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This article I wrote almost one year ago, but the information is still relevant. At the time I was the owner of Free Stuff 4 The Poor Guild, the largest Soup Kitchen guild there was but then it vanished overnight. Hopefully this article will help those guild master wannabes out there!
The Guild Headquarters is an exciting and busy area to work in! I, myself, run a large guild located in the Soup Kitchen. We are at the top of the list, and receive many extra members each day. There is always the hustling and bustling of members chatting and helping each other, and the scamper of council members doing their daily guild routines.
There was a completely slanderous and false article released about Neopets in Australia, and also on the news. The reporters did not even check out the site, since they would clearly see that what they were about to write was in error. Another article from Pink Poog Toy points out the errors in the article.
Ever since my article on picking a PetPet, I have received many questions on this subject. Here are some of the most commonly asked questions, answered!
How do you know when you’ve picked the “right” PetPet, does something special happen?
There is no “right” PetPet for every NeoPet. But sometimes you may buy a PetPet and your NeoPet doesn’t like it, that’s what my article is for: to try to avoid picking the “wrong” PetPet.
My NeoPet doesn’t fit into any of the categories you said, what do I do?
Make some more categories! Go wild, the four I suggested were just a basic idea.
I know that a lot of you out there have been subject to many types of scams. Some are easy to spot, whilst others not so. In this article, I will be explaining some of the ways you can be scammed and how to avoid them, also recognizing common scams, and the things to look for in not-so-common ones.
First of all, HOW TO RECOGNIZE A SCAM:
Many scams are distinguishable because of what people will ask you to do, or telling you impossible things. Scams occur in many different forms, as I will explain later. Important note: Any non-Neopets site asking for your username & password is a SCAM! Also, players who ask you for your username & password are SCAMMERS! If you report these people to Neopets Staff, they will freeze that person.