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When Tomato Plants Attack

A mage on a farm? Guess agriculture must be their chosen…field.

by precious_katuch14
The Nightmare

Maldice is trapped in a deep slumber, and it's up to Walda to save her!

by _brainchild_

Mel the pink Xweetok wakes up to find a very different Neopia than the one she remembers...

by bex2633
The Dream at Illmoor

The dream of that awful, haunted night will stay with me forever. Perhaps by relating my account, I might be free of such thoughts, but I have little hope of that after so long...

by herdygerdy
The Fortunate Misfortune

Have you been zapped today?

by sleepiestkitty
The Celestial Egg of the Tyrannian Plateau

There is a tale that borders on fantasy and reality, told by seers and prophets that describe how the plateau, canyons, culture, and lush forests of Tyrannia came to be.

by deadpoolio809
Unforgettable Conscience

The beginning of an out-of-body experience in another's conscience

by love_check
Jhudora and Illusen's Surreal Adventure

Jhudora and Illusen find themselves trapped in a strange land...

by smart100000
A Plushie Bruce's Story

Robinisha's first memory was of being in a factory...

by swordlilly
Something Has Happened! When Dreams Make No Sense

Stranger things have happened…collab with honorrolle and hilary_duff_fan_16

by superkathiee
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"The Celestial Egg of the Tyrannian Plateau" by deadpoolio809
Have you ever wondered how Tyrannia came to be? How the geography was shaped? How it developed as a society long before any established history? There is a tale that borders on fantasy and reality, told by seers and prophets that describe the events that preceded its discovery by modern Neopia. One that might just explain how the plateau, canyons, culture, and lush forest came to be. Tyrannia was originally a barren land, its expansive rocky plains broken up only by a few volcanoes and hills of igneous rock formed through tectonic activity. The scorching heat of the sun, combined with the regular flow of lava that brought heat from below the surface of Neopia made for a fairly inhospitable land with no drinkable water, plants, or animals that would be able to help support life. However, that is not to say that there was a complete lack of visitors. The volcanoes and rocky mountains did attract the odd merchants and travellers that sought to make a living off resources that the volcanoes offered. After a large eruption was observed, regular travellers knew that the land would stay quiet for a while. Opportunistic merchants and explorers would then visit the area in caravans of wagons to gather volcanic soil and mine the volcanoes for ores that they brought to the surface. However, as many precautions as these travellers might have...

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