|Neopia, Year 200 Book II: Earthly Winds - Part Ten"Good to see you're awake, Yorick," Braxis said, standing next to Kauthena at the foot of the Draik's bed. "You weathered a pretty bad storm."|
|Sailing the Stars: Part Eight"Take this!" Sloth yelled and they saw two large missiles launch from his ship, heading straight for them!|
|Secrets of Shiryoku: The Gift - Part SixWe knew that we had to leave. We still had a chance to change this alternate reality if we did.|
|A Lesson Well Learned: Part Five"My guess is he's still back at the institute somewhere, along with all the other students who mysteriously vanished during the last week."|
|From Mud to Royalty: Part Four"Fyora's castle is huge, and it's not like we can walk in and ask a faerie, 'Hi, where does Fyora keep all her valuable items?'"|
|Hannah, Garin, and the Terribly-Named Treasure: Part Five"Oh, no, no, no, no, no. This CANNOT be happening."|
|Messenger: The Trouble With Selkets - Part Four"Here we are," Midnight announced, as a huge wall loomed into sight. "Sakhmet." The city was bright, hot, and busy...|
|Visions: Journey to Shenkuu - Part ThreeThe Wocky pulled back the string, sure of his aim. Nil had to act without flaw or hesitation or else the Lupe would die.|
|A Darker Shade: Part Three"Sure," he said. "Lots of people love their pets."
"But you don't?"
|A Tale of Two Acaras: Part Three"I enjoyed today very much, but I miss Meridell," Jo said timidly.
"Nonsense," snapped the Dark Faerie.
|Of Potions and Paintbrushes: Part FiveShe found herself walking through the National Neopian's grand, imposing, metre-thick doors and into the lobby inside...
Also by antiaircraft
|The Painted Pets Club: Part Two"Don't go," urged Stacy. "They're nothing but a bunch of pretentious snobs, pretending to be better than everyone else."|
|More Powerful than Magic: Part Two"How? She's been a statue for fourteen years! How in Neopia could she have gotten loose?"|
|Suns Ablaze - Story One: Part TwoThe rain was hitting harder now, forcing the waves to wash closer to the Cove on the shore. "I don't remember it being this dark,' Molly murmured...|
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"Fortuna Laspus" by kioasakka
It was probably the eye patch. Though the green Aisha wasn't doing anybody any harm, simply by walking into the café and ordering a cup of coffee, she had elicited nervous glances and guarded looks from everyone inside. She sighed internally. The trench coat probably didn't help, either. The poor Wocky behind the counter had trembled terribly when the Aisha had...
Once they were outside the thick gold doors, Tetchla turned to her older brother. Her face crumpled in frustration and sorrow. "Katte, this is awful!" she moaned. "How am I supposed to find a dress at this late notice?"
Occasionally a passing guard or security drone would stroll by and break the silence, but nothing else did – nothing, that is, save for three dark-cloaked figures darting through the bright halls.