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A Candy Pun

He had quite a big collection too.

by eenlee
The Trials of Neopia's #1 Gamer: Part II

Uh-Oh

Also by artemislknight

by bha288

Head in the Clouds: Aisha Eyes

The power of their vision is just too great for this world.

by yoshisislandbandit
Coconuts...

Where did that coconut come from?

by draggi_pi2
A Pear of Shoes

I love you, too!

Also by o_babypet4me_o

by truebrony

A Claw-ful Pun

He only had one pupil...

by kennielee
Petpet Battles: Expectations vs. Reality

Well...

by vortext
Oh...

Someone got off the wrong foot...

by timezor
Second Helping

Can I have another, please?

Also by kevinthinksyourcute

by whssoftball11

Faerie Caverns Logic

I guess you have to try tomorrow!

by arijuka
Bargain or Bust?

I'm finally a Baby Aisha!

Also by sosuleaf

by marbear_4u

Random Oddness

This is why Dartenne needs supervision.

by mistyqee
Make Some Noise!

Make some noise with Balthazar!

by xsugarush
A Royal Problem

You have nothing to worry about...

by dopestarinc
 
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"The Dark Adventure" by sanamm
She heard blasts in the far distance; cries and shrieks from just outside the room. There was no escape from the Dark Faerie and the slightest possibility of victory was erased when her beasts began to attack. Mena frantically looked around the bedroom, she needed to find a way out and time was not on her side. Suddenly, everything grew quiet. The screams of her friends still echoed in her ears but now all she could hear was the growling from outside the bedroom door. The beasts had arrived and it was only a matter of time before they got inside. *thump* The bookcase wedged against the door shook in terror. *thump* Books began to fall to the ground, books that she cherished and loved to read were now sprawled across the floor. Mena knew the bookcase wouldn't hold - she had to get out. *thump* Mena nervously looked at the window - she would have to jump...it was her only option. She looked at her wings, torn from the earlier battle against the Dark Faerie. There was no way she'd be able to fly her way out but it was her only option. That was her escape.




Other Stories


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Terry’s Terrible Mood and The Awesome Incredible Day
Yes, everything in Neopia was absolutely perfect, from the bright blue sky above to the deep green grass below. You would be hard pressed to find anything wrong today, and that was exactly the problem with it! Because everything was just ridiculously perfect…. except for Terry’s mood.

by kahlen369

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A Witty Draik
A Draik faces a huge problem when Jhudora steals her necklace.

by keruza

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The Perils of Chocolate Pet Ownership
To many Neopians, that sounds like a deliciously decadent sweet treat. To chocolate pet owners, the thought brings horrified tears. With Valentine’s day fast approaching, it’s time to discuss the perils of Chocolate pet ownership.

Also by blackroseofwisdom

by djleclair


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How To Turn Your Motley Pets Into Families!
For those of us who own 20 pets, in all different colors and species, what are some ways of making our pets look like they're in cohesive families? I decided to ask the Neoboards for their own tips and tricks, and it was really fun to chat with my fellow players! So here are our biggest tips for turning our motley pets into actual families! I hope you enjoy reading them, because it was really fun to gather them!

by indulgences

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Southward Bound: Part Four
“Well, I could wish Furgles the Luckiest Babaa was here. There is a way to detach the artefact, and this device has hinted at how to reverse what it did, but there is one small problem in reversing it.”

by kaioti

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Nonlinear Companions: Post Meridiem: Part One
It had been a year since I had stepped the streets of the Meridell market. I was supposed to be meeting Westron at eleven, but I had been swept up in a wave of nostalgia. It was ten to, and I really ought to be heading to the park we first met in, but instead I was just standing there, staring up at the University. My old stomping ground. I wondered what it was like now, how much it would have changed?

by _starryeyedsurprise_



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