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Forgotten Hunger

but wait...

by piratesy
Return to Neo #05

So that's what you've been doing with all our money...

by cami_v27
Maraqua's Unfair Advantage

RUUUNNN

Also by pisces_babe_

by hotredfirefaerie

She adopted another Neopet

...and he doesn't play nice!

by xorag
Neopian Wishes: (U)UC...?

You mean like... un-unconverted? How would that work?

Written by 1337_masta

by glittery4u

A Weewoo writer issues

I'd like to file a complaint...

Also by tonyrichard

by dinha_reeves

The Aliens Giveth and the Aliens Taketh Away

What shall you give us this time??

by valleypark
Privilege of being a pea chia

...or trauma therapy?

by valokki
Bad Joke Hissi (Part Three)

You've heard of dad jokes; well now we have Bad Hissi Jokes!

by dukula
Virtually Impartial

Precisely.

Idea by d_a_r_e and relocating.

by butterflybandage

Scary Tree comics #2

Introducing SLIM & CHUNK! Poor Chunk...

by kaddisti
Rainbow Pool Troubles

What color are you exactly?

by liezelotte8
The Wishing Well

Give me everything that could ever possibly be collected please and thank you...

by rafa_potter
Map of Neopia

There's a few places I haven't been.

by feeshifeeshi
The Altador Cup Trophy

Impure minds are everywhere.

by anne77777
 
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"Another Night" by hyzenthlay___
Her name did not roll off the tongues of Neopians as easily as the other faeries’ do, yet she had no need of one to precede her. The mention of Fyora’s name carried power before the Queen could even make an appearance to the ones that uttered it, and Jhudora’s struck fear before a Neopian could stick a single foot into past barrier of her bluff. Nuria was neither Fyora or Jhudora, good or bad. Nuria was a traveler of the Lost Desert, a Fire Faerie enacting justice when she saw it necessary and retreating into the shifting sands when it was not. Sometimes, this meant disbanding bandit groups or safely returning cargo stolen by common thieves – mercenary work without the pay. Sometimes it was administrative work, watching each town unnoticed to ensure that they had proper food and water for their residents. She readily admitted that she did not have the right to act as judge and jury for the Lost Desert. But without her, the desert was without a faerie’s protection. Faerieland’s inhabitants were tied up in preventing future attacks on their land, something that seemed to be happening more and more these days. Even those faeries not currently warding their homeland up to its ears found themselves occupied by becoming defenders of the entire world, their protection spread thin across Neopia’s continents. Nuria had to protect the Lost Desert. If something happened, help from the other faeries could be entirely too late.




Other Stories


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Usuki Singing Stars #42: Alan's Flu Injection
“Mommy, why are we at the doctor’s house?”

by downrightdude

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Another Night
Nuria was a traveler of the Lost Desert, a Fire Faerie enacting justice when she saw it necessary and retreating into the shifting sands when it was not. Sometimes, this meant disbanding bandit groups or safely returning cargo stolen by common thieves – mercenary work without the pay.

by hyzenthlay___

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Battledome Training With Neocash
We’d all love a super buff BD pet, but anyone who has used the training schools knows it is a tough, slow slog. Reaching maximum strength and defence takes seemingly infinite costly codestones and years of dedicated training.

by unfreeze_divicool72

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15 Awesome Neopoint Backgrounds For Summer
Does summer get any better than this?

by carrieantonia

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The Big Move:Part Two
I was happy to be picked to go to Mystery Island. Not only as my favorite cousins there but the sand between my toes and the tropical drinks always make me happy.

by hannahcreep

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King Altador's Substitute
Queen Nera glanced up often from her painstaking work to watch King Altador and their teenage son, Alarick, play a competitive game of yooyuball. The sport was a popular pastime in the great land of Altador. The game of passing a yooyu around and trying to make it in the other team’s goal excited any Altadorian. Even the king himself grew fond of the game.

by trishabeakens



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