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Hey there, Fanon Review Squad.here, reviewing by on behalf of the
Taking place approximately three years after the events of Sozin's Comet, True Winds, Flowing Water is a deep, poetic, descriptive story following Team Avatar in their struggle to maintain the peace and love they have fought so long to achieve in the world...and within each other.
As I read this fanon, I noticed a remarkable similarity to another. True Winds, Flowing Water bears resemblance to TAD’s famed, and I have enjoyed every chapter. The description, characters, and action all mesh absolutely beautifully. I think this might be well on its way to being one of the best fanons on the Avatar Wiki, and I don’t say that lightly.
Story – 9.3: TWFW is yet another after-the-war piece, but the plot is so well executed that it overshadows that fact.
Action – 9.4: For a story with, as the intro tells, a focus on relationships and emotions, this one sure has a lot of action, and all of it is born by worthy description.
Writing – 9.7: Wow…just…man…when I said it was reminiscent of TAD’s work, this was what I was referring to. Apart from a few minute hiccups, this area truly allows TWFW to shine.
Creativity – 9.0: Lovebender is mostly building on what already exists, but does it so very well.
Believability – 9.2: The characters and story elements are all true to form, although a few lines caused me to raise my eyebrows in disbelief.
Character Development – 9.5: Team Avatar and their allies and enemies never seem out of place or contrived; each had their traits, established in the show, left intact.
Average Score: 9.4
Note: All scores are out of ten
Advice for Lovebender110: Keep up the excellent work; I have enjoyed every chapter. I would advise that you give your story an element or device that sets it apart, but that is a small complaint.
Who should read True Winds, Flowing Water? Everyone who considers themselves a fan of TAD’s ABCLAF should look at this one. You’ll see what I’m talking about.