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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

BattledomeBattledome
['bætəldoʊm]
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
['bætəldoʊmɜː]
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

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

EquipEquip
[ɪ'kwɪp]
verb
To give a Neopet a weapon to use in the Battledome. Weapons must be equipped to be used in fights; they do nothing in your inventory.
Example Usage:
"You can equip up to eight items per pet."
See Also: Neopets Battledome Explained
Category: Battledome

Hold OverHold Over
[hoʊld 'oʊvə]
verb
To put an entry for a creative contest with no specific deadline (such as the Poetry Gallery or Neopian Times) to one side, and consider it for a future edition of the contest.
Example Usage:
"My Neopian Times comic got held over. I guess at least they're thinking about publishing it-- stay positive, right?"
See Also: Contests and Spotlights
Category: Uncategorized

HTSHTS
[ɛɪtʃtiːɛs]
adjective
Abbreviation of "hard to sell". Refers to items such as rare books and furniture, which may well be valuable, but are not in very high demand. Sellers will tend to accept other items or lower offers for these, in the interest of making a quick trade.
Example Usage:
"Buying these HTS items at a discount seemed like a good idea at the time, but nobody seems to want to buy them from me at the full price!"
Category: Items and Restocking

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
Category: Customisation

RBCRBC
[ɑːbiːsiː]
noun
Abbreviation for "Royal Blue Cape". A popular defensive item for low-budget 2-player Battledome fights.
Example Usage:
"I never would have thought that RBC could become so popular, but fights with rules limiting players' budget have brought a lot of attention to it."
See Also: Royal Blue Cape
Category: Battledome
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