46 Terms in Customisation


AC WigAC Wig
[ɛɪsiː wɪg]
noun
Abbreviation for "Altadorian Wig With Golden Ribbon". An item that can be worn on your Neopet's head, won from an Altador Cup Neocash event.
Example Usage:
"I wish I'd taken part in the challenge for the AC Wig. Now I have to try and find someone willing to swap me one..."
See Also: Altadorian Wig with Golden Ribbon (Item Database)
Category: Customisation

AotRAotR
[ɛɪoʊtiːaː]
noun
Abbreviation for "Attack of the Revenge", most often used when talking about a highly sought-after background based on the pirate-themed Flash game of that name.

Not to be confused with AotA.
Example Usage:
"And it turned out I'd had the AotR background in my Safety Deposit Box all these years! You should have seen my jaw drop when I realised what I could swap it for!"
See Also: Attack of the Revenge Background (Item Database)
Category: Customisation

AppleApple
['æpəl]
noun
When not being used to refer to the common fruit, this is most often an abbreviation for "Appetising Caramel Apple", a wearable Hallowe'en-themed item that was available from a Neocash Mystery Capsule.
Example Usage:
"Will you trade something for my Apple? I'm open to offers."
See Also: Appetising Caramel Apple (Item Database)
Category: Customisation

BBoBFBBoBF
[biːbiːoʊbiːɛf]
noun
Abbreviation for "Balthazar's Bag of Bottled Faeries". A wearable toy for your Neopet, awarded to those who had bought a series of hero- and villain-themed items.
Example Usage:
"I'm seeking a BBoBF to add to my pet's outfit. Feel free to browse through the list of things I can offer in exchange."
See Also: Balthazars Bag of Bottled Faeries (Item Database)
Category: Customisation

BGBG
[biːdʒiː]
noun
Abbreviation for "background". An item that displays a picture or pattern you can place behind your Neopet.
Example Usage:
"The Wheel of Extravagance gives out an exclusive BG as one of its prizes."
Category: Customisation

BloomingBlooming
['bluːmɪŋ]
noun
Abbreviation for "Blooming Garden", a wearable flower-themed item that was once available from a Neocash Mystery Capsule.
Example Usage:
"I have Blooming, as well as a bunch of other Mystery Capsule stuff, if anyone wants to trade."
See Also: Blooming Garden (Item Database)
Category: Customisation

BoFBoF
[biːoʊɛf]
noun
Abbreviation for "Balthazar's Bag of Bottled Faeries". A wearable toy that was available from the NC Mall.
Example Usage:
"I wish I'd got a BoF when they were around. It would look so good with my new pet!"
See Also: Balthazars Bag of Bottled Faeries (Item Database)
Category: Customisation

CasedCased
[kɛɪst]
adjective
Wearing the removable outer clothing that comes with the Robot pet colour. The opposite of uncased.
Example Usage:
"I think the Robot Bruce looks much better cased. I like the helmet."
Category: Customisation

CasingCasing
['kɛɪsɪŋ]
noun
The removable outer part of a Robot pet's mechanical body.
Example Usage:
"What does the Robot Pteri look like without its casings on?"
Category: Customisation

ClosetCloset
['klɒzɛt]
noun
Where items of clothing and backgrounds must be placed before they can be used to customise a Neopet.
Example Usage:
"I was getting worried when I couldn't seem to put the new hat on my Lupe... then I realised I'd forgotten to put it in my Closet. -_-"
Category: Customisation

ConvertedConverted
[kɒn'vɜːtəd]
adjective
Up to date with the latest redraw, and able to wear clothes and show emotion.
Example Usage:
"My Aisha's converted now, so she can wear this new outfit I bought for her."
Category: Customisation

Cross-PaintCross-Paint
['kɹɒs pɛɪnt]
verb
To paint a Neopet with two different Paint Brushes, so that he or she appears in one colour while still wearing the accessories that came with another-- for instance, a White Ixi wearing a Lost Desert Ixi Wrap.
Example Usage:
"I'm going to cross-paint my Kougra. I think a Darigan pirate would look really terrifying!"
Category: Customisation

CustomisationCustomisation
['cʌstəmaɪ'zeɪʃən]
noun
(1) The art of dressing up a Neopet.
(2) The outfit a Neopet is wearing, including clothes, backgrounds and accessories.
Example Usage:
(1) "My Tuskaninny won first place in the Customisation Contest! It was worth buying her that new dress."
(2) "What do you think of my Gelert's new customisation?"

Category: Customisation

CustomiseCustomise
['kʌstəmaɪz]
verb
To dress up a Neopet with clothing, accessories, backgrounds, and so forth.
Example Usage:
"I like to customise my Neopets differently in summer from the way I do during winter. It doesn't make sense for them to be wearing scarves!"
Category: Customisation

FGFG
[ɛfdʒiː]
noun
Abbreviation for "foreground". A piece of scenery your pet can "wear", which appears in front of him or her.
Example Usage:
"I should be getting a new FG to match the rest of her customisation theme soon."
Category: Customisation

FitCFitC
[ɛfaɪtiːsiː]
noun
Abbreviation for "Feet in the Clouds Foreground". A wearable item for your pet that was available during the summer of 2010 (Y12) as a prize from the NC game JubJub Power Bounce.
Example Usage:
"FitC was rereleased in the Mystery Island JubJub Power Bounce Suitcase, giving players another chance to obtain it."
See Also: Feet in the Clouds Foreground (Item Database), JubJub Power Bounce Guide
Category: Customisation

FlaskFlask
[flæsk]
noun, verb
(1) Abbreviation for "Flask of Rainbow Fountain Water". An item that will randomly change the colour of a Neopet when used.
(2) To use a Flask of Rainbow Fountain Water on a pet.
Example Usage:
(1) "I spent two million Neopoints on a Flask and my Kiko turns blue? BLUE? I just don't have any luck!"
(2) "I'm going to be flasking my Blumaroo in a few minutes -- does anyone want to watch and see what colour he turns?"

See Also: Flask of Rainbow Fountain Water (Item Database), Items That Alter Your Neopet
Category: Customisation

FluffyFluffy
[flʌfiː]
noun
Abbreviation for "Here Lies Fluffy", the rather odd name of a graveyard-themed trinket that can be worn by a Neopet.
Example Usage:
"I'm looking for someone trading Fluffy at the moment. I think it'd look really good with my Ghost Aisha."
See Also: Here Lies Fluffy (Item Database)
Category: Customisation

FPFP
[ɛfpiː]
noun
Abbreviation for "Face Paint". Makeup to be applied to a Neopet's face as part of his or her outfit.
Example Usage:
"I want that limited-edition FP that was released in last year's NC Mall event!"
Category: Customisation

GingyGingy
['dʒɪndʒiː]
noun
Abbreviation for "Gingerbread Wings". A wearable set of wings that was available from a Neocash Mystery Capsule.
Example Usage:
"I've been looking EVERYWHERE for a Gingy, but nobody seems to have one for trade..."
See Also: Gingerbread Wings (Item Database)
Category: Customisation

GulpGulp
[gʌlp]
noun
Abbreviation for "Gulp... Underwater Reef Background", a wearable piece of scenery featuring a seabed, which was available from a Neocash Mystery Capsule.
Example Usage:
"Looking for a Gulp to complete my pet's water-themed outfit!"
See Also: Gulp... Underwater Reef Background (Item Database)
Category: Customisation

ICCICC
[aɪsiːsiː]
noun
Abbreviation for "Ice Cream Cone String Lights". A wearable item that was originally available from a Neocash Mystery Capsule.
Example Usage:
"D'you think I should keep the ICC on my pet, or swap it for something better suited to his colours?"
See Also: Ice Cream Cone String Lights (Item Database)
Category: Customisation

LSDLSD
[elesdi:]
noun
Abbreviation for "Long Summer Dress", a NC wearable.
Example Usage:
"This LSD would look lovely on my Aisha!"
See Also: Long Summer Dress (Item Database)
Category: Customisation

MaraMara
['mærə]
adjective
Abbreviation for "Maraquan". A colour that Neopets and Petpets can be painted. Maraquan pets are adapted for life underwater and often have fishy tails and fins.
Example Usage:
"I would love to own a Mara Meerca one day."
See Also: Real-World Influences on Maraquan Pets
Category: Customisation

MutantMutant
['mjuːtænt]
adjective, noun
(1) A Neopet colour, inspired by Dr. Sloth's strange experiments. Mutant Neopets display all sorts of unusual and sometimes horrifying features, such as extra eyes, abnormally muscular limbs, claws and multiple tails.
(2) A Neopet of the Mutant colour.
Example Usage:
(1) "Many people think Mutant Flotsams are ugly-looking, but I just love mine!"
(2) "My whole Neopian family has a space theme, what with the Robot Kacheek and the Alien Aisha... maybe I should get a Mutant of some kind next?"

Category: Customisation

Notable NeopetNotable Neopet
['noʊtəbəl 'niːoʊpɛt]
noun
A Neopet featured on the front page of neopets.com, chosen randomly from among the entrants to the current week's Customisation Contest.
Example Usage:
"I was wondering why I was getting so much attention all of a sudden... then I realised my Blumaroo was the Notable Neopet!"
Category: Customisation

NuttyNutty
['nʌtiː]
noun
Abbreviation for "Nutcracker Face Paint". A wearable item of makeup based on the classic tale of the Nutcracker.
Example Usage:
"I wish they'd make Nutty available at the NC Mall again!"
See Also: Nutcracker Face Paint (Item Database)
Category: Customisation

PaintPaint
[pɛɪnt]
verb
To change the colour of a Neopet's fur, feathers or skin with a Paint Brush.
Example Usage:
"I just painted my Kacheek! Doesn't she look lovely now?"
See Also: Items that Alter your Neopet
Category: Customisation

Paint BrushPaint Brush
[pɛɪnt bɹʌʃ]
noun
A magical item that changes the colour of your pet's fur, feathers or skin. Versions for Petpets also exist.
Example Usage:
"I'm saving up for a Spotted Paint Brush for my Gelert."
See Also: Items that Alter your Neopet
Category: Customisation

Paintbrush ClothingPaintbrush Clothing
['pɛɪntbɹʌʃ 'kloʊðɪŋ]
noun
Items that can be used to dress your Neopet, but which can only be obtained by using a paint brush on him or her -- for instance, the Royal Girl Elephante Gown, which comes from a Royal Paint Brush. These items cannot be bought or sold.
Example Usage:
"My pet's changed colour so many times at the lab, I have an absolute stack of paintbrush clothing in my closet."
Category: Customisation
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