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Whack-A-Beast Guide by Vic

Shoyru_Lover —  February 17, 2020 — 1 Comment

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Whack-A-Beast is about the easiest game that requires no skill, just good reflexes! Here are a few tips that should get you a high score!

Always go for the highest “beasts”: If you see a blue beast jump up whack him first since he is worth the most (10 Points).

Whack the yellow ones next if you see any they are worth 3 and always whack green over red as green are worth 2 and only 1. If you think about it, you whack 5 green you get 10 points if you whack 5 red you only get 5! The object is to get to 50 each round.
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Controls:

z – Punch
x – Kick
zxzx – Role combo
xzxz – Headbutt combo
c – Block
and the arrow keys to move

Level 1 – Normal Meepit
Level 2 – Dung Meepit
Level 3 – Fairy Meepit
Level 4 – Tyrannian Meepit
Level 5 – Lava Meepit

The key is to win the first two rounds of each level and then beat your opponent until they are almost dead but not quite.

Then let them win the next two rounds before finishing them off in the fifth round. This will give you a better score.

Winning is very easy once you master the combination attacks. – dapantsman2

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This game has many levels and its a great game if you want to sit down for a long time and earn 1000np every play (that’s if you follow my guide). It may take along time and can get boring through every level but it is worth it, especially if you get the trophy for this game.

The main aim of this game is to stay alive while killing all the monsters in each level. The game is relatively easy if you know what your doing and what each monster does.

Here are the list of main monsters in the game:

Kacheek: This is the most common monster in the whole game, and it is the most easiest to kill, it only walks and climbs up ladders on each platform/s.
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Neopets Stock Market

Shoyru_Lover —  January 17, 2020 — Leave a comment

The Neopian Stock Market is undoubtedly one of the best ways to gain neopoints in Neopets. Personally, I’ve amassed over 20 million neopoints using the stock market alone, and you can too.

The beginning
The Stock Market upon its advent, get this, had no restrictions on how many stocks you could buy daily! You could easily make 60 bajillion neopoints if you had the dosh ready in literally one hour. Now, Neopians are limited to 1,000 stock purchases a day. Poo!

They had no bankruptcy
Bankruptcy was unheard of in the beginning. Therefore, as long as you had the patience to wait things out, you were guaranteed to make millions of neopoints. Now-a-days, companies occasionally go bankrupt. Looks like Neopets wised up after awhile.
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Hi everybody! You might (or might not) remember me from the “Hacking secrets revealed” article I sent in once. This is a guide written to help new people to the battledome train their pets and get the most out of their hard earned NP. I myself as a battledomer know how hard it is to make the right decisions, whether it be which weapons I should buy or which training method I should use.

Let’s start off with training. We come across various choices. We have the lab ray, for those who don’t mind its random effects (sex change, change in species, etc). This may be the best method if you have a good 90k to shell out and if you’re not planning on using species weapons (I.E. Iron Lupe Sword). The Lab Ray might change your pet’s species on the first shot, making your specialized weapons useless. The next method we come across is the training school. This is what most people will use to train, but it can prove to be very expensive. Training your pets up to 40+ stats can mean you must buy around 70 codestones, at 3000+ each, summing up to a grand total of 210,000np. Yikes! We’ve already spent all that NP without even buying any weapons! The last option I will mention in this guide (this doesn’t include less efficient means like the kitchen quests or faerie quests, etc) is the Swashbuckling Academy, where you do not pay in codestones but dubloons. Dubloons are less expensive than codestones, but training at the Academy takes much longer, and becomes even more expensive to train your pet in later levels. Why, the Academy only takes pets up to level 40! Still, if you are on a strict budget, and don’t mind the wait, I suggest you take a serious look at the Academy.
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