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Fanon Review:Avatar: The Assassin's Legend

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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!

Omashu Rocks here for another installment of FRS:The Omashu Scoop! Today's fanon is Avatar: The Assassin's Legend by Agent Slash.

Official Plot: The year is 84, AG. The Hundred Year War is still raging. The Fire Nation is closer to victory in the war than the Earth Kingdom and Water Tribes. In the midst of the chaos, a small unit of Earth Kingdom soldiers is deployed into the Fire Nation to take out one of their most dangerous military officials: General Reiko, who has a plan to cut through to the heart of the Earth Kingdom, and bring down it's walls for good. Among these soldiers is the mercenary known as Hong Wu. Hong Wu and his friends must do what it takes to stop Reiko and save the Earth Kingdom from destruction in this short prequel to the first fanon of the Slash Trilogy.

SCORES:

Plot/Storyline: One of the problems with writing a prequel is that readers would have to know the original series to fully appreciate it. I did, but I was also pleased with the fact that wikians unfamiliar with the original series shouldn't be too out of the loop. 9.0
Creativity: Well the entire thing is based off the already-unique world Agent Slash created with the Slash Trilogy. It's one thing to have a creative fanon, but then a fanon based on that fanon is even more creative. 9.3
Action: Agent Slash has improved throughout his works in this category. That is obvious from the fanon. 9.2
Interest Level: Cliffhangers and the raw intensity of some scenes kept me hitting the "next chapter" link. 9.4
Character Development: I really obsessed over the character Ming. Her relationship with Hong Wu developed nicely. 9.0
Believability: No major complaints here. (I write that a lot) 9.3
General Writing: Agent Slash is a very underestimated writer. Interpret that as you will. 9.4

Average Score: 9.23
Note: All Scores Are Out Of Ten

What Agent Slash does right/can improve on:
The fanon is over so… Some chapters were kinda short. Overall, I really enjoyed reading this.

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