This is where you will find miscellaneous stories and articles that I submit to the Neopian Times that aren't necessarily part of an extended series. Usually they are little things that I wrote on a whim, and they vary greatly in tone and quality. Regardless, I hope you enjoy!
Small note, but the titles of incomplete stories are tentative and subject to change. So don't be surprised if you see that one of the listed titles is suddenly different. (Also the picture on this page is a bit old, I'll be replacing it pretty soon.)
A short story about a rainbow krawk named Perry who has recently run away from home and is trying to survive as a street thief. He runs into trouble, however, when he trespasses on the territory of a local gang.
This story is one of my shorter ones, and not the best quality. Still, it's fun to look back at this relatively simple story, and giggle at Perry's inexplicable girly eyelashes in the preview image.
There is one aspect of the Times that is oft overlooked and under-appreciated, an element to the paper that has been with it since its inception. And in honor of Issue 650, I would like to at last bring this integral component into the limelight. I am speaking, of course, of the Neopian Times preview images...
What happens to heroes after the day has been saved? Some go on to become high ranking officials of the lands they helped to save, like Brynn and Hanso. Some take to a life of adventure, like Hanna, Garin, or Roxton. But for the Roberta of Brightvale, one of the heroes of the Darkest Faerie's attempted takeover of Neopia, life after heroism has landed her behind a shopkeeper's stall. And she's getting very tired of being under-appreciated.
Something is amiss with the Snowager. It has gone inexplicably berserk, attacking villages throughout Terror Mountain. It's up to Corinth Glints, the tyrannian Lupe otherwise known as Steel, to solve the mystery of what has happened to the great serpent.
Years ago, Heermeedjet and Merouladen stole King Coltzan's crown at the behest of Malkus Vile. The crown was eventually recovered, and placed in it's proper slot in Coltzan's shrine, where the ghost of the great king has given blessings to all who visit him. Now, however, the crown has vanished yet again, and Coltzan's spirit is nowhere to be found. Implicated in the theft, the Meerca brothers must work together to find the true culprit and recover the very same crown they themselves stole all those years ago.