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Blossoms~ Snowball Effect Part 6

You'll wish you were my friend!

by twillieblossom
An Extraordinary Weapon : Fur Boots

Who said you can't win a battle in a pair of designer boots?

by starsbc
Lame Pun: Training School

Today's Moral: THINK. FIRST.

by blackaavar
Changes in a Minute: Magical Bookshop

When intelligence is hard to come by.

Idea by lifeguard1993

by aupins

Random Events In Wrong Places #1

Such bad timing!

by royal_real
Gargarox Has A Poor Strategy

Perhaps that's not the best idea...

by x0x_gina_x0x
Shopkeeping Shenanigans

The poor Ruki just wanted to help.

by andromedric
Pounding a Neopet...

Weren't you being cruel enough?

by chizuru
Ink: Dark Contrast - Part 1

New to Ink or want a recap? Catch up at http://www.neopets.com/~Ronjono

by june_scarlet
Visiting Coltzan's Shrine

We're in Neopia Central...

by flustre
Woodland Hugs

There we go!

Also by therainbowsheep

by suspensiion

King Laughing

When Vivi tries to give wise advise...

by innosently
Chihiro vs Neopia #3

Guess you didn't know where to draw the line, huh.

by notquitesanitary
Ghostly Woes

Give him a break!

by fanofjake
 
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"Finding the Right Place" by sky_lady
It was a pleasant and sunny morning in Meridell. Melanie was lying in her large bed looking through the window while the rays of sunshine were gently touching her face. "Here we go again." Melanie heavily sighed. Melanie, was an adult white Kacheek with brown hair. She was very creative so she was supposed to organize a picnic for her and her friends. It was the end of the Summer and her vacations were almost over. It was the time of the year that Melanie organized a picnic with a different theme and location. She had been doing so for the previous five years. She was the best at organizing their little parties and she was always looking forward to do so. For some reason this year she wasn't quite happy about it, though. She couldn't find inspiration and she was lacking of fun ideas. Lucy was meeting her shortly. "Time to get up and get things done, I guess." Melanie said as she was slowly getting up from her warm bed. She went to the bathroom, grabbed a pink brush and while she was brushing her hair, Melanie looked herself into the mirror. "I'm getting old." she sighed. Melanie got down the stairs and when she was going to the kitchen to prepare her breakfast, the doorbell rang. "Just a minute, please." Melanie shouted as she dragged herself to the door. When she opened the door, a ray of sunshine lighted all the hallway. It was indeed a sunny morning and so it was the perfect day for a picnic. A little Cybunny dressed in a fussy red dress was standing in front of her. "Hey Mel! How are you today?" Lucy asked as she was already hugging Melanie. "Ugh, can't believe you are still on your pajamas!" Lucy complained with a cheerful smile on her face. Lucy was a very friendly yellow Cybunny, with curly brown hair and rosy cheeks. Like all the Cybunnies she was short and very energized. "Hello Lucy. You came earlier than I expected." Melanie babbled, crossing her arms in front of her chest. "Right. Groceries shopping went faster than I expected! I already bought everything for our picnic, I guess I didn't forget anything." Lucy claimed very excited. "Lets see... I bought bread, ham, peanut butter, you love peanut butter, right?" Lucy listed the groceries with a big smile on her face. "I also bought lots of yummy cheese, apple juice, orange juice for Bella, strawberries, blackberries... I may have bought more stuff but I can't recall everything." Lucy finished.




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The World Beyond Meerca Chase
“Game over! Here are your Neopoints!” Alistair grinned until the latest player walked away, carrying a pouch of shiny Neopoints, and then sighed and placed his head in his paws. This was not an easy task for a Meerca, but he managed it somehow.

by lunarchronicles

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Too Good to be True
Taking a sip of his morning coffee, Dr. Frank Sloth let out a sigh and began his morning ritual of sorting through his mail. A group of pesky Grundos had thought it’d be funny to sign him up to a variety of mailing lists. Even with his vast power and influence, he’d had been so far unsuccessful in stopping it.

Also by bananacheesemonkey96

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Throw Together Cooking
Here you'll receive step-by-step training on how to take the most commonly given out daily food stuffs, and make them into something even Kelp waiters would eat on a Tuesday night after getting home from a long shift.

by queen_potema

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I Tried Gross Foods So You Don't Have To
Doctor's note: The author is still recovering.

by bizniscorg

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Janet and Jane: The Case of the Amnesiacs: Part Six
I should've seen it. Even with my amnesia, I should've seen that Dee was Jackie. She was pretending to have amnesia. She responded to the name Jackie. She had a better grip of what was going on than I did. I should've known something was up with her. It was too obvious.

by chasing_stars44

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The Price of Greatness: Part Three
A feeling of foreboding hangs over you, and your throat constricts in response. The dull whir of a fan blade echoes from a nearby chamber. You run towards it without knowing why. The end of the hallway brings you to a junction with hundreds of possible paths.

by xxskyisfallingxx



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