Yes anyone in a car crash should have their license suspended, any ticket = no car for you!
See this sort of "no flaw" argument is inherently bullshit. Why are you expecting some unrealistic Disney 100% perfect baloney from automobile drivers or romantic relationships.
So your opinion is still skewed and nonsensical by my standards.>>93563310
None, because at that point Jaune was self-sufficient and had a network of friends that supported him and gave him a reason not to irrationally hold back important details.
And guess what Pyrrha was a part of that network, which is a sign of a good partner and friend.>>93563511
I'm going to disagree here because being socially put on a pedestal and being distanced from people implicitly says that you're somehow different from others.
She hated the pedestal, we know this, but we also know that she stayed on that pedestal to the very end. Why?
Ultimately: Something can be a part of you but not inherently your choice. Pyrrha's dedication to destiny was not something forced onto her, but was learned and was encouraged by being constantly praised and viewed as a icon. She resisted and escaped this poor mentality for Seasons 1 and 2, but when the chips were down she couldn't put it away any further.
It doesn't really matter how logical or nuanced Ozpin tried to be - it was still Pyrrha as their number 1. The damage was already kinda done at that point.>>93563734
Well obviously she isn't good for Jaune 'cause she's dead.
It's not that, it's the fact that people bring up every issue about Pyrrha or Jaune and make it seem like they were too big or too imperfect to fail. Like they're destined to be forever-alone because they're chock full of commitment issues or other flaws.
And the fact that Pyrrha is dead just denies Arkosfags a wholesome relationship that would have disproved the nay-sayers makes Arkosfags easily triggered.
Case and point: >>93564630