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Week - 591

Architecture of Neopia: Maraqua
by arkwright
Description: Maraqua is the only place in Neopia that produces Maractite – most commonly used in forging weaponry; it is also a key material in structural support, as it is a substance stronger than an iron girder.

Week - 603

Architecture of Neopia: The Lost Desert
by arkwright
Description: Sakhmet Palace itself is the true gem of the Lost Desert, in my humble opinion. From miles around, the glittering onion dome is visible – made all the brighter by the dazzling sun.

Week - 607

Architecture of Neopia: Brightvale
by arkwright
Description: Brightvale, neighbour of the larger Meridell, is in my opinion the cultural capital of Neopia. One need only sample the vivid architecture to feel a sense of this.

Week - 642

Architecture of Neopia: Meridell
by arkwright
Description: As a scholar of architecture, I couldn't visit Brightvale and not take a look at Meridell. It is the vastly larger region to the east of its twin, famed for its simplistic way of life.

Week - 648

Architecture of Neopia: Virtupets Space Station
by arkwright
Description: As I boarded the space shuttle taking me away from my little home Neopia, and watching it disappear into the blackness of the starry space that floods it into insignificance... I could not help but feel small.

Week - 685

Architecture of Neopia: Neovia
by arkwright
Description: The architecture is probably the most important aspect of cultural life in Neovia and it displays its own unique style unheard of before

Week - 688

Architecture of Neopia: Shenkuu
by arkwright
Description: Shenkuu, situated to the North of Altador is the only empire in Neopia. However this title of ‘empire’ is largely ceremonial as the far reaching surrounding mountains that previously made up smaller imperial settlements have been grouped together as Greater Shenkuu.

Week - 689

Architecture of Neopia: Altador
by arkwright
Description: To a scholar of Architecture, Altador is without a doubt the pre-eminent land in Neopia. The prevailing style is known as “classical”. For this reason, I ventured to the ancient land where the sultry evening streets are alive, with warming smells and crackling fires heating takeaway speciality hot dogs and fancy fig pastries. The architecture of this realm is often overlooked in favour of the annually held Altador Cup.

Week - 691

Architecture of Neopia: Moltara
by arkwright
Description: The architecture of Moltara is unique for three main reasons. First of all, it was borne out of pure practicality and scientific inquiry, secondly it has been shut off from the rest of Neopia for thousands of years and thus has remained unchanged, and finally it is able to withstand incredible temperature and pressure.

 
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Top Ten Summer Reads
Because no library is complete without tales of sun and sand!

by sugarycupcakes

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Arthur: A Weapon's Tale: Part Four
By the ninth day, Arthur was weak and incredibly sore. His dreary eyes glanced quickly at the bruises and blisters that covered his feet. As Art staggered, he fell fast onto the cold ground. The fog in the forest surrounded his rigid body, and he fought to strain his head up. Art could see the flicker of some gold up ahead, and he slowly heaved his body forward, lacking the strength to stand back up.

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Architecture of Neopia: Moltara
The architecture of Moltara is unique for three main reasons. First of all, it was borne out of pure practicality and scientific inquiry, secondly it has been shut off from the rest of Neopia for thousands of years and thus has remained unchanged, and finally it is able to withstand incredible temperature and pressure.

by arkwright

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A Trip to the Tomb
It was a cold summer night, all the people on Mystery Island had gone to bed. There were but two people awake on the island, an old Nimmo keeping an eye on the Rock Pool, and the Island Mystic. Or so they thought.

by aprildewdrops

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The Sorceress and the Prisoner: Part Three
Jeran scoured the castle for his sister, a tiny shred of worry in his heart. It was well known he was protective of his sister, despite her being a powerful sorceress. She usually came to him when he called for her, as he did to her, out of mutual respect for the other, but there was no pattering of light footsteps coming towards him, no happy hug to see her brother not training.

by dudeiloled



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