||Issue: 259 | 29th day of Gathering, Y8
|Sleight of HandI've always had a fondness for magic, one might say; it's
always been a part of my life...|
|The Upper Crust GuildMany young
pets were busy in neoschool. One young Bori, however, was not in neoschool. This
was because he had been suspended twelve seconds after arriving...|
|A Puzzle Piece Palace"A day filled with rain doesn't have to be a horrible day. You can still do
something with it..."|
|Roses are Black: Rise to FameShe took out her sleek, black electric guitar and began to play so
loudly that the neighbors were holding their hands over their ears...|
|Green Kougra, Up for Adoption!Arribon narrows
his eyes suspiciously -- eyes that are almost as green as his vibrant fur. "You
want to adopt me, don't you?"|
|IsaikoA black book lies abandoned on the stone table.
The cover, illuminated only by the dim light of three torches hanging from the
walls, bears the following name in flowing golden script...|
|Take-Out Night"What do you guys want for dinner?"|
|Nimmo No MoreA happy blue Nimmo's tale of his family initiation rituals...|
|Pirates Don't Take Bubble Baths"I know
you've only been a pirate for a couple *sneeze* weeks, but pirates are tough.
Not *cough* girly..."|
|The Tale of Uglyfoot the KougraIt was Misty's decision
to start real school, as she called it, so Lizzy enrolled her in the neighborhood
neoschool, Faerie Cloud Neoschool...|
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Court Dancer Speaks
The other day, as I was playing with my Court Dancer Plushie and jingling my Court Dancer Tambourine, I couldn't help but wonder where the Court Dancer could have fled to after having her disguise lifted. That's why I packed my Faerie Backpack and set off around Neopia. After days of trekking...
|Pinky the Brave: Part One|
Some said being sent to camp
was worse than being sent to the pound. Ema knew exactly what they meant as
she stood in the line, sweat pouring down her back...
|Beauty of the Snow: Part Three|
had interrogated the Aisha for a good half hour before finally giving up on
finding out where she lived, and a faint thought still lurked in the back of
her mind that an owner and siblings, somewhere, were worrying over when the
Aisha would come home...