The Annual Neopian Heroine Convention
Good Evening, I am writing a report for the Neopian Annual Heroine Convention,
where all the nicest heroines attend. Never heard of the Heroine Convention? That’s
because they like to keep all the conventions quiet here in Neopia, except for
the Usuki and Chocolate Conventions. Unlike other the other conventions, the heroine
convention only allows one reporter per convention, so there isn’t much hassle.
The whereabouts of the convention changes each year, and only those with invitations
are allowed to attend. All the heroines are here, from Isca to Nuria, Illusen
We’ll start off by interviewing a few of the familiar faces. Ok we’ll start
with the first Heroine I see, *looks around* ah! There’s one! The Soup Faerie!
Best known for her soup and how she doesn’t care for her appearance.
Me: Excuse me, Ms. Soup Faerie, would you mind having an interview?
Soup Faerie: Okay, make it quick, though; I’ve got food to serve.
Me: Oh! How tiresome! Okay, first question: Why did you decide to help the
Soup Faerie: I just felt sorry for them, so I sold all my fancy clothes, except
for the one I’m wearing now, I use this for special occasions, and used the
money to make a Soup Kitchen in Neopia Central.
Me: That is a very nice dress! It suits you! Second question: Do you have a
Soup Faerie: Yes, I do it’s *plate smashes*.
Me: Really? That’s a nice name! Do you have time for one last question?
Soup Faerie: No, not really. I better check on that food in the kitchen; that
faerie wocky from caption contest 570 is cooking. She is a very bad cook.
Me: Oh well! Thanks for your time!
The next heroine I’m going to interview is Isca, the Aisha from the Curse of
Me: Hello Isca! How are you? I hear this is your first Annual Heroine Convention,
how is it so far?
Isca: Oh! It’s really good and Caylis is here also, she’s over in the food
buffet! *points to food buffet*
Me: She looks very happy there, is she happy?
Isca: No. She was a bit concerned on coming here today.
Me: Why’s that?
Isca: She says she had a vision of the kitchen here catching on fire.
Me: I doubt it. Thank you for this interview Isca, I hope Caylis will be okay!
After Isca I set out to find another heroine at this convention, but I found
a rather pleasant surprise! I found Eithne, the so called “evil” fire faerie
from the Mystery Island Volcano Mystery; not much is known about this faerie,
I’ll see if I can interview her.
Me: Eithne! What are you doing here? You’re meant to be a villain!
Eithne: Oh! Hello, it may seem that way, but I’m not really.
Me: Then why were you in the volcano, trying to awaken Moltenus?
Eithne: Who said anything about that? I was trying to stop that Evil Shaman
from awakening him.
Me: Then why did you tell us to get lost?
Eithne: For your own safety kid! Now it’s my turn to ask a question: Why didn’t
anyone save me when that monster tried to eat me?
Me: Hey, Don’t blame me, I didn’t even try and solve that. Were you involved
in any of the kidnappings?
Eithne: No. Jhuidah was making me a Botago Root to help me.
Me: What about that note that Jhuidah found?
Eithne: Pah! I had nothing to do with that note! The Library Faerie gave me
a copy of the note and the translation. Note how it was signed “J” and it mentions
minions, so it can’t have been me!
Me: Three more questions, Eithne: Who do you think it was and why? And how
did you escape Moltenus?
Eithne: Personally, I think it was Jhudora. I think that because my name starts
with “E” and I don’t have minions. I escaped him by flying away; I’m a faerie.
Now that my dispute with Eithne is done, we can move on to our next heroine,
Kauvara, the Kau that runs the Potion shop in Neopia Central.
Me: Kauvara, hi, would you mind an interview?
Kauvara: Not at all! Go ahead!
Me: How is your potion shop going?
Kauvara: Business is booming and those morphing potions sell out the second
I bring them out! But those healing potions aren’t selling very well.
Me: I think that’s because the Healing Springs Faerie sells most of them for
cheaper and sometimes for free.
Kauvara: That’s rubbish.
Me: So how did you make it here?
Kauvara: Well I was on my way to Roo Island to get some berries for my potion
and I thought I’d come in!
Me: Yes, okay, how’s your Mootix going?
Kauvara: Oh! He’s going very good thank y... Wait a minute! How do you know
some much about me? Are you stalking me?
Me: No I am not. I better interview someone else; you’re scaring me!
The next heroine is Hannah, the adventurous Usul from Krawk Island, who recently
help to save the Bori.
Me: Hello, Hannah. It’s nice to see you.
Hannah: Yes, nice to see you too!
Me: How was your trip to the Ice Caves?
Hannah: It was very good, thank you!
Me: Is there any more adventure in store for you in the near future?
Hannah: Not unless there’s treasure involved.
Me: Are you going to go back to work at the Golden Dubloon?
Hannah: Not likely, it’s so boring there. LOOK OUT!!! *a cupcake flies over
Kauvara: Oops! Did I do that?
Me: Excuse you Kauvara! Anyway, if another game featuring you as the main character
was made, what do you think it should be called?
Hannah: I get asked that question tons of times, but I usually change my answer
every time. I’d have to say “Hannah and the Faerie Caves” or maybe “Hannah and
the Volcanic Caves” or how about “Hannah and the Haunted caves” and then there’s
“Hannah and the Prehistoric Caves”. I could go on for hours, but I won’t.
Me: Thank you, Hannah, for this interview; it has been a pleasure!
And with that, another day draws to an end; Kauvara is still suspicious about
me, Eithne is trying to blend in, Hannah is waiting for something, Isca is making
sure Caylis doesn’t eat too much and the Soup Faerie is leaving the kitchen,
and still no sign of that fire! *flames come out of Kitchen* Oops, I guess I
Soup Faerie: I told you not to turn on the oven!
Caylis: See, I told you it would happen!
Eithne: I’ll help!
Kauvara: It was him! *points to me*
Hannah: Oh boy! Finally some action!
While the Heroines try and put out this fire, I’ll call the Fire Department
and see what they can do. I shall go now before Kauvara tries to hit me with