|Testing Arnold's StrengthI'm here to ask the tough questions and test the strength of my targets. While Arnold was wrapping up at his stall and going for one of his many 6-hour naps, I showed up on the scene.|
|Photographing NeopiaSome photos are lighthearted and fun, while others are on the darker side. An exploration into ancient plots and potentially undiscovered lands, a look at some of Neopia's greatest heroes, and some just a bit weird.|
|A Villain's StyleVillains are those who strive to be evil, who want to commit crime and create general havoc in Neopia and cause despair to all. Who in their right mind would want to be like that? Actually...many do! Or at least they want to look like villains.|
|Chipping Ice: The Best Frozen Desserts In NeopiaI've gone to some of the most prominent residents of Terror Mountain to see exactly what their favorite flavors are and maybe they'll reveal why they can't get enough of these icy treats!|
|Typing Terror: Tips & TricksBelow, I’ll go over the point system, level breakdown, and tips that will guarantee you those necessary 3,600 points for the avatar!|
|Inside the Neopian History: IllusenWe went to Brightvale searching for books that will tell us more about her. Thankfully, that wasn’t our only resource, since she accepted to give us an exclusive interview when we called her! Keep reading and learn more about everyone’s favourite earth faerie.|
|Enjoying Your Vacation: A Guide to Neolodge ExtrasThis guide is here to inform you and your pets about some of the extras the Neolodge offers!|
|Homemade Recipes for SpringAh, Spring! It’s right around the corner, as gloomy winter days gradually give way to warmer weather and chirping birds fill the trees. As always, I’ve gathered a list of ready-made dishes from stores that are just as enjoyable to prepare and eat at home. |
|A History of Daily Dare PrizesI found it very interesting to look back at how daily prizes have evolved over each edition of the Daily Dare and thought it a fine idea to share my findings in this report. I have also chosen my favorite daily prize from each edition as an added bonus to this article! Now let us take a look back at the history of Daily Dare prizes.|
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"Sunrise and Darkness" by neptunely
A Hissi wound its way around her legs, forming a glittering, slithering bracelet. An Xweetok waved shyly as it splashed in a nearby stream. "You made a beautiful day today," she squeaked out. Sandy smiled benevolently at her and the Xweetok blushed before scurrying off.
As Sandy continued on, the animals thinned out and disappeared altogether. She was approaching her shrine, which the creatures were only permitted to visit in the afternoons. For now, she was allowed to be alone in the palace built to honour her. She reached her shrine and entered the wooden structure. The open ceiling allowed the light she had created to pour in and reflect upon the gold and gems that encrusted the room. No one dared steal any out of respect for the Spirit. While she was kind, she was also immensely powerful, and the creatures knew not to test her.
At the centre of the room was a small, raised pedestal. Upon it were her offerings: tasty candy, interesting stones, and - she sighed happily – hoof wax. She opened the jar and sat down to shine her feet. Then, everything went dark.
Sandy awoke in a room of rough stone and blackness. Even the light from her body could not penetrate the dark that surrounded her. She saw movement in the shadows. It was a creature of blackest black, pure darkness. From it a rough voice resounded: "Hello, Sandy. Do you know who I am?"
The terrified Ixi replied: "Yes. You are Baku, the Spirit of the Night. What do you want with me?
|10 Snapshots of Princess Vyssa|
Far to the South, beyond the Haunted Woods, lied the Lost Desert, and in the heart of these lands, the magnificent Sakhmet City could be found, populated with Neopians, sun-kissed and resilient of the hostile living conditions of the desert.
It was in these harsh, barren lands that she had been born.
|Return to Lynwood|
“You can see curses?” Suhel asked Pharazon. To her Werelupe vision, nothing looked wrong with Lexora at all.
“Well, they are a type of magic,” the faerie Draik said. “Magic to me is what smell is to you. I could see Connor’s curse on him, plain as day.”
|Do You Believe In Magic: Part Two|
Elwin didn’t remember the landing. He could recollect falling into the well and the surprisingly short drop down the dark shaft, but the landing itself…he had no memory of that. Likely he had hit his head immediately upon impact and forgotten everything.