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* [[http://www.neopets.com/halloween/haunted_house.phtml The Haunted House]]. It's a Choose Your Own Adventure flash game from the old era of Neopets. Two pets are driving along a road during a storm and they break down right near a haunted house. All manner of horrible things can happen to the pets in the house: [[TakenForGranite they can get turned to stone]], [[DemBones turned into skeletons]], caught by shadows and even EatenAlive. If they don't leave their car, they see ghostly faces and [[spoiler:[[WhatAnIdiot if they still don't leave]], [[NothingIsScarier you see their empty car before the scene changes to a police officer on the phone, stating that the pets were never found]]]]. The early era of Neopets was definitely dark.

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* [[http://www.neopets.com/halloween/haunted_house.phtml The Haunted House]]. It's a Choose Your Own Adventure flash game from the old era of Neopets. Two pets are driving along a road during a storm and they break down right near a haunted house. All manner of horrible things can happen to the pets in the house: [[TakenForGranite they can get turned to stone]], [[DemBones turned into skeletons]], caught by shadows and even EatenAlive. If they don't leave their car, they see ghostly faces and [[spoiler:[[WhatAnIdiot [[WhatAnIdiot if they still don't leave]], [[NothingIsScarier you see their empty car before the scene changes to a police officer on the phone, stating that the pets were never found]]]].found]]. The early era of Neopets was definitely dark.



* The JumpScare at the end of Lair of the Beast is the most famous example, and the current page image. It's just a pterodactyl that screams very loudly at you and can't do anything to your pets and/or account, but still. Oh, and you can get the same animation if you stop on a certain space in Wheel of Monotony, except this time it also can reduce your pets' health to one point. It's, unfortunately, the most common "prize", so expect to see this animation ''a lot.''
** Back before the wheels' revamps, landing on the space that brings you to this will go to the page without confirmation taken, so imagine just browsing another tab while the wheel's going, and then all of a sudden... '''FRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'''!

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* The JumpScare at the end of Lair of the Beast is the most famous example, and the current page image. It's just a pterodactyl that screams very loudly at you and can't do anything to your pets and/or account, but still. Oh, and you can get the same animation if you stop on a certain space in Wheel of Monotony, except this time it also can reduce your pets' health to one point. It's, unfortunately, the most common "prize", so expect to see this animation ''a lot.''
** Back
'' Furthermore, back before the wheels' revamps, landing on the space that brings you to this will go to the page without confirmation taken, so imagine just browsing another tab while the wheel's going, and then all of a sudden... '''FRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'''!'''FRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'''!
* The infamous Beast also appears in Bouncy Supreme. The game is about a jelly Blumaroo bouncing on pillars over a volcano to get away from it. If you lose all of your lives or run out of time, the game over screen appears and plays a loud roar, just as effective at {{jump scar|e}}ing you as the Lair of the Beast. Not to mention the scare that comes with the concern for the fate of the Blumaroo.



* One of the TCG cards, [[https://67.media.tumblr.com/61a5a5c1e7b9eea4eb30bb429498e8fd/tumblr_n46qi14nEN1r6ykb2o1_400.png Wocky Beast]], features a bipedal Wocky with its face upside down and one gigantic swollen eye ''with no pupil!'' The only consolation is that his card is labelled as a Hero card, so he could be an example of DarkIsNotEvil.
** The caption doesn't make it any better.

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* One of the TCG cards, [[https://67.media.tumblr.com/61a5a5c1e7b9eea4eb30bb429498e8fd/tumblr_n46qi14nEN1r6ykb2o1_400.png Wocky Beast]], features a bipedal Wocky with its face upside down and one gigantic swollen eye ''with no pupil!'' The only consolation is that his card is labelled as a Hero card, so he could be an example of DarkIsNotEvil.
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DarkIsNotEvil. The caption doesn't make it any better.



* Maybe not as horrifying as the others, but in the Cyodrake's Gaze plot, Orrin had been quite literally locked in the storeroom just before the storm hit. If the boat had actually sunk...
** Made worse by the fact that Captain Tuan seemed to have forgotten Orrin was down there, and didn't remember until the next morning.

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* Maybe not as horrifying as the others, but in the Cyodrake's Gaze plot, Orrin had been quite literally locked in the storeroom just before the storm hit. If the boat had actually sunk... \n** Made worse by the fact that Captain Tuan seemed to have forgotten Orrin was down there, and didn't remember until the next morning.



* The infamous Beast also appears in Bouncy Supreme. The game is about a jelly Blumaroo bouncing on pillars over a volcano to get away from it. If you lose all of your lives or run out of time, the game over screen appears and plays a loud roar, just as effective at {{jump scar|e}}ing you as the Lair of the Beast. Not to mention the scare that comes with the concern for the fate of the Blumaroo.



* Edna is not (established to be) evil, and it was an accident, but her turning some Feepits into Feepit Pie is scary.
** There is also the rumor that she "smites" people who go near her tower.
* One of the phrases that Desert Petpets can say is "A CURSE ON YOU".
** Another spooky thing that Desert Petpets do is this.

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* Edna is not (established to be) evil, and it was an accident, but her turning some Feepits into Feepit Pie is scary.
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scary. There is also the rumor that she "smites" people who go near her tower.
* One of the phrases that Desert Petpets can say is "A CURSE ON YOU".
**
YOU". Another spooky thing that Desert Petpets do is this.



* The ''Tale of Woe'' plot from Neovia certainly counts. A mysterious SnakeOilSalesman sells mysterious potions to the town-folk of Neovia, turning them into nightmarish and twisted monstrosities. Then there is [[FromBadToWorse the curse that the Spirit of Slumber cast on them...]]

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* The ''Tale of Woe'' plot from Neovia certainly counts. A mysterious SnakeOilSalesman sells mysterious potions to the town-folk townfolk of Neovia, turning them into nightmarish and twisted monstrosities. Then there is [[FromBadToWorse the curse that the Spirit of Slumber cast on them...]]



* In a Neopedia entry about [[http://www.neopets.com/neopedia.phtml?neopedia_id=196 The Deserted Fairground]] an Acara is telling her friends a scary story around a campfire about the aforementioned attraction. The story goes that at sundown on Halloween Night the fairground comes back to life, looking pristine and filled with carnival workers. Visitors have to leave before midnight, or else, and the story doesn't leave anything to the imagination. Those who stay past midnight get ''eaten'' by the cursed carnival workers and all that's found in the morning is a ruined fairground and ''"wet earth beyond the gates"''. After hearing the tale, the friends decide to go see if the story's true, and [[SarcasmMode surprise]], it is. They play and then prepare to leave just before midnight. The Acara nervously asks her friend for the time but his watch has [[StoppedClock stopped]]. Then the gates ahead of them [[DownerEnding suddenly swing shut...]]

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* In a Neopedia entry about [[http://www.neopets.com/neopedia.phtml?neopedia_id=196 The Deserted Fairground]] an Acara is telling her friends a scary story around a campfire story about the aforementioned attraction. The story goes that at sundown on Halloween Night its opening night, Halloween, monstrous Neopets snuck into the fairground comes back to life, looking pristine and filled with carnival workers. Visitors have to leave fairground, unnoticed in the crowd of costumed fairgoers. As the clock struck twelve, they attacked. Despite the desperate attempts of the trapped fairgoers, only those who had left before midnight, or else, and the midnight survived. The story doesn't leave anything to the imagination. Those who stay past midnight get imagination -- the unlucky pets got ''eaten'' by the cursed carnival workers and all that's that was found in the morning is was a ruined fairground and ''"wet earth beyond the gates"''.gates"''. Legend has it that the fairgrounds come alive on Halloween, with the same danger to visitors who stay past midnight. After hearing the tale, the friends decide to go see if the story's true, and [[SarcasmMode surprise]], it is. They play and then prepare to leave just before midnight. The Acara nervously asks her friend for the time but his watch has [[StoppedClock stopped]]. Then the gates ahead of them [[DownerEnding suddenly swing shut...]]



* In the "Tale of Woe" plot, one of the puzzles has the player trying to open an old metal door with...[[NothingisScarier something]] covering it. In the official solution for the plot The Neopets Team officially and insistently said the ''something'' was rust, but it didn't look like rust to some players. Later, after opening the door, the player finds the skeleton of a Neopet who'd died after being trapped inside. This is illustrated in the comic as well. The "it was rust" statement may have been an [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial attempt]] by The Neopets Team to draw attention away from the plot's dark nature, or [[BlatantLies it was actually rust]]. Probably important to mention the skeleton of the pet above was from a nurse who worked in an asylum where all the patients went on a rampage one day and locked her in a room. A Neopet actually ''died''.

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* In the "Tale of Woe" plot, one of the puzzles has the player trying to open an old metal door with...[[NothingisScarier something]] covering it. In the official solution for the plot The Neopets Team officially and insistently said the ''something'' was rust, but it didn't look like rust to some players. players, who think this was a SuspiciouslySpecificDenial to draw attention away from the dark elements of the plot. Later, after opening the door, the player finds the skeleton of a Neopet Neopet, a nurse, who'd died after being trapped inside.inside when all the asylum's patients went on a rampage one day. This is illustrated in the comic as well. The "it was rust" statement may have been an [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial attempt]] by The Neopets Team to draw attention away from the plot's dark nature, or [[BlatantLies it was actually rust]]. Probably important to mention the skeleton of the pet above was from a nurse who worked in an asylum where all the patients went on a rampage one day and locked her in a room. A Neopet actually ''died''.


* In a Neopedia entry about [[http://www.neopets.com/neopedia.phtml?neopedia_id=196 The Deserted Fairground]] an Acara is telling her friends a scary story around a campfire about the aforementioned attraction. The story goes that at sundown on Halloween Night the fairground comes back to life, looking pristine and filled with carnival workers. Visitors have to leave before midnight, or else, and the story doesn't leave anything to the imagination. Those who stay past midnight get ''eaten'' by the cursed carnival workers and all that's found in the morning is a ruined fairground and ''"wet earth beyond the gates"''. After hearing the tale, the friends decide to go see if the story's true, and [[SarcasmMode surprise]], it is. They play and then prepare to leave just before midnight. The Acara nervously asks her friend for the time but his watch has [[StoppedClock stopped]]. Then the gates ahead of them [[DownerEnding suddenly swings shut...]]

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* In a Neopedia entry about [[http://www.neopets.com/neopedia.phtml?neopedia_id=196 The Deserted Fairground]] an Acara is telling her friends a scary story around a campfire about the aforementioned attraction. The story goes that at sundown on Halloween Night the fairground comes back to life, looking pristine and filled with carnival workers. Visitors have to leave before midnight, or else, and the story doesn't leave anything to the imagination. Those who stay past midnight get ''eaten'' by the cursed carnival workers and all that's found in the morning is a ruined fairground and ''"wet earth beyond the gates"''. After hearing the tale, the friends decide to go see if the story's true, and [[SarcasmMode surprise]], it is. They play and then prepare to leave just before midnight. The Acara nervously asks her friend for the time but his watch has [[StoppedClock stopped]]. Then the gates ahead of them [[DownerEnding suddenly swings swing shut...]]


* The infamous Beast also appears in Bouncy Supreme. The game is about a jelly blumaroo bouncing on pillars over a volcano to get away from it. If you lose all of your lives or run out of time, the game over screen appears and plays a loud roar, just as effective at {{jump scar|e}}ing you as the Lair of the Beast. Not to mention the scare that comes with the concern for the fate of the Blumaroo.

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* The infamous Beast also appears in Bouncy Supreme. The game is about a jelly blumaroo Blumaroo bouncing on pillars over a volcano to get away from it. If you lose all of your lives or run out of time, the game over screen appears and plays a loud roar, just as effective at {{jump scar|e}}ing you as the Lair of the Beast. Not to mention the scare that comes with the concern for the fate of the Blumaroo.


** The worst part? [[NothingIsScarier We never find out exactly what Old Lady Doppelganger did to the poor children.]]

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** The worst part? [[NothingIsScarier We never find out exactly what Old Lady Doppelganger did to the poor children. They may have been brats, but they didn't deserve it.]]


* In a Neopedia entry about [[http://www.neopets.com/neopedia.phtml?neopedia_id=196 The Deserted Fairground]] an Acara is telling her friends a scary story around a campfire about the aforementioned attraction. The story goes that at sundown on Halloween Night the fairground comes back to life, looking pristine and filled with carnival workers. Visitors have to leave before midnight, or else, and the story doesn't leave anything to the imagination. Those who stay past midnight get ''eaten'' by the cursed carnival workers and all that's found in the morning is a ruined fairground and ''"wet earth beyond the gates"''. After hearing the tale, the friends decide to go see if the story's true, and [[SarcasmMode surprise]], it is. They play and then prepare to leave just before midnight. One of the pets asks her friend for the time but his watch has [[StoppedClock stopped]]. Then the gates ahead of them [[DownerEnding suddenly swings shut...]]

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* In a Neopedia entry about [[http://www.neopets.com/neopedia.phtml?neopedia_id=196 The Deserted Fairground]] an Acara is telling her friends a scary story around a campfire about the aforementioned attraction. The story goes that at sundown on Halloween Night the fairground comes back to life, looking pristine and filled with carnival workers. Visitors have to leave before midnight, or else, and the story doesn't leave anything to the imagination. Those who stay past midnight get ''eaten'' by the cursed carnival workers and all that's found in the morning is a ruined fairground and ''"wet earth beyond the gates"''. After hearing the tale, the friends decide to go see if the story's true, and [[SarcasmMode surprise]], it is. They play and then prepare to leave just before midnight. One of the pets The Acara nervously asks her friend for the time but his watch has [[StoppedClock stopped]]. Then the gates ahead of them [[DownerEnding suddenly swings shut...]]


* The entire Haunted Woods probably counts, if you go into detail. There's a tree with a brain and a face there.
** The games that are based off the place, too. One has a friendly Kacheek that has to feed the [[BigEater Esophagor]] ''constantly'', or else [[BodyHorror he would become a mutant forever.]] Yeesh.
* The ''Web of Vernax'' game also has a menacing soundtrack.

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* The entire Haunted Woods probably counts, if you go into detail. detail... There's a tree with an [[NauseaFuel exposed brain]] ''and'' [[EyesDoNotBelongThere a brain and a face there.
face]] there!
** The games that are based off the place, too. One has a friendly Kacheek that has to feed the [[BigEater Esophagor]] ''constantly'', or else [[BodyHorror he would become a mutant forever.]] Mutant forever!]] Yeesh.
* The ''Web of Vernax'' game also has a rather menacing soundtrack.soundtrack, what with hunting Mootixs and all.


[[caption-width-right:257:'''[[HellIsThatNoise FRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!]]''' ]]Don't think just because the Neopets are colorful, cute and welcoming doesn't mean [[NightmareFuel they can't be scary as hell.]]

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[[caption-width-right:257:'''[[HellIsThatNoise FRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!]]''' ]]Don't think just because the most of Neopets are [[SugarBowl colorful, cute and welcoming welcoming]] doesn't mean [[NightmareFuel they can't be [[NightmareFuel scary as hell.]]


* Jhudora can be pretty creepy. Her Gallery of Evil entry states that while she hasn't done anything truly evil just yet, that's ''why'' she's creepy. [[ParanoiaFuel Nobody knows when that's going to change, or how terrible her first mavolent action will be]]...

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* Jhudora can be pretty creepy. Her Gallery of Evil entry states that while she hasn't done anything truly evil just yet, that's ''why'' she's creepy. [[ParanoiaFuel Nobody knows when that's going to change, or how terrible her first mavolent malevolent action will be]]...be]].



* The Neopets Team loves indirectly saying there has been violence while at the same time saying there's no violence (see the "rust" example down below). Case in point, a new book called "How to Teach Your Pet Not to Eat Everything They See Book". The announcement description is as such: ''"It’s been a while. You decide to check on your Pet. You open the door and – oh not again! You better pick up this guide: How to Teach Your Pet Not to Eat Everything They See Book. You can get your hands on a copy at the Book Shop. And then you might want to grab some towels to clean up the spilled…milk…"'' 'Milk' is in bright red text! It's probably [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial ketchup]], right, Neopets Team?

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* The Neopets Team loves indirectly saying there has been violence while at the same time saying there's no violence (see the "rust" example down below). Case in point, a new violence. A book called "How to Teach Your Pet Not to Eat Everything They See Book". The Book"'s announcement description is as such: ''"It’s "It's been a while. You decide to check on your Pet. You open the door and – oh not again! You better pick up this guide: How to Teach Your Pet Not to Eat Everything They See Book. You can get your hands on a copy at the Book Shop. And then you might want to grab some towels to clean up the spilled…milk…"'' spilled... milk..." 'Milk' is in bright red text! It's probably [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial ketchup]], right, Neopets Team?text, indicating blood.



* One plot involves random Neopets turning into nightmarish Wraiths, [[SickDayEpisode Queen Fyora being out of commission and in the hospital]], and the Faerie Festival being destroyed, [[UpToEleven all at the same time]]!


* Another JumpScare can come from the snow beast which comes along roaring when you wait too long on Snowball Fight.
* Jhudora can be pretty creepy. Her Gallery of Evil entry states that while she hasn't done anything truly evil just yet, that's ''why'' she's creepy. [[ParanoiaFuel Nobody knows when that's going to change, or how terrible her first action will be]].

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* Another JumpScare can come from the snow beast Snow Beast, which comes along roaring when you wait too long on Snowball Fight.
* Jhudora can be pretty creepy. Her Gallery of Evil entry states that while she hasn't done anything truly evil just yet, that's ''why'' she's creepy. [[ParanoiaFuel Nobody knows when that's going to change, or how terrible her first mavolent action will be]].be]]...



* In a Neopedia entry about [[http://www.neopets.com/neopedia.phtml?neopedia_id=196 The Deserted Fairground]] an Acara is telling her friends a scary story around a campfire about the aforementioned attraction. The story goes that at sundown on Halloween Night the fairground comes back to life, looking pristine and filled with carnival workers. Visitors have to leave before midnight, or else, and the story doesn't leave anything to the imagination. Those who stay past midnight get ''eaten'' by the cursed carnival workers and all that's found in the morning is a ruined fairground and ''"wet earth beyond the gates"''. After hearing the tale, the friends decide to go see if the story's true, and [[SarcasmMode surprise]], it is. They play and then prepare to leave just before midnight. One of the pets asks her friend for the time but his watch has [[StoppedClock stopped]]. Then the gates ahead of them suddenly swing shut.
* The Neopets Team loves indirectly saying there has been violence while at the same time saying there's no violence (see the "rust" example down below). Case in point, a new book called "How to Teach Your Pet Not to Eat Everything They See Book". The announcement description is as such: "It’s been a while. You decide to check on your Pet. You open the door and – oh not again! You better pick up this guide: How to Teach Your Pet Not to Eat Everything They See Book. You can get your hands on a copy at the Book Shop. And then you might want to grab some towels to clean up the spilled…milk…" 'Milk' is in bright red text. It's probably [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial ketchup]], right, Neopets Team?

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* In a Neopedia entry about [[http://www.neopets.com/neopedia.phtml?neopedia_id=196 The Deserted Fairground]] an Acara is telling her friends a scary story around a campfire about the aforementioned attraction. The story goes that at sundown on Halloween Night the fairground comes back to life, looking pristine and filled with carnival workers. Visitors have to leave before midnight, or else, and the story doesn't leave anything to the imagination. Those who stay past midnight get ''eaten'' by the cursed carnival workers and all that's found in the morning is a ruined fairground and ''"wet earth beyond the gates"''. After hearing the tale, the friends decide to go see if the story's true, and [[SarcasmMode surprise]], it is. They play and then prepare to leave just before midnight. One of the pets asks her friend for the time but his watch has [[StoppedClock stopped]]. Then the gates ahead of them [[DownerEnding suddenly swing shut.
swings shut...]]
* The Neopets Team loves indirectly saying there has been violence while at the same time saying there's no violence (see the "rust" example down below). Case in point, a new book called "How to Teach Your Pet Not to Eat Everything They See Book". The announcement description is as such: "It’s ''"It’s been a while. You decide to check on your Pet. You open the door and – oh not again! You better pick up this guide: How to Teach Your Pet Not to Eat Everything They See Book. You can get your hands on a copy at the Book Shop. And then you might want to grab some towels to clean up the spilled…milk…" spilled…milk…"'' 'Milk' is in bright red text. text! It's probably [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial ketchup]], right, Neopets Team?



* One plot involves Neopets turning into Wraiths, [[SickDayEpisode Queen Fyora being out of commission and in the hospital]], and the Faerie Festival being destroyed, all at the same time!

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* One plot involves random Neopets turning into nightmarish Wraiths, [[SickDayEpisode Queen Fyora being out of commission and in the hospital]], and the Faerie Festival being destroyed, [[UpToEleven all at the same time!time]]!

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* The Neopets Team loves indirectly saying there has been violence while at the same time saying there's no violence (see the "rust" example down below). Case in point, a new book called "How to Teach Your Pet Not to Eat Everything They See Book". The announcement description is as such: "It’s been a while. You decide to check on your Pet. You open the door and – oh not again! You better pick up this guide: How to Teach Your Pet Not to Eat Everything They See Book. You can get your hands on a copy at the Book Shop. And then you might want to grab some towels to clean up the spilled…milk…" 'Milk' is in bright red text. It's probably [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial ketchup]], right, Neopets Team?


* The Spooky Food Shop. It has a cute name but horrible wares. For example, the Blumaroo Steak, the description of which reads thus: "What goes bounce, bounce...whirrr....splat?" Then there's the several food items that involve Petpets. Let's not forget the pumpkin pie, either. Its description says: "Legend says that they used to make these pies out of [[FridgeHorror something]] [[NothingIsScarier other]] than pumpkin in the past..." The Neopets Team horribly confirms that ''the Neopets'' sometimes eat food products made from [[ImAHumanitarian OTHER NEOPETS]], and some even eat Petpets! And it's not even necessary, since there are other foods in this shop that are perfectly fine, like [[EyeScream Mashed Eye Potato]].....

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* The Spooky Food Shop. It has a cute name but horrible wares. For example, the Blumaroo Steak, the description of which reads thus: "What goes bounce, bounce...whirrr....splat?" Then there's the several food items that involve Petpets. Let's not forget the pumpkin pie, either. Its description says: "Legend says that they used to make these pies out of [[FridgeHorror something]] [[NothingIsScarier other]] than pumpkin in the past..." The Neopets Team horribly confirms that ''the Neopets'' sometimes eat food products made from [[ImAHumanitarian OTHER NEOPETS]], and some even eat Petpets! And it's not even necessary, since there are other foods in this shop that are perfectly fine, like [[EyeScream Mashed Eye Potato]].....Potato]]. The Tyrannian Food Shop isn't much better. There is an item called "Mynci on a Stick", and it's apparently chunks of Mynci "roasted to perfection". The Lost Desert Food Shop also has dubious food items, most of them involving Petpets.


* The Spooky Food Shop. It has a cute name but horrible wares. For example, the Blumaroo Steak, the description of which reads thus: "What goes bounce, bounce...whirrr....splat?" Then there's the several food items that involve Petpets. Let's not forget the pumpkin pie, either. Its description says: "Legend says that they used to make these pies out of [[FridgeHorror something]] [[NothingIsScarier other]] than pumpkin in the past..." Neopets horribly confirms that ''the Neopets'' sometimes eat food products made from [[ImAHumanitarian OTHER NEOPETS]], and some even eat Petpets! And it's not even necessary, since there are other foods in this shop that are perfectly fine, like [[EyeScream Mashed Eye Potato]].....

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* The Spooky Food Shop. It has a cute name but horrible wares. For example, the Blumaroo Steak, the description of which reads thus: "What goes bounce, bounce...whirrr....splat?" Then there's the several food items that involve Petpets. Let's not forget the pumpkin pie, either. Its description says: "Legend says that they used to make these pies out of [[FridgeHorror something]] [[NothingIsScarier other]] than pumpkin in the past..." The Neopets Team horribly confirms that ''the Neopets'' sometimes eat food products made from [[ImAHumanitarian OTHER NEOPETS]], and some even eat Petpets! And it's not even necessary, since there are other foods in this shop that are perfectly fine, like [[EyeScream Mashed Eye Potato]].....


* The Spooky Food Shop. It has a cute name but horrible wares. For example, the Blumaroo Steak, the description of which reads thus: "What goes bounce, bounce...whirrr....splat?" Then there's the several food items that involve PetPets. Let's not forget the pumpkin pie, either. Its description says: "Legend says that they used to make these pies out of [[FridgeHorror something]] [[NothingIsScarier other]] than pumpkin in the past..." Neopets horribly confirms that ''the Neopets'' sometimes eat food products made from [[ImAHumanitarian OTHER NEOPETS]], and some even eat PetPets! And it's not even necessary, since there are other foods in this shop that are perfectly fine, like [[EyeScream Mashed Eye Potato]].....

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* The Spooky Food Shop. It has a cute name but horrible wares. For example, the Blumaroo Steak, the description of which reads thus: "What goes bounce, bounce...whirrr....splat?" Then there's the several food items that involve PetPets.Petpets. Let's not forget the pumpkin pie, either. Its description says: "Legend says that they used to make these pies out of [[FridgeHorror something]] [[NothingIsScarier other]] than pumpkin in the past..." Neopets horribly confirms that ''the Neopets'' sometimes eat food products made from [[ImAHumanitarian OTHER NEOPETS]], and some even eat PetPets! Petpets! And it's not even necessary, since there are other foods in this shop that are perfectly fine, like [[EyeScream Mashed Eye Potato]].....

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* The Spooky Food Shop. It has a cute name but horrible wares. For example, the Blumaroo Steak, the description of which reads thus: "What goes bounce, bounce...whirrr....splat?" Then there's the several food items that involve PetPets. Let's not forget the pumpkin pie, either. Its description says: "Legend says that they used to make these pies out of [[FridgeHorror something]] [[NothingIsScarier other]] than pumpkin in the past..." Neopets horribly confirms that ''the Neopets'' sometimes eat food products made from [[ImAHumanitarian OTHER NEOPETS]], and some even eat PetPets! And it's not even necessary, since there are other foods in this shop that are perfectly fine, like [[EyeScream Mashed Eye Potato]].....


* One plot involves Neopets turning into Wraiths, Queen Fyora being out of commission and in the hospital, and the Faerie Festival being destroyed.

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* One plot involves Neopets turning into Wraiths, [[SickDayEpisode Queen Fyora being out of commission and in the hospital, hospital]], and the Faerie Festival being destroyed.destroyed, all at the same time!

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