have no idea why. Now, people have theorized that the wait was because they wanted to iron out all the kinks so that its potential would not be squandered, while others theorized that the series ended with Vol.2. No, something worse was on the horizon: something that lessened in quality, despite the wait. The first episode has a pointless scene to begin with that makes the previous two volumes redundant, the action sequences are dull and less energized, and continuity errors that make thing less enjoyable to the viewers. It does have some good jokes, though, but I still thing RWBY is squandering it's potential. Maybe that's why so many AUs exist; they know it could be better, so they invent an entirely different story from the main canon to write.

All in all, I'm not watching the next episodes without persuasion.