While I at first enjoyed the story, when it still showed promise, I was willing to overlook its shortcomings, but these didn't... vanish.
Rather, it grew complacent. The pacing is fast, and the core group keeps on growing, without addressing the necessary characterization of both canon and original characters. The author admits writing the story without much planing, excepting a few major points (Sokka and Azula boning, the Big Bad
and something else) and it shows in a bad way. Many plot points are pulled out of thin air, characters develop on the drop of a hat and when the author feels like making a point
, it is by blunt force.
So yeah, I do not recommend that.
(most recent chapter: 28)