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Hey there,here, reviewing Aika: Illuminated by on behalf of the Fanon Review Squad.
Over a decade ago, King Longwei's second wife - Sora - passed away, leaving him with no partner and the twins she had brought him a few years back. Aika, his daughter, will never forget that. And now, the memory is more crucial than ever. She's found out that she glows - and that is definitely either something to do with the Spirits, or a medical condition. She's also found that the cause of her mother's death might be a little more serious than she thought. So, Aika Saidao pretty much has to solve a mystery, stop the nightly disappearances, and right her father's city before she's taken to a hospital. Or killed. Mostly the second.
Aika: Illuminated is a great fanon that manages to stand out. The characters are all multi-dimensional, and the story pulls you in with each chapter. Apart from some grammar and spelling hiccups, Aika: Illuminated is a worthwhile read.
Story – 9.3: Kidnappings and a dysfunctional royal family rule the day in this fanon, and every moment of it is intriguing.
Action – 7.5: There isn’t too much yet, but I expect that to change as the story progresses.
Writing – 9.0: The writing style is very well done, but there are a few instances of odd grammar or misspellings.
Creativity – 9.5: I can say with certainty that few have attempted a story like this, and the bending style prominently portrayed is interesting as well.
Believability – 9.6:Most of this aspect is so well built. I can tell a lot of thought went into this.
Character Development – 9.8: Each of the characters has their own life and multi-faceted personality, a feat that is incredibly hard to accomplish.
Average Score: 9.1
Note: All scores are out of ten
Advice for PracticalPabu: Just clean up your spelling and grammar. Also make sure to polish (and write more) action scenes. Other than that, keep writing. This is a fun fanon to read.
Who should read Aika: Illuminated? Anyone looking for something a little out of the ordinary, but no less exciting, should give this one a go.