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Fanon Review: The Adventures of Team Avatar

Millennia2 November 29, 2011 User blog:Millennia2

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This review was conducted by the Fanon Review Squad and reflects our best judgment of writing and fanon authorship quality. Please don't take offense if the review wasn't positive. We always give advice!

Today’s review is The Adventures of Team Avatar by Agent Slash.

Overview: It has been seven months after the war has ended and Team Avatar is living peacefully in Ba Sing Se. However, there are those who wish to settle the score with our heroes and will do whatever it takes to get it. Join Team Avatar on their adventures in this exciting conclusion to the events of Avatar: the Last Airbender as they travel near and far to end what the worst conflict in history started.


Script: 9.3/10

Story: As my partner BlackMonkey states, the idea of a villian chasing down the team, with Azula thrown in the mix, is a little recycled. That being said, Agent Slash brings a unique perspective with an imaginative villian and mature characters. 9.3/10

Keeps You Reading: It was incredibly hard for me to start reading the first chapter, but once the action starts, it begins to flow. 9.1/10

Character Development: I was originally going to point out that Mai is a depressed and emotionless person, not one to begin crying from distress. A quick look to the fanon's main page changed that, and I now recognize the newer, more mature characters. 9.4/10

Action: Could use a little more spice, but is well written nonetheless. 9.3/10

General Writing: There are parts here and there that seem a little simple. If I could give a suggestion, I would say the same thing as with the actin. Give it a little spice. I will point out your original ideas with a popular storyline, however. I wouldn't have imagined Kuei's contribution in the opening chapter. Very unexpected. Above all, just keep going. Your writing, good as it is now, can only get better. Readers will point that out as the story continues. 9.3/10

Overall: 9.3/10

Next Review: The Weatherbenders

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