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||Issue: 257 | 15th day of Gathering, Y8
|A Different Kind of GameIt was an ordinary chessboard; black and white squares
arranged perfectly, pieces poised for their duty...
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|The Terrors of a NeohomeTizenk had run off to the door of our nice
new Neohome. But within seconds she was back again. "Mom, where's the door?"|
|RaekaI thought she would be someone I could look
up to, though only a year older than myself. She had traveled all of Neopia.
I pictured her as worldly and chic...|
|The Great Bicycle RaceThe fact that the Mynci's older sister, Brianna,
had been the champ for the past two years was both inspiring and intimidating
|The Music BoxWho would have thought that a simple wooden box could mean so much?
|Teoko's Kingdom"Ral," he said suddenly as the idea came to him. "Do you think we could make a kingdom?"|
|Tyran's JourneyTyran looked down at his paws and sighed. It
had not been long since he had been turned Mutant, and already people were teasing
and avoiding him like he was a monster...|
|Heir To The ThroneVoleur hated
it. She grew tired of being smothered in a castle, with everything to eat and
nothing to do...|
|A Faerie TaleDon't believe in faeries? Read this!|
|Failing"Hello," she said breathlessly.
"Welcome to Hidden Treasures, the shop that's got all the..." She trailed off
|Card Collections: Guardian of Fire Magic"Jacob, I'm warning you for the last time: stay
hidden until I give the signal..."
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"A Different Kind of Game" by dan4884 and precious_katuch14
A single beam of light shone through the skylight in the ceiling, leaving an eerie effect on the chessboard. Two figures emerged from the shadows, each taking a side of the board. They faced each other, mock concentration on their face. "Jerdana," the Lupe said. "Play fair now..."
|The Band For You: A Guide to the Bands of Neopia|
Here I will give you
a small critique of each band, which will hopefully steer you in the right direction
of picking a band to see. Never again will you have to face that annoying yet
nagging question: Will I even like this band?