|A Yurble stole my cinnamon roll!
||Issue: 772 | 10th day of Running, Y19
|Do Royals Make Good Leaders?While many royals lead quietly, there are some prominent faces in the royal community who have had to make decisions in times of crisis. While at the time their decisions may have been considered good, what does history say now? It’s time to examine an important question: do royals make good leaders?|
|An Interview with Ex Altador Cup PlayersSo, I was sitting at my house in Faerieland and I wondered. Where are those players who used to play in the Altador Cup? What about their lives? Do they plan to make a comeback?|
|Neopian Royalty: Queens and PrincessesNeopia is a vast world with many different lands and a rich history. The Neopets site features a long list of characters, and in this article we shall gaze upon royalty as we learn more about the leading ladies of Neopia, the queens and princesses. |
|Citizen’s Complaints About Their Rulers & LeadersMost if not all the current rulers and leaders are revered by his or her people. However not everyone may look upon their ruler or leader with high regards. Whether they had been personally wronged, feel they aren’t fit to rule, or just don’t like them, every ruler and leader has a group of citizens who have complaints about them.|
|Interviewing RoyaltyNeopian Royalty can often add an interesting perspective to a story. Sometimes, it is necessary to send a journalist out to the field to interview royalty in order to gather their perspectives. It can oftentimes be intimidating, especially when one is on their first assignment.|
|Inside the Neopian History: Leaders of All TimeNeopia has countless of leaders: from Governors to Kings and Queens, all of them rule their land with passion and strength. If you want to know a little more about them, just keep reading!|
|How to Dress like RoyaltyMaybe you have a royal ball coming up, or you need to look the part for a play or some other type of event. Whatever the reason for your desire to be part of higher society, if you need help with some key style choices, look no further!|
|Royal Treatment: History of the Royal Paint BrushQueen Fyora, in all of her benevolent greatness, offered the extraordinary chance for our Neopets to become princes and princesses with the introduction of the Royal Paint Brush in Year 6. |
|King Of The Castle - Castle Battles GuideThis guide will serve as a way for you to maximize your score and help you to easily destroy King Skarl's castle, hopefully earning you a brand new trophy for your cabinet. I want to take you through the history and past of the game as well and give a little background as to why Skarl and Hagan are battling.
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"The King of Qasala" by seraphfire
Jazan contemplated telling them about his fears, but decided against it. He couldn't bear the thought of bothering Nabile with such concerns, and was worried that the Nightsteed would do something rash to settle the issue.
Of course, the general public of Neopia was under the impression that his father HAD returned, bound under tight control, for last year's Heroes vs. Villains Daily Dare, but the truth was that was simply a robot that the Avinroo family commissioned a team of Moltaran and Kreludorian scientists to create a robotic likeness of him. Jazan felt so much disgust at the event. He did not consider himself to be a hero, and felt unworthy to serve as the mascot for that side of the challenge. He also thought that the robotic form of his father was a terrifying abomination. He feared the mere sight of it, and had even speculated that it could possibly serve as a vessel for his father's spirit to return to Neopia. His father was knowledgeable in arcane arts from all around the world, and it wouldn't surprise him if Mystery Island or Shenkuu or even the nomadic tribe living in the nearby Haunted Woods had an long forgotten spell that could allow him to control a likeness of himself.
|We Are Made of Choices|
Perhaps not so much reading, as reminiscing. His paw pads traced the titles on the spines of the history books, reminding him that he actually remembered so much of what they called “history” these days. In Neopia, he thought, heroes never died—they just went away for a while.
|Of Sisters and Queens|
Whack. Whack. Whack. Whack. Whack.
I followed the sound of what seemed to be a great clatter to where mine sister was repeatedly hitting her head against the wall. She did not look pleased.
“Aerlliin, what art thou doing?” I flinched as she continued the action. “Dost that not cause thee Pain?”
|The Beast: Part Three|
Had “The Beast” had a door put in the side and changed his mind? What kind of “Beast” puts an easy entrance on the side of its evil lair? They hadn’t even vocalised any of these questions, but all of them had a lot of questions about the doorway.