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The Brain Tree
Beyond the entrance
To the dark, mystic woods
Lies a creature that tops off
All the nasty, evil crooks.
Swaying his arms in the autumn mist,
His bone-hard bark stronger than any fist.
But who of all the creatures
In Neopia could be so evil?
Alas, the Brain Tree is the one
To cause this upheaval.
With a brain the size of Roo Island, he knows all,
Nothing can compare to
Something so wise and tall.
With eyes as red as Coltzan's gem,
No one dares approach this giant stem.
His attitude is shown by where he is at home,
Planted right beside the Stone Battledome.
All other citizens of great Neopia must cower,
For his mighty swing has no comparison
To some lifeless flower.
So next time you visit
The Haunted Woods of the Brain Tree,
Don't even think, for you must flee!
Jeran of Meridell
A little Lupe just ran and ran
To find a warm and loving hand.
These mountains were not those he knew,
The grass and trees all wild grew.
He saw a castle, white and red,
And to that place his kind heart led.
The knights of Meridell with open arms
Took in all the young Lupe's charms.
He met the king with his great crown,
And with his sharp teeth and his frown,
But then when he saw the small pup's face,
The anger left without a trace.
And thus the two became fast friends.
But Jeran always had loose ends,
For he was not from Meridell lands,
And 'gainst him rose all many hands.
Yet he had found a home at last
In his future and his past,
For from the past his sister sprang,
And in his future a journey rang.
And he alone, with sword and shield,
Did 'gainst darkness always yield.
The Citadel of Darigan bent,
By Jeran did it meet the end.
And here he found a span of peace,
Which one day did abruptly cease,
For again to war he found his path,
To fight against the Citadel wrath.
On the Citadel was he once more,
Right at its heart, at its very core.
Jeran did through all guards pass,
And finally fight the twisted Kass!
Start the game in Normal Mode,
Scanning every boulder.
Spot the timer, bash it out,
Relax and slump each shoulder.
Clicking, clicking, calmer now,
Erasing every colour.
Breezing through the first few levels,
Feeling increasingly cooler.
On to Extreme! Ready, set, go!
A race against the clock.
The boulders keep coming; your mouse is the key
To open this never-ending lock.
Row after row, those boulders come.
Bash them, hurry, chop chop!
Just when you think you've got them all,
More come -- why won't they stop?
That was tough. You've got lots of points.
You wipe the sweat from your brow.
Normal, Extreme, you've done the hard ones,
It's time for some stress-relief now.
Zen Mode is cool, Zen Mode is fun.
No points, but it makes you feel better.
You turn to go; a good thing, too,
Before your brow gets any wetter.
Lone Little Usul
The wind howls and combs through the trees;
The Haunted Woods never hears pleas;
And a lone little Usul
With a lone little light
Is trying to make her way home in the night.
The castle that looms in her path
Is housing a spirit of wrath,
But the lone little Usul
With her feet tired and sore,
Unknowing, she steps through
The wide open door.
The door slams, and Eliv Thade shouts:
She must answer him to get out.
And the lone little Usul,
All alone for the task,
Just hopes she can solve all the puzzles he asks.
The dining room first gives her aid;
No food on the table -- a blade.
So the lone little Usul
Who to fight never tried
Walks on through the darkness,
A sword at her side.
The kitchen is cold, but it yields
Another tool for her to wield,
And a lone little Usul,
To protect her from harm,
Walks on through the cobwebs,
A shield on her arm.
The library yields her a book
That seems to ooze death at her look
But the lone little Usul,
Since she isn't a mouse,
At last learns the secret why
Thade haunts the house.
(Though gloating and smug, still he mopes.
She slowly realizes he hopes
That a lone little Usul,
Though all others have failed,
Might beat him and banish him
From where he's jailed.
She still finds her way by him barred;
He won't make it any less hard;
But the lone little Usul,
Though she trembles and shakes,
Keeps creeping along
Through the puzzles he makes.)
The bedroom's the worst horror yet:
An evil soul-gleam amulet,
But the lone little Usul,
With her nerves all a wreck,
Walks on to the light
With the cord 'round her neck.
At last Gilly reaches the crypt;
A scream from the zombie is ripped;
But the lone little Usul,
Though alone and afraid,
Completes the spell freeing herself and the shade.
Dreaming of Faerieland
In his bed just past midnight,
A Lupe is snoring, sleeping tight.
What awaits him in his mind?
Will he have a dream so fine?
The purple mist clears, and he sees
Fluffy clouds, not towering trees.
A water faerie slowly beckons him
To come visit her Healing Springs.
He is excited now, prancing about,
Soon finding himself at Jhudora's Cloud.
She scares him with her huge demands
Of rare items that will drain his funds.
All of a sudden, he finds himself
Spinning a wheel, restoring health.
Strangely enough, he is now on the floor
Of the Hidden Tower, the stuff of lore.
Fyora smiles sweetly and kindly offers
Her treasures for free, no harm to his coffers.
The gaping Lupe points out to a brush
That will make him look both regal and lush.
It flies into his outstretched hands,
But at this moment the fantasy ends.
A speck of sunlight shines on his head
As the wistful Lupe gets out of bed.
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