What are Collectable Cards?
Collectable Cards are one of Neopia's oldest relics. These cards can be purchased from the Collectable Card Shop in the Neopian Bazaar. You can add duplicates of any card to your Neodeck, which is viewable from your userlookup. Previously, the neodeck was designed similar to a shop, where it costed neopoints to expand its size. Later on, TNT decided to make Neodeck space free and infinite. There are three other methods of obtaining collectable cards other then purchasing them from shops.
There are a variety of booster packs available that come from the Toy Shop that distribute cards. These booster packs are listed below:
|Acara Booster Pack||Blumaroo Booster Pack|
|Bruce Booster Pack||Buzz Booster Pack|
|Count von Roo Booster Pack||Kauvara Booster Pack|
|Kiosk Wocky Booster Pack||Kougra Booster Pack|
|Kyrii Booster Pack||Lupe Booster Pack|
|Peophin Booster Pack||Uni Booster Pack|
Theres also a random event that can give you a neodeck card.
|Something has happened!|
|Wow! The Collectable Card 'Kasuki Lu' has magically found its way into your NeoDeck!|
Collectable Cards serve three main purposes. First most, they are a collectable item, much like avatars or stamps. There are many card collectors who seek out and save towards obtaining rare cards. There is a high score table so you can earn a trophy from collecting. The cards are also useful for obtaining a variety of secret avatars. We've listed which avatars are obtainable from cards below. Finally, the cards are often sought after by the light faerie for faerie quests. She generally likes to ask for cards of blue, red and green rarities. Jhudora and Illusen like to ask for rare cards in their quests as well.
Collectable Card Rarities
The cards rarity is what determines the colour the card is. Below is a list of rarities and their corresponding card colours.
|Holo: > R100||Green: R61 - R70|
|Gold: R91 - R99||Pink: R51 - R60|
|Black: R81 - R90||Red: R40 - R50|
|Purple: R71 - R80||Blue: < R39|
There are 3 avatars that you need a certain collectable card to obtain.
View the Niten Hiroru Article at the Neopedia, while you have the 'Niten Hiroru' collectable card in your inventory.
Put a 'Fire Paw' (collectable card) into your Neodeck.
Collectable Cards Counter
You can use this counter to keep track of the amount of cards you have. It works very easily, you can copy the code from the textarea below, where it says ### in the code, fill in the number of cards you have collected for that type of card.
Below you will find all the different collectable cards there are. You can click on the specific card colour to see the cards in each colour set, or you can click Show All Cards to see all the cards at once.
|Cards And Totals|
|There are 3 Unknown Rarity cards.|
|Show All Cards - 369|
Premium Collectable Cards
Along with normal collectable cards there are also premium collectable cards if you are a premium user. These cards cannot be sold or traded. For every month you have premium you get a premium collectable card added to your collection. There also special yearly anniversary collectable cards that you can possibly get, but not everyone gets these cards even if they have premium for the whole year. To see a premium member's cards, click on the link under their regular neodeck on their user lookup. When you cancel premium, you'll lose all your premium cards.
Click the year in the table below to see all the cards for that year.
|Premium Monthly Cards for 2011|
Month of Sleeping
This card features the game Nimmo's Pond.
Month of Awakening
This card features the game Wrath of the Snowager.
Month of Running
This card features "Quatermaster" from the Curse of Maraqua Plot.
Month of Eating
Month of Hunting
This card features "Jerdana" from the Altador Mini Plot.
Month of Relaxing
Month of Swimming
This card features "The Soup Faerie".
Month of Hiding
Month of Gathering
Month of Collecting
Month of Storing
Month of Celebrating
|Premium Special Anniversary Card for 2011|
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