Omashu Rocks here for another installment of FRS:The Omashu Scoop! Today's fanon isby .
Authors' Plot: Fire. Air. Water. Earth.
The monks would tell me how since the time of the first Avatar, there have been four bending elements, and a nation to go along with each one; The Fire Nation, the Water Tribes, the Earth Kingdom, the Air Nomads.
But everything changed fifteen years ago, when the Earth Kingdom split and a new element rose. On that fateful night, the sky lit up a great, white color, the color of my eyes at my most powerful. Nobody knew what it was.
I do. I know. A fifth element has come into this world, granted by the spirits. The element's entry has defied the Avatar sequence. Defied the world. But the new element is our only hope, our only way to survive. We must protect him, we must.
I believe Mozukai can save the world.
Fire. Air. Water. Earth.
Plot/Storyline: To be honest, when I read the title, I thought. "Woodbender? That sounds kinda dumb." I was wrong, the author managed to create a nice plot based not just on this fifth element, but on a story that would be fun to read no matter which element it surrounded. 9.2
Organization: Well, there are some times where I believed the author should have thought things out a little longer, but not bad. 9.0
Creativity: If you haven't figured it out already, this fanon is plenty creative. 9.4
Action: Action was described beautifully. 9.4
Interest Level: I really don't know how to describe my interest. It was more-or-less so-so. 9.1
Character Development: The author really makes the readers feel for the characters. 9.3
Believability: Erm, well there are some pretty unlikely moments/events. 8.9
General Writing: Henry is a brilliant writer, really. He has a great way with words. 9.3
Average Score: 9.2
Note: All Scores Are Out Of Ten
What Henryjh98 does right:
He really doesn't need to improve his actual writing much at all. It's great. There's a poetic ring to the way he describes his scenes which makes the story really enjoyable.
What Henryjh98 could improve on:
This question is actually pretty tough to answer. There's really nothing I would change that isn't a fundamental part of the plot. Congrats, you've stumped me. Perhaps the fanon could use a little more humor (?). Lightening the mood is never a bad idea.
Who does Avatar: The Sole Woodbender appeal to? People who are tired of "post-war" fanons or plots centered around a young avatar's journey will look at this story as a fresh breath of air, I promise.