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The Random Contest is collection of contests held on Neopets at least once every week. Since October 29, 2004, users have been asked to create different things from competition to competition, with no contest similar to the previous one. Winners receive an avatar, a special item and a Neopoints prize.

Overview[edit]

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Prizes[edit]

The prizes received from the Random Contest include Neopoints, items (usually called an "item of DOOM"), the Random Contest avatar and a trophy for their User Lookup. The items given as prizes usually link in some way to the contest being had, such as Spooky Food and the Halloween Site Theme given in Neopets Pumpkin Carving Extravaganza. Also, entries of art, writing or recording were placed within the database for other viewers to see.

1st place selections usually average 10 people each contest, with the base NP prize being 10K. 2nd place averages 20 people and has an average NP prize of 5K. 3rd place usually has 100 winners, with a base NP prize of 2K.

Past Contests[edit]

Contest 1 - 10[edit]

Neopets Pumpkin Carving Extravaganza

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On October 29, 2004, users sent in pictures of their Neopets themed pumpkin carvings.


Neopets Recipe Spectacular

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On November 5, 2004, users were asked to make a real recipe of a Neopets food item on the website, with full cooking instructions and an image of the finished product.


Random Contest Contest

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Users were asked to bring in their own ideas for what future random contests could be had.


Design Your Own Avatar

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Users were asked to create their own avatars, which would be turned into real avatars for Neopets.


Neopets Origami

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Users were asked to create Neopets inspired origami.


A Tune for Hannah

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Users were asked to create a ballad for Hannah.


Sock Puppet Sweepstakes

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Users were asked to create sock puppets.


Dr. Sloth Commands You To Leave A Message

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Users were asked to create answering machine messages of Dr. Sloth.


Maraquan Caption Challenge

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Users were asked to create Maraquan themed images which could be used for real Caption Competitions.


Tiki Mask Mania

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Users were asked to create Tiki Masks.


Contest 11 - 20[edit]

Tongue Twister Mayhem

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Users were asked to create tongue twisters which Mr. Insane would say.


Advert Attack (hey, we've heard that before!)

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Users were asked to create banner ads (animated ones or not) for their user owned shops, showing what they could be expected to buy, and what the general theme of their shop was.


Negg-O-Rama

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Users were asked to create Negg shaped things of Neopets.


Short Story Jamboree

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Users were asked to write a short story inspired by real Books in the item database of Neopets.


The Mysterious Neopets Headquarters

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Users were asked to depict what they thought the work place of The Neopets Team looked like.


Paint Brush Pageant

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Users were asked real life Paint Brushes, current or entirely new ones.


Piñata Potporri

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Users were asked to create a Neopets-themed piñata.


Haiku Hysteria

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Users were asked to create a Neopets-themed haikus.


Petpet Reverberation

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Users were asked to create an audio file of what they thought a Petpet sounded like. User could put their Petpet in a situation of their choosing, and include speaking characters in their audio, as long as they kept to the rule that Petpets couldn't speak.


Totally Awesome Albums

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Users were asked to create an album cover for the bands who appeared at Tyrannian Concert Hall.


Contest 21 - 30[edit]

Contest 31 - 40[edit]

Contest 41 - 50[edit]

Contest 51 - 60[edit]

Finger Puppet Paradise

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Users were required to make Petpet finger puppets! For extra credit, users could add a background and show their finger puppet in action in the photo. A list of materials you used to make the finger puppet and the steps taken were also required. Puppets were judged on quality, likeness to the original Petpet, creativity, and humour.


Neopet Pastime Portrait

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Users were asked to draw their Neopet doing their favourite hobby. Image were disqualified if the neopet in the image was not one of the pets on the account the image it was submitted on. Image were to be 400x400 when it is submitted, and were judged on creativity, artistic ability, and amusement value.


Bird Feeder Frenzy

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Watch out, the birds are starting to get VERY hungry. This is why our contest this week if for you to create bird feeders. Bird feeders were to be Neopets themed, and a list of all items that you used to create it and a description of how it was made was to be included. Were judged on quality, usefulness, creativity, and humour.


Neopet or Pet?

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Users were asked to dress up their real world pets as Neopets. Dressed up pets were not allowed to look like something they are dressed as (cat dress as a Wocky/Aisha/Kougra, dog as a Lupe/Gelert, frog as a Nimmo/Quiggle, snake as a Hissi, horse as a Uni, etc.), and pictures to be at least 300x300 in size. Pictures were judged on the costumed pet's quality, creativity, and humour.


Contest 61 - 70[edit]

Completion Corruption

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Users were asked to finish the second half of the presented image. Image was to be 400x400 when submitted. Nothing was to change from the original image. Entries were judged on creativity, ability to blend what you draw with the original image, and it's amusement value.


Magazine Moguls

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Users were asked to come up with a name for a new Neopets fan magazine. Name is meant to grab someone's attention and be Neopets-themed. If an entry was believed to be copied it was disqualified. The magazine titles were judged by how creative and informative they were (and maybe even humour).


TNT Tournament Tableau

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While the Altador Cup was played, The Neopets Team were playing their own internal staff tournament, ad users were asked to draw what they thought was happening in the offices of Neopets HQ while a typical tournament game was played. Users were asked to show as many of the staff in their drawing as they could, and pictures would be judged on drawing ability, humour, and ability to depict the games.


Building Brigade

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Users were asked to create a Neopets scene/building from blocks. Users had to make the blocks themselves, and be Neopets-themed. A list of all items used to make the blocks had to be in the description. The actual scene/building had to be made with only the blocks, and were judge your creation on quality, creativity, and humour.


Avast Ye Answering Piraket!

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In celebration of a certain movie, users were asked to create what Captain Three Legs might say to people who are calling him and record is as an Answering Piraket (answering machine) message. The sound file was meant only to have the users voice, having no help from friends or family and no copyrighted material (sound effects, quotes, or songs from movies, radio, or TV). Length of the entries needed to be between 30 and 60 seconds otherwise they were eaten by a Giant Piraket. The entries were judged by cleverness, humour, and just good acting.


Kite Commotion

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A two week contest, users were asked to create a kite which flies and could keep any TNT member mesmerised. While it was said it wouldn't be hard to mesmerise the TNT, they were going to try and resist. Users were asked to be creative and make them Neopets themed. Were judged on detail of the kite, beauty, humour, creativity, and it's ability to fly in the air. A list of all items used to create your kite were to be listed in the description, along with how it was made.


Plethora of Posters

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Users were asked to create a battle themed poster to decorate a yellow wall of The Neopets Team's (possibly their office). Poster requirements:

  • Username somewhere on the poster.
  • Posters could be no wider than 600px, no higher than 800px, and no larger than 1 MB.
  • All entries were to be Neopets themed.

Submissions containing real-life parodies and copyrighted advertisements would be disqualified. Drawing was not required, but allowed. Images from around the website to compose into the poster was fine too. Posters were judged on the idea itself as well as overall poster design.


Fabulous Fans

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Due to the recent record breaking heat across America, users were asked to create Neopets themed fans. A list of all items you used to make the fan and how it was made was to be included in the description. Fans were judged on quality, usefulness, and creativity.


Usukicon Shirt War

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Users were asked to create a Usukicon t-shirt a true Usuki fan would wear to celebrate the arrival of Usukicon. Users were asked to be creative and keep them Usuki themed, and were judged on detail, originality, humour, and creativity. A list of all the items used to create the t-shirt were to be supplied in the description. User were asked to be as original as possible, and not just print a picture and glue/tape it to the front of a t-shirt (instant disqualification).


Beautiful Sleep

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Users were asked to help Dr. Sloth, who couldn't sleep because of the bright lights flashing and shining through his window ever since Grundo Day. To help him sleep, users were asked to make a sleep mask. The mask was was to be designed in such a way so his minions would not know he's sleeping. Masks were judged on detail, humour, creativity, and it's ability to help Dr. Sloth sleep. A list of all items used to create the sleep mask were to be added in the description, along with how it was created.


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Pipe Cleaner Neopets

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Users were asked to make Neopets out of pipe cleaners. Users were asked to be as realistic as possible, and even use multiple coloured pipe cleaners. Creations were judged on detail, humour, creativity, and it's resemblance to the actual Neopet. A list of all items used to create the Neopet, the number of pipe cleaners and how it was made were to be provided in the description.


Bookmarked!

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Users were asked to create a Neopets-themed bookmark! The bookmark was to be an object, and not just drawn, cutout etc. Bookmarks are meant to be usable and something the user or someone they know would use if they needed a bookmark. A list of all items used to make the bookmark were to be in the description. Bookmarks were judged on quality, creativity, and humour.


Wreath the Bounty

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Users were asked to create a Pirate-themed Wreath for September 19, International Talk Like a Pirate Day. Wreaths were to be "very piratey", as homemade as possible, safe and something the user or someone they know would use. A list of all items used to make the wreath were to be included in the description. Creations were judged on quality, creativity, and if it has enough pirate stuff.


Covering it Up

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Users were asked to create a book cover, similar to the ones students in schools are sometimes required to make. The cover could be made of fabric, paper etc. and were to be decorated in a Neopets theme. Covers were meant to be safe and something the user or someone they knew would use. A list of all items used to make the book cover were to be listed in the description, and creations were judged on quality, creativity, and functionality.


Checkmate!

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Users were asked to create Neopets-themed chess pieces September 30, 2006, with submissions closing on October 13, 2006 at 9:13 AM NST. Completed chess pieces were to be durable and accurately represent the pieces used in the game while still being Neopets-themed. Pieces were to be safe (no sharp edges) and something the user or someone they know would use. A list of all items used to make the pieces were to be listed in the description when the user submitted their entry. Creations were judged on quality, creativity, functionality, and humour. Because completing a submission for this contest was more time consuming and dangerous (creating solid figurines from solid objects), the contest lasted two weeks.


Haunting Voices

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On the Friday of October 13, 2006, users were asked to make an audio recording for the image shown on the right of what they thought was being said and what sounds were being heard. Users were to only use their own voice, and not ask friends or family to help. Entries were to be 30 to 60 seconds long, and not contain copyrighted material (sound effects, quotes, or songs from movies, radio, or TV) or they would be deleted. Contest closed on October 20, 2006 at 9:00 AM NST, and entries were judged by cleverness, humour, and acting.


Scary Scarecrows

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On October 20, 2006, users were asked to create a Neopets-themed Scarecrow. Creations were to be durable and long lasting, and something the user or someone they know would use. A list of all items used to make the scarecrow were to be supplied in the description. Contest submissions closed on October 27, 2006 at 9:00 AM NST, and were judged on quality, creativity, functionality, and humour.


Contained Candy

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On October 27, 2006, Neopets required users to create Neopets-themed trick-or-treat candy containers for the upcoming Halloween. They could be any size, shape etc. but should hold lots of candy. A list of all items used to make the container were to be included in the description. Submissions closed on November 3, 2006 at 9:00 AM NST, and were judged on quality, creativity, functionality, and humour.


Dressing Dolls

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On November 10, 2006, Neopets required users to create a Neopets-themed paperdoll (not Usuki). After making the doll, four outfits were to be made for the doll (which need to fit on the doll), of which users were to show a picture of the doll with at least one of the outfits on it. Users were to make a list all items used to make the doll in your description. Submissions closed on November 16, and entries were judged on quality, creativity, and humour.


Paper Bouquet

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On November 17, 2006, Neopets required users to create a Neopets-themed NeoGarden flower bouquet. All paper flowers used in the bouquet were to be modelled after neopets flowers. Users were to show a picture of each different type of flower used and all of them together, so TNT could see users weren't cheating, and a list of all items used to make the bouquet were to be written in the description. Because an entire bouquet was being asked for, two weeks were given to users instead of one. Submissions closed on December 1, 2006 at 9:00 AM NST, and entries were judged on on quality, creativity, and beauty.


Contest 81 - 90[edit]

Brilliant Designs

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On December 1, 2006, Neopets required users to create a Neopets-themed a bracelet. A list of all items used to make the bracelet were to be listed in the description. Submissions closed on December 8, 2006 at 9:00 AM NST, and entries were judged on on quality, creativity, and beauty.


Stained Visions

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On December 1, 2006, Neopets required users to create a Neopets-themed stained glass window (or something similar to stained glass). Users were to make sure the light could shine through the material used (glass, candy, tissue paper, and plastic were suggested materials), and drawings or not having see through materials were disqualified. A list of all items used to make the window were to be written in the description. Submissions closed on December 15, 2006 at 9:00 AM NST, and entries were judged first on quality, then creativity, beauty, and originality.


Viola's Vacation

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On December 15, 2006, users were asked to create a picture what Viola would do for her two week vacation (occurring during the contest period). Picture was to be Neopets-themed, and when submitted a description of what she would be doing was to be included as well. Submissions closed on December 29, 2006 at 9:00 AM NST, and entries were judged on quality first, then creativity, beauty, and originality by Viola when she returned from vacation.


Year 8 of Neopia

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On December 29, 2006, users were asked to create a sound file in the form of a news report recapping the most important events of Year 8. Users were to only use their voice to pretend to be a newscaster without the help of other users/friends/family. If copyrighted material was used (sound effects, quotes, or songs from movies/radio/TV) or Also the entries weren't between 30 - 60 seconds in length, they were deleted. Submissions closed on January 5, 2007 at 9:00 AM NST, and entries were judged on cleverness, humour, and good acting.


Loaf Sculpture

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On January 5, 2007, users were asked to create Neopet shaped meat loaf or similar loaf made of vegetables (or other items). The creation was to be 100% edible, and would not be selected it if looked inedible. A list all of ingredients used to make the loaf were to be written in the description. Submissions closed on January 12, 2007 at 9:00 AM NST, and entries were judged first on quality, then on creativity, originality, and humour.


Pictured Perfect

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On January 12, 2007, users were asked to create a portrait of one of their Neopets in Pop Art style. Portraits were to be Neopets-themed and one of the users actual Neopets, or the submission would be deleted. A description of what is happening in the portrait and why the user the created it the way you did was to be written when submitted. Submissions closed on January 26, 2007 at 9:00 AM NST, and entries were judged first on quality, then on creativity, beauty, and originality.


Windsock Wonder

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On January 26, 2007, users were asked to create a windsock in the shape of a Petpet. When submit a list of what materials used to make the windsock were to be written in the description. Submissions closed on February 2, 2007 at 9:00 AM NST, and entries were judged first on quality, then on creativity, beauty, originality and humour.


Pop Goes Jhudora

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On February 2, 2007, users were asked to create a pop-up book page from a Jhudora-themed book for the upcoming Jhudora Day. Users were to make the page as interesting as possible with lots of details. When submitted a list of materials used to create the pop-up page were to be listed in the description. Submissions closed on February 16, 2007 at 9:00 AM NST, and entries were judged first on quality, then on creativity, beauty, originality and humour.


Cookies In SPACE!

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On February 16, 2007, users were asked to create a Virtupets or Kreludor themed cookie. After cookies were shaped, they could be decorated as much as they wished (could even be used to build something with a set of cookies). When submitted, a list of what materials were used to make the cookie were to be placed in the description. Submissions closed on February 23, 2007 at 9:00 AM NST, and entries were judged on creativity, quality and humour.


Crazy Cross-Stitch

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On February 23, 2007, users were asked to create a Neopets game-themed picture in cross-stitch. Users could use different colours and textures to make their cross-stitch stand out. When submitted, a list of all materials used to make the picture were to be placed in the description. Submissions closed on March 9, 2007 at 9:00 AM NST, and were judged on creativity, quality and humour.


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Fruit Frenzy

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On March 9, 2007, users were asked to carve a Neopet's head out of a fruit in celebration of Gadgadsbogen. Food colouring and little fruits like cherries for details could be used if necessary, but the main part of the carving was to be a single piece of fruit. When submitted, a list of what was used to make the creation was to be put in the description. Submissions closed on March 16, 2007 at 9:00 AM NST, and were judged on creativity, quality, edibility and humour.


Springs Springing

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On March 16, 2007, users were asked to create an audio file for either an Ode to Spring spoken by Illusen or a Spring Rant spoken by Balthazar. Users were asked to use only their voice in pretending to be Illusen or Balthazar, and not have friends or family stand in their place, or use copyrighted material (sound effects, quotes, and songs from movies/radio/TV). Entries were also asked to be between 30 and 60 seconds in length. Not following any of the guidelines would have their entry deleted. Submissions closed on March 23, 2007 at 9:00 AM NST, and were judged on cleverness, humour, and good acting.


Bobble Faeries

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On March 16, 2007, users were asked to create a faerie bobblehead doll. Users were to show through pictures the bobblehead doll was capable of working. It could be made any material, as long as they were all mentioned in the description. Submissions closed on April 6, 2007 at 9:00 AM NST, and were judged on cleverness, humour, and durability.


Negg Hunting

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On April 6, 2007, users were asked to create a hidden picture, with the images of the Easter Bunny Quiguki, Iced Easter Chick Cookie, Negg Faerie Doll, and Where Neggs Grow as the items to find. A basket and as many Easter Neggs as the user could add were to be included as well, all set to a Springtime and Neopia themed background. The image itself could be in colour or black and white. A key was also to be included to show what others were looking to find, and the location of everything hidden was to be written in in the description. Submissions closed on April 13, 2007 at 9:00 AM NST, and were judged on cleverness, humour, and ability to work the chosen images into the picture.


Puzzled?

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On April 13, 2007, users were asked to create a jigsaw puzzle. The puzzle was to feature the user's Neopet or Neopets, be Neopets themed as usual and have no real world backgrounds. How the user made the puzzle was to be listed in the entry description. Submissions closed on April 20, 2007 at 9:00 AM NST, and were judged on cleverness, humour, and whether or not the puzzle pieces fit together.


Key To Neopets?

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On April 27, 2007, users were asked to create a keyring which featured the users favourite Faerie. The uploaded image was to be Neopets themed, and how it was made was to be written in the description. Submissions closed on May 11, 2007 at 9:00 AM NST, and were judged on cleverness, humour, and usefulness.


Journey To The Lost Isle The Movie

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On May 11, 2007, users were asked to create a movie poster for a film based on the Journey to the Lost Isle plot which was taking place. In addition to the main image of the poster, it would need to include a movie title, a tagline (a saying most good movies have), a billing (credits at the bottom of every movie poster touting actors, directors, producers, etc.), and the user's username. File properties of the image were to have it no wider than 600px, no higher than 800px, and no larger than 1 MB. Drawing was not required, but allowed, as was using images from around the site. Users were asked not to submit parodies of real-life, copyrighted films or other copyrighted material, as such entries would not be allowed. Submissions closed on May 17, 2007 at 4:00 PM NST, and were judged on the movie idea itself as well as overall poster design.


Floating Away

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On May 18, 2007, users were asked to create a boat replica of the SS Primella. While their could be difference between the real bought and the users, it needed to be recognizable as the Primella. The picture of the boat was to be shown capable of floating on water. Users were asked not to paint over a toy boat, but to make their boat from scratch. A list of what materials were used and how it was made were to be listed in the description. Submissions closed on June 8, 2007 at 3:30 PM NST, and were judged on cleverness, humour, and usefulness.


Connect the Dots

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On May 18, 2007, users were asked to create "connect the dot" pictures of a Petpetpet. Users were to show two images of the final submission: one without the lines drawn in and one with them. Users were also asked to talk about their "connect the dot" picture in the description. Submissions closed on June 14, 2007 at 3:30 PM NST, and were judged on cleverness and humour.


Random Random

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On June 15, 2007, users were asked to guess the correct number for the 100th Random Contest. The number could be any number (the correct one being 15), and the title of each entry was to be "Random Random", with the guessed number in the description/submission. Submissions closed on June 21, 2007 at 3:30 PM NST, and were judged on cleverness and humour.


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ALL MINE!!!

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On June 23, 2007, users were asked to create a Haunted Woods themed piggy bank Users were to make sure there was a way to put money into their piggy bank, and desribe what was used and how it was made in the description. Submissions closed on June 28, 2007 at 3:30 PM NST, and were judged on creativity and usefulness.


Magic Camp

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On June 28, 2007, users were asked to create a Neopian Magic themed postcard, with a message written to the user's family or friends at home. Users were to sumbit an image showing both sides of the postcard, placing stamps and their Neopian address on the card to make it realistic. A description of the scene depicted on the postcard and who the user was writing to (optional) was to be writtin in the submission description. Submissions closed on July 12, 2007 at 3:30 PM NST, and were judged on beauty, creativity, and humour.


Bonny Bonnets

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On July 14, 2007, users were asked to create a hat from the line of Clothes items on Neopets for a real life pet. Users were prompted to be creative and free to make the pictures amusing. The photo size was to be at least 300x300 when submitted, and what hat the pet was wearing was to be mentioned in the description. Submissions closed on July 26, 2007 at 3:30 PM NST, and were judged on quality, creativity, and humour.


Welcoming Mats

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On July 28, 2007, users were asked to create a Neopets-themed welcome doormat. Besides having a welcome message, it should be a useful (intended to be used) and not a picture on a piece of paper. Pictures of the doormat were to show it in front of a dorr (or "in action"). A list of what was used to make the doormat and how it was made was to be listed in the submission description. Submissions closed on August 2, 2007 at 3:30 PM NST, and were judged on quality, creativity, and humour.


Shenkuu Cut Up

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On August 4, 2007, users were asked to create a portrait of one of their Petpets in the Paper Cutting art style. When submitted, what was happening in the portrait and why it was created that way was to be mentioned in the description. Submissions closed on August 17, 2007 at 3:30 PM NST, and were judged first on quality, and then on creativity, beauty, and originality.


UsukiCon...versation

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On August 25, 2007, users were asked to create a conversation which might have happened at Usukicon Y9. The entry was to be a sound file, and only the main user's voice could be used (could play multiple characters). The length of the entry had to be 30 - 60 seconds other the entry would be discarded. An explanation of the conversation was to be listed in the description, along with a list of any characters used. Submissions closed on August 30, 2007 at 3:30 PM NST, and were judged on cleverness, humour, and just good acting.


Casing Pencils

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On September 1, 2007, users were asked to create a Neopets-themed pencil case. The pencil case was meant to be useful, and actually capable of holding pencils. A list of what was used to make it and how it was made was to be mentioned in the submission description. Submissions closed on September 14, 2007 at 8:00 AM NST, and were judged on creativity and usefulness.


Chocolate Invitation

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On September 15, 2007, users were asked to create an invitation for the Chocolate Ball of 2007. They could be made out of whatever the user wished, as long as they were creative and impressive. What was used to create the invitation and why it was made the way it was were to be listed in the submission description. Submissions closed on September 21, 2007 at 8:00 AM NST, and were judged on creativity, humour and usefulness.


Pirate or Faerie?

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On September 22, 2007, users were asked to create the other half of a picture provided by Neopets. The other half could be created by hand or digitally created. The final image was to be 400x400 in size when it is submitted, and nothing was to change anything on the original image provided by Neopets. Submissions closed on September 28, 2007 at 8:00 AM NST, and were judged on creativity, ability to blend the original image with the user created one, and it's amusement value.


Neopet Confusion

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On September 29, 2007, users were asked to create a paper mache mask of any Neopet. Users were given three weeks to create the mask for Halloween. When submitting, a full description of what the mask is of and how it was made was to be listed in the description. Submissions closed on October 19, 2007, and were judged on creativity, likeness to the original Neopet, and its amusement value.


Contest 111 - 120[edit]

Spooky Spooks

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On October 20, 2007, users were asked to create a spooky Neopets themed costume for their real life pet, shaped out of a spooky themed item on the site (a Glaring Eye Wrap as an example, and a visual example was later shown). A full description of what the costume was made of and how you made was to be written in the description. Submissions closed on November 2, 2007 at 8 AM NST, and were judged on creativity, likeness to the original item, and its amusement value.


Birthday Crowning

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On November 10, 2007, users were asked to create birthday crowns to celebrate the 8th birthday of Neopets. The crowns were to be fun an colorful, and pictures to show how the crown was made were to be included, along with a description of what the crown is of and how it was made. Submissions closed on November 16, 2007 at 8 AM NST, and were judged on creativity, beauty, and its amusement value.


Succulent Sculptures

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On November 17, 2007, users were asked to create a food sculpture of any Battledome Equipment item for the harvest season. To make the sculpture, users were allowed to use any harvest festival food (mashed potatoes, mashed yams, pumpkin, mashed sweet potatoes, etc.). Users were to make sure their submission was a real sculpture (not just drawn upon) and 100% edible, or it would be disqualified. A list of all the ingredients used to make the sculpture were to be listed in the description. Submissions closed on November 30, 2007 at 8 AM NST, and were judged first on quality, then on creativity, originality, and humour.


Action Cubes

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On December 1, 2007, users were asked to create paint a picture of one of their Neopets as an Action Figure in the style of early 20th century cubism. Your painting should be recognizable as your Neopet. When submitted, what Neopet you used and why it was drawn in such as way was to be listed in the description. Submissions closed on December 14, 2007 at 8 AM NST, and were judged first on quality, then on creativity, originality, and humour.


Borovan Greetings

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On December 15, 2007, users were asked to create a card greeting for Borovan Day. The image of the greeting should show both the inside the outside. When submitted a description of what was used to make the greeting was to be listed. Submissions closed on December 28, 2007 at 8 AM NST, and were judged first on quality, and then on creativity, originality, and, well, humour.


Gingerbread Neopia

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On December 29, 2007, users were asked to create a gingerbread house of a real building that exists in Neopia. Everything on/in the gingerbread house needed to be edible. A list of what was used to create the house and how is was made was to be listed in the description when submitted. We will judge your greetings first on edibility, quality, and then on creativity, originality, and, well, humour. Submissions closed on January 11, 2008 at 8 AM NST, and were judged first on edibility and quality, then on creativity, originality, and humour.


Cooking up Evil

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On January 12, 2008, users were asked to create a Neopian themed apron that Dr. Sloth might like for Sloth Appreciation Day. What materials used to make the apron and why it was made the way it was were to be listed in the description when submitted. Submissions closed on January 18, 2008 at 8 AM NST, and were judged first on quality and then on creativity, originality, and humour.


Pipe Cleaner Petpets

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On January 19, 2008, users were asked to create Petpets out of pipe cleaners. The Petpets were to be made as realistic as possible, and even use multiple colours of pipe cleaners if necessary. A list of everything used to create the Petpet along with how many pipe cleaners were used were to be listed in the decription. Submissions closed on February 1, 2008 at 8 AM NST, and were judged on detail, humour, creativity, and it's resemblance to the actual Petpet.


Valentines day... what?

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On February 2, 2008, users were asked to create an anit-Valentine's Day themed candy box. Users were to place edible candy within the box, although it didn't have to taste good. All items used to create the box and candy were to be listed in the description. Submissions closed on February 15, 2008 at 8 AM NST, and it was unknown what entries would be judged by.


Earthy Faeries

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On February 2, 2008, users were asked to create a picture of a Faerie from leaves, twigs, petals and other items found in nature. A list of all items used to create the picture were to be listed in the description. Submissions closed on February 22, 2008 at 8 AM NST, and it was unknown what entries would be judged by.


Contest 121 - 130[edit]

Space Faerie Forcast

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...to be added...


Pasta Perfect

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...to be added...


Hip Hop Statue

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On March 15, 2008, users were asked to create a statue of a Cybunny, Snowbunny, or Eizzil (or any combination of the three). The statue was to be made out of unconsumable materials, and be Spring themed. What was used to make the statue and why the user think it's Spring themed were to be listed in the description. Submissions closed on March 21, 2008 at 8 AM NST.


Lawyerbot[edit]

The legal advisor of TNT, Lawyerbot, gives warnings to users for each contest. They usually are along the lines of "be careful with scissors", but are sometimes different depending on the contest, and even participates in the contest in some way. In contest #18, at the bottom of the winners page, the following was printed...
Lawyerbot Says:
Lawyerbot is right.
He is always very right.
Do listen to him.

Don't listen to him.
He is just a lawyer bot.
What does a bot know?
In contest #69's description, the text, "You hear high pitched screams...Someone really needs to restrain lawyerbot...", appeared, possibly due to all the legal issues needed to be dealt with for that specific contest. In contest #81, before his usual warnings to be safe while creating a craft, he said, "I always wanted a shiny bracelet," followed by the ":(" smiley. This happened again in contest #85, with Lawyerbot licking his lips then saying, "Yummy! Please save me a piece." In #97, he put on a hat and exclaimed, "Movies with Robots are cool!", hinting (or jokingly giving the impression) it may alter the contest result by then typing "*nudge nudge*" after it.

Trivia[edit]

  • In Random Contest #60, the quote "Congratulations to our staff winner Ziggy!" was used, possibly referencing to the dog being shown in the picture.
  • When Random Contest #75 was released, the archive of images for #74 were not released right away.
  • When Random Contest #79 was released, an error of the closing date of the contest was shown on the scrolling text, which said submissions closed on November 10, 2006, which was the date the contest began.
  • While Random Contest #95 was called "Puzzled?", it was made clear in the contest description it was not about confusion.
  • In contest #102, the phrase "Welcome to Kauvara's Magic Camp!" was placed in the contest description, setting up the setting for the user to write a postcard hope to friends and family.
  • The Neopets Team began to place the contest descriptions in with the winning selections with contest #102

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