|Preparing Neopia for the Meepits
||Issue: 775 | 31st day of Running, Y19
|Storing Your Abominable SnowballSo what is the best way to store your Abominable Snowball for the warmer weather, and what are the optimal ways to care for him or her during the winter months to prepare them for the days ahead? That's what I'm here for!|
|The Best and Worst Dressed Gelerts in Neopia!The most loyal and friendliest creatures in all the lands, with pointy ears and large noses, who else could it be but the Gelert! In honor of Gelert Day, I have for you Neopia’s best and worst dressed Gelerts!|
|Donny and Neopia’s Un-Repairable ItemsUp in the cold, stormy peaks of Terror Mountain sits a simple little Toy Repair Shop run by a red Bori named Donny. Donny is one of the most skilled craftsman, as he has spent many years forging toys and repairing all the well-loved items people bring to him.|
|Advice ColumnI've rummaged through the Neoboards trying to find the most needy Neopians so that I can help them solve all their problems! They've written directly to me with some issues and I have published them all here so maybe you can take something away from it too! Without further ado, here's my advice!|
|Defenders of Neopia: Series 3 - Mission 1 GuideThe long awaited Defenders of Neopia: Series 3 has finally arrived (as I’m sure we’re all aware)! |
|Cracking Eggs: A Guide To Grarrl KenoGrarrl Keno is one of the easiest games to lose.
The concept is fairly simple: there are 80 eggs on the board, only 10 will hatch, and it's your job to select which of those eggs will hatch.|
|Top Five Most Challenging NeopetsWhat better way to turn your life upside-down than by adopting a new family member? And for those who like to push themselves to the max, here’s a list of the Top Five Most Challenging Neopets to raise.|
|ARE WE READY FOR APRIL FOOLS?Since we cannot actually guess what to expect, I’ll tell you the coolest pranks that happened in previous years so you can keep your eyes wide open when the time comes.|
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"The Shadow Man's Game" by sindria_trace
The moon sat high and bright in the sky the fateful night Ahlia the Aisha wandered upon the carnival. She hadn’t been intending on traveling there, far from it actually. Ahlia had been looking for her beloved brother Sam as she always did on nights like this. It was 3 years ago that same night, with the shining moon high in the sky that he disappeared into The Haunted Woods.
It all happened so fast, they were playing on the outer edge of the imposing forest trying to soak up the last few minutes of the warm sunset before their mother was sure to call them for dinner. Sam threw the ball they were playing with just a little too far and it was swept away into the darkness of the forest. They gave each other a brief terror-stricken glance before he assured her that it would be fine. Ahlia weakly smiled back her brother and saw him for the last time.
No one thought that Sam could still be out there. They said if he had not made it out of those woods within the first few hours then he never would. Ahlia however never gave up hope, she was certain that she could find him and with each trek into the crumbling forest she felt she was getting closer.
“Well, of course not. But being a recluse for the rest of time won't help you, either. It's time to try something new. See?” She waved one stitched paw out in front of them, encompassing a wall of cacophony.
|Before the Rise|
The speckled Xweetok didn’t mean to explode the stupid little Bruce’s pencil case. But he’d insulted her glasses, and everyone seemed to forget that part. And then the pencil case exploded completely on its own!
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|Do You Believe In Magic: Part Three|
As strange as the rest of his journey had been thus far, this felt like real magic. The rest could have been pre-arranged, actors stationed at various points in the subterranean caverns for some unknowable reason, but this…this couldn’t have been done naturally. This was his wish come true. This was adventure.
|Return to Lynwood: Part Six|
“Children, come here a moment.” The two boys wasted no time in complying. They seemed to perpetually be in a race with each other, while their older sister took her time descending the stairs. “Millie, darling, it’s all right,” Lexora said. “They won’t hurt us. They’re—our friends.” She shot a smile at Suhel, who returned it.