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Rasputin's Revenge:Part Three

The darkness that had threatened the shining kingdom of Altador had only gotten closer as the hours passed. Rasputin now seemed to have set his sights on taking over the grand city.

by trishabeakens
TWELVE Tips to Help You Succeed in Life:Part Ten

TIP TEN: SPEND TIME WITH MOM

by downrightdude
The Shadow of Takeryuu:Part Four

Eunji had never seen anything like Muyang Brook Fortress. Its rammed-earth walls were thicker than she was tall, and instead of the bright reds and greens of her temple home, the materials that made up the fortress were more subdued and sombre in colour.

by cosmicfire918
The Found CIty:Part Two

“Would you like something to drink?” Jake asked.

by unfogging
 
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"Fyora's Regrets" by chasing_stars44
Queen Fyora knew that it was a bad idea to bring Kaia to Faerieland. Practically everybody in Faerieland was wary about Kaia from the start. All the faeries had a general idea of where every faerie was. Illusen was in Meridell, Taelia was on Terror Mountain, Jhuidah was on Mystery Island. So when they heard about Kaia, this faerie from Shenkuu, a land that was thought to have no faeries, everyone was skeptical. They had good reason to be wary, what with the chaos that happened during and after the Faerie Festival. However, Fyora still believed in her. Even with the doubt cast in her mind, she still wanted to meet this unknown faerie. Kaia was very friendly at first. She was outgoing, intelligent, friendly, even if she was clumsy and stubborn. She had so much potential and all Fyora wanted her to do was succeed. Then again, Fyora went too far with making Kaia feel welcome. Kaia said she had visions of the future. None of the faeries were impressed with that. They had visions as well. Kaia's visions were also rarely true. Fyora remembered that when she first brought Kaia to Faerieland, Kaia kept warning her about objects being thrown at her or faeries flying into each other when none of that ever happened.




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Fyora's Regrets
Queen Fyora knew that it was a bad idea to bring Kaia to Faerieland.

Practically everybody in Faerieland was wary about Kaia from the start.

by chasing_stars44


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10 Games You Can Play One Handed
I have a wonderful pet. She is a very sweet little Warf who follows me where ever I go, often to the point of tripping me up if I turn around too quickly. I have stepped on her paw more than once as a consequence, but this has not deterred her from sticking to me like a furry little ball of glue...

Co-authored by Firefoxtails

by geneames1


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Stone-Age Getaway: How to Celebrate Tyrannian Day
Located far under the surface of Neopia and nestled between Terror Mountain lies a place trapped in the past: Tyrannia.

by jellikescherrypie

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After The Wraith Resurgence plot
Faeries learned hard lesson that day: Potions aren't FOOD

by neopieceluffy

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Jealousy, part 2
Jealous Mirli comes up with a plan...

by valokki



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