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Where the Vandagyres Really Were

The struggles of being nocturnal.

Also by xale22

by sophieauditore

NeoPaper: Surprise Gift

Featuring a random, unnamed Chia.

by mbredboy31
Food Shop with Eric: Discounts

Eric doesn't always consider the consequences.

by roxanna203
A Magnificent Idea

We did not get paid by Neocola to do this.

by memoure
Sunny Side Up: Stealthy

Imagine if paint colors also came with their own set of special abilities.

by amarettoball
Still Grumpy

What do you do if fierce Peophins has eaten too much tin of olives?

by umhiimalexis
Holiday Cheer

The problem with Christmas neopets!

by gumgum101230
More Than Meets The Eye - Dream or Nightmare?

That event sure is random!

Also by im_fariha

by cutecatty1

Ink: Grey Lines

I didn’t always want to be a villain...

by june_scarlet
Birthday Cake

he intention is what counts, right?

by supertualet
Spread The Word!

...Wait...Spread the word about what exactly...?

by innosently
An Awkward Welcome to a New Sibling

Mazurite's way of welcoming his new brother

by mitzplick
Odds are Against You

You're never done until you're destitute

by skypupgoddess
Instrument Shopping

Only the finest quality.

by pinkcrown123
Ray Day

What if I turn into a frog?

by chakpool
 
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"Farewell to Lynwood" by cosmicfire918
From the moment Suhel Caradoc laid eyes on the Lynwood School for Girls, she knew she did not belong there. The little Christmas-coloured Lupe poked out her snout from the window of her carriage, eyeing the grounds with distaste. The lawns were immaculate, the stately trees devoid of low-hanging branches for climbing, and the school building itself was the most boring grey monolith Suhel had ever seen. Even her parents’ house was more interesting because they liked to buy expensive things to show off, but Lynwood seemed to scream dullness—or rather, to whisper it politely. Suhel’s dark green ears drooped. Barring holidays, this was to be her home for the next seven years of her education, and she felt a pit of dread well up in her stomach. “You’re slouching,” her governess said. Suhel stiffened and clenched her paws in her lap, shooting an exasperated glare at the aging, thin-lipped red Blumaroo who sat across from her. She and Miss Matilla had never gotten along, but Father paid Miss Matilla too much for the governess to quit. “I can’t help it,” the Lupe muttered. “These boots pinch my toes and make my paws hurt. And you’ve braided my hair much too tightly.” Sitting up straight was just too much to ask on top of all of the other discomfort Suhel was experiencing. Her long, curly black hair hung in two glossy plaits over her shoulders, although a few bits of frizz had managed to defiantly sneak their way free.




Other Stories


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A Draik's Dessert-Themed Dilemma
The sky was dark, and Batterflies littered the air. Hessron the Plushie Draik was in his bed, trying to sleep. However, his ears were plagued by an odd, creepy noise. Therefore, he got up to investigate.

by _brainchild_

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The Malevolent Candy Vampire
Tulse, by very nature—as he was a most fluffy Marshmallow Grundo—always loved all things sweet. In fact he dedicated his life to sweets and eventually opened up his own bakery where he handcrafted every delectable sweet he could dream up!

by jhudora96

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It's Been Years
It's been six long years for Carly and Kay. We both left Neopets for different reasons, and somehow stayed away for more than half a decade. But like everyone who's spun the Wheel of Monotony knows, sometimes long waits result in vast rewards.

Also by eyecarly

by earthlingdreamz


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Erin’s Extreme Avatar Guide: Extreme Herder
Extreme Herder is one of the more notoriously difficult game avatars, which is understandable, considering the avatar score is a colossal 250 points. This game requires a lot of skill, strategy, and quick reflexes. And, let’s be frank: it also requires a little bit of luck as well.

by krazypinkgurl

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The Burning Book of Moltara: Part Two
"It's right over there, on that island ahead." They had flown around a maze of islands until they seemed to be in the middle of them all. As the three of them reached the beach, the Peophin stopped short and tilted its head towards the shore. "I can't go with you, but it's right over there. You'll know when you find it."

Also by brooklyn3223 and eeames

by mapthesoul


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Orlitz and the Search for the Emerald Crown: Part Three
Orlitz awoke late in the morning after a troubled night of sleep. Yesterday, she had told her friends everything she had discovered at the abandoned cabin, and had even showed them the exquisite crown she had taken from the premises. They all marvelled at the gorgeous head piece, but had little to offer in terms of help.

by josephinefarine



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