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Overview: It's been sixteen years since Avatar Korra of the Water Tribes has died. On the same day she passed, Brek was born in the Earth Kingdom city of Kekuatan. Now 16 years old, Brek is about to discover that he is the Avatar, the chosen one who can bend all four elements and is responsible for keeping balance in the world. Unfortunately, Brek is about to inherit a world of problems. His predecessor, Korra, successfully ceased anti-bender revolts, but now a group of bender supremacists, called the Isha, plan to destroy all non-benders leaving only the "genetically superior" to remain. Brek travels to Ba Sing Se to finish learning Earthbending, passing through many towns and villages on the way. He and his friends then travel to the Fire Nation to learn Firebending. Brek must find an Airbending teacher and then finally master Waterbending. Meanwhile, the Earth Kingdom is split in two: those who want democracy and those who want to keep the monarchy in tact. Avatar Brek must also deal with a coup in the Fire Nation and face chaotic behavior in the Water Tribes. In order to protect the world from certain destruction, Brek must learn and master all four elements. He travels to Ba Sing Se, Omashu, the Northern Water Tribe, the Southern one, Gaoling, Lalu, and many other places across the world. Read as the story of Brek unfolds!
Script: A little rushed at times, but otherwise excellent. 9.2/10
Story: There’s definitely an edge to the story that tells you what the Author thinks about the world after Korra. Unrest in the Kingdom, several different factions threatening to tear the continent apart. It’s all very original and unique. 9.4/10
Keeps You Reading: I had no problem reading this fanon and finding a reason to continue. Omashu makes a point of adding a cliffhanger to keep you hanging and wanting more. 9.3/10
Character Development: Backstories and memory sequences are very well done. One thing I noticed is that sometimes it is a little rushed. It seemed like one moment, Brek was finding out he’s the Avatar, and the next he’s ready to go, with almost no problem at leaving your home and family. Just my perspective on that. 8.8/10
Action: One of the strongpoints of the fanon. Brilliantly described to from arena fights to brawls in the market. Very well done. 9.4/10
General Writing: Quite well done. If I can give advice, I would take a little more time on character backstory, inner thoughts and such. That's just my advice, but you are the author, and it should be your choice how your fanon is written. Your action is, in my opinion, the strongest part of the fanon. It’s described to the last detail move for move. You also have no problem keeping readers around, and that’s definitely something fanon writers need. Your script is excellent, and I would just say keep up the good work and always look for ways to improve. Overall, it’s a very well done fanon. Keep it up. 9.4/10
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