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The Haunted Woods is a perpetual Halloween-type forest. Here lies the Brain Tree, who demands knowledge of when people died. It’s completely random and can’t be unlocked if you just type in numbers. Instead, you have to go to the other boogie-man of the Haunted Woods, the Esophager.

He demands spooky food in exchange for answers. It used to be you could only get the foods from Edna’s quest (who asks for random items to complete her spells), but now there is a food store that sells them. Of course, the Brain Tree’s quests are rarely worth the price you’ll pay. Stuck in the middle of the Haunted Woods, there is the castle of Eliv Thade (an “anagram” for Evil Death), where you must unjumble letters to produce the word needed to move around his castle.

1) Coltzan’s Shrine in the Lost Desert

This handy little spot will never do something bad to your pet. You can drop by every twelve hours and try to get blessed with something. Sometimes nothing will happen, but it’s worth trying because according to Neopets, every day the Shrine will give one lucky Neopian 1 million neopoints.

Here is the general breakdown for times, since some times are better than others:

Speed: Every fifth second of the hour
Defense: Every tenth second of the hour
Strength: Every thirty minutes of the hour
Endurance (hit points) : Every hour of the day
Level: Every two hours of the day
Burnt Food: 11:00 – 12:00 NST

Hi, I’m Shadowsgirl345119, and I’m here to travel with you on a journey through Neopia. There are so many places to see and visit that it’s hard to decide where to go first. We could fly up into the clouds and chat with the faeries in Faerieland, or venture to Mystery Island and go on a Tiki Tour. Well, that’s enough gibbering for now. Let’s pack our bags and hit the road.

Lost Desert

First stop, Sakhmet, an interesting city in the heart of Lost Desert. Hungry? How about a sand banana? I know what you’re thinking, “Nasty, right?” Well, Neopians in this area find it to be quite scrumptious. Feeling lucky? Go to the Fruit Machine and you could win a few neopoints. Well, enough of that. Let’s have some fun, maybe a few rounds of Geos? Maybe we should go visit Coltzan’s Shrine; he might grant your pet an extra level boost. Oh no, the evil bugs are back! Let’s play Swarm, and they might just go away. Ooh, let’s go visit Qasala and see how they’re doing. Feel like reading a few scrolls? Check out the Words of Antiquity.

Restocking is a quick and inexpensive way to make hundreds of thousands of NP. Many Neopians have already caught on to this great money making way. But keep in mind that restocking isnt just a walk in the park. It requires speed, accuracy and intelligence, if you have all those youre about half way there. Reading this guide will take you the rest of the way.

Before we begin there are three things you have to know.

1. It takes money to make money
2. Practice makes perfect
3. Other people are trying to make money too

Just like rule number 1 says, it takes money to make money. Before you go out restocking I suggest you have between 25k 50k NP. As for number 2, dont get frustrated and angry 5 minutes into your restocking career. Give it time and you will soon be making thousands. Last but not least, rule number 3. Youre not the only one on Neopets. Waiting five minutes before clicking on a dark battle duck to buy it wont cut it. Dont haggle for rare items, you should have a general sense of the rarity of various items in Neopets.

Altador Cup V Team Rosters

Gaby —  September 3, 2011 — Leave a comment

16 teams make up this year’s Altador Cup competition including the above featured Team Moltara. Take a good long look folks because soon you will be choosing one team that you think best represents you and your interests.

Team Tyrannia

Team Shenkuu

Team Roo Island

Team Mystery Island

Team Moltara

Team Meridell

Team Maraqua

Team Lost Desert

Team Kreludor

Team Krawk Island

Team Kiko Lake

Team Haunted Woods

Team Faerieland

Team Darigan Citadel

Team Brightvale

Team Altador