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Fanon Review: One Small Step for Amon (One-shot) by HammerOfThor

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 One Small Step for Amon (One-shot) by HammerOfThor

Authors' Plot: This fanon is something I've been writing over the past two days, as a parody of some of the theories and controversies that have been circulating about Amon. It isn't intended to be insulting, or start any flame wars; it's just a bit of fun, and should be taken as such. I hope you have as much fun reading it as I did writing it.


Plot/Storyline: The plot follows the events of The Legend of Korra, from Amon's view, as a satire. Truly great. 9.5
Creativity: I believe this was the first Amon parody written on this wiki, and it had some great original humor, even taking a couple of shots at the wiki itself. Has character/narrator conversation been done before? Yes, it has… 9.3
Humor: Probably one of the funniest one-shot's I've read on this site, if not the funniest. 9.6
Interest Level: I really hope the author makes another one for the next set of episodes. 9.5
Believability: I don't need to believe all the crazy theories HammerOfThor made fun of, we've seen them. 9.5
General Writing: I didn't notice any grammatical errors, and no the vocabulary was exceptional, but nobody should expect literary genius from a comedy, as the author notes himself in a comical way. The, in my view, poetic, part on "A Leaf in the Wind" was great. I also liked how it poked fun at writers' sometimes weird way of including episode titles. 9.5

Average Score: 9.5
Note: All Scores Are Out Of Ten

What HammerOfThor does right:
You'll notice I didn't include "Character Development" as a category. That's because I didn't feel it was possible to properly judge what is typically a serious subject for a comedy. If I could attempt to give this fanon some kind of grade in CD, it would be high given reoccurring jokes among the characters, a funny less-serious take on Amon's personality, and his comical relationship with Lieutenant. It's really all that kind of stuff that makes a comedy great.

What HammerOfThor could improve on:
If he does make another, and I hope that is the case, I would suggest he tone down the jokes about characters understanding their in an episode. Maybe one character/narrator conversation is okay, but there were just a tad too many, "well the writers…" jokes.

Who does One Small Step for Amon appeal to? Everyone who has even a slight sense of humor and is sick of Amon speculation.

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