During the "Cyodrake's Gaze" plot, users are tasked with finding out who solving a mystery on the eponymous ship. Hoban, the ship's navigator, was shoved overboard and you need to answer a handful of questions regarding the incident. The final question is "Do you Like Hoban's Hat?" It seems odd until you realize that the "correct" answer is yes and the prize for getting them all right is said hat.
The word "Altador" is a combination of "altar" and the French word "d'or", meaning "gold". The kingdom's symbol is a golden sun. Therefore, "Altador" can be taken to mean "altar of gold".
Look closely at the Virtupets logo. It is a stylized red "V"...made to look like Dr. Sloth's cape collar!
The old, hideously ugly Darigan witch, Morguss, beyond all reasoning, has a daughter, the Court Dancer. Now, one would think, "Whose standards could be so possibly low that he would agree to marry Morguss?" Well, remember that she knows a spell that disguised her equally ugly daughter as a beautiful brown Aisha. If she can magically disguise her daughter, she must know how to do the same to herself. It is entirely possible that she did, in order to acquire a husband (however temporary).
In the epilogue for the Faerie's Ruin, Altador goes out on a quest to find the Darkest Faerie statue. What is he carrying? A pickaxe. Keep in mind, the characters seem to think she's still a statue. But capable of being revived. And maybe conscious.
In one plotline, Krawk Island had apparently been reduced to a bunch of smaller islands by some unknown entity. If that's the case... what had happened to everyone on the island?
Go for a scroll through your Safety Deposit Box. Take particular note of all the food you've got stored up; Blumaroo Steak, Squishy Brain Wrap, Eye Candy... All fairly common foods. Probably mass manufactured. Special note goes to the Grundo Stix, with the caption "I dont think the Grundo who became this meal did it willingly..." But of course these all register as edible and "tasty" foods with your Neopets, so bon appetit!