|Where there's a Weewoo, there's a way
||Issue: 240 | 19th day of Hunting, Y8
|Tropical Tragedy: Search for the Jungly Jem - Part Four"If we go
back and are captured, then the looters will be able to find the Jem with ease..."|
|Return of the Double Agent: Part Eight"Jeran, don't make me use this wand on you.
Kayla's been tweaking it lately and she can make it spout mutant Kadoaties..."
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|The Five Sacred Stones of Geraptiku: Part FiveI couldn't see Tura-Kepek, but I could hear
him. He was walking towards my hiding spot in the dark...|
|The Day The Plushies Took Over!: Part ThreeWhen they got to the top, they found a big throne and although
it looked empty, at the very bottom sat a plushie Meepit...|
|The Path to Freedom: Part ThreeIt was cold in the evil clouds. Rain splashed
on Sampson and Julie constantly; after being in the cloud for five minutes,
they were soaked through...|
|The Fall of Qasala: Part Three"Who cares? The illusion was about to fail,
and we can hold them anyway," Jazan insisted sulkily...|
|The Lost King of Geraptiku: Part TwoWhen the spinning stopped, Donis opened his
eyes, and couldn't believe what he saw...|
|Nothing is As it Seems: Part TwoAnother snarl from
behind them was followed by a flash of light that illuminated the fleeing pets'
path. There was a crash...|
|Chronicles of the Court Rogue: Treachery - Part TwoMareian had always suggested that a good bonfire
would fix his perpetual paperwork problem; right now he was seriously considering
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"Ezanna on Edge" by battlesunn
The skunk Krawk tried mustering the energy to work, but whenever he thought of taking a sheet of paper, writing out the question and filling in the answer, his heart began to beat at a quicker pace and his claws became moist with sweat. "I'll never finish it all..."
|Trading Post - a Simple Guide|
It has been my experience that a good many Neopians tend to overlook
the Trading Post as a viable source of good deals, either because they haven't
the patience to seek them out or because they are driven away by the chance at
making a bad deal. I find it a shame...