OK, everyone should already know that if you have less than 2,000 np you can feed your pets for free at the Soup Kitchen located at The Neopian Marketplace. I found a way to trick the Soup Faerie so you can get free food no matter how many np you have. You must have two accounts (or a neo friend who you reallllllly trust).
Step 1 – In a different account put something up for trade at the Trading Post.
Step 2 – Go to the account with the hungry Neopets. Make sure to collect your interest on the money you have in your bank account, then withdrawl it all.
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Cheeseroller Solutions

Kym Huynh —  February 21, 2018 — Leave a comment

Thanks to lclbubble, chocolatetoes, dragoneye808 and DarkS7ar for the information.

Cheese Name

Alkenore Cheese – 1200np
Angelpuss Cheese – 3600np
Big Beefy Cheese – 750np
Brain Cheese – 1050np
Brick Cheese – 1950np
Bubbling Blueberry Cheese – 1500np
Furry Chocomint Cheese – 3000np
Fragrant Ummagcheese Cheese – 2850np
Gooey Snot Cheese – 2100np
Heavy Bark Cheese – 2550np
Honey Cheese – 600np
Mummified Cheese – 3150np
Mutated Cheese – 1350np
Nimmo Tube Cheese – 3300np
Overgrown Cheese – 2400np
Peppermint Cheese – 2250np
Purple Spotted Cheese – 900np
Quadruple Fudge Cheese – 1800np
Smoked Snorkle Cheese – 300np
Space Cheese – 3450np
Spicy Juppie Cheese – 150np
Triple Mustard Cheese – 450np
Tyrannian Dung Cheese – 1650np
Warty Blue Cheese – 2700np

Make it down in a minute and you’ll also receive a free avatar.

Swarm is a game of speed and intelligence where you have to defend your tank and shoot at the same time. It sounds difficult, but it is not. You will see at the end of the guide. For right now, let us break it down into details that will make you king or queen of the game. Or at least, make you understand it better.

The setting is the desert. When we think of the desert we think of snakes. Ever stopped and wondered about other animals who share space there, too? Maybe not, but this game will ultimately prove that bugs indeed live in the desert, too. In fact, this game is FULL of them. Unfortunately, for some inexplicable reason, these bugs seem to be hi-tech and equipped with guns. And guess what? They shoot at you! All you have is a tank and a few walls that protect you.
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Here’s a guide submitted by ~*I.M.a.Newbie*~ Guild it has tips on how to get the item you want on the shop wiz before it’s sold out. I’m sure you noticed the shoppe wizard lists items but with different values, like this:

Shop Owner
Sally
Ally
magnacarta28
57angeleyes
Monster_gurl2002
elora34
moonbeam1111
mystera
mint_candees
mafiya
minxie67
moonlit_amaryllis
momec
markbling75
Item
Yenegg
Yenegg
Yenegg
Yenegg
Yenegg
Yenegg
Yenegg
Yenegg
Yenegg
Yenegg
Yenegg
Yenegg
Yenegg
Yenegg
Amount in Stock
2
1
1
1
4
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Price
10,000 NP
15,000 NP
100,000 NP
100,000 NP
100,000 NP
100,000 NP
100,000 NP
100,000 NP
100,000 NP
100,000 NP
100,000 NP
100,000 NP
100,000 NP
100,000 NP

Well tons of people want to sell a yenegg at 100K! Well I wouldn’t go to Sally or ally’s Shoppe if I were you! Why? Because it’s the most likely to sell out of yeneggs first because it’s listed first and therefore is the cheapest store where everyone (except smart little you) would go to get a yenegg! So *most likely* this is what will happen.
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NeggSweeper Guide by Jenn

Kym Huynh —  February 19, 2018 — Leave a comment

NeggSweeper a new Neopets game. The concept is the same as Mine Sweeper on most windows computers. You click a tile and what ever number comes up is how many mines (red neggs) are next to it. Whether it be up, down, right, left, or even diagonal, be careful of the mines. If you click one you lose, that’s basically the only things I have to say about it. Oh if you’re new to the game start on the easy level till you fully understand the game. And keep an eye on how many tiles are left. It just might affect the choice of the tile you click.