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||Issue: 356 | 22nd day of Hiding, Y10
|The Golden Globes of Light: Part TwelveAt last, she stumbled out into the courtyard with a triumphant look on her face and another golden globe in her hands...|
|Pirate Lady: Part SixThe former pirate had been distant with them, it was true, but wasn't it really Ari who had started the whole thing?|
|Following the Wind: Part Seven"We're gonna have to go through the front gates and fight our way to the castle!"
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|The King of Werelupes: Part Seven"I don't think they're in the Werelupe Woods anymore..."|
|The Treasure of Xutu: Part SixFortunately, though the map's last three clues had led them to encounters with vicious monsters and maniacal robots, their fourth clue seemed somewhat straightforward.|
|Jack and the Seven Curses of Renee: Part Four"Have you realized that all the antidotes to the curses are bad? I'm thinking that Renee used this as a way to make us suffer and get us to do all her dirty work for her."|
|Dasher Soley's Final Flight: Part Four"I saw better!" the referee yelled, hopping up and down like a child who had been beaten at a game.|
|The Legend of Vasnia: Part Three"What have we here? A servant boy, sneaking about the castle during the night?"|
|Insured?: Part ThreeOscar was walking at a leisurely stroll. He didn't think there was much point rushing to see Fyora. Jack and Imelda would get there before him, and if they couldn't make Fyora sign, there was little chance of Oscar being able to. |
|Saving Terror Mountain: Part Three"Illusen? Where are you? I need your help, please," she called. Silence echoed in her ears...|
|Tales of an Unwanted Pet: Part TwoEvery day, she had discovered something gruesome about life in the Pound. She didn't know how pets could bear it! Especially the pets that had been here for years... |
|Summer's Stories: My First Mystery - Part Two"I am not a thief, nor do I carry any sort of Pound disease. If you do not believe me, I'll prove it to you by finding the real culprit."|
|In the Eye of the Beholder: Part Two"I will never raise prices," Mademoiselle d'Embellir said firmly. "My shop must be accessible to the poorest in Neopia."|
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"Finding Dirk" by rotty_paws
Was this some kind of joke? Everyone in the family knew I wouldn't fall for such a flimsy prank. Alyn was really practical, so why would she go along with this madness? "Dirk, stop joking around," Gelo, our owner, said cheerily from behind an issue of the Neopian Times. He put the paper down on the table and looked happily up at me, smiling widely. I noticed it didn't reach his eyes, which were cold and almost unseeing. Strange...
The explorers continued their upwards journey, shouldering their backpacks and using pickaxes to steady themselves as they slipped through the powdery snow.