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Spot the Difference Edition #9

Look around what do you see?

by not_sporty
Blossoms~ Games Night Part 4

It's not like I asked to be here either.

by twillieblossom
(Fools) Dinner with the Scarlets: No Dinners to Date

Yes, the Scarlets all eat on the same side of the table. Strange, I know.

by june_scarlet
Woes of a Mutant Uni

Clothing stores these days...

by krabbox
The Coconut Science Corner Presents: SKELETONS!

Behind the science

by korbat2_5
Faerie Unlikely

More like coco-not!

by keoshky
Space Faerie's Gracious Gift

woah

by yodiee
Investments

paydayhayday

by hamster_z
April Fool's Day: Mind Games

To eat or not to eat

by thegoddesofxweetok1
Lost at Sea

wanna hear a joke?

by flusia
Gardening Basics

All you need to know about gardening this spring!

by bobtehcat1
Random Oddness: April Fools

Please use this thumbnail for the comic:

by mistyqee
The Truth About The Kadoatery

How kind Neopians like you are funding Dr. Sloth's evil missions.

by _espy_
Floofeh

BREAKING: Secret Lab Ray Now Works On Humans!!

by jupebox
 
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"Isolde and the Faerie Statue:Part Three" by tsiegred
Isolde was no stranger to falling. On Kreludor, there was a young Draik, a family friend who often visited her home. His name was Egrek. He was painted Shadow, just like Isolde, and the two felt a common bond because of it. They could often sneak across the moon undetected at night and play games with their friends. When she was younger, they often made trips down to Neopia during the morning, with the permission of Isolde’s parents the night before. The descent from the moon was always scary for Isolde. Egrek flew off the moon quickly, dove down to the main part of Neopia without warning, and rarely landed gracefully. One day, after crash-landing in a bush in Meridell, Isolde asked Egrek why he never waited or prepared her for when he was going to fly from the moon. Egrek laughed a bit. “Well, even if I count down, you’re still going to be scared, right?” Egrek said. “Of course, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t still do it,” Isolde said, frowning. “I need time to prepare!”“For what?” he asked. “Listen, you’re going to be just as scared regardless of whether you count to three. I know you. What do you need to wait for? To stay afraid for a couple more seconds as opposed to getting it over with?”




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Kauvara's Mixed Potions
A male Pirate Xweetok dressed in a Dapper Xweetok Trousers, Dapper Xweetok Shirt and Waistcoat, Explorer Backpack, Dapper Xweetok Shoes and a Cool Xweetok Wig just walked past Kauvara’s Magic Shop with his Petpet, a Snowbunny when he noticed a sign posted on the door.

by bubbles150

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A Hidden Land: Custard World!
Hey, Neopians, I am Ron190 “Ronnn” the Custard Eyrie. Something you probably don’t know about, a very wondrous place, is my home, the land of Custard World, and that’s what this article is about. My gooey paws aren’t so good for operating a typewriter, so one of my friends, Robin329 the Custard Ixi, asked his Owner, mbredboy31, to type this up for me.

by mbredboy31

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The Coconut: Introducing a New Mascot
GOOD NIGHT, mr. coconut

by parody_ham

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Searching a place:Part Eight
Chapter 8. The Final Battle, Isla de Roo, Meridell and Brightvale.

Also by acespades1, charliews & hits

by nacil30


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Isolde and the Faerie Statue:Part Three
Isolde was no stranger to falling. On Kreludor, there was a young Draik, a family friend who often visited her home. His name was Egrek.

also written by anachronisms

by tsiegred




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