|The inside scoop on Jelly W-argh! *choke*
||Issue: 458 | 27th day of Hiding, Y12
|Old vs New: Which Game is For You? Part IVThis week my pets and I decided to head to Tyrannia...|
|Spooky Food - Overrated or Underappreciated?The question remains, though, is spooky food worth the price?|
|All You Need to Know About KorbatsIf you're thinking about adopting a creature of the night, you might want to read this article first.|
|Kougras & YouWelcome to my guide to Kougras, the best neopet ever! |
|A Complete Guide to Mutant Graveyard of Doom IIA guide to monsters, mazes, and treats.|
|The Invisible Paint Brush - Why It's A Good ThingThe invisible brush is your saviour. Read on, naive, prejudiced, young Neopian.|
|The Lesser Known Mutant History (Sloth vs. Krawley)Krawley's role in the history of mutants is not known as clearly as Sloth's, nor is it as understood, yet there is very loose evidence that seems to link the two in the history of Neopia's mutants.|
|Magnificent MutantsIt is understandable why some pets and their owners are hesitant about trying out the Mutant colour. |
|Mutants Have Feelings TooIt's just... strange to be here. I mean, to be treated like a normal neopet instead of people pretending I don't exist or gawping at me like I've got three heads or something. |
|The Appeal of MutationsThere is nothing more aesthetically pleasing than Mutant Neopets. |
|Back-To-Neoschool EssentialsHere is a list of essential Neoschool items your Neopet won't want to do without.|
|Appetizing Mutant RecipesAh, the delights of Transmogrification...
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|Neopian Trend Watch: Back to SchoolRemember: Basic White Shirt.|
|Not So Different After All: Mutant Equality!For approximately a decade, Mutants have lived among us and worked hard to become respectable, responsible Neopets, despite their physical deformities.|
|Managing MutantsBefore your pet downs that nasty concoction, you should find out if you and your neopets could manage a mutant. |
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"The Shape-Shifter's End" by purplepeggie
They were all talking excitedly. I figured they were probably the newbies' pets, being zapped for the first time. I recognized the Gelert, now half orange and half purple. "Split," I said, cutting into their conversation. "Not bad for the first time." The Gelert grinned eagerly. "Thanks!" she squeaked. "I was super scared, but it turned out super great, and now I'm super happy! My owner has been saving up for the Lab Ray Map for a super long time..."
No, thank you. I rather like it here. Scenic in a way you can't find in Faerieland, overflowing with star struck tourists.
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Sometimes a self centered pet needs to be taught a lesson.