247 Terms in Battledome


1P1P
[wɒnpiː]
adjective
Abbreviation of "one-player". Refers to Battledome matches you can participate in without another player's involvement. The computer takes the role of your opponent; there are several 1P opponents you can choose from, each with his/her/its own weapons and attacks.
Example Usage:
"1P battling can get a little boring, but it's good practice."
See Also: 1-Player Challengers
Category: Battledome

2P2P
[tuːpiː]
adjective
Abbreviation for "two-player". In the Battledome, used to refer to a match between two users' pets, as opposed to one fought against a computerised opponent.
Example Usage:
"In 2P fights, your opponent is probably going to be savvy enough to see this strategy coming and counter it."
Category: Battledome

AARGAARG
[ɛɪɛɪaːdʒiː]
noun
Abbreviation of "Alien Aisha Ray Gun". A Battledome weapon originally from the Smugglers' Cove.
Example Usage:
"You have an AARG in your gallery? How much did you pay for it?"
See Also: Alien Aisha Ray Gun (Item Database)
Category: Battledome

AASAAS
[ɛɪɛɪɛs]
noun
Abbreviation for 'Alien Aisha Scrambler'. A Battledome weapon, released at the Smuggler's Cove, that fully blocks light and air attacks.
Example Usage:
"An AAS is a bit expensive, but very good at what it does!"
See Also: Alien Aisha Scrambler (Item Database)
Category: Battledome

AbilityAbility
['bɪlɪtiː]
noun
A power that can be used in the Battledome. Most abilities are granted by releasing Bottled Faeries.
Example Usage:
"My Usul got a new ability today. Now she can heal herself in the Battledome!"
See Also: Faerie Abilities
Category: Battledome

ACTSACTS
[ɛɪsiːtiːɛs]
noun
Abbreviation for "Altador Cup Throwing Star". A weapon available in the Altador Cup prize shop in Year Fourteen.
Example Usage:
"I spend a lot of hours playing Yooyuball over the summer, but in the end I get rewarded with prizes like the ACTS!"
See Also: Altador Cup Throwing Star (Item Database)
Category: Battledome

AFCAFC
[ɛɪɛfsiː]
noun
Abbreviation of "Air Faerie Crown". A Battledome weapon that was originally obtained by buying real-life Neopets trading cards.
Example Usage:
"I've still got an AFC knocking around somewhere. Will it be any good for this fight, or should I buy a newer weapon?"
See Also: Air Faerie Crown (Item Database)
Category: Battledome

AgilityAgility
['dʒɪlɪtiː]
noun
One of a Neopet's Battledome stats. Sometimes referred to as movement, this stat is intended to represent a pet's speed. Currently, the only use for the stat is to meet the requirements to use the Heavy Robe of Thievery.
Example Usage:
"This quest raises your pet's agility as a reward."
See Also: Neopets Battledome Explained
Category: Battledome

Anagram SwordAnagram Sword
[nəgr':m sɔ:d]
noun
An umbrella term for the six swords whose names feature anagrammed elements: Sword of Skardsen, Sword of Ari, Sword of Reif, Sword of Tawre, Sword of Thare and Sword of Thigl.
Example Usage:
"I only found out about anagram swords recently - it took me ages to figure out that 'Skardsen' was actually 'darkness' but scrambled!"
Category: Battledome

AneggAnegg
[ɛɪnɛg]
noun
Abbreviation for 'Armoured Negg'. A magical negg which, when fed to your pet, awards a defence point and one of several defence items.
Example Usage:
"I used an Anegg the other day, but it gave me yet another Omelette Shield."
See Also: Armoured Negg (Item Database)
Category: Battledome

APAP
[ɛɪpiː]
noun
Abbreviation of "Attack Pea". A Battledome weapon originally obtained at the Smugglers' Cove. A small but surprisingly powerful vegetable.
Example Usage:
"If I had the money for an AP, I'd... probably spend it on something else, actually. It's pretty expensive these days."
See Also: Attack Pea (Item Database)
Category: Battledome

AriAri
['ɑːɹiː]
noun
Abbreviation for Sword of Ari. A Battledome item available from the Hidden Tower.
Example Usage:
"Ari was one of a series of anagram-named weapons all released at the same time."
See Also: Sword of Ari (Item Database)
Category: Battledome

ASPASP
[ɛɪɛspiː]
noun
Abbreviation for "Altador Strength Potion". A magical item that was a prize for completing the Faeries' Ruin plot.

Nothing to do with snakes.
Example Usage:
"The ASP increases a pet's strength by five points."
See Also: Altador Strength Potion (Item Database), Neopian Museum: The Faeries' Ruin
Category: Battledome

BattledomeBattledome
['btəldoʊm]
noun, verb
(1) An arena where Neopets can take part in play-fights using a variety of weapons and magic.
(2) To take part in Battledome fights.
Example Usage:
(1) "See you in the Battledome, okay? I'm gonna win this time!"
(2) "I spend a lot of time Battledoming with my friends."

See Also: Neopets Battledome Explained
Category: Battledome

BattledomerBattledomer
['btəldoʊmɜː]
noun
A player who enjoys fighting in the Battledome, the arena for play-fights between Neopets. Many people try out the Battledome, but this word is usually applied to more serious hobbyists who save up for good weapons and training.
Example Usage:
"I have a friend who's a Battledomer. She's going to love the new weapon that was announced today!"
See Also: Neopets Battledome Explained
Category: Battledome

BD PetBD Pet
[biː'diːpɛt]
noun
(1) The Neopet most often used as a fighter in the Battledome, out of the pets a person owns.
(2) A Neopet whose Battledome stats are high, making him or her particularly suitable as a fighter.
Example Usage:
(1) "Lila is my BD pet. Her stats are higher than any of my other Neopets', so it makes sense."
(2) "I'm thinking of getting a new Neopet. Species and colour don't really matter, but I'd like a good BD pet."

See Also: Neopets Battledome Explained
Category: Battledome

BDerBDer
[biː'diːɜː]
noun
Abbreviation of "Battledomer". A player who enjoys fighting in the Battledome, the arena for play-fights between Neopets. Many people try out the Battledome, but this term is usually applied to more serious hobbyists who save up for good weapons and training.
Example Usage:
"I just keep getting my pets' stats raised by the lab. I'm totally not a BDer, so stats aren't much use to me."
See Also: Neopets Battledome Explained
Category: Battledome

BFBF
[biːɛf]
noun
Abbreviation for "Bent Fork". A retired Battledome item that will disable all weapons with "fork" or "trident" in their names until the end of the battle.
Example Usage:
"At first I thought BF destroyed all forks and tridents permanently, but then I found out they come back after the battle."
See Also: Bent Fork (Item Database)
Category: Battledome

BFCBFC
[biːɛfsiː]
noun
Abbreviation of "Black Frost Cannon". A Battledome weapon that may freeze an opponent (leave him or her unable to attack for a turn).
Example Usage:
"Hypno Helmets are expensive, so I went with a BFC instead."
See Also: Black Frost Cannon (Item Database)
Category: Battledome

BlessBless
[blɛs]
verb
To grant a new Battledome ability to your Neopet. The name comes from the sole method of granting abilities in the V1 Battledome, which was to open a Bottled Faerie, earning that Faerie's blessing.
Example Usage:
"There's an avatar you can get by blessing a Shoyru."
See Also: Faerie Abilities
Category: Battledome

BLSoWSBLSoWS
[biːɛlɛsoʊdʌbəljuːɛs]
noun
Abbreviation for "Brynn's Legendary Sword of Wraith Smiting". A Battledome item that was awarded as a prize after the Faeries' Ruin plot.
Example Usage:
"Ooh, do you think there's going to be a Battledome challenge as part of the new event? I still have the BLSoWS I got from the Faeries' Ruin plot!"
See Also: Brynns Legendary Sword of Wraith Smiting (Item Database), Neopian Museum: The Faeries' Ruin
Category: Battledome

BoCGBoCG
[biːoʊsiːdʒiː ]
noun
Abbreviation for "Box of Clockwork Grundos". A Battledome weapon that was originally available from the Hidden Tower. Releases random Clockwork Grundos into battle.
Example Usage:
"When I was a newbie, I wanted a BoCG because I thought it'd give me an infinite supply of clockwork Grundos to sell. How daft was I?"
See Also: Box of Clockwork Grundos (Item Database)
Category: Battledome

BoDBoD
[biːoʊdiː]
noun
Abbreviation for "Bow of Destiny". A Battledome weapon, given out as a rare prize from Neoquest II.
Example Usage:
"I can't believe I won a BoD! It really was worth playing on Insane Difficulty!"
See Also: Bow of Destiny (Item Database)
Category: Battledome

BoHDBoHD
[biːoʊɛɪtʃdiː]
noun
Abbreviation for "Bag of Healing Dust". An item that can be used once per Battledome match to heal your pet.
Example Usage:
"It's easier to heal a Kacheek in the Battledome, but I like my pet as an Aisha, so I bought a BoHD for the upcoming fight."
See Also: Bag of Healing Dust (Item Database)
Category: Battledome

BoKBoK
[biːoʊkɛɪ]
noun
Abbreviation for "Bracelet of Kings". A Battledome item that could attack the opponent, heal your pet or protect you from damage.
Example Usage:
"I would have lost that match if the BoK hadn't decided to heal me that turn."
See Also: Bracelet of Kings (Item Database)
Category: Battledome

BoLHSBoLHS
[biːoʊɛlɛɪtʃɛs]
noun
Abbreviation for "Bag of Lenny Healing Seeds". A Battledome item that will heal your pet if he or she happens to be a Lenny.
Example Usage:
"I morphed my battling pet into a Lenny just so she can use the BoLHS. She's still getting used to having feathers..."
See Also: Bag of Lenny Healing Seeds (Item Database)
Category: Battledome

BombBomb
[bɒm]
noun
A Battledome weapon that can only be used once (either a single time, after which it is gone, or once per battle) and that deals a high amount of icons relative to similarly priced multiple-use equipment.
Example Usage:
"The best time to use a bomb is when your opponent is already vulnerable."
Category: Battledome

BoMSBoMS
[biːoʊɛmɛs]
noun
Abbreviation for "Bottle of Magic Sand". A Battledome weapon originally available at the Smugglers' Cove. Not to be confused with the ordinary bottles of sand winnable from the Tiki Tack Tombola.
Example Usage:
"Using a BoMS isn't really going to cut it against serious opponents these days."
See Also: Bottle of Magic Sand (Item Database)
Category: Battledome

BoostBoost
[buːst]
noun
The range that a pet's Strength or Defence stat falls into. Each range is named after the lowest number in it, so a pet whose Strength is between 35 and 54 is said to have the 35 Strength boost.
Example Usage:
"My Chia falls into the 125 Strength boost."
"I'm training my Wocky so she can move up to the next Defence boost, but training is pretty expensive for her these days."

Category: Battledome

BPBP
[biːpiː]
noun
Abbreviation for "Battle Plunger". A weapon that was available from the Smugglers' Cove, capable of draining the opponent's Hit Points.
Example Usage:
"If I had enough Neopoints, I would buy a BP. It's fun AND deadly!"
See Also: Battle Plunger (Item Database)
Category: Battledome
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