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This fanon has been discontinued, but is still available to read for your enjoyment.
|And Everything in Between|
Nothing ever stops, and nothing is ever easy.
Five released; about 100 planned.
August 11, 2011-present
And Everything in Between is a fanon written by Azulazulazula. The fanon will answer some frequently asked questions about things that happened between the thick amount of time between A:TLA and TLA:LOK.
After finally learning more about Legend of Korra, though I was satisfied with what I knew, I felt that, since so many things were left unresolved and left me hanging, I would come up with my own ideas of what happened. Then, after putting another fanon of mine under inactive status, I decided that this was the perfect opportunity to put together a fanon that uses things that we already know, and things that left us hanging, (e.g. what was Aang's life like after the war, what was Tenzin's early life like, and who is the forgotten character at comic-con: Asami?).
As stated earlier, this story will focus on things that happened between the time of A:TLA and the seventy-years-later series, The Legend of Korra. Many things will be covered, such as Aang and Katara's married life, Tenzin and his siblings' early lives and life in school, what happened to Azula after the series, what Zuko's reign as Fire Lord was like, and many more things, yet to be said.
Book One: Aang's Story Edit
Reception for AEiB has been universally positive. Many users state that they feel Sukka's relationship is too strong to be broken up as easily as they did, but still find the fanon enjoyable. Users also cite that the fanon has excellent writing.
ZukoPlushie has stated that the fanon is "Very bold and well-written." She also deems it, "A little unrealistic, citing the fact that Sokka and Suki broke up so easily.
BlackMonkey, another positive reviewer, says that, "I had my doubts about reading the fanon, but I have been proven wrong on so many levels. It is really good."
Tsuminohime states that the fanon is really good, but also somewhat sad, and touching.
For the collective works of the author, go here.