Turmaculus alert!
« January »
January
Jan 3 - Aisha Day
Jan 6 - Gnorbu Day
Jan 11 - Buzz Day
Jan 14 - Sloth Day
Jan 16 - Elephante Day
Jan 29 - Kacheek Day


Complete the Altador Mini-Plot!
Look sophisticated while chatting on the Neoboards
Earn NP from playing games!
All the hottest looks, try them on today!
Your jnAccount! Your jnAccount: Login or Register | New to Jellyneo? Click here!

Key Quest

Key Quest is down! Since Neopets transitioned to new servers in September 2014, Key Quest has been offline. We do not know when the game will return, but TNT does intend on restoring the game in the future.

Power-Ups

If you land on any of the power-up spaces while traversing the Key Quest game board, you'll randomly receive one of the power-ups below!

Each one is listed with its name, picture, effect, how many players are required for it to show up and the flavor text you can find on the card itself, along with other extra details!

Every time it is your turn, you will have the opportunity to roll the die or use a power-up. If you choose to use a power-up, you'll also get to roll the die right after the power-up is used, meaning that you won't lose your turn for a die roll! However, if you initially choose to use a power-up but then decide to not use one, you have the option of "X-ing" out of the Choosing A Powerup screen. You will then be forced to roll. :P

There are also Super Power-Ups, which have similar effects to normal power-ups, but are more powerful! You can only get Super Power-Ups by landing on the corresponding Alignment space for your token. (Meaning that if your token is a Dark-aligned token, you must land on the Dark Alignment space in order to get a Super Power-Up.)

Inside the player boxes in the top-left of the screen, you can see what power-ups your opponents have.

Viewing Power-Ups.

Simply hover your cursor over one of the images to see the name of the power-up, and then look it up on the list below!

Power-Ups
Battle Dice Battle Dice

Effect: Allows you to duel another player to a game of Rock, Paper, Scissors.

Upon using it, you will be requested to choose rock, paper or scissors. Your opponent will also choose an option. A tie results in another round. The winner gets to choose a random power-up out of three shown to keep. Rock beats Scissors, Scissors beats Paper, and Paper beats Rock.

Players Needed: Will show up in any game.

Flavor Text: You could win, but you could also lose. Don't take a duel lightly!

Boots of Flight Boots of Flight

Effect: Allows you to roll two dice instead of one.

Players Needed: Will show up in any game.

Flavor Text: These boots will carry you far, if you know how to use them.

Bottled Quicksand Bottled Quicksand

Effect: Allows you skip the turn of one player.

Upon using it, you will be asked which player to lose their turn.

Players Needed: Only available when 3+ players are playing.

Flavor Text: Even Lost Desert residents should fear this power-up - after all, no one likes getting sand in their pants.

Catapult Catapult

Effect: Allows you to choose one user to be sent back to their starting home.

Upon using it, you will be asked which player to catapult back to the start.

Players Needed: Only available when 3+ players are playing.

Flavor Text: And then he said, 'Get in! I promise this won't hurt one bit.' Never trust a Darigan Skeith. Choose one player to send back to their own home square.

Distraction Potion Distraction Potion

Effect: Allows you to trade keys with a player that is not yourself.

Upon using it, you will be asked which player to use it on, which key to take, and which key to give.

Players Needed: Will show up in any game.

Flavor Text: If your opponent drinks this, they'll never notice your treachery.

Giant Lint Ball Giant Lint Ball

Effect: Allows you to choose a player who will then not be able to collect keys or power-ups during his or her next turn.

Upon using it, you will be asked which player to use it on.

Players Needed: Will show up in any game.

Flavor Text: With this in your pocket, nothing else will fit!

Giant Rock Mote Giant Rock Mote

Effect: Allows you to skip the turns of players in the path of the Rock Mote.

Upon using it, you will select the direction to roll the rock mote. The mote will roll 15 spaces and any player it hits will lose their next turn.

Players Needed: Only available when 3+ players are playing.

Flavor Text: Motes are normally soft and sparkly. Unfortunately, this one isn't.

Key Grabber Key Grabber

Effect: Allows you to steal any one key from another player.

Upon using it, you will be asked which player to steal from, and which key to take.

Players Needed: Only available when 3+ players are playing.

Flavor Text: Made especially for stealing keys, or scratching your back, although the former is probably more helpful.

Loaded Gummy Die Loaded Gummy Die

Effect: Allows you to pick the value of your die roll.

This powerup is unaffected by both the Grimtooth and King Roo Character Cards.

Players Needed: Will show up in any game.

Flavor Text: It always lands on the number you choose, as long as no one eats it first.

Misdirected Compass Misdirected Compass

Effect: This will turn the affected user in the opposite direction of which they were going.

Upon using it, you will be asked which player to use it on. You may also use this power-up on yourself to turn yourself around.

Players Needed: Will show up in any game.

Flavor Text: Its previous owner went missing. Now you know why.

Mortog Mortog

Effect: Moves you one step ahead of another player in the same direction that they were going in.

Upon using it, you will be asked which player to use it on.

Players Needed: Will show up in any game.

Flavor Text: Luckily, use of this Power-Up does not require the kissing of any Mortogs. That's a relief.

Pile of Dung Pile of Dung

Effect: This item will block players from passing a square with dung placed on it for one round.

Upon using it, you will be asked to select a square to place the dung. No player can pass that square for one turn.

Players Needed: Will show up in any game.

Flavor Text: Anyone who stumbles across this will surely stop dead in their tracks. It's not every day that dung can be this useful.

Pocket Mini-Game Pocket Mini-Game

Effect: This item starts a random mini-game.

Upon using it, a random mini-game will be activated.

Players Needed: Only available when 3+ players are playing.

Flavor Text: Who knew mini-games could fit in your pocket? How handy is that?

Pocket Portal Pocket Portal

Effect: This item will transport you to any portal square you select.

Upon using it, you will be able to choose from the portal squares on the board, to move directly to that square.

Players Needed: Will show up in any game.

Flavor Text: You'll find this power-up most handy for getting around the board quickly. Also, portals are just really fun to use. WHEEEE!

Rainbow Fountain Water Rainbow Fountain Water

Effect: Allows you to change any player's key colour, including your own, to a different colour.

Upon using it, you will be asked which player to use the item on. You will then be able to exchange one of their key colors for another color.

Players Needed: Will show up in any game.

Flavor Text: Who knew Rainbow Fountain water worked on keys?

Rainbow Sticky Hand Rainbow Sticky Hand

Effect: Allows you to steal any power-up from any other player.

Upon using it, you will be asked which player to steal from, and then, which power-up of theirs you want.

Players Needed: Will show up in any game.

Flavor Text: All you have to do is swing it. The sticky hand will do the rest!

Spare Keyring Spare Keyring

Effect: Take extra keys from any player.

Upon using it, you will be asked which player to steal from, and which key to take.

Players Needed: Will show up in any game.

Flavor Text: It's always good to have a spare!

Swap Keyring Swap Keyring

Effect: Allows you to swap your keys for another players keys.

Upon using it, you will be asked which player to swap with. You will then have all their current keys, and they will take yours.

Players Needed: Only available when 3+ players are playing.

Flavor Text: "Key, look over there!" Now's your chance! No one's looking!

Tornado Ring Tornado Ring

Effect: Replaces a player's power-ups with new random power-ups.

Upon using it, you will be asked which player to use it on.

Players Needed: Will show up in any game.

Flavor Text: Use this power-up at your own risk. It's highly unpredictable!

Transporter Helmet Transporter Helmet

Effect: Allows you to switch places with any other player on the board.

Upon using it, you will be asked which player to switch with.

Players Needed: Will show up in any game.

Flavor Text: It might look like you have a toaster on your head, but this helmet can come in handy.

Virtudice Virtudice Effect: Automatically roll a 6.

Players Needed: Will show up in any game.

Flavor Text: Mad scientists bent on Neopian domination get all the coolest gadgets.


Super Power-Ups
Super Boots of Flight Super Boots of Flight

Effect: Allows you to roll three dice instead of one.

Players Needed: Will show up in any game.

Flavor Text: Fly farther than ever before... that is, if they stay on your feet.

Super Catapult Super Catapult

Effect: This will return two affected users back to their starting Neohome spot.

Upon using it, you will be asked which players to catapult back to the start.

Players Needed: Will show up in any game.

Flavor Text: Twice the fun of a regular catapult, yet only half the accidents!

Super Key Grabber Super Key Grabber

Effect: Allows you to steal any two keys from any other player.

Upon using it, you will be asked which player to steal from, and which keys to take.

This power-up is affected by the Giant Lint Ball power-up.

Players Needed: Will show up in any game.

Flavor Text: 33% more grabby than the regular Key Grabber.

Super Pile of Dung Super Dung

Effect: This item will block players from passing two squares with dung placed on it for one round. Upon using it, you will be asked to select two squares to place two dungs. No Player can pass those squares for one turn.

Players Needed: Will show up in any game

Flavor Text: If you thought a regular pile of dung was bad, you'll never want to come across the super version.

Help us improve!
Did you find what you were looking for on this page?