|Autumnal: Top Five Autumn Items Guide - GarlandsGet to know about the top five Autumn items in Neopia!|
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|Backpacking On A Budget - Part 5We’ve reached the final part of this series and so have now covered the basics of backpacking on a budget as well as a suggested route around the various realms of Neopia. As the last article ended in Krawk Island the next land I recommend you visit is Faerieland. |
|Neopia's Secret Villains: Part ThreeNeopia is filled with hundreds of characters. These characters range from brave heroes to dastardly villains, and everything in between. There’s one problem though – not all villains are recognised as the true villains that they are.|
|What Colour Neopet Are You?Did you ever wonder what colour neopet you are? Faerie, mutant, rainbow? Well, this is the quiz you need to take to find out! |
|Why Do YOU Love Your Favorite Pets?There is a new generation of Neopets players, people who have only ever known the version of Neopets that enables the customization of pets. Curious about this newer generation of players, I thought it would be interesting to ask the Neoboards why THEY love their favorite pet species. I received a lot of thought-provoking replies!|
|One Hundred Games - Part TwoThese articles feature information on the first hundred games in the history of Neopets, including some that have been forgotten by most of the public. It's informative and, depending on how much you like history, entertaining, so sit down and get ready. Let's dive right in...|
|Picking Your Perfect GuildFinding a guild can be daunting… Finding a guild that’s perfect for you can be even more so; for within the wonderful constructs of Neopia, dwells a smorgasbord of fruitful clans where you can explore common interests, goals and adventures. But how do you find the perfect guild?!|
|Catch Up on Autumn Reading with the Library Faerie!With cooler weather quickly approaching, many Neopians will soon find themselves wanting to curl up in their cozy Neohomes with a Hot Cup of Borovan and a good book. And that, my friends, is why a chat with the Library Faerie ls long overdue!|
|Made that Perfect Gallery? Last time I spoke to you, I told you how to "Make that Perfect Gallery." How can there be another part to your rambling on you ask? Well easy! |
|To UC or not UC?To UC or not to UC; that is the Question!|
|5 Thoughts on the Charity CornerShe’s back! Granny Hopbobbin is BACK! Here we are my fellow Neopians for one more year of being kind and having a lot of fun with another edition of the Charity Corner event. Are you ready to make a good action? Let’s see how generous you can be!|
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One Hundred Games - Part Two
These articles feature information on the first hundred games in the history of Neopets, including some that have been forgotten by most of the public. It's informative and, depending on how much you like history, entertaining, so sit down and get ready. Let's dive right in...
|Dinner with Darigan|
“Have you ever met Lord Darigan, Afzal? Well, we’re having dinner with him tomorrow at six o’clock.”
The electric Blumaroo smirked, rose to her feet and paused at the head of the stairs. She was purposely not giving Afzal time to react.
“Oh yeah and my family will be there, too.”
|Aid from the Order|
Deep in the twisting depths of the Haunted Woods, that was where the wizards made their home. The Order of the Red Erisim they called themselves. Wizards and witches of the greatest repute and power were selected for membership. Between them, they commanded the greatest magic on the planet.
|After ACX: Part Five|
Part Five - Mutant
I’m the best of all of them. I do mean it, I really am. I love being Mutant. Normal was boring and Faerie just infuriating! Yeah, sure, I looked good, but now, Mutant? It’s the best. I know it’s not usual, but I wish I could just stay Mutant.
Also by lil_em06
|On The Revolution of Heavenly Spears: Part Two|
When Ryshu entered the school the next day, he had absolutely no idea what to expect. He had a few theories, though none of them were concrete: first, that the Master wouldn’t be there to welcome him, and second, that he was expected to be in the same room as the one he was in the day before.