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  • Bomochu






    Welcome! Today I'll be reviewing Avatar Colosseum, by Corvus Pathoris. As the name above implies, this fanon is all about analysing Avatar characters and pitting them against each other in battle. 

    As a fan of the reasonably-popular "Death Battle" series now owned by RoosterTeeth, I must say I was quite excited to be reviewing this fanon. Not only because of the link to a few real-world series that do a similar thing, but also because Avatar Colosseum as far as I'm aware is one of its only kind on the Avatar Wiki. 

    I had to make some changes to the categories since some don't apply to this fanon. Also, my own views on who should have won a battle did not affect scores, but rather, whether a victory/defeat had been justified adequately is what s…





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  • Minnichi

    Come celebrate the end of the world with The Ba Sing Se Times! It's a total apocalypse today and you won't want to miss a thing. Oh, and you also have a chance to become the next Grand Secretariat of the newsletter; see Minnichi's statement for details.









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  • Fruipit

    Come one, come all to the fanontastic fanonbender’s fanon competition!

    The most recent competition wasn’t recent enough, but it’s a new dawn, a new day, a new life, and we’re feeling pretty good about the recent (ongoing) revitalisation of the portal.

    Step one: bring the gang back together (complete)

    Step two: provide more opportunities and reasons for the users on the wiki to engage with the portal (ongoing).

    And the first step in completing the second step is to restart the fanonbender’s fanon contest.

    For those of you who weren't here for the last one, or who have simply forgotten how it works, the contest is structured thusly (with some minor changes):

    The fanonbenders (, , and ) choose a prompt and perhaps some conditions such as maximum wo…

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  • Fruipit

    Come one, come all to the fanontastic revitalisation of the fanon... everything. The fanon site, the fanonbenders, fanon! Fanon, fanon, fanon! (does it look like a made-up word yet?)

    Just how we all get nostalgic for the Disney golden age, so too are we nostalgic for the old days of the fanon portal. But, those days have been and gone, and now we need to look to the future. (here we are in the futureeeee......)

    So there are a few things that we're working to change, update or improve. There is currently a War Room forum regarding a few (potential) changes to the way we categorise fanons. We currently have a completed and a discontinued category; the proposal argues the need for an 'active' category so users can find stories that are currentl…

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  • Minnichi

    We're here with your secret valentine submissions and can't wait for you to read them. May all your romantic dreams come true and if not, read the BSST anyway. You know you want to.







    From the Editor: The Oogies Are Back!

    My beloved BSST readers (however many of you actually exist),

    What do you mean it's not actually Valentine's Day today? Don't you know that we have our own definition of time? The members of the BSST staff identify as Time Lords, so, we have every say in deciding what day it is. And we're not tardy.

    Anyway, thank you for taking the time celebrate love on Avatar Wiki! (And I know it's totally not because you're single and have nothing to do, right? You love this place!) You might be here mainly for the modest collection of anony…





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  • Minnichi

    Merry Christmas, Avatar Wiki! And if you don't celebrate Christmas, then Happy Holidays to you! Either way, get your Holiday spirit on and join the partay!









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  • AvatarRokusGhost

    Hello everyone! Welcome to my first ever friendly neighborhood ghostly interview. Now that the Fanon Review Squad and Fanon Fact Finders have merged, I have an opportunity to start a new series where I ask questions of fanon authors about their stories and their writing, so that we can delve into the worlds of their imagination together. Today, I will be interviewing someone well-known around Avatar Wiki (or is it Avatar Fandom now? Don't ask me, the site I joined had mainspace comments, user talk pages, anonymous users and fanon admins) , author of the award-winning !


    Hey Minn. How are you doing today?
    Hello there, Ghost of Roku! Thanks for having me. I’m feeling quite groovy, how about you?
    I'm doing well. So, let's dive in! What were your …

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  • Minnichi

    Happy New Year, Avatar Wiki! 2019 holds lots of surprises for this franchise, so have a cookie. Dance with someone!









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  • Tono555

    Happy Halloween! We hope it was spooky (or spoopy) enough for everyone! Ours was great, reading all these awesome submissions. The authors definitely went for a Halloweeny feel, and we can tell! Unfortunately for us, we have to try and choose a winner.

    It was a close call, but this month, we've decided to crown , with his , as the winner. His oneshot was up to his usual quality (ie. absolutely amazing) and we really enjoyed it. The transitions seemed a little sudden at times, but the overall spookiness was fantastic!

    The other three were close. We loved – the first person really added to the chills, and though it wasn't a fast start, it was a horrifyingly satisfying ending! has all the aesthetics needed for an atmospheric Halloween story, …

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  • Tono555

    Hello all fanon portal authors! The time has come for another one of our contests!

    It has certainly been a while since our last contest, hasn't it? Just a little under three years, but who's counting? Anyway, I'm very happy to announce that we're back with a new prompt we'd like to see you all try! Since it is October, a month known for the famous holiday Halloween, we were thinking it would be nice to make this month's prompt "spooky themed"! Take "The Puppetmaster" for example - that was spooky.

    Feel free to write anything you come up with, but key points that will be evaluated are going to be:

    • Overall spookiness.
    • Grammar, spelling.
    • Between 2000 - 4000 words.

    For those of you who don't remember, this story can be a one-shot or a chapter of one o…

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