Hey there,here, reviewing by on behalf of the Fanon Review Squad.
What happens when Toph finds out she is pregnant? Can she cope with the pressures of becoming a single mother and chief of police?
Well, that’s what this miniseries aims to tell us, anyway. Does it? I say yes. Fruipit has crafted a believable tale that speaks to Toph Beifong’s character when thrust into such a situation. I was thoroughly impressed with what I read and am proud to review it.
Story – 9.1: Unfortunately, due to the fact that it is a miniseries, I felt like there were elements of the story that could’ve been explored better, such as the intervening months of her pregnancy. Other than that small complaint, however, I was very impressed with the story overall.
Writing – 9.4: Apart from a few tiny mistakes here and there, this category shined particularly well.
Creativity – 10.0: A fanon about Toph’s pregnancy with Lin has never—to my knowledge—been approached. ‘Nuff said.
Believability – 9.7: I was stunned by the amount of detail put into this piece to make it almost completely believable, with the exception of but a few small lines of dialogue or story elements.
Character Development – 9.5: Unfortunately, I didn’t see as much character growth on Aang’s end as I did on Toph’s, and that is rather important given his status as a major character in this story.
Average Score: 9.5
Note: All scores are out of ten
Advice for Fruipit: Just double and triple check your grammar, and try to actually develop Aang’s character a tad more. Other than that, great job!
Who should read Landslide? Any fan of Toph’s should give this one a look-see.