|Battle Quills... ready!
||Issue: 304 | 10th day of Hiding, Y9
|Labyrinth of DreamsThe sky wasn't the blue of the day, nor the black of the night, the pink of the morning or the fire of the sunset. Instead, it was splotched with wavy colors that merged into each other like a negative photo of a rainbow...|
|Nowhere"Jamie, I think we're lost!"|
|Unwinding, Sloth StyleFor one hour each day, Dr Sloth locks his door. What could he be doing during that time?|
|A Superstitious Scarabug"Daddy, why does everyone think that Scarabugs are so lucky?"|
|The Danger of Clockwork Yooyus"Just keep away from the Clockwork ones..."|
|The Price of an EnemyKrell Vitor, captain of the Haunted Woods team, stepped in front of me. This team had kicked us out of the tournament last year...|
|Shenkuuvian LuckHe was peering into tiny cages of Petpetpets. They were tiny little things and were dark brown. "I've never seen or heard of these before. Shenkuu has so many unique..."|
|Prank at the Pick-n-Go"Olives?" she repeated, squinting at him. "Uhh, they'd be in with the cans of petpet food..."|
|Fyora's StatueThere's a little problem with the Lab Ray...|
|A Neopian Fable: Where The Fruit Chias Came FromMany years ago, there was an old Gelert who lived alone in a small cottage...|
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"Unwinding, Sloth Style" by shaved_ham
The door closed behind him, and the two Grundos relaxed a bit. "What do you think he does in there?" the orange Grundo on the right asked, gesturing to the doors...
The thing with potions is, you see, that they have many, MANY different functions. It is definitely advised that you know what a potion does before you use it...
|The Disappearance of the Heiress: Part Six|
The house they stood in front of was not much bigger than the flat above Fruits of Brightvale, but someone – probably her governess – had grown Bluebells in a window box, which made it look somewhat more homelike...
|Smurdnunoc: Part Six|
"What're you talking about?" Lennert yelled back, despite the fact that the two of them were standing right next to each other; they had to shout just to be heard. "It's fine, Hawkins!"