It's a very interesting theory actually. However, I don't think that it'll happen simply of 2 reasons:
1) the intent of Qrow vs Clover vs Tyrian did not carry over to the audience. Clover is meant to see Qrow as the bigger threat here, but this does not work at all for the audience.
2) V8 was written in a vaccuum. Say that the intent was carried over successfully, and in RT's dream audience landscape, the audience blames Ironwood for what ultimately is likely Robyn's fault. (arguments can be made for Qrow's bad luck semblance flaring up causing the shot to exactly hit Tyrian's bar which he is handcuffed to, as he is much more affected by the scenario than Clover is, but it's not the most reliable explanation). It wouldn't make sense for Qrow to switch gears and blame himself for it.
I would still like it to happen though.>>119002409>Ironwood could have left a few construction workers behind after he captured Watts
Wouldn't he call them all back since the Amity project would be abandoned very shortly after? No point in having them there if he thinks they can't finish it in time.
We have no idea what Pietro is actually capable of with only his leg chair (which could hold secrets), and maybe some supplies from the bulkhead and the construction site. It could be that there's a lot of work that he uses his brain and technology to finish, along with Maria bringing supplies to him as needed.
What I'm saying is is that we shouldn't complain prematurely; we don't even know FOR SURE of the actual workload. Even Pietro doesn't know if it'll be manageable.
So as I said, how about we wait until we actually see if the modifications needed are large enough before we make judgements? There are much more important issues to complain about, like Yang being hypocritical, and the fact that it wasn't addressed by Ruby in the beginning? Yang has lied before about Raven; will this issue even be addressed?