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Energy Saga takes place after the end of the television series. It's about Aang fulfilling his duties as Avatar and rebuilding the world which has been devastated by a hundred years of war. In order to help make the world he lives in now more like the one he grew up in, he starts learning Energybending, one of the capabilities which the Avatar Spirit has; however very few incarnations of the Avatar have ever used it. Without the instruction of his past lives, he's essentially on his own. However, as he discovers what Energybending is capable of, he learns that all of his actions have consequences.
Avatar: Energy Saga is one of the best after-the-war fanons that I’ve read, although it started out a tad slow. ARG builds a successful tale with great description and believable characters, and I firmly believe that it can be counted as one of the best fanons on the wiki. Those of you who read fanon should not pass this up.
Story – 9.5: The only category I consider overdone are the after-the-war fanons. That being said, ARG’s Energy Saga breaks the mold with the creativity and skill with which this story is crafted.
Action – 9.4: The action in Energy Saga is always appropriately placed, and I feel as though I’m in the fight when I’m reading it.
Writing – 9.7: The early chapters have some clunky writing, but as the fanon moves along, I can see ARG’s true writing abilities surface. He is, without a doubt, an amazing writer.
Creativity – 9.0: After-the-war fanons are so very prevalent, which is not a bad thing, but with so many of the same kind of story, it can be hard to find something truly amazing. Not so with Energy Saga; it stands on its own merits.
Believability – 8.0: There were some parts, particularly in the beginning, that I found odd, mostly characters that didn’t seem to hold to their established personalities.
Character Development – 9.6: The development of the characters, created or not, is just as it should be. ARG displays a knowledge of the characters to a degree that allows him to effectively grow them, with a few exceptions, as previously noted.
Average Score: 9.2
Note: All scores are out of ten
Advice for AvatarRokusGhost: The only advice I can think to give is this: be sure to maintain your characters’ personalities. Other than that, keep writing.
Who should read Energy Saga? Anyone who wants to read an amazing continuation of Team Avatar’s adventures should give this one a shot.