||Issue: 270 | 15th day of Celebrating, Y8
|Ailemea vs. Jenna: Part TenFyora was trying to wake Jenna. "Ailemea, do
you-" The faerie Queen stopped short when she turned and saw which room they
had dropped into. "Oh dear..."
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|Shad and Saura: The Story of Elversti - Part Six"First we risk our heads getting out of the Fortress without
being suspected, then we risk our heads finding the Faeries while not getting
blown up or something, now we risk our heads trying to get back in the Fortress
and then we'll risk whatever will be left of us to break an unbreakable spell
even the Faeries couldn't figure out..."|
|The Battle for Kreludor: Part Six"A small legion has already arrived from Moon
Base 29," the Commander replied. "I believe we have enough soldiers at the moment..."|
|Into the Sea: Part ThreeSasha couldn't tell if people liked her or not. She didn't
know what they meant when they spoke to her. At school, a pet could say, "I
like your shoes," and Sasha could take it the completely wrong way...|
|In This Together: Part Three|
I wouldn't normally write to you, but I have
a few very important things to say and I can't face speaking them aloud, right
in front of you...
|The Hoarders: Part TwoGarbage littered the road, and the tiny houses were rotting away, the doors
swinging from one hinge. "What is this place?" she asked her silent companion.
"Is it, like a ghost street or something? Has it been abandoned?"|
|Orbulon and the Founder of Symol Hole: Part TwoThe Founder led Orbulon down yet another dismal,
torch-lit passage that got warmer the farther they went. This reminded Orbulon
of an unpleasant experience he had on Mystery Island, so he hoped the Founder
knew what he was doing...|
|Hissi, Come Blow Your Horn!: Part TwoWhen Satch entered the diner, the room suddenly
grew quiet as customers stopped eating to look at him. He waved shyly, but was
greeted with odd looks. Apparently, Hissies weren't that common among Neopets
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"A Thousand Miles" by blackcairn
Ruff? Green grassy hills flowed beneath his feet. In the distance below him was a small copse of trees. He turned his head this way and that but saw no one. Ruff! The sun smiled down at him. The blue sky stretched its arms to hug the world. Fluffy, white clouds invited him to play. Ruff ruff ruff arf...