Okay. Recap. Spider-Man was somehow blasted to a world different from his own: Remnant. There, he took on the job of a teaching assistant at Beacon Academy until its headmaster, Professor Ozpin, could find a way for him to return home. While he was working, he discovered that some of his friends and enemies have come to Remnant with no explanation as well. But he's not alone. Spider-Man was somehow working alongside four huntresses in training: Ruby Rose, Weiss Schnee, Blake Belladonna, and Yang Xiao Long, who quickly deduced his true identity as Peter Parker. Which brings us to today with a great question.


"Do you lay eggs?" Yang asked.

"What, no!" Peter replied.

"Yang, why would you ask that?" Weiss asked.

"I'm just saying," Yang said, "He's got these awesome powers, but he's not a Faunus. I want to know how much of a spider he can do."

"Look, I swing on webs, I sense danger, I'm strong, I'm agile, and I can stick to walls." Peter said. "That's it. Look, I don't like talking about me being you-know-who in a public place. Someone might hear us."

"At least tell us why we never heard of you or this Sandman." Yang said. "You'd think there might be word of someone like that."

"Well… You probably wouldn't believe me if I told you." Peter said.

Team RWBY and Peter Parker were conversing in the middle of the Beacon cafeteria. Nora from another table was flinging food to Yang's mouth. Suddenly, Ruby dropped a binder labeled "Best Day Ever Activities" on it.

"Sisters, friends, Weiss." Ruby called.

"Hey!" Weiss said.

"Four score and seven minutes ago, I had a dream." Ruby continued. "A dream that one day, we would all come together and have the most fun anyone has ever had ever!"

"Did you steal my binder?" Weiss asked.

"I am not a crook." Ruby returned with peace signs.

"This is another reality." Peter thought to himself. "Where did she get these references?"

"We are kicking off the semester with a bang!" Ruby said.

"I always kick my semesters off with a Yang!" Ruby's sister said. Nora threw an apple at her face booing her joke.

"Dangit, Yang!" Peter said. "At least my jokes are funny."

"In a matter of perspective, that has to be true." Weiss said.

"Look, guys," Ruby said, "It's been a good two weeks and between more exchange students arriving and the tournament at the end of the year, our second semester is going to be great! But classes start back up tomorrow. Which is why I've taken the time to schedule a series of wonderful events for us today."

"I don't know whether to be proud or scared of what you have in store." Weiss said.

"I don't know, guys." Blake said glumly. "I think I might sit this one out."

"Sit out or not, I think that however we spend this last day, we should do it as a team." Weiss said. "I for one think that…" She got interrupted by a pie thrown to her face by Nora.

"Uh oh." Peter said.

Outside of the cafeteria, the monkey Faunus, Sun Wukong, was talking to his friend, Neptune Vasilias, as they were getting closer to the door.

"We were fighting side by side." Sun recounted. "She was super fast and I threw a banana at a guy, which sounds gross, but it was awesome."

"Nice." Neptune said.

"Right?" Sun agreed. "And the best part is, she's a Faunus. But that's a secret, okay?"

"Got it." Neptune said.

"And not a 'I'm gonna tell Scarlet the second Sun turns his back' secret. I'm talking secret-secret."

"Whoa, chill out man, okay? I got it."

"You better. Oh, and Spider-Man was there too He was awesome. He was fighting this guy who was, like, made of sand. Not to mention, turns out, he… Wait. I can't tell you that part."

"Another secret? And you're not telling me?"

"I know you can't handle two secrets at once. Sorry, but he insisted. I don't want to screw this up, you know. These people here are the coolest. No offense."

"None taken."

Suddenly, the door burst open with students running out screaming. Peter Parker jumped out of the crowd in front of Sun and Neptune.

"Peter."

"Oh, hey, Sun." Peter said. "And you must be his friend he was talking about."

"What's going on?" Sun asked. "Where are the girls?"

"It's exactly what you'd think would happen."

Peter, Sun, and Neptune looked inside the castle and saw Team RWBY preparing a food fight with Team JNPR.

"JUSTICE WILL BE SWIFT! JUSTICE WILL BE PAINFUL!" Ruby declared crushing a carton of milk. "IT WILL BE DELICIOOOOOUUUUUUUS!"

The two teams were using the food as weapons. Weiss was knocked into a pillar and Ruby pretended she was dead and mourned over her. Yang was thrown out through the roof. After a few minutes of fighting, Ruby shot several bits of food and soda at Team JNPR pinning them to the walls.

"I love these guys." Sun commented to a soda-dretched Neptune.

Suddenly, Glynda stormed in and with a wave of her want, the cafeteria was put back in place.

"Children, please," she said sternly, "Don't play with your food."

As Yang finally returned and everyone laughed, Ozpin approached Ms. Goodwitch.

"Let it go."

"They're supposed to be the defenders of the world." Glynda said.

"And they will be," Ozpin said, "But right now, they are still children. So why not let them play the part? After all, it isn't a role they'll have forever." He turned to Peter. "Mr. Parker, might I have a word with you."

Ozpin pulled Peter outside so they could talk alone.

"If it's about the food fight," Peter said, "I tried to stop them. But they're superpowered teenagers with very eccentric personalities. It's not as simple as you think it'd be."

"It's not that." Ozpin said. "I couldn't help but notice you've been conversing with them a lot lately. Any chance you might have told them something."

"Uh…" Peter said nervously. "Well… They kinda figured out that I'm Spider-Man. It was a mistake, really?"

"It's all right." Ozpin said. "I kinda thought this might happen. After all, I did tell you to keep an eye on Ruby."

"Thanks, Professor." Peter said. "If that's all…"

"Actually, no." Ozpin said. "The general of the Atlas Military is about to arrive, and I'd like to introduce you."

"As in…" Peter said.

"I'll explain your entire situation to him." Ozpin said.

"But didn't you say we need to keep this on the down-low?"

"Don't worry about it, Peter. I trust James with a lot of secrets. Hopefully, his resources will provide a way back home for you and Ms. Watson. We've provided a room for her in the city by the way."

"Good. But… What about everyone else who came with me? The Spider-Slayer and the Sandman managed to follow me here to Remnant. Who knows who else did too?"

"You let me worry about that for now." Ozpin said. "In the meantime, continue your day. We might be getting closer to the end."

Famous last words.


An old warehouse was filled with White Dang Faunus moving several crates. Two teenagers, Mercury and Emerald, entered and met up with the criminal, Roman Torchwick.

"Oh, look! She sent the kids again." Torchwick teased. "This is turning out just like the divorce."

"Spare us the thought of you procreating." Emerald said shivering in disgust."

"That was a joke." Torchwick said. He then pulled up a piece of paper. "And this just migt tell me where you two have been all day."

"What?" Emerald asked in shock.

"I'm a professional, sweetheard. Pay attention, maybe you'll learn something." Torchwick said. He then took a look at the paper and grew bitter after rading what was on it. "Why do you have this address?"

"Wouldn't you like to know?" Emerald asked.

"Yeah, I would." Torchwick said. "Now, where have you been all day?"

"Cleaning up your problems." Mercury said. "One of them, at least."

"I had that under control." Torchwick said in an upset tone

"Two packed bags and a ticket out of Vale said otherwise." Mercury returned.

"Listen, you little punk." Torchwick threatened. "If it were up to me, I would take you and your little street rat friend and…"

"Do what, Roman?"

Torchwick paused as he looked up and saw a woman in a red dress lowering herself with an automatic lift. Torchwick then laughed nervously.

"I'd uh… not kill them?"

"Cinder!" Emerald addressed her boss excitedly.

"I thought I made it clear that you would eliminate the would-be ruanway." Cinder said.

"I was going to." Torchwick said.

"He was going to escape to Vacuo." Emerald retorted. "Mercury and I decided to take it upon ourselves to kill the rat."

"I think he was some sort of cat, actually." Mercury added.

"What, like a puma?" Emerald asked.

"Yeah, there you go."

"Quiet." Cinder snapped. "Did I not specifically instruct you two to keep your hands clean while we're in Vale?"

"I just thought…"

"Don't think, Emerald. Obey."

"Yes, ma'am." Emerald said lowering her head. "It won't happen again."

"And you, Torchwick." Cinder said. "Why wasn't this job done sooner?"

"Uh… Eh?" Torchwick asked pointing at a large pile of Dust crates. He then pointed to another. "Eh?" He then pointed at his entire stash. "EHHHH? Sorry if I've been busy stealing every speck of Dust in the kingdom."

"You're an inspiration to every punk with a gun and a ski mask." Mercury joked.

"Look around, kid. I've got this town running scared. Police camping out at every corner, Dust prices through the roof, and we're sitting pretty on an old warehouse with more Dust crystals, vials, and rounds than we know what to do with! Of course, with that irritating web-slinger Spider-Man swinging all over the kingdom, it's forcing me to hold back my schedule at a considerable amount. Can't exactly help it. But I'll tell you what, if you guyes wouldn't mind filling me in on your grand master plan, it might make my next string of robberies go a little smoother."

"Oh, Roman, have a little faith." Cinder said. "You'll know what you need when you need to know it. Besides, we're done with Dust."

"Then what now?" Torchwick asked.

"We're moving." Cinder replied. "Have the White Fang clear out this building. I'll send you details and coordinates tonight."

"Coordinates?" Torchwick asked.

"We're proceeding to phase two." Cinder said. "Oh, and as for Spider-Man, we have someone just for him."

"What?" Mercury asked. "Don't tell me it's another one of those freaks from the other world. That last one didn't work out so well."

"Trust me." Cinder said. "This man is different than Mr. Marko." She looked at the sky. "And here he comes. Everyone, meet the Vulture."

Suddenly, a man with giant, mechanical bird wings strapped on his back landed right before everyone. He removed his visor helmet and revealed his bald, elderly face.


Author's Note: Onto the next part of Spider-Man/RWBY. Tell me what you think.