|Gorgeous Gelert ItemsGelerts are quite popular Neopets, and with good reason. They are extremly loyal, once you have earned their friendship, they will never leave your side. Gelerts are also very brave and would never hesitate to save their friends and owners from danger. But they`re mostly peaceful creatures who love to play|
|A Dearth Of Dung?Here is a list of all the dung wearables that the players are hoping for in the future. The quirk about this list is, these items already exist, albeit not in wearable form! Will you turn these items into wearables, dear TNT? Let's cross our fingers that they someday will!<|
|Top 10 Items for Fyora FansFyora, being the most powerful and most beautiful faerie in all of Neopia, let alone being the queen, has a lot of fans. But every fan needs the right gear to show their support. With over 100 Fyora themed items, it can be hard to figure out where to start, what items are the best, and what you can afford. In this article, I will tell you 10 great items sure to please every Fyora fan, with something to fit everyone’s budget. |
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|An Overly-Complicated Analysis of the Slushie ShopYour complex guide to Happy Valley's Slushie Shop|
|How To Care For Your Elderly NeopetA sudden loss of balance and a stumble into the Rainbow Fountain is all it takes. Before your very eyes, your once sprightly, bouyant Neopet with their thick, lush, shiny fur/scales/hide (delete as appropriate) will emerge no longer glowing with youth and energy, but hunched over and wizened, wrinkly and crinkly, grey or balding, aged almost beyond recognition! "Get off my lawn!" they'll croak at you angrily, whilst you stare at them wide-eyed in shock, mouth agape in surprise. |
|Water Faerie and the Healing Springs: No Cost CuresMost days on neopets, things can go pretty smoothly. You take care of your pets like any good owner would do, yet all it takes is for one single outcome to change the schedule of things from normal to haywire. One moment you can be taking your pet(s) exploring and then all of a sudden, you turn to look at your neopet and what's that, bud? You are sick with Hoochie Coochies? What in the world? How can that be? |
|The Scrivener's SurveyThis Scrivener has come out of anonymity to share with all of Neopia, via the Times, the inside scoop on books I’ve read! For truth! For justice! For informed book buying! (And also because the Defenders of Neopia, in no uncertain terms, told me to switch to a more “conventional” method of spreading literary information. When Judge Hog speaks, you listen.)|
|Throwing the Perfect Neopian Times PartyIf you love the Neopian Times as much as we do, then you have considered throwing a party for no reason other than to celebrate it! If that’s the case, then we would absolutely love to aid you in your endeavor.|
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Throwing the Perfect Neopian Times Party
If you love the Neopian Times as much as we do, then you have considered throwing a party for no reason other than to celebrate it! If that’s the case, then we would absolutely love to aid you in your endeavor. As natural-born party planners (see: How to Throw The Perfect Birthday Bash), our primary goal is to ensure your celebration goes flawlessly.
You should begin by composing a guest list. In addition to your neofriends and favorite Neopian Times contributors, you may wish to issue invitations to famous Neopians, such as Rico and Dark Lord. They might not necessarily make an appearance, but you never know; they might surprise you!
|Mystery Island Traveller's Diary|
Oh what a beautiful day! Gone are the dreary clouds and bone-chilling humidity of Shenkuu’s late spring, and arrived are the hot sun and blue skies of Mystery Island. The airship ride from Shenkuu to a small island off the coast of Moltara, and the subsequent boat ride to Mystery Island, was very enjoyable. As we lost elevation, the damp air dried and the clouds dissipated, paving the way for sun, sun, and more sun!
I'm a water Lutari who's lived her entire life in a network of caves deep under the ocean. I've never seen the sky, or the sun, or other people—except for my mum, but that one is a given for most kids, isn't it? I sleep in a bed of warm, blue sponge—magic, no doubt—and go fishing once a week with my mum for what she calls the "necessities." I play with various things my mum says come from the "surface," and occasionally the odd plushie that pops up in the fishing hole.