Avast, me heart! Though this be purely on random luck ye can travel
the boards of Neopia fer days and never set yer land-lubbin' eyes on
this ere' beauty. We're not having much to say about this ere' avy-tar,
but it just be so fun to talk like pirates. Arr. If ye be wantin' this ere'
avy-tar, ye should headover to Krawk Island and start digger fer treasure.
Good luck, matey; ye will be needin' it. Arr.
the MSPP. It can only be acquired by getting your hands on a Malevolent*
Sentient Poogle Plushie(TCG) card. To make things even more difficult,*
this item was originally available from the rare item codes that came in*
each base-set NeopetsTCG card pack. Upon redeeming the code, there*
was a small chance of winning a site item TCG card. Among those cards,*
there was an even slighter likelihood of getting the elusive Malevolent*
Sentient Poogle Plushie(TCG.)
At first, the cards were only some-what rare, fetching around 800,000 NP*
or so. As time wore on and more TCG expansions were released, fewer and*
fewer players boughtthe original base-set cards. Now, with the actual cards*
no longer in production, the site's version of the card is slowly vanishing from*
Neopia, and its price is climbing higher and higher. Thankfully, there is a*
slim(very, very slim) chance of acquiring the Malevolent Sentient Poogle*
Plushie (TCG.) from a Random Event on the Neopets site, which is better than*
nothing. Or you can get lucky and be lent!
75 Kads to earn thisavatar and “go pink,” as they call it. If you've been to the
Kadoatery, you'vesurely noticed the rows of yowling Kadoaties and the ridiculous
number of players trying to feed more of them every 20-45 minutes or so.
Whether you're trying to feed the Kadoateries from your inventory or attempting
to retrieve food fromyour SDB or the Shop Wizard, if you've tried to feed-one,
then you know how crazy it gets when those pesky Kads are asking for food. It's
like a Neopian stampede, and even managing to feed one Kad can seem like a miracle.
To those who have stuckwith it and become skilled Kad feeders – hats off to you.
That's some true serious you're showing, which is one of the reasons this avatar has
remained so elusive for so many Neopians.
imagine how much harder it must be to get into a specific issue that avatar hunters are
all clamouring to be published in as well? If you can, then you are probably aware of this
avatar, which is awarded to those whose article or comics is selected for every 50th edition
of the NeopianTimes (Since Article #200.)
Smugglers Cove, it was much more common to see those who were willing to lend the item out
so that others could get the avatar. Years later, though, many of the original 120 SuperAttack
Peas have been lost tothe world of Neopia. With only a fraction of them remaining, owners of
the Super Attack Peaare more-and-more hesitant to lend this precious item out to avatarcollectors.
With the value of SuAP approaching 850-900m*, even gathering collateral for one can be unimaginable
to many. Even with collateral, some owners are still unwilling to risk losing the item by lending.
Thankfully, there are still some Neopians who have been known to lend for free, but this is
still an extremely rare ocurance.
competiton to get this avatar is nearly unimaginable, and its acquisation is a goal for many
players who have slowly but surely climbed to the top of the Neoboard's Avatar Collector
high score table.
Making it into the top50 slots of that high score table may bot sound like a challenge
(at least it isn't thetop 10!) but considering the number of avatars needed to reach the top,
getting there requires an absurd degree of luck, flash game skill or incredibly rare items.
could have been received from the Mystery Island plot several years ago. What makes it so*
incredible rare is that it was awarded to the first 100 players who solved the plot, and then
it was retired. Well done to anyone who received this remarkable avatar!
this avatar you need abit of skill and a whole lot of luck. The odds of winning are so low it's
always a surprise to see someone sporting this elusive avatar.
Contest, the 15 winners are rewarded an extremely rare avatar. You can scarcely imagine how
many players submit captions on strictly the occasions when this avatar is made available.*
This makes the odds of your caption being found, selected and then actually winning so mind-
boggling small that itcan make even the most hardcore avatar collector lose hope. If you're seen*
sporting this avatar on the site, be prepared to get quite a few congratulations from your fellow*
and the most difficultof all those is the Mystery Island stamp collector avatar. The stamp
collection requires to get five stamps with a rarity of 99, and six with the rarity of 101 that are*
no longer available,plus one that is retired(in addition to the lower rarity stamps.)Even players*
who can afford the hundreds of millions of Neopoints needed to purchase all the stampare hard-
pressed to find any of them available for sale. What makes stamp avatars like this one a shiny glory*
is the fact that stamps cannot be borrowed and, once placed in an album(which is required for
the avatar), can never be removed. Anyone who has any of these stamp avatars truly deserves*
a well-earned pat on the back.
WOW stamp collector is too difficult to achieve LOL