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|More from Jall||Fantasy, Horror, Mystery||G/PG-13||Here||Completed|
| You should have seen yourself! It was amazing!
This fanon series is completed, meaning all expected chapters have been released.
Fantasy, Horror, Mystery
Bram Stoker's Dracula and Avatar: The Last Airbender
Long Feng is a fan fiction written by Jall. It is based on Bram Stoker's Dracula and is the second of Jall's stories based on classic literature.
- Long Feng: Long Feng takes the role of Vlad Dracula. Other characters considered for the role include Ozai, Zhao and Zuko.
- Aang: Aang takes the role of Jonathan Harker.
- Katara: Katara takes the place of Mina Harker.
- Haru: Haru takes the role of Abraham Van Helsing. It might seem odd considering the fact that Van Helsing is fifty-years old but Jall prides himself on doing the unexpected. Other characters considered for the role include Iroh, Jet, Sokka and Zuko.
- Sokka: Sokka takes the role of Arthur Holmwood.
- Jet: Jet takes the role of John Seward.
- Zuko: Zuko takes the of Quincy P. Morris.
- Ozai: Ozai takes the role of R. M. Renfield. Azula had been considered for the role but Jall is not a fan of gender switching.
- Yue: Yue takes the role of Lucy Westenra. Azula had also been considered for the role but was considered to be wrong for the role.
Oyaji: Oyaji takes the role of Skipper Swales. A minor role but Oyaji was rather one-note.
Iroh: Iroh takes the role of Peter Hawkins. Despite not being seen that much, Iroh has a presence in the story. An ironic note is that Hawkins and Renfield were once business partners, while Iroh and Ozai are brothers in Avatar: The Last Airbender. This gives the two a relationship that is unseen is both the story and the t.v. series.
Like, Long Feng was well received. Jall however considers this to be the black sheep of his fan fictions since the rest of his stories have rather tragic endings.
For the collective works of the author, go here.