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1. The easy way always gets you frozen.

2. The quality of a Neopian Times story is inversely proportional to the quality of the picture the Staff will use to represent it.

3. The neochat monitors never watch until you make a mistake.

4. The Neopian Lottery is similar to the real lottery in that you will never, ever win it.

5. In the Wheel of Excitement, the “Mystery Prize” slot is 10 times larger than pictured.

6. No matter how many codestones you buy, you’ll never get the right combination of the ones you need.

7. The Lupe at the Golden Dubloon can’t do math, so don’t even try.

Edited By Caroline English

Before you start talking on the Neoboards you should have a quick look at the chat rules.
Not only will I go over Neopets rules, but I’ll go over Netiquette (Internet Etiquette), something that seems to be lacking lately.

A good rule of thumb to follow is to avoid annoying other by spamming, talking in chatspeak, talking in all caps, stretching the boards with long links, or flat out breaking the rules.

A rule that applies to all websites is to never try to go around the word filters. These filters are in place to protect you and younger computer users. Trying to get past the filters will ultimately get you frozen, so it’s not a good idea.

Everyday when I go onto Neopets, I go on the Help board to see if there is anyone I might be able to help. Almost everyday I see a board that says ‘Is this a scam?’ Now, if I go on that board, I am almost certain to find that no one at all has offered help to the poor person who started the board. No, instead, they are only saying things like: ‘Oh you are so gullible’, ‘You are scamming’ and ‘What a n00b’.

None of those comments are helping the person who started the board, and the reason they started the board was, like it or not, to get help. Maybe it is a bit gullible, falling for a scam, but we all make mistakes, and anyway, being gullible is no ones fault.

Turmaculus Explained

Kym Huynh —  February 6, 2017 — 1 Comment

What is the Turmaculus? “Legends speak of a petpet a who had a gigantic appetite. As he ate, he grew, and as he grew, he ate… until one day this colossal petpet could not move any more. The Turmaculus can be found in the land of Meridell, sleeping nearly 24 hours a day. If you can wake him up, chances are he may be able to help you with an item, or a healing spell… just don’t catch him in a bad mood (we weren’t kidding about his appetite!)”

In all regards, the Turmaculus is the meridell equivalent of Snow Valley’s Snowager. The difference? The snowager wakes up at certain times whilst the times in which the Turmaculus wakes up is randomized on a daily basis. However, the prizes and rewards the Turmaculus gives out to the user are considerably higher valued than what can be obtained through the Snowager.

Neopets Poems

Kym Huynh —  February 3, 2017 — Leave a comment


Written by Dancingq213552126
Having a look at the PPT site,
Wondering if I shall get a fright,
Looking into the FREE neopoints,
Deciding to test my luck.

Choosing the game I should play next,
Will I win? Let’s see shall we,
Crossing my fingers,
Closing my eyes..

A faerie I have won,
From that Tombola dip,
From the Coltzan’s Shrine..

Entering my shop to sell my prize,
What a nice surprise.
How wonderful, how wonderful,
surprise, surprise

Life in Neopia

Written by princessstar.sakhzi

What with the tensions,
Of growing inflation’s,
And the fear of the tax beasts’ pensions

Life in Neopia has become very hard,
I wish someone would send me a happy holidays card,
And make this life less barred

Playing games for hours on an end,