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Ruby asks Maria to teach her about silver eyes as the group arrives in Argus, where they reunite with Jaune's team at his sister Saphron's home.
However, Jaune reveals the Atlas military refuses to see them, leaving them stuck in the city. Caroline Cordovin, the officer in charge of Argus and an old enemy of Maria's, denies everyone but Weiss permission to enter Atlas.
Team RWBY tells Jaune's group what they learned from the Relic, causing Jaune to snap at Oscar. Maria then reveals to Ruby that Silver-Eyed Warriors hid themselves to avoid Salem, and that Jinn's vision showed their power came from the God of Light.
The rest of the team then finds Oscar missing. Emerald and Mercury argue on what to do without Cinder, but Tyrian mocks their doubts before leaving with Watts for Atlas.
Meanwhile, Jaune's group searches for Oscar, where Jaune finds a memorial to Pyrrha and a mysterious woman, who inspires him with her memory to continue.
Everyone returns to find Oscar safe at home and Jaune apologizes for his behavior, proposing they steal an Atlas ship to bypass security.
Weiss and Maria steal one of Atlas' airships while Blake goes to disable the radar tower. However, Blake is attacked by Adam who has been stalking her across Anima and Yang moves to help her, while Cordovin pilots a giant mecha suit to take down the airship.
Qrow blames the misfortune on his Semblance, but Ruby reassures him and rallies the group to fight Cordovin. Ruby and Jaune's teams coordinate to distract Cordovin while Qrow and Ren bring down her robot's shields, but its armor blunts most of their attacks.
Cordovin eventually gains the upper hand, forcing Maria and Oscar to risk the airship against her. Meanwhile, after chasing Blake through the forest, Adam disarms her, but Yang arrives and forces him back.
Adam shakes Yang's confidence with his threats, but Blake soon rejoins the fight, stating that she and Yang are protecting each other. Cordovin brings down the airship, but Ruby fires a shot directly into the robot's cannon to implode it.
Yang and Blake battle Adam together, despite his attempts to manipulate them apart. All three exhaust their Auras, but Blake and Yang finally kill Adam by stabbing him with Blake's broken sword.
Blake tearfully assures Yang that she will not break her promise never to leave her. Cordovin attempts to call reinforcements, but the Atlesians are busy confronting a Grimm Leviathan that is approaching Argus.
In a post-credits scene, Mercury and Emerald watch Salem prepare an army of flying Beringel. Hazel states she plans to lead the next invasion personally.
Ruby's group lands in Mantle, the city below Atlas, but become uncertain of Ironwood after seeing the state of the city. Maria takes the group to Dr.
Pietro Polendina, who informs them of Ironwood's increasing paranoia following the fall of Beacon. While Ruby's group fends off the invading Sabyrs, they are assisted by Penny, who is revealed to have been repaired by Pietro and now serves as Mantle's protector.
However, Ruby's group is arrested by the Ace-Ops, a group of elite Atlas huntsmen. Ruby's group is brought to Ironwood, who plans to install a CCT tower on Amity Colosseum to inform the public about Salem and use his military force to handle the unrest it will cause.
Ruby agrees to help but hides what her group learned from Jinn. Meanwhile, Dr. Watts has taken control of Mantle's security systems to hide Tyrian committing a murder.
RWBY and JNR receive upgrades to their weapons and outfits. Yang reveals her uncertainties about lying to Ironwood but the other members of RWBY assure her they will tell him the truth when the time is right.
Ruby gives the relic to Oscar for safekeeping in Atlas while RWBY, JNR, and the Ace-Ops go on a mission to clear a launch site for the tower.
They pursue and kill a powerful Geist through abandoned dust mines while RWBY learn about the Ace-Ops weapons, Semblances, and team strategies.
Meanwhile, Tyrian kills a Mantle activist speaking out against Ironwood. Ironwood reveals that someone is attempting to frame him by murdering his critics.
Jacques berates Ironwood for using his old mine for military purposes and confronts Weiss. Afterwards, Ironwood grants Teams RWBY and JNR their huntsmen licenses.
Watts offers to help Jacques with the election. RWBY and JNR go through training and missions to help with the construction of Amity Tower.
Robyn Hill, the leader of the Happy Huntresses, a Mantle activist group and a candidate for the upcoming election, becomes suspicious about Mantle's construction supplies going to Amity.
Winter reveals to Weiss that Ironwood chose her to become the new Winter Maiden when the current one dies.
Jacques announces that he is closing all SDC operations until he wins the election, causing a riot in Mantle. As Mantle recovers from the riot, RWBY and JNR are given the night off.
Ruby, Nora and Ren go to Robyn's political rally where Watts causes a blackout and hacks the election in Jacques' favor. Tyrian murders several people at the rally in the dark and frames Penny for them, while Watts uploads a doctored video with Penny committing the murders instead of Tyrian.
The panic that ensues causes a Grimm invasion in Mantle. After the Grimm invasion is suppressed, Robyn and the Happy Huntresses begin stealing supplies from the military, grinding progress on the tower to a halt.
Ironwood calls for Robyn's arrest and for Tyrian to be found. Blake and Yang go against orders and tell Robyn about the Amity Tower project and ask her to give them more time.
Pietro extracts the raw footage of the attack from Penny to try and prove her innocence to the public and reveals that he made Penny from his own Aura.
Jacques invites Ironwood to his manor to defend his seat on the council. The council, with Robyn in attendance, berate Ironwood over withholding information in closing Atlas's borders and recent events.
Weiss heads to Jacques' office to search for his involvement in the election and reunites with her mother Willow, who gives her a recording of Jacques's meeting with Watts.
Meanwhile, Watts disables the heating systems in Mantle as a snowstorm starts. Weiss presents the video of Jacques's dealings with Watts to the council and arrests him; however, Mantle is under attack from Grimm caused by the citizens' rioting over the lost heating.
Oscar encourages Ironwood to trust Robyn and later reveals what Ruby's group learned from Jinn. RWBY, JNR, and the Ace-Ops fly into Mantle to evacuate the citizens, while Neo, having infiltrated the Schnee Manor, reports the meeting back to Cinder.
While RWBY, JNR, and the Ace-Ops evacuate Mantle and fight off the invasion, Ironwood and Robyn send a broadcast revealing Salem to Mantle.
Tyrian attacks Robyn, Clover, and Qrow, while Watts infiltrates the Amity Tower and is confronted by Ironwood.
Meanwhile, Neo goes to steal the Lamp of Knowledge from Oscar while Cinder targets the Winter Maiden. Ironwood defeats Watts, and Tyrian is arrested.
However, Cinder's calling card causes him to panic and lose trust in Team RWBY for lying to him. Salem offers for them to surrender, but Ironwood decides to declare martial law and use the Staff of Creation to levitate Atlas to safety.
When Team RWBY opposes, as Mantle is not fully evacuated, he orders the Ace-Ops to arrest them. Meanwhile, Cinder follows Winter to the Winter Maiden, while Team JNR discover Oscar is missing.
Team RWBY defeats the Ace-Ops while Tyrian exploits his captors' fighting to crash the transport ship.
Robyn is knocked unconscious, while Tyrian kills Clover with Qrow's weapon so the latter would be framed for murder. As Neo battles Oscar and Team JNR for the Lamp of Knowledge, Cinder faces Penny and Winter for the Winter Maiden.
While Neo escapes with the Lamp, the Winter Maiden chooses Penny as she dies, and Cinder retreats when Ruby uses her Silver Eyes. Oscar tries to reason with Ironwood, but he is shot off a platform, causing Ozpin and his magic to awaken.
Qrow and Robyn are arrested while RWBY, JNR, Penny, Maria, and Pietro flee Atlas authorities in an airship. Salem arrives in Atlas with a gigantic Grimm force.
Salem is given the Lamp of Knowledge by Cinder and commands a Hound, a new-type Grimm, to capture Oscar in order to access it.
Oscar reunites with Ruby's group but decides to keep Ozpin and his magic's awakening a secret. Ruby's group disagree over their next move and split up: Ruby, Weiss, Blake, Nora, and Penny plan to sneak into the military base to launch Amity Tower and warn the rest of Remnant about Salem, while Yang, Ren, Jaune, and Oscar help the Happy Huntresses protect the Mantle civilians.
Meanwhile, when the other Atlas council members protest Ironwood's actions, he shoots Councilman Sleet dead. While Watts is taken to Ironwood, Ruby's team sneak into Atlas through a shipping company owned by the Schnee Dust Company.
Penny expresses her discomfort of being the new Winter Maiden to Ruby. Meanwhile Yang's team struggle with getting civilians to corporate while Oscar personally struggles with the idea of his soul eventually fully merging with Ozpin.
The Hound kidnaps Oscar as it suddenly evolves, speaks, and flies away, causing Yang's team to give chase.
Ruby's team sneak into the Atlas Military compound with help from May. Through Penny, Pietro hacks Ironwood's terminal to send a launch signal when Penny reaches Amity Tower.
Upon leaving, they are ambushed by the Ace-Ops. The Ace-Ops steal one of Penny's swords to help Watts, under coercion from Ironwood, override controls to her.
Nora uses her Semblance to help Ruby's team escape the base but injures herself from channeling too much electricity.
Despite the efforts of Yang's team, the Hound escapes with Oscar, who is then tortured by Salem and Hazel for access to the Lamp of Knowledge.
Upset at their continuous failures, Ren gets into an argument with Yang and Jaune over their lack of preparedness as Huntsmen.
At night, they seek refuge at an outpost as Grimm appear from a forming fault. Meanwhile, Ruby's team hides at the Schnee Manor, while Cinder secretly goes to Amity against Salem's orders for the Winter Maiden powers.
Cinder, Neo, and Emerald infiltrate Amity Tower, but they are defeated by Penny and Maria. However, Amity is damaged and unable to reach the signal range.
Despite Pietro's protests, Penny moves it into range, successfully broadcasting Ruby's video to the world.
However, Watts hacks into Penny via her sword and the signal, rebooting her system. As Winter and the Ace-Ops are sent bring Penny to the vault, he steals Ironwood's scroll.
Meanwhile, Yang's group discover that a river of Grimm is flowing towards Mantle. Cinder dreams about her childhood, where she was adopted and worked as a slave to a hotel owner in Atlas.
Taking pity on her, Rhodes, a Huntsman, trains her to become a Huntress, but after her family abuses her upon discovering her weapon, she kills them all, Rhodes included.
When Cinder awakens, Salem sends her followers to invade Atlas, using the river of Grimm to break through its shields. While Cinder is ordered to find Watts and Penny, Oscar plans on working within Salem's group to sabotage them.
Ironwood orders the Ace-Ops to bomb the Monstra, but Jaune, Yang, and Ren, whose Semblance evolves, compromise with Winter to let them look for Oscar.
Inside, Oscar tries to win Hazel's trust by giving him access to the Lamp. Overhearing their conversation, Emerald relays to Mercury of Salem's plans to destroy Remnant as he leaves with Tyrian to Vacuo.
Meanwhile, Whitley calls Klein to the Schnee Manor to help Nora, followed by Penny crash-landing at the front soon after. The Schnee Manor faces a power outage.
As Ruby's team activates the internal generators, they are attacked by the Hound. As Ruby, Weiss, and Blake fend it off, a hacked Penny awakens and tries to leave for the vault.
Ruby's silver eyes reveal that the Hound was previously a Faunus, and he dies after Whitley and Willow crush it with a statue.
Meanwhile, Cinder blows up the Atlas prison to free Watts, knocking Qrow, Robyn, and Jacques out in the process.
The narrator explains Dust as four basic forms of a naturally occurring energy propellant, triggered by the Aura of humans and Faunus. It can be combined naturally or artificially to form stronger types, which Mankind harnessed for technology such as airships or androids.
Only skilled and disciplined people can use its raw form without losing control, so the most common use of Dust is in ammunition - though some still use archaic means, like weaving it into clothing or their own body.
While part of everyday life, humanity has no understanding of how it came to be - or how mankind's involvement with Dust will change Remnant.
The narrator describes Remnant as a dangerous place for mankind, as many civilizations have grown and fallen over the years. In the present day, only four remain; Atlas in the north continent and Mistral in the east, while Vacuo and Vale share the largest continent.
Protected by natural barriers and human tenacity, each kingdom has a governing council and their own individual militaries - some mandatory, some not.
Outside the kingdom walls are roaming nomad tribes and small villages, but most fall to Grimm attacks. Each kingdom has a Huntsmen academy to train the next generations of Huntsmen to protect humanity from the Grimm.
Described as beacons of hope and safe havens, the narrator claims they are the key to mankind's survival - as long as they stand united.
The narrator details the creatures of Grimm as a destructive force that has existed throughout most of Remnant across known history.
Once believed to be evil spirits, further study revealed they continued to evolve and diversify over time like animals. They attack humans and their creations first and foremost, only conflicting with wildlife for territory.
Common belief is that Grimm do not need to feed; they choose to. They are drawn to negative emotions - with numbers proportionate to how far panic spreads.
Captured Grimm usually break free or die quickly and their bodies evaporate shortly after their death, making study difficult.
The narrator concludes that Grimm are not mindless; while younger ones are more reckless, older ones learn from their experiences to be more cautious in the future - a natural adaptation that makes them more effective killers.
Professor Ozpin explains how the multi-year Great War was ended when humanity's leaders made peace on the island of Vytal, forming new laws, traditions and the Huntsman Academies to create modern society.
Among these is the Vytal Festival to celebrate the peacetime every two years, rotating between each kingdom to ensure their cultures remain open to the world.
The Vytal Festival's Tournament, a keystone of the event, was designed to test the strength of the kingdom's Huntsman in a safe and friendly environment, the competition ensuring every warrior strives to be their best.
As the tournament's rosters grew, the four kingdoms created the Amity Colosseum; a mobile arena that can visit any kingdom in Remnant.
Ozpin notes his hopes for the established peace to continue and help humanity grow closer. Ozpin describes Huntsmen and Huntresses as the best warriors in Remnant, often outranking kingdom police and military in terms of skill but with only one goal; combat the Grimm.
Each kingdom established an academy after the Great War: Beacon Academy in Vale, Haven Academy in Mistral, Shade Academy in Vacuo, and Atlas Academy in Atlas originally Mantle.
They recruit the most promising graduates from primary combat schools, grouping them in teams of four to develop communication, empathy and teamwork skills.
Students are separated from kingdom allegiance while in the Academy and, upon graduating, choose their work and employers, usually via mission boards; kingdom affiliation is by choice.
However, Atlas Academy is an exception, scrutinized for indoctrinating a military lifestyle upon its students, pressuring enlistment in the Military's Special Units after graduation.
Ozpin states that regardless of the teaching method, the end result is the same: Huntsmen and Huntresses, ready to make their own paths.
Some stay in a team, others work alone - all are expected to protect and serve humanity, never succumbing to the darkness.
Ozpin details the history of the Cross Continental Transmit System CCTS , before which kingdoms could only communicate within their borders by radio or across borders with physical messages, the latter of which were always endangered by Grimm.
Establishing relay satellites was impractical because spaceflight was impossible, as known Dust types lose their powers outside Remnant's atmosphere, so Atlas instead developed a series of four tower-housed wireless-signal hubs - one in each kingdom.
While allowing an online web and communication accessible via handheld "scrolls", connectivity suffers the further one is from a kingdom, with attempts at smaller support towers suffering from Grimm attacks.
Despite the benefits of global communication, Ozpin notes the system's fatal flaw is that losing even one of the towers will take down the entire network, describing it a poetic irony that Remnant's people must either speak as one or not speak at all.
Qrow introduces Remnant; a world where towns constantly rise and fall against Grimm. Currently, the Faunus race holds the island continent of Menagerie, while the four kingdoms - Vale, Mistral, Atlas, Vacuo - are the "sweet spots" to live in.
Vale, located on the northeastern end of the largest continent Sanus, is a kingdom protected by two natural barriers - mountains in the east and shallow waters on the northwest-coast, making it very defensible.
The kingdom consists of Vale - its namesake main city - along with a few smaller cities along the northwest coastline. There is also the small island of Patch, off the coast across from the capital, which Qrow claims a nice place to raise a family - as Ruby and Yang were.
Attempts to extend the kingdom past the mountains, such as the Mountain Glenn project, have been colossal failures.
Qrow states Vale is "not half bad", as regular climate, natural barriers and serious border defense enable citizens to live their lives instead of fighting for survival, though the Fall of Beacon has now left people concerned.
Qrow narrates the landmass to the east of Sanus as the second largest continent of Remnant, Anima, where the kingdom of Mistral is located. Mistral has the largest territory of any kingdom, home to a wide variety of ecosystems and lifestyles.
Its high society is known for fashion, architecture and theater, while the lower class "has a fame of its own"; the biggest black market in Remnant where one can hire thieves, assassins and thugs of all kinds.
However, all of Mistral's inhabitants have something in common: their respect for nature, especially the sea and sky. Qrow states that natural resources had an impact on Mistral's culture and technology, starting with the first settlers who found shelter in its wind-carved cliffs, from where they expanded into the land.
A huge problem for its government is the kingdom's sheer size, which enables a lot of outlaws hide there—while the capital is mostly secure, other cities like Windpath and Kuchinashi are harder to govern.
Qrow concludes that there are a lot of places to hide, though one has to know where to look to find certain people. Qrow voices a low opinion of most Atlas citizens.
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