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The Adventures of Jake the Explorer!: Part Eight

"If you buy something, I MIGHT have a tale for you," the Shoyru said.

by aisha_enchantress110
Sky Pirates!: Part Six

"I'm sure you are, Mr. Halflook, and I fully intend to pay you," Qin replied. "However, this unscrupulous character has seized the Neopoints I owe you."

by herdygerdy
A Mysterious Heir: Part Six

Syri closed her eyes and waited to be thrown in a cell for the second time today.

by dancer_sakura
Farside Base: Part Five

"Tea-drinking traitor, tea-drinking traitor..." the other members of Farside Patrol taunted...

by freefalldreams
Her Majesty's Champions: Part Five

The six Champions dismounted outside the Faerie Palace and bid their mounts goodbye. Sartos muttered, "Here goes nothing."

by saphira_27
Cycle of the Moon: Part Seven

As Ganduo walked, he was aware that there was little need to worry. No Neopets were foolish enough to be caught outside in the middle of the Lunar Festival.

by reggieman721
An Unlikely Group of Heroes: Part Five

"Maybe we shouldn't try the front doors," the Soup Faerie suggested.

by _lapaix
Outsider Within: Face of Evil - Part Four

"I am a blank page. This is my beginning."

by tashni
A Star-Spattered Sky: Part Three

"Such a nice girl," Silver said, shaking his head. "Such a good pirate."

by buds_and_authors
Regrets and Forgiveness: Part Two

"Look out, Lilly!! I'M COMING TO SAVE YOU!!" he bellowed...

by reeses_pet
Handed in for an English Homework: Part Two

Then, last of all, she had written 'Sorry for what I'm about to do.' My blood ran cold.

by ralph89170
Against the Current: Part Two

"No, Nash, that's really very brave of you, but it's far too dangerous," Mrs. Green said with a weak smile.

by the_real_poetess_123
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"The Whisper in the Attic" by sunbeams
Raindrop loved the rain. I knew, because whenever the sky broke forth into tears there was always an aura of quiet contentment about her. I can't see her, of course- she's invisible. But over time I learned to search for the feeling of her presence, a deep imprint in a cushion, a horseshoe-shaped mark in a layer of dust. Most often I would see a thick book lying open on the old oak desk, its pages turning silently as if blown by some divine wind in a....

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