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||Issue: 465 | 15th day of Collecting, Y12
|Thanks for the Memories"Hey, you ready for the big move?" I was just as excited as he was; Mystery Island sounded so cool. |
|Hidden TalentA job sounded an awful lot like work, something we both studiously avoided.|
|Chasing A GameIt was not that they would deny her. But she was slender and a girl, so they thought she could not play with them without getting hurt. |
|Good Night, Sleep TightI know, I know, she's only a baby, but she's a menace, I tell you!|
|Origins of a Shop WizardHe took a cautious sip from the chocolate. "You know, I used to be a terrible shopper."|
|The Chronicles of Fenwick: Shadows Two figures in black cloaks identical to her own had appeared – one from the top of the stones... the other, through them. |
|True Heroes"You know she's in hiding. She's the Zafara Double Agent, after all. I don't think she'd go around advertising it." |
|The Lost SnorkleI am not happy right now. I was almost eaten. Yes, you read correctly. I WAS ALMOST EATEN. Who even does that anymore?|
|Girl vs Boy: Unis in the BattledomeMy armor-clad hooves nailed my opponent square in the chest. That blow took the last of his hit points...|
|Ilsith's Imagination"Now, I'm gonna show you all something amazing. Nobody else can do this, not anybody anywhere, not ever!"|
|Boring BoriThe pound is a harsh place for an uninviting pet.|
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Ti–Key: Your Guide
In my opinion, the starting point is the most important thing in the Ti–Key board. This is because it is not very symmetrical, as some of the others are, for example Chocolate and Springtime. The best houses to get here are Neopia Central and Lost Desert. This is because both lead to a straight path through all the keys straight to the door. The order would be: Yellow, Red, Green, Blue, White and then straight to the door. Of the two houses, I prefer Lost Desert. Why? It's very simple! If you roll a 2, you get 200 NP, whereas everything else is the same. So this is a nice advantage to think about. Another thing is, of course...
|The House on the Hill: Part One|
Most of the stories of Werelupes and wicked faeries roaming the forest were just that — stories — but every once in a while, they turned out to be true, and even the most fearless denizens of the Woods weren't willing to take such a risk.
|Statues: Part Two|
The second Falyn's light shoes touched the ground could not have been soon enough for the terrified Acara on her back.