An End: RWBY and LUNAI feel that I have to say this now rather than later. If you haven’t been following my Team LUNA story, don’t worry: Aside from one part, you don’t need to for you to get the point.
I said long ago that me still continuing the story of The Moon Over Beacon and Blood Moon Rising was mere hardheadedness and that I was going to finish it because I had dug my own hole and I refused to jump out of it. That was two years ago, and now I’ve finally finished it.
Was it entirely as what I would have wanted? No it isn’t.
Am I satisfied with the way it ended? No, I wasn’t.
Was it exactly as I had planned out when I began the story? Definitely not, because 17-year-old me didn’t know where he wanted the story to end before he started it. I only figured out the finale in the middle of this December.
Am I glad it’s over? Yes, I am.
The reason for this is because I have run out of love for RWBY as a whole. Ironically enough, when I loved it before, when i