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  • Kyoshidude




    Yo yo avid readers!.....? What was that...?I'm sorry about that.....Anyway.....Recently I had the pleasure of reading Jacob13Kyle's fanon called 'The Saga of Kento'. This fanon is set a few years after Ozai's defeat (and death, as the author chose) and follows the younger brother of Katara and Sokka, Kento. Though with only 3 chapters I was not disappointed. The writing is nice, the development is done just right - not too much, not too little. And it is very similar to 'Firefly' - a show I, and I'm guessing Jacob13Kyle too, just love. BORWNCOATS YEAH! Anywho, let's go!


    1) It seems you put a lot of planning into this fanon, what with the whole backstory of the war and the splitting of nations. Was this hard for you to map out?

    It was a littl…





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  • Kyoshidude




    This is your friendly neighbourhood spiderman Kyoshidude here for another interview as part of the Fanon Fact Finders. Another apology to Swampbender55 for the delays, you waited so patiently. This fanon, Trials of Tahno, follows the life - I emphasise life - of Tahno. We go from teenagedom, to adulthood, to parenthood in this fanon; which I think is pretty original. But enough on what I think, let's get what I want answered, well, answered!


    1)Why Tahno?

    Tahno has always been a fascinating character to me despite the few appearances he made in the show. I've always liked his character type: arrogant, narcissistic, a self-proclaimed lady's man and I always got the feeling that there was more to him than he revealed to others. And I've always …





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  • Kyoshidude


    So, ages ago I had been chatting with Jtwin1 for a while about his new fanon Avatar: Neo Revolution and I thought, why not do it like a sort of interview. Anyway, I lost it deep in all the files on my computer. After becoming a member of the fanon fact finders I found it! So I thought I'd reformat it and post it here.

    In jtwin1’s Avatar: Neo Revolution, the world – set four generations after Korra – is in disarray. Crime and corruption has risen while spirituality and tradition have all but disappeared. A deserted dusty area called the Wasteland spreads continuously as poverty etc. spreads; meanwhile a mysterious and powerful organisation is set on destroying the Avatar to gain an upper hand on the world’s politics. And, to top it all off, …


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  • Kyoshidude



    This is your friendly neighbourhood spiderman Kyoshidude here for another interview as part of the Fanon Fact Finders. This weeks fanon (or rather, one-shot) I had the pleasure of finding facts from is Colours by Fruitpit. Colours is a one-shot about, well, colour. It shows a softer side of Toph as Aang tries to describe colours to her. Using sensory stimulations other than sight to describe colours, Fruitpit's one-shot is quite poetic. But enough rambling! Let's get to the interview!


    1) Why did you decide to write about something so tender as blindness?

    Well, I had been reading a lot of stories about Katara healing Toph so she could see, or going into the Spirit World, and I really wanted to write my own. The only problem was I didn't want …




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  • Kyoshidude



    This is your friendly neighbourhood spiderman Kyoshidude here for his first interview of the new year. And what a good way to start by reading Aikia: Illuminated by PracticalPabu. Let's get this interview underway!


    1) Where did the idea of lightbending come from and how exactly does the discipline work?

    Hmm ... To be honest, I don't really remember where the idea came from. I have always been kind of fascinated by light and shadows, one of which the reasons is that my real name means light, so I guess that's where it stemmed off from. The discipline is pretty simple: Aika, when she was young, never succeded at firebending. Like Aang, but worse. She studied airbending techniques for a long time, and by combining heat with an illusion-like sub…




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