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Blossoms~ Snowball Effect Part 16

*takes a huge drink* What was that, by the way?

by twillieblossom
Ink: Dark Contrast - Part 11

Cavus! I demand an explanation!

by june_scarlet
Head in the Clouds: The Perfect Petpet Pt. 2

You've got to be kidding.

by yoshisislandbandit
Lame Pun Presents: Holiday Hijinks part 6

So, what's with the Hall of Heroes?

by blackaavar
If You Say So

You didn't say "so"

Also by Patjade

by izzywizard

NeoPaper: History Lesson

So many things that must be explained to a young Neopet...

by mbredboy31
Darkest Corner

LUNA!

by dark_elfa
Another Year To Wait

You can take off your costume now.

Also by superchik137yut

by o_babypet4me_o

Which Holiday?

Oh yeah, that was it.

by linework
Hannah's Birthday

Kanrik is exhausted from planning Hannah's birthday party.

by taynacious
Web Developer

It's what he was born to do.

Also by kevinthinksyourcute

by whssoftball11

The Hungry Skeith Strolling

... Hide your food

by janderson_lee
First Kadoatie Feed

Off to play games I go...

by flustre
Inside My Kyrii's Mind

I'm hungry.

by rickrelics
 
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"A Pirate No Longer" by rocksysmom
Due smiled brightly as she pulled the fresh loaf of bread out of the oven. While she had always been an amazing cake decorator, the jelly usul felt that she needed to perfect her ability to cook bread to advance in the bakery. She spun away from the oven and so that she was facing the kitchen table. Just as she was about to call out for her sisters to come and try the fresh, warm bread, she let out a yelp of surprise. At the table, there was an unfamiliar xweetok. The xweetok’s forehead was flat against the table, so all Due could see was an adorable grey outfit and shining blonde hair underneath a grey hat. Just as Due was about to gently ask why a stranger was in her kitchen, the xweetok spoke. “Money’s going to be tight.” The voice was unusually raspy and gruff, but Due knew instantly that it was her sister. Due took a deep breath and sat down at the table. She gently placed the loaf of bread in the center of the table and looked down at her paws. There was an awkward silence. Due knew what she always said, but at the same time, she had a feeling that it was the last thing Sue wanted to hear. After Sue had promised their owner to always care for her sisters, she felt an intense need to always provide more than they could ever want. Though Sue rarely showed it in her typical worn down state, Due knew that her sister was verbose and loved nothing more than to be listened to.




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A Pirate No Longer
At the table, there was an unfamiliar xweetok. The xweetok’s forehead was flat against the table, so all Due could see was an adorable grey outfit and shining blonde hair underneath a grey hat. Just as Due was about to gently ask why a stranger was in her kitchen, the xweetok spoke.

by rocksysmom

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Oh, Happy Day!
“You’d better hurry or we are going to be late! We don’t want all of the good items to be taken by the time we get there,” I reminded her with a slight roll of my eyes. We really needed to practice the whole being on time thing. Minutes later I heard her clambering down the stairs.

Also by signallives

by the_ezzy


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The Accomplishments You'll Never Get Credit For!
Inspired by the idea of having accomplishments that we will never get credit for, I decided to wander over to the Neoboards and ask my fellow players what THEIR projects are, and why they decided to blaze on with them even if they'll never get avatars or trophies for completing them. What are their goals that are purely personal?

by indulgences

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Of Feathers and Quills: A Review of Weewoo Behavior
Weewoos are fascinating creatures, and the subject of rigorous scientific study.

by parody_ham

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Chasing Treasure: Part Eight
Bannok felt numb. He joined the throng of jeering pirates and almost didn't care if he was seen. Everyone's attention was on the Arkmite, on Bannok's captured ship.

by aethelar

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Janet and Jane: The Case of the Faked Test Scores: Part Two
I knew it was a big campus, but this was much bigger than I predicted. Surely with a campus this big, there were a lot of students that had many different stories. Not to mention the amount of area we had to cover in search of clues.

by chasing_stars44



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