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Every week we will be starting a new Story Telling competition - with great prizes! The current prize is 2000 NP, plus a rare item!!! This is how it works...

We start a story and you have to write the next few paragraphs. We will select the best submissions every day and put it on the site, and then you have to write the next one, all the way until the story finishes. Got it? Well, submit your paragraphs below!

Story Six Hundred Six Ends Friday, May 17

Judge Hog walked with authority through the hallways of the Defenders of Neopia headquarters. His footsteps reverberated through the marble walls as his cape flowed with every step he took. His tall stature was imposing, but everyone knew that the leader of the Defenders of Neopia was one of the kindest Neopians one could ever meet.

Today, however, something seemed to be on his mind. Namely, the fact that it had been over a week since the last emergency had come to them.

A large door opened automatically as Judge Hog entered the central control room. Torchio and Lightning Lenny were in the room, manning stations at the great monitor they used to determine where they were needed.

"Any news to report?" Judge Hog asked of his teammates.

"No sir!" Torchio said. "The monitors have been calm all day."

"No cries for help?" Judge Hog asked again, "No supervillain attacks? No Angelpuss stuck in a tree?"

"Mr. Chuckles hasn't done anything, Lady Frostbite isn't raising an army of Darblats, and no sign of any of those robotic Sloth clones reactivating. There's not even a report of that Mutant Kadaotie wailing and extorting Neopoints from others," Lightning Lenny said, sounding slightly bored.

"Are we sure this thing's even plugged in?" Judge Hog asked, looking at the monitor.

"Dr. Flexo checked it yesterday," Torchio said. "Everything's in perfect working order."

"Even petty thefts are down, with most of the Thieves Guild in Tyrannia," Lightning Lenny chimed in.

Judge Hog pondered all this for a moment. It had been over a week since a cry for help that required their assistance. Their equipment was still in working shape. It just seemed like all of Neopia was at peace, but something still didn't seem right to Judge Hog.

That's when it hit him.

"No, there's an emergency going on all right," he said to the other two defenders.

"What is it, boss?" Lightning Lenny asked, sitting up quickly.

"Call it a hunch, but it's almost too peaceful," Judge Hog said. "Unnaturally peaceful. I think someone has kidnapped all of the supervillains..."

Author: dr_tomoe
Date: May 13th
..."Sir?" Torchio gasped. "That's impossible!"

"Nothing's impossible," Judge Hog replied. "Especially not when evil is concerned."

"But, if someone has kidnapped all of the supervillains... surely that's a good thing?" Lightning Lenny suggested. "I mean, less work for us, that's for sure."

"Whoever has done this must have plans, though," the Judge replied, "and whatever plans they are, I can guarantee they aren't good for the Defenders, or Neopia as a whole. We'll need to find out who is behind this, immediately."

"How would you even go about it?" Torchio asked.

"I... don't know," the Judge admitted. "That's why we're going to need help."

"From who?" Torchio asked.

"Someone we have in our cells already," the Judge explained. "Someone who used to be one of our number, but turned against us to become one of them."

"You don't mean..."

"Yes," the Judge said with a stern nod. "We need the help of the Iron Skeith..."

Author: herdygerdy
Date: May 13th
***

From the bloom of his cell, the Iron Skeith watched as a Spyder lazily crawled across the wall to return to its web. He sighed, tugging on the corner of the bland grey robes he was forced to wear.

On one side of the cell, glimmering in the dim light from the single globe above, several sharp lines carved into the metal wall marked the days he'd been here. All that the Iron Skeith saw was the blank space that marked the days he had left.

His days in the Defenders, the Iron Skeith reminisced, had probably been his best. In those days he'd gotten to do what he did best -- show others his supreme strength -- and had once been admired for it. The Iron Skeith snickered. They may have been his best days, but that was only because of one reason: those were the days when he'd been a winner.

Power. Money. Attention. Fancy food. Those were the things the Iron Skeith desired most, and while in the Defenders he'd had all four of them. All it took was one tiny temptation, a single promise of more of those things, and he'd been out that door in an instant.

"Sides mean nothing. All you need is strength." Those had been his last words as a Defender, and now he was worth nothing.

Did he regret it, though?

It was a question he'd spent many hours reflecting on in this tiny cell. Would he do it all again for another bite of that delicious, unheard of omelette?

Bang.

Somewhere close, a door slammed. The Iron Skeith found a smile forming on his lips, for the only time he ever heard that sound was dinnertime.

However, he was about to be pleasantly surprised...

Author: sadinei
Date: May 14th
...with something rather more promising than a bowl of gruel.

His eyes widened marginally when he peered down the row of cells, finding not the jailer but Judge Hog himself, flanked by two of his lackeys.

Puzzlement quickly became understanding, and a brief grin flashed across the Iron Skeith's face before he replaced it with a carefully crafted scowl. If they were down here, they wanted something from him, and that... that was something he could use.

Play uninterested. To force him to come to you is to have power over him.

The words echoed through his head, guiding him. They always had, since he'd bitten into that forbidden food -- enchanting, enchanted, smooth as Spyder silk and humming with faerie magic. He'd come to welcome them. They led him toward the things he wanted, and the one time he'd fought against them, hesitated... that was when all had failed him and he'd found himself captured.

He wasn't going to make that mistake again.

"Oh, if it isn't the chief defender of justice," he sneered as Judge Hog drew level with his cell, "come to grace the scum of the earth with his almighty presence."

Judge Hog, for his part, kept his tone neutral. "We have to talk. I need--"

"I don't care what you want," the Skeith grunted. "Go away."

"Tony, don't do this," Judge Hog pleaded. "This is more important than--"

"Don't call me that, Hog. We're not friends," the caged Skeith hissed, whirling around wildly to face the Moehog. "My name is the Iron Skeith..."

"Oh, we know that all too well," Lightning Lenny spat. "I personally scraped your plaque off the Wall of Heroes."

The Iron Skeith grumbled. "What a waste of time that was."

"Worse than being locked in the cell you deserve?" Torchio ground out.

"Defenders, please," Judge Hog said before the Skeith could retort. "We're here to negotiate, not to fight."

Inwardly, the Iron Skeith rolled his eyes. That was Judge Hog, all right. Never any dissent, never any break in his perfect order. Always keeping his Defenders on a leash. When he'd finally broken free of that leash... the only thing he regretted was falling under a tighter hold than before, without any of the benefits he craved.

Focus. Negotiations.

The Iron Skeith looked up, feigning surprise. "And what would the great Judge Hog want with little old treacherous me?" he asked.

Judge Hog got straight to business. "About a week ago, all of Neopia's major villains went off the map. We have no clues and no possible suspects, but as you're still here, clearly they missed those already in our custody. We have reason to believe that whoever is behind this is part of a worse scheme."

A few moments passed in silence before the voice broke out into something he hadn't heard since he'd accepted the slice of omelette -- a gleeful laugh, dark and beautiful. Perfect, the words crowed. Perfect. It all falls into place. Lead them to me, Iron Skeith. This is what you must tell them...

He listened, tantalized by the sureness in the words and the promises of regaining everything he'd lost.

"Iron Skeith," Lightning Lenny grated. "Are you listening?"

The Skeith coughed. "Fine, I'll tell you what I know. I've got nothing to lose anyway." He looked up, unable to prevent the smirk that crossed his face. "I'm not going to give it to you for free, though..."

Author: dianacat777
Date: May 14th
...As the Skeith's silky voice hung in the air, Judge Hog felt his indomitable stature begin to slip. If it had only been the Iron Skeith's size and strength that made him such a threat, the Judge thought with disgust, the Defenders of Neopia could have finished with him long ago. But it was this tone, this eerie, knowing smile, that dug beneath the skin of the Defenders and made the Skeith more slippery than other brutish villains. They'd have to tread carefully, Judge Hog thought to himself. There was no way of knowing where the iron beast's words were going to lead.

"I understand," he began, after a pause, "but of course, we can't promise you any reward until we know what your information is... worth."

"Until we know if you're lying!" Lightning Lenny jabbered, thrusting his beak towards the Skieth's smug grin. "Don't think we won't know, either! We--"

"--will be more than happy to compensate you based on the quality of your contribution," Judge Hog finished with an icy glare in the Lenny's direction, and the speedy superhero was abruptly silent.

Yes, yes, this is perfect, the voice crooned. Now, say it, just the way I said it to you.

"I'll tell you anything you want to know, as long as you promise me something in return first," the Skeith began, his tone smooth and tantalizing. He felt the voice in his head purr with approval, and at the Judge's expectant frown, he broadened his grin and continued.

"Before I tell you everything you need to know, I want you to help me adopt a Kadoatie."

"You... what?" Judge Hog was unable to hide the disbelief in his voice. He had expected a demand for power, freedom, and good standing among the Defenders. He had not expected the desire to care for a Petpet. There had to be a catch somewhere.

"You heard me," the Skeith finished, looking smug. "That's what I want." That's what I want, the voice echoed. And it's what you want, too, of course. Everything you want, you'll get. The Skeith twitched his tail in agreement as the trio frowned.

"Erm, well," Torchio was the first to speak. "That seems rather... fair. I think we can agree. Now, about your knowledge?"

"Kadoatie first," the Iron Skeith snapped. The smile on his face returned to an angry glare. "We have a deal, right, Judge?"

"Yes, we have a deal," Judge Hog agreed, glancing dubiously from Lightning Lenny to Torchio. He held out a paw to the Skeith, waiting for a shake of agreement. "We'll visit the Kadoatery first, and then you'll help us out."

"Of course," the Skeith replied, returning the Judge's firm handshake. "Let's go." He stepped out of the cell, leaving the Spyder's broken web dangling behind him, as Judge Hog pulled back the iron bars. He relished the feeling of open space all around him as he followed along behind the trio while the headed toward the Headquarters Exit, smirking to himself as he listened to the voice's delighted cackle.

Yes, just like this. Lead them here. Lead them straight to me...

Author: sielleis11
Date: May 15th
...They soon heard the mewings of the Kadoaties as they approached the Kadoatery. They gasped as they entered, as the Kadoaties appeared to be in horrible condition.

"Oh no! What's happened? They haven't been fed!" Torchio cried.

"Mr. Iron Skeith?" a welcoming voice said.

The Rainbow Fountain Faerie appeared!

"Don't you just love surprises?" the voice said.

The faerie revealed an odd metallic paint brush, and then quickly and daintily tapped each Kadoatie on the head. The team gasped in horror as they watched them transform from sickly and weak to strong and powerful, the Kadoaties' neon green eyes staring straight into theirs in a haunting way.

"She's turned them all into robots!" Lightning Lenny said, quivering.

The skeith then handed each of them a Wertholoupe. "You're not scared, are you? Go on, feed one."

A long silence made the team even more anxious. Nothing made sense.

"It's feeding time! New main refreshing @15," the voice suddenly chuckled.

"Kadoaties, ATTACK!!!" the Skeith suddenly roared. "Get those bad Neopets that are keeping your precious food from you!"

The team gasped and ran as hundreds of Kadoaties charged toward them...

Author: courtney8blue
Date: May 15th
...Judge Hog had never liked to hurt Petpets, but this was the exception.

"That went even better than planned," the Fountain Faerie said tantalizingly to the Iron Skeith. They both snickered devilishly.

"Why, Naia?" Judge Hog asked as he kicked Kadoaties and sent them flying through the air. "You've always been such a kind faerie, painting the Neopets who complete your quests!"

"And I'm SICK of it!" the faerie shouted. "Hundreds of Neopets, pushing and fighting just for ONE quest? I've learned nothing but the fact that Neopets are crazy, so I'm dealing with them the way I want to for once!"

A robot flew through the air, glinting in the dim light of the Kadoatery, and landed smack dab in the middle of Torchio's head.

Torchio howled with pain as the Kadoatie sliced his claws through the fire, melting slightly at the searing heat. Torchio whirled his head around and flung it off.

"Boss, we have to retreat!" Lightning Lenny shouted as he deflected a multitude of Kadoaties leaping up to attack him.

"We're not retreating!" Judge Hog said, still fighting off the robot Petpets. He karate chopped one right into the Iron Skeith's face.

"You'll pay for that!" the Iron Skeith shouted, rearing up and getting ready to throw the Kadoatie.

Before he could, however, something hit him hard in the back of his head and he slumped to the ground, unconscious...

Author: flames_unleashed
Date: May 16th
...The tide of battle paused. Everyone turned to discover the source of the thrown object.

A shadow twisted in the air behind the Iron Skeith, and for a fraction of a second, Judge Hog and his companions could make out the outline of another faerie. She was gone almost as quickly as she had appeared, though, sucked back into the vortex from which she had struggled to, for an instant, free herself.

Judge Hog shook his head. Had he just seen... Jhudora interfere to save the Defenders? It couldn't be.

The Rainbow Fountain Faerie had frozen in place, her eyes glued to the spot where Jhudora had appeared. The visage had startled her, and it gave Judge Hog and his companions just enough time to re-position themselves and dispatch the last remaining Kadoaties. The Iron Skeith remained in a heap on the floor.

Her creations defeated, the Rainbow Fountain Faerie retreated.

"You were right," Lightning Lenny said. "They have all the supervillains."

"We need to find out who's behind this," Torchio added, "and soon. Let's take him back to HQ," he said, pointing at the Iron Skeith, "and see what we can get out of him."

Judge Hog nodded decisively. "I also suspect that the Rainbow Fountain Faerie has been corrupted. I refuse to believe that such a noble Neopian could act this way of her own accord."

Lightning Lenny and Torchio nodded, and then began the slow process of dragging the Iron Skeith back to Defenders Headquarters.

They had tried asking for his help once; there was only one more thing they could try to get information from him...

Author: phadalusfish
Date: May 16th
...Was it to torture him? No. To provide him with all the riches he desired? No.

When the Iron Skeith had turned to the side of evil and mischief, he did it out of a thirst for power, a hunger for strength.

Now, however, he was essentially Naia's puppet, herself a puppet of... who knows who. An unknown. An unknown who likely captured all of Neopia's elite evil.

Locked in the airtight cell all day, only some sort of heavy magical influence could have contacted the Iron Skeith and swayed him in this unknown individual's direction.

Who, though?

Also, returning to the original question... how would he endeavor to find out?

Judge Hog pondered these things. As the three entered the Defenders HQ dragging their unconscious friend behind him, the Moehog suddenly had an idea. The one thing left of him they could get information from.

"Scan him," he commanded.

***

"The scan results indicate he recently consumed a very... strange omelette," Lightning Lenny reported.

"How strange?" Judge Hog inquired as he gazed over toward the Skeith, who was still out cold and hooked up to the laboratory sensors and equipment.

"It radiates 87% magical decay," Torchio informed. "Dark magic."

"That could explain Jhudora," Judge Hog mused. He then scowled. "Magic is beyond us; there's evidently something afoot in Faerieland... and, especially if Jhudora is involved, Faerieland will likely be targeted first in the grand scheme of things. We must contact our resident magician for clues."

After placing the Iron Skeith in his cell once more -- his quest for authority would have to continue another day -- the Defenders walked off toward Kauvara.

***

"Yes, I can find Naia," the Kau told them. She then closed her eyes and let the magic of Neopia envelop her, sink into her soul, her mind, her being... the Defenders watched in awe.

"This is tough..." Kauvara trailed. Then there was a pause. "Her likeness approaches the Hidden Tower, ready to confront the Faerie Queen herself," Kauvara continued, "but her essence appears to be... nowhere here. Her essence is in the void." She blinked, dazed. "You say this Naia is not the real Naia -- based on my tellings, I believe you."

The Defenders nodded and smiled among themselves. Slowly, they were solving this conundrum.

"However," Kauvara interjected, "I cannot find the 'real' Naia... I cannot find her essence, her spirit. Whoever did this to the Fountain Faerie must have placed her in a realm even my magic cannot search."

"Thanks, Kauvara," Judge Hog said as the three exited.

"Wait, before you go," the Kau hurriedly replied as she ran to her back room and grabbed something before returning, "take this." She put the potion in her hands. "It's a reverse Potion of Concealment, a Potion of Unmasking, if you will. Pour some on this counterfeit Naia and her outer image will be transformed into who her inner essence really is."

Waving a last goodbye, the Defenders left.

***

Torchio and Judge Hog jumped on Lightning Lenny's back. In nothing short of a flash, the Lenny got the three of them to Faerieland.

Very soon thereafter, they entered the Hidden Tower doors.

The Rainbow Fountain Faerie was there! She was just about to battle the Faerie Queen herself.

Without thinking, Judge Hog threw the potion at Naia. It shattered and, screaming, the faerie began to transform.

Fyora walked over to the three. "You didn't have to do that," she said, a bit upset. "I could have handled the situation perfectly fine."

Torchio didn't want to get into any squabbles or anything. "Look!" he shouted to his companions as the Scorchio pointed to the blinding light emanating from the fallen Fountain Faerie.

The light dissipated, and none other than Jhudora was left behind.

Fyora came up to the faerie and handcuffed her.

"NO!" the dark faerie bawled. "Defeated again!"

"Jhudora?" Judge Hog inquired, shocked. "Then... who was your doppelganger from earlier?"

"Fool!" Jhudora shouted. "That was the real Naia!" She sighed. "It was I who kidnapped all the villains -- I swayed them into my influence by magically sending them omelettes. Then, harnessing their collective power, I managed to swap bodies with the Fountain Faerie."

Torchio frowned. "Why not with Illusen? You two are arch-nemeses, and you could have damaged her reputation pretty heavily."

"If Illusen started 'behaving badly,' then what's the logical inference for it?" the dark faerie asked everyone. She then pointed to herself. "I entered Naia for two reasons: one, you Defenders would never suspect me for the crime, and two, do you SEE how Neopians follow the Fountain Faerie around? I could have gotten anything I wanted from the foolish masses, just for giving them a new paint job. Soon, I'd control Faerieland, and then Neopia!"

Judge Hog smiled. "It was all flawless, until Jhudora -- er, the real Naia -- summoned enough magic to escape from your void of evil power in an attempt to stop you and the Iron Skeith... the only Neopet you knew would be close enough to the Defenders to actually lure us into the Kadoatery in an attempt to vanquish us."

Jhudora frowned and looked sadly toward the ground. "That pretty much sums up my downfall."

"Give us back Naia," Fyora commanded.

The dark faerie sighed. In an instant, a second Jhudora appeared in the room. With a wave of Fyora's wand, that Jhudora was turned back into a water faerie.

Naia smiled. "I'm free! And... normal!" She almost cried, she was so happy. "Thanks so much, everyone! I have to get back to guarding my pool now!" Waving goodbye, she quickly left.

Fyora turned back toward Jhudora. "This is the last time, Jhudora... you've got to be locked up, especially after this." The Queen then commenced to take her away... when Judge Hog suddenly intervened on Jhudora's behalf.

"Wait," he started, "let her go free."

Fyora cocked her head to one side. "Continue?"

"As any hero knows, he or she would not exist without a villain. You need to let Jhudora go free... would your goodness exist without someone's evil -- like Jhudora's -- to compare it to?"

He then turned and faced Jhudora. "Jhudora, this is the same reasoning behind why you must let Neopia's villain elite go free, despite being at a cost to us, the Defenders." The Moehog smiled.

Fyora smiled, too. "Alright Jhudora, you may go free, but first, please release your prisoners."

The dark faerie grinned mischievously. "As you wish..."

In an instant, all the villains trapped in her vortex were unleashed in the tower, causing havoc! Jhudora used the ensuing chaos to escape.

Judge Hog witnessed this, but he didn't mind. He grinned and looked toward Torchio and Lightning Lenny. There was, once again, evil to stop.

They could return to being heroes, return to being Defenders.

"Let's start," Judge Hog concluded.

The End

Author: rielcz
Date: May 17th



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