|Aisha Theives 2: Part Eight|
"You what?" Jero snarled before I could
speak. "Don't you dare talk about the Faerie in that tone..."
|Escape from the Enchanted Forest: Part Two|
"We're what?!" shrieked Rhia hysterically. "No,
no, we can't be! It's impossible… it's a dream, a bad, bad dream! No, no!"
|Gallery of Evil: Part Two|
“You summoned them… now Neopia is doomed!”
|Into the Battle: Wintroq’s Story--Part Two|
"I watched as she passed through this forest towards Laxcorna a few days prior
to this one, but since it is not uncommon for creatures to pass through this
way, I let her go..."
|Jhudaberries: Part Eight|
"So you would
like to get past the door, eh? Why would you, hmm? You could get into rather
large trouble with some rather scary people, if you did... "
|So You Want to be a Faerie: Part Five|
"Fool!!" the Dark Faerie spat. "I am Ahlora,
the greatest Dark Faerie that ever lived!!"
|The Game is Neohockey: Part Three|
<"Kyrogi, you can't pass all the time! Shoot!"
|The League of Super Authors: Part Six|
get you guys into the Starhopper. It'll take you to you death -- I mean, to
the evil space station, so you can save Neopia."
|The Reality of Dreams: Part Ten|
"I saw it!" yelled an Aisha as a Grundo
attendant tried to calm him. "It's out there! You've gotta believe me!"
|The Tale of Jeran: From Boy to Warrior--Part Five|
In about ten seconds they had crashed through
over six hundred petpets. Domar and the petpets alike hadn't suspected the attack
by only three knights.
|The WereLupe Files: Case 3-- Part Five|
"Lets go," I said. I looked at Moon. "Just lay
low and keep yourself as small as possible," I told her.
|Vierna: Part Two|
"I must see Queen Fyora," Kelra repeated. "It
is on the matter of a Human magic user."
|Zarrelian and the Fifth Grade Neoschool Camp of Doom: Part Four|
"We'll be going for a RUN in the woods!" Mr. Bronston declared. A loud groan
rippled through the crowd of students.
|HeadlinesTry your luck!|
This week's issue is brought to you by:
Why Mystery Island IS Dangerous
Sure, it's all fine and dandy
they want to find out, but something remarkably similar to an internal siren
was telling me I wasn't going to like how it was going to work.