One-Click Neopets Dailies

Neopets Dailies compiled in a list form for your convenience! Visit these essential Dailies to get neopets freebies for little to no work! Most of these dailies for neopets only require a simple visit to the daily link, while others require you to spend some NP to play the daily. CTRL+D to bookmark this page!

What’s different about this dailies page, and the millions out there you ask? Well, just by visiting this page daily, most of your dailies will automatically be completed, with no work required on your part. Don’t believe us? Give it a try for yourself. Check your inventory before and after, to see your daily earnings (lottery-ticket purchases are apart of this, so if you see minimal NP lose, it is from that. If you don’t want lottery purchases apart of you dailies, than please use this link instead).

Neopets Freebies

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Soup Kitchen
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Giant Jelly
Slightly Trampled Omelette
Giant Omelette

Bank Interest
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The Money Tree
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Second-Hand Shoppe
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Rubbish Dump
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Altador Plot Prizes
Pot Of Neopoints
Shop Till

Shop of Offers
I Love Games
Favorite Games
Petpet Park
PetPetPark Daily

Monthly Freebies

Movie Central

Obsidian Quarry
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Apple Bobbing
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Anchor Management
Gold Gem Negg
Mysterious Negg Cave
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Obelisk Plot
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Grave Danger
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Kiko Pop

Neopets Wheels and Scratchcards


Wheel of Mediocrity

Wheel of Excitement

Wheel of Misfortune
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Wheel of Knowledge
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Wheel of Monotony

Wheel of Extravagance

NC Archive Wheel
Icetravaganza Scratchcard
Winter Scratchcard Kiosk
Rotting Riches Scratchcard
Spooky Scratchcard Kiosk
Sandtravaganza Scratchcard
Desert Scratchcard Kiosk

Essential Neo Dailies

Tombola Keyring
Tombola

Snowager

Guess the Marrow
Hagan the Wise (TCG)
Wise Old King

Grumpy Old King

Deserted Tomb

Fruit Machine

Coltzan’s Shrine

Deadly Dice

Kreludor Meteor

The Discarded Magical Blue Grundo Plushie of Prosperity
Broken Fishing Pole
Ye Olde Fishing Vortex

Hide n’ Seek

Qasalan Expellibox

Lunar Temple

Potato Counter
Forgotten Shore Stamp
Forgotten Shore

Healing Spring
Super Attack Pea
BD Daily Prizes

Neopets Dailies that require NP to Play


Smuggler’s Cove

Garage Sale

Buried Treasure

Poogle Racing

Turdle Racing

Lever of Doom

Grarrl Keno

Neopian Lottery

Test Your Strength

Wishing Well

Coconut Shy

Bagatelle

Cork Gun Gallery

Double or Nothing

Kiss the Mortog

Cheeseroller

Pick Your Own

Food Club

Stock Market

Snow Wars

Almost Abandoned Attic

Faerie Caverns

Cheat!

Scorchy Slots

Gormball

Dice A Roo

Toy Repair Shop

Other Dailies for Neopets


Turmaculus

Symol Hole

Laboratory Ray

Petpet Laboratory Ray

Stock Market

Neopets News

Neopian Times

Codestone Training

Dubloon Training

Ninja Training School

Trading Post

Auction House

Employment Agency

Neolodge

Featured Band

Haiku

Island Mystic

Golden Dubloon

Kelp Restaurant

Merry Go Round

Tiki Tours

Neomail

Tarla Shop

Tarla’s Treasures

Multiplayer Competition

Kadoatery

Neggery

Plushie Tycoon

Magma Pool

Tangor’s Workshop

Cliffhanger

Neoquest

Neoquest II

NeoCola Machine

Alien Aisha Vending Machine

Neopets Quests


Illusen’s Quest

Jhudora’s Quest

Brain Tree Quest

Esophagor Quest

Kitchen Quest

Snow Faerie Quest

Edna’s Quest

Faerie Quest

Coincidence

Neopets Contests and Spotlights


Lenny Conundrum

Neohome

Gallery

Gourmet Club

Site Spotlight

Petpet Spotlight

Pet Spotlight

Art Gallery

Poem

Better Than You

Neopian Times

Beauty Contest

Caption Contest

Mystery Pic Competition

Story Telling

Customisation

User Lookup

Buy Neopoints

Many players wait until midnight NST mature to get their neopets dailies. They swarm the Neopets website by the thousands. However, does this set sights on that their dailies will be less successful, and manage to pay for out fewer items, before thousands of players are statute the similar daily at the same time? I mean, what if the Neopets website is intended to meet the expense of out a certain number of items every hour? For instance, perhaps a wheel gives out a frosty food item subsequent to all hour. Wouldn’t it create more desirability to spin the wheel later, rather than at midnight subsequent to you’re battling thousands of new users at the same wheel? This is as a consequence the defense why I fight in the Battledome in the tardy afternoon or to the fore evening, rather than in the day as soon as I wake up. I don’t know if it’s just me, but it seems in imitation of I get more red Codestones taking into account I fight in the evening (usually 2-4), whereas in the morning, I acquire a lot of junk and no more than 3 tan Codestones. I think the fact that in the morning, I’m joining hundreds if not thousands of other players in the Battledome, which makes the pool of fine prizes smaller and smaller.

I also have the superstition that by donating all of my “junk” items from dailies to the allowance Tree, I’m inviting enlarged luck. every hours of daylight I donate 10-15 items worth less than 100 Neopoints to the allowance Tree, and I irritated my fingers that this will put into action a Fountain Faerie Quest or some new similarly awesome Random Event! Wondering if I was physical too neurotic and superstitious practically my neo dailies, I decided to question the support Neoboard (which has the biggest population of players) what beliefs THEY had approximately their Neopets dailies!

One performer said that she always does her dailies in a stand-in order every morning. She believes that she’ll acquire the best prizes from them if her routine is gruff and exchange from hours of daylight to day. I have to admit, I nodded and unconditionally unconditionally taking into account her! I have a thesame neurosis — I accomplish my dailies in the thesame *order* every day, but at a *different time* all day. So, if I attain daily neopets at 1 pm one day, I do dailies at 6 pm the adjacent day. For some reason, I’m convinced that this will garner the best prizes… weird, eh? I know it’s baseless, but I refuse to change! Another player adamantly insisted that it’s not good to complete dailies one after another, claiming that the website will know we’re excited and offer us bad or no prizes. Seems reasonable, don’t you think?

One engaging superstition was that by having totally few Neopoints and items on hand, you’re inviting bigger luck from the dailies. The artist who suggested this claimed that she never has more than 5,000 Neopoints upon hand, and zero items in her inventory. She believed that the poverty of her account invited better and more positive neopets dailies results and Random Events. I thought this was definitely plausible!

One aspect of the site that I used to deem a daily was pricing the items in my shop. Thanks to the Battledome, I always have a lot of Codestones to sell. However, on the supplementary hand of pricing my shop every day, I now regard as being it a “weekly”; namely, I forlorn price my shop on Friday evenings, afterward everyone is home from assistant professor and work, and appropriate the Neopets website by the thousands. Codestones become inflated then, which spells fine things for my bank account!

One performer insisted that checking the Faerie Quests page was share of her dailies. Unlike like other Faeries, the Crafting Faerie nevertheless allows you to use the Shop Wizard, and hence it’s hard to tell whether you have a Crafting Faerie quest that’s blocking you from receiving other Faerie quests. I have the thesame neurosis! I even bookmarked the Faerie Quests page on my browser, and I click upon it on all half hour that I’m upon Neopets, ready to reject the Crafting Faerie quest if there is one. Checking this page counts as one of my dailies, and it’s interesting to know that I’m not alone!

A frosty supplementary aspect of dailies, nowadays, is the unbelievable selection of Fortune Cookies at the NC Mall! People snap taking place cookies by the dozens, like the most popular ones innate Faerie Quest Fortune Cookies and Lab Ray Fortune Cookies. These new additions to our dailies are fun and cheap, and I love to buy Faerie Quest Fortune Cookies several become old a year in the hopes of getting a Fountain Faerie quest from one of them. I think this is a good artifice to mount up pizzazz to our dailies!

I celebrated all of the players upon my thread who had unique, self-imposed dailies. Many people admitted that they had a lot of goals that they take action hard on accomplishing all single day. For instance, one artiste said that she was trying to acquire the Kadoatie avatar, and got going on at 2 am all daylight to feed Kadoaties at the Kadoatery. option performer wanted to entire sum 5000 omelettes (and is currently at 3744). A Battledomer wanted to accumulation the strength of her pet by 1-2 points per day. And still different player, who happens to be a close Neofriend, is aggravating to invest a sum of 10 million Neopoints in the buildup Market, and invests some Neopoints each day. One of my own self-imposed neopets dailies is submitting questions to the Editorial! I’ve gotten 15 questions published as a result far, and my overall direct is 50!

Another self-imposed daily of mine is checking Neoboard 7. Neoboard 7 is the board that pops occurring during plots, events, and the Winter Starlight Celebration. Players swarm to this board all morning like plots and comings and goings are afoot, in order to contact instructions not quite the latest steps, as competently as learn roughly any glitches or errors that might consequences from not doing the steps properly. During plots and events, scanning Neoboard 7 becomes one of my dailies, and I happily bookmark it upon my browser, as well as the Sunnyneo and Jellyneo guides!

Thanks for reading this article! It was fun to write just about our neuroses and superstitions, especially because they all create a lot of sense. I was dexterous to write so much about them, and couldn’t discount any of them! I have to admit, I extremely following most of them, which was beautiful interesting!

Enjoy your dailies, my fellow players! I know that they constitute the happiest half hour of your Neopets lives, and I tone the same way!

Neopets Jhudora’s Bluff

Neopets Jhudora’s Bluff is located in Faerieland, on Jhudora’s Cloud. There will be standing the Dark Faerie Jhudora, where you will be able to do quests for her. Neopets Jhudora’s Bluff quests will not be available if you’re doing Illusen’s quests at the same time because both of these faeries are rivalries.

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Gameplay

At any time during any given day, you will be able to do a quest for Jhudora. This is not a random event where Jhudora will ask you to do a quest for her. Instead, you will be able to decide whether or not you want to help her out. Remember that you will not be able to ask her for a quest if you’re already doing one for Illusen, simply because she hates her. You will also be able to get the Evil Jhudora avatar if you complete one of her quest during February 4th.

Note that because of the limited time of 16 minutes 40 seconds, you will be able to use the Shop Wizard to complete Jhudora’s quests. However, if you fail to bring her the requested item because you took too much time (more than 16 minutes 40 seconds), you will get back to the first level and if you were on the high score table of Jhudora’s Bluff, you will also be removed from there. You will then have to wait 12 hours, just like if you’ve finished the quest to be able to receive another quest from her.

After finishing a quest for Jhudora, you will be able to seek another quest, after 12 hours of time, but the rarity of the items will increase. For the first quests, you will be fine with the quests she will impose, but after that, the items will become mostly unbuyables, in the millions NP range. There will be even a point where even if you have the NP, you will not find any seller for the item you’re looking for. Look for the Jhudora’s Bluff guide to get advice and ways to get to the last level, which is 50.

For the first levels of Neopets Jhudora’s Bluff, sometimes she will ask you for unbuyables items, which means that they are items that can not be traded between Neopians. If you find yourself in that situation, keep calm. There is a store that has infinite amount of stock and this is where you will be able to go in order to finish the quest. The store is called Neohomes Superstore, where you will be able to visit from Neopia Central.

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Neopets Jhudora’s Bluff Prizes

Every time you will finish a quest for Jhudora, you will be sometimes rewarded with prizes. Not all the levels will give you a prize, though. Approximately 1/3 of them. You should note that the item Jhudora will ask you for will be dependent of the quest level you’re currently on. For the first levels, the rarity of the items will be pretty reasonable and you will be able to find them in the Shop Wizard. For the later levels, the items will get more expensive and they will be possibly found in auctions, on the trading post or through other places. Below is a list that will show you the item rarity you will be asked for each level, along with if there is a prize upon successful completion or not.

Level 1: For the first level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r10 and r25. Upon successful completion of that level, you will be given a Poisonous Lollypop.

Level 2: For the second level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r15 and r25. Upon successful completion of that level, no prize will be awarded.

Level 3: For the third level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r20 and r30. Upon successful completion of that level, you will be given a Noxious Nectar.

Level 4: For the fourth level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r20 and r37. Upon successful completion of that level, no prize will be awarded.

Level 5: For the fifth level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r28 and r40. Upon successful completion of that level, you will be given a Jhudoras Brush.

Level 6: For the sixth level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r32 and r45. Upon successful completion of that level, no prize will be awarded.

Level 7: For the seventh level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r36 and r46. Upon successful completion of that level, no prize will be awarded.

Level 8: For the eighth level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r40 and r51. Upon successful completion of that level, you will be given a Purple Blob Potion.

Level 9: For the ninth level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r40 and r57. Upon successful completion of that level, no prize will be awarded.

Level 10: For the tenth level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r48 and r62. Upon successful completion of that level, no prize will be awarded.

Level 11: For eleventh level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r50 and r62. Upon successful completion of that level, you will be given a Jhudora T-Shirt.

Level 12: For the twelfth level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r56 and r66. Upon successful completion of that level, no prize will be awarded.

Level 13: For the thirteenth level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r60 and r69. Upon successful completion of that level, no prize will be awarded.

Level 14: For the fourteenth level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r60 and r74. Upon successful completion of that level, you will be given a Gnome Shroom.

Level 15: For the fifteenth level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r66 and r80. Upon successful completion of that level, no prize will be awarded.

Level 16: For the sixteenth level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r72 and r83. Upon successful completion of that level, no prize will be awarded.

Level 17: For the seventeenth level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r75 and r87. Upon successful completion of that level, you will be given a Caustic Potion.

Level 18: For the eighteenth level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r78 and r87. Upon successful completion of that level, no prize will be awarded.

Level 19: For the nineteenth level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r82 and r92. Upon successful completion of that level, no prize will be awarded.

Level 20: For the twentieth level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r85 and r93. Upon successful completion of that level, you will be given a Dark Faerie Magic.

Level 21: The rarity range of the items you will have to bring, during that level, will be between r88 and r94. Upon successful completion of that level, no prize will be awarded.

Level 22: The rarity range of the items you will have to bring, during that level, will be between r90 and r94. Upon successful completion of that level, no prize will be awarded.

Level 23: The rarity range of the items you will have to bring, during that level, will be between r92 and r96. Upon successful completion of that level, you will be given a Malice potion.

Level 24: The rarity range of the items you will have to bring, during that level, will be between r93 and r96. Upon successful completion of that level, no prize will be awarded.

Level 25: The rarity range of the items you will have to bring, during that level, will be between r94 and r96. Upon successful completion of that level, no prize will be awarded.

Level 26: The rarity range of the items you will have to bring, during that level, will be between r95 and r98. Upon successful completion of that level, no prize will be awarded.

Level 27: The rarity range of the items you will have to bring, during that level, will be between r96 and r98. Upon successful completion of that level, no prize will be awarded.

Level 28: The rarity range of the items you will have to bring, during that level, will be between r97 and r99. Upon successful completion of that level, no prize will be awarded.

Level 29: The rarity range of the items you will have to bring, during that level, will be between r98 and r99. Upon successful completion of that level, you will be given a Wind Up Rat.

Level 30: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, no prize will be awarded.

Level 31: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, no prize will be awarded.

Level 32: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, you will be given a Toxic Shroom.

Level 33: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, no prize will be awarded.

Level 34: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, no prize will be awarded.

Level 35: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, you will be given a Dark Shroom.

Level 36: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, no prize will be awarded.

Level 37: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, no prize will be awarded.

Level 38: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, you will be given a Jhudoras Potion.

Level 39: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, no prize will be awarded.

Level 40: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, no prize will be awarded.

Level 41: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, you will be given a Bartamus.

Level 42: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, no prize will be awarded.

Level 43: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, no prize will be awarded.

Level 44: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, you will be given a Dark Faerie Collar.

Level 45: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, no prize will be awarded.

Level 46: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, no prize will be awarded.

Level 47: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, you will be given a Portable Cloud.

Level 48: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, no prize will be awarded.

Level 49: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, no prize will be awarded.

Level 50: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, you will be given a Wand of the Dark Faerie.

Neopet’s Jhudora’s Bluff Scores & Points

Just like Illusen’s Glade, there is a high score table for Jhudora’s Bluff, which will reset every month. If you’re going after a high score or after a trophy, you will have to know how exactly the pointing works. Just by completing one quest of Jhudora, you will be given 1,000 points. Know that there is a maximum time of 16 minutes 40 seconds for every quest, which is a total of 1,000 seconds. Each single second is considered like a bonus point. Every time you waste a second, you will also lose a bonus point. For that reason, you will have to be fast when completing quests.

Through the month, the scores that are obtained by Jhudora’s quests will increase simply because the quests are cumulative, like seen before, and are able to go to higher levels where the limit is level #50. You will be able to complete a quest every 12 hours. If you’re going after a trophy, you will have to start at level 1. If you fail one of her quests, not only you will have to wait 12 hours to be able to receive another one, but you will be removed from the high score table if you’ve been there during that specific month. It is always recommended that you try for the trophy at the first the of the month, because the HST will reset then, for all games.

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Neopets’ Jhudora’s Bluff Cheats

If going after the trophy, you will have to get the quest done in the minimum amount of time, which means that you should be ready. Because there is chance that you receive a non-trading neohome item during the first few quests, copy the URL of the Neohomes Superstore so that you will be able to get there to purchase the item Jhudora is looking for, then to finish the quest in a manner of seconds. For the later levels, where the items will get harder to find, try to start the quest(s) when there is a lot of people online, and when the boards are active. This way, you will be able to make a notice so that they will know you will be seeking a specific r99 item. If, however, no one have the item, you can try to search them through the galleries and hope that the owner of these items is online at that time, even if the chances are very slim.

Finally, there is another Avatar that you can receive, the Jhudora’s Cloud Avatar, which is obtained when you successfully complete Jhudora’s quest #20.

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Neopets Illusen’s Glade

Neopets Illusen’s Glade is located in Meridell where you will be able to take quests from Illusen herself. Neopets Illusen’s Glade will not give you too much time for quests completion, though, so you may want to prepare yourself.

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Gameplay

Whenever you want, you will be able to visit Illusen’s Glade to take a quest. However, note that you will only be able to complete a quest every 12 hours. If you’re already doing a quest for Jhudora, you will not be able to take a quest from Illusen because they are rivals. Completing a quest on Illusen Day will give you the Illusen Doll Avatar, which is available on March 17th.

Because you will not have a lot of time to complete her quests and because the items will get rarer the more you progress, you will be allowed to purchase items through the Shop Wizard to complete her quests. The time she will give you to complete one of her quests is really short. 16 minutes and 40 seconds will be given to you for each quest you take. If you fail at bringing the wanted item before and the time runs out, you will fall back to the first level. In addition, if you were on the High score table, your username will be removed from there.

After completing one of her quests, you will be able to proceed to the next level. There is a total of 50 levels. For the first levels, she will ask you for relatively cheap items that will be found on the Shop Wizard. The further you progress, the rarer the items she asks for will get. At some point, the items will be unbuyables and you will have to get them from other places, for example from the Trading Post, from auctions or from users you know they have them.

An item of rarity 99 will always be asked when you reach the high level of the quests. A good suggestion will be to make a heads up for other players that you will be looking for r99 items during a specific time so that you waste no time when asked for the item. Sometimes, the items she will ask you for will only be on the TP. It is recommended that you Neomail all of the users who have them there ASAP so that you can purchase them. You will have to haggle fast or not at all if you’re looking to finish her quest fast enough. Some other times you will even be asked for items that are too rare, that you will not find any on the TP. In that case, you can make a quick search in galleries trough the Shop Wizard and mail the most possible users to purchase their item, as soon as possible. Remember that you will only be given 16 minutes and 40 seconds to complete her quests.

Some of the items she will ask you during the first few levels can be no-trading, which means you will not be able to find them on the Shop Wizard or to purchase them from other users. These items are Neohome items and they can be found at the Neohomes Superstore. That store has an unlimited quantity of items and you will be able to purchase what you’re looking for in a manner of seconds.

Neopets Illusen’s Glade Prizes

Every time you complete a level, Illusen will give you a prize that is exclusive to her. The prizes will become better the more you progress simply because the items she will ask for will cost you millions of NP (if you find them). The list below will show you the range of rarity for each level, along with the prize you will be awarded with. When you see r#, it means that the item will be of x to y rarity. Note that the items can be anything that exist on Neopets.

Level 1: For the first level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r10 and r20. Upon successful completion of that level, you will be given a Illusens Cream Cookie.

Level 3: For the third level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r15 and r25. Upon completion of that level, you will be given a Illusens Potion.

Level 5: For the fifth level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r20 and r30. Upon successful completion of that level, you will be given a Illusens Comb.

Level 8: For the eighth level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r24 and r34. Upon completion of that level, you will be given a Cucumber Eye Cream.

Level 11: For the eleventh level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r42 and r55. Upon successful completion of that level, you will be given a Illusens Novel.

Level 14: For the fourteenth level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r55 and r63. Upon completion of that level, you will be given a Mud Mixture.

Level 17: For the seventeenth level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r66 and r77. Upon successful completion of that level, you will be give a Flower Cake.

Level 20: For the twentieth level, the rarity range of the items you will have to bring will be between r76 and r82. Upon completion of that level, you will be given a Rain Water Shampoo.

Level 23: The rarity range of the items you will have to bring, during that level, will be between r82 and r87. Upon successful completion of that level, you will be give a Rose Shake.

Level 26: The rarity range of the items you will have to bring, during that level, will be between r85 and r87. Upon completion of that level, you will be given a Earth Spell Book.

Level 29: The rarity range of the items you will have to bring, during that level, will be between r88 and r89. Upon successful completion of that level, you will be given a Leaf Shield.

Level 32: The rarity range of the items you will have to bring, during that level, will be between r90 and r95. Upon completion of that level, you will be given a Illusens Earth Potion.

Level 35: The rarity range of the items you will have to bring, during that level, will be between r94 and r99. Upon successful completion of that level, you will be given a Honey Potion.

Level 38: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, you will be given a Illusens Scroll.

Level 41: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, you will be given a Illusens Blade.

Level 44: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, you will be given a Leaf Taco.

Level 47: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, you will be given a Illusens Orb Plant.

Level 50: During that level, the item rarity will only be r99. Upon successful completion, you will be given a Illusens Staff.

Scoring & Points

If you’re going after a high score to earn yourself a trophy, it is recommended that you know how the points work, so that you will know what to be to find yourself on the Illusen’s Glade High score table. Every time you successfully complete a quest for Illusen, you will be given 1,000 points. You can also get a maximum of 1,000 bonus points, which are based on the time it takes you to bring her the requested item. As you already know, you will be given 16 minutes and 40 seconds for every quest. That means 1,000 bonus points. For every second you lose when doing a quest, a bonus point will be deducted.

Neopets Illusen’s Glade Cheats

The high score table will reset at the beginning of the month. However, the scores are cumulative, that means you will not be able to receive a trophy after the first day of the month if you don’t start then. Failing a quest will result in being removed from the high score table. If you’re going after a trophy, you should start from level 1 at the beginning of the month and do the quest two times during the day, simply because you can complete on of her quests once every 12 hours. Waste the minimum amount of possible seconds when doing a quest, because you will not want someone else to get it done before you. Copy the URL of the Neohomes Superstore to quickly get there when Illusen asks you for a non-tradable item, that is very common in the first rounds. Also, make sure that enough people are online if you’re going after the famous Illusens Staff, simply because the quest items will be, on many occasions, very rare and not available on the TP.

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Lastly, you can earn the Illusen’s Glade Avatar after you complete Illusen’s quest #20.

Neopets Esophagor – Brain Tree Quests

Neopets Esophagor Quests are missions that you will take from the Esophagor, located in the Haunted Woods, that is not really friendly. He is a slime monster that is very lazy, with a great appetite. For that reason, Neopets Esophagor Quests is where you will be asked to bring food to the Esophagor by clicking on the “Sure I will find you food” to successfully begin a quest. If you’re looking for a quest, you will not be allowed to have 60 items or more in stock. Thus, you may want to put some of them in your SDB using the quick stock option.

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Quest Objective & Prizes

When you take a quest, you will be asked to bring between one and three Spooky Food items that can be low priced or high priced, depending on their rarity. Sometimes they will cost you as low as ~10 NP and some other times they will be in the 100k+ NP range. If he asks you for an expensive item, simply don’t do it. It is not worth it. A maximum of 10 Esophagor quests can be done during a single day.

Most people complete the Esophagor quest simply to get him as a Battledome Challenger. However, he will not give you an Avatar. His prizes will not be higher than r89 items.

Associate – Brain Tree

The Brain Tree is a spooky looking tree that is also located in the Haunted Woods. The Esophagor and the Brain Tree are associate because when you go to do a Brain Tree quest, you will be asked for information. The only way to get these information is by doing Esophagor quests. You can ask anyone on Neopets, no one will be able to provide an answer. You will have to complete a Esophagor quest to get the answer. As always, it will take more than one Esophagor quest to get a complete question asked by the Brain Tree. Two of them will be required, one of them to know the Date of Death of X, and another to get Y answer. The Brain Tree will also become a Battledome challenger when you complete its quests.

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Since the Esophagor will not reward you with an expensive item, never do his quests if hes asking for a super rare item that is highly priced, or after unbuyables unless, of course, you’re ultra rich. If you decide to not complete one of his quests, however, you will have it to end by itself to start the next one. Same thing applies for the Brain Tree, it will not give you super rare items, so you should consider the amount of NP you’re going spend as a “loss”.

There is also a Bonus associated to quests, where you will be given a prize, the Tales of the Esophagor book, after successful completion of Edna, Esophagor and Brain Tree quests during a month.

When you get both of the challengers, the only reason you would be doing more quests is if you’re looking for the Brain Tree trophy, which is all based on your speed to give it the valid answer.

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Neopets Edna’s Quests

Neopets Edna’s Quest is a challenge where you will have to bring specific ingredients for Edna, a Witch located in the Haunted Woods. Neopets Edna’s Quests is a mission based game where you will have to bring what it takes to a Witch that simply wants to make spells, but doesn’t have the strength to bring the ingredients herself. Note that you will have to hold less than 60 items in your inventory to start an Edna’s Quest.

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Quest Information

Neopets Edna’s Quests will allow you to choose if you want want to do a quest or not, simply because Edna is always looking for help. To do that, simply visit her and take up the quest. Note that you will not be able to complete more than 10 of her quests during a single day. Other quests can also fulfill these 10 quests, which are the Kitchen and Taelia Quests. When asked to bring a specific item, you will be given enough time to bring the said item, that is, most of the time, a food. You can find these items in the world of Neopia or on the Shop Wizard, which is the easiest place to find and purchase items from.

On many occasions, she will ask you for an expensive item, which will take off some of your economy, so be prepared. Her prizes, however, are not of a great value. You will be given, upon successful quest completion, NP ranging from 85 up to 263 and a Spooky Food that is of a rarity no more than 82. Whenever you finish her quest, she will be a Battledome challenger and will only be able to fight against from 12:00 AM to 1:00 AM NST. Most people don’t go after her quests for the prizes, but to get her as a Battledome challenger and for the Avatar she gives that will be described later. When she will be a challenger on the Battledome, you will not be able to get quests from her simply because she will not be at her tower anymore during that time. If, for example, you start a quest at 11:00 PM NST, you will only have one hour to successfully complete her quest, because when she will leave, you will not be given any additional time. This is why it is preferable, if you’re very serious about your investment and would like to find the cheapest possible items for trades, auctions, shop wizard, Neopian shops, etc to start your quest before that time.

As for the Avatar, it will be given to you random. It was, however, stated by TNT that it is not random. That it will be granted after she asks for specific items. Many players reported to have received the Edna – Cackle! Avatar when she asked them to bring her three items.

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