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Wheel of Monotony Guide by Arael

Gaby —  December 9, 2017 — 4 Comments

So you want to spin the wheel? Go right for it, but you will be in for a wait! Here’s a few ideas to do when you want to spin that wheel!

Open the Wheel of Monotony in a separate window, because it can spin for longer than five hours!

Mute! Thankfully it was created with a mute button found down the bottom right. This is handy when you want to start the wheel, and let it go, without hearing *click click click click click*

Find out how long is left on the roll! Go here. You should see a line show up which looks something like this username=arael_01&server=Our records show that the wheel hasn’t finished spinning!&timeleft=5943000

Wheel of Montony Guide

Gaby —  November 8, 2017 — Leave a comment

Want to know what you’re really getting yourself into before spinning the Wheel of Monotony? Then take a look at the compilation of what you can win. Note that this list starts from the Tyrannian Petpet Paint Brush panel on the wheel, which coincides with where the wheel begins spinning, and works its way clockwise.

Tyrannian Petpet Paint Brush

Wheel of Monotony Avatar
Tyrannian Petpet Paint Brush

Three Berries

Evil Blancmange
Honey Blossom
Raptraphant Leg

Burning Stick

Tyrannian Weaponry
Your neopet loses half their hit points. These points can be regained if you heal your neopet.

Bag of Neopoints

5,000 neopoints
I Love Kacheekers T Shirt
Kacheekers Strategy Guide
Kacheekers Poster
Pterattack Poster
Sargug Plushie
Wheel of Monotony Mug
Wheel of Monotony Pen

Wheel of Monotony Cheats

Gaby —  August 12, 2010 — Leave a comment

Thanks to temporarypro and Daniel, who with their genius investigation, solved the Wheel of Montony mystery once and for all!

Knowing When the Wheel Will Stop

Open two browser windows. In the first one, go to your normal Wheel of Monotony URL and do your usual spin. Then to find out how long it’s going to take until it stops, in the other window go to

On that page it will say something like “server=Our records show that the wheel hasn’t finished spinning!&timeleft=6270000”

It is saying the time left it has to spin is 6270,000. The way this works is basically there is 6270 seconds left (get rid of the last 3 0’s). It doesn’t work on the 60 seconds a minute or 60 minutes an hour it works on 100’s. So all you have to do is get your number, in this case 6270 and divide it by 60 which gives me 104.5. Therefore my wheel will approximately finish spinning in 1 hour 44 minutes and 50 seconds.