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Fanon Review:The Perfect Crime by Night's Fire

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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 with another installment of FRS:The Omashu Scoop! Today's fanon: The Perfect Crime by Night's Fire.

Author's Plot: Since the establishment of the world's most aggressive and innovative nation, the Fire Nation, its top officials and authorities have surrounded themselves with the most capable, intelligent, and courageous guards ready to defend him on a moments notice. These guards were divided based on their skill and loyalty. The most elite were given the task of protecting the Fire Lord. They were known as the Imperial Firebenders and became part of his royal procession. Each member of this squad took an oath to defend the Fire Lord with all of their might, wits, and integrity until they are killed in battle. The only woman ever to swear this oath, this binding, committing, and enslaving oath, was known as Naomi. For years she defended her nation's leader with the utmost loyalty and determination, until one day her fellow agents were assigned to hunt her down. She had no choice but to flee, shattering the very laws and ordinances that she had dedicated her life towards maintaining. But where do you hide when your country views you as an outcast? She battles through villages across the world, meeting the most exotic, brutal, and heartless people that the planet has to offer. With the help of some new friends, she must fight to restore her honor. She must prove her innocence and is bent on clearing her name, but is she as guiltless as she claims to be? Decide for yourself!

This is a new fanon from a new author, so I had no idea what to expect when I began reading; however, I found myself craving more and more by the minute. Not is it full of action and suspense (and in only 2 chapters so far), but it is a wonderful mystery that the reader has to solve. The question: Is Naomi innocent ore guilty of attempting to kill the Fire Lord. With a plot like that, it's pretty hard not to succeed.

SCORES:

Plot/Storyline: As I said earlier, this is an exciting plot that will keep readers begging for the next chapter. 9.6
Organization: The Fanon seems to be divided into books and so far, the chapters contain a minimal level of confusion. 9.4
Creativity: I don't believe there's another story on the wiki with a similar plot, characters, or twists. Yet again, it could use a unique villain, weapon, etc. 9.3
Action: The action is brilliantly described, and there's plenty of it. I can actually imagine some of the scenes in a high-quality movie. 9.6
Interest Level: I was hooked from the beginning--enough said. 9.5
Character Development: In only two chapters, this is a bit difficult to judge. Naomi and her former friend/colleague's tricky relationship is interesting, but development seems a bit lacking. 9.2
Believability: As awesome as the fight scenes are, Naomi would have died about 8 times over by now--whether she bled to death, was burned alive, or died on impact upon crashing through a wall. 8.6
General Writing: The author uses nice descriptions and spelling mistakes are very rare. I would suggest more advanced vocabulary usage, although the fanon is pretty good in that department as well. 9.3

Average Score: 9.3
Note:All Scores Are Out Of Ten

What Night's Fire does right: The intensity of The Perfect Crime is epic and consistent. Some moments will literally keep readers on the edge of their seats, whether Naomi is narrowly avoiding capture or tending to wounds will old, rusty tools. Fans will certainly never lose interest.

What Night's Fire could improve on: Yes, action scenes are indeed grandiose--perhaps too grandiose at times. As I stated before, Naomi would have died several times. For some people, that's a deal breaker. I personally don't believe that it is too big of a deal, and perhaps it can be something cool and unique about this story, but the author may want to tone it down every now and then.

Who does The Perfect Crime Appeal to? Any user looking for a great action-thriller will love this story. If you're the type of person who wants to be kept guessing throughout the entire fanon, you should check this out. I myself cannot tell whether Naomi is guilty or not.

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