Guess The Weight

What is Guess The Weight of the Marrow?
Located in Meridell's Meri Acres Farm, it is a friendly competition in memory of a giant Marrow that once roamed the farm. The Marrow, "Old Bessie," grew to be 100 tons. This competition is solely based on guessing the weight of a big Marrow grown on the same farm soil as "Old Bessie." 

How To Play
Greeted by a Wocky who is undoubtedly a fan of "Old Bessie," you are given a chance to share your guess of the Marrow. Every day there is a new Marrow to guess its weight and you only get one try. Marrows are typically between 200 and 800 pounds.

The first 10 people to guess the weight of the Marrow correctly will receive a nifty prize. The competition starts every morning and closes once 10 people have guessed correctly.

Guess the Weight of the Marrow!

Ahhhh... all the fun that can be had down on the farm! Why not have a go at one of Meridell's more popular pastimes - guessing the weight of the Marrow!

Aye, she were a beaut!
That there is a picture of me with 'Old Bessie', the biggest Marrow ever grown in these parts, and most probably the whole of Neopia, all 100 tons of her. In honour of her memory, we have a daily guessing competition of the weight of the biggest marrow grown on the farm on each day. Want to have a go?

Marrow of the Day

Please enter your value as an integer (no decimals please). As a quick clue, the marrows usually weigh anywhere between 200 and 800 pounds (yes they are very heavy!) The first 10 people to guess the correct weight will receive a prize!

If you guess incorrectly, the Wocky will let you know.
Guess the Weight of the Marrow!

Oh well, don't worry too much, you can try again tomorrow. Shame really, because I had all these super cool rare items for you if you had won... oh well!

If you guess correctly, you have a chance to be given a nifty little prize!
Guess the Weight of the Marrow!

Aye, you certainly have an eye for me marrows! I've given you one of me special super-cool rare marrow items for winning the competition! Please check back tomorrow and remember to play again!

Exclusive Prizes
Below is a table of the exclusive prizes you can obtain for correctly guessing the weight of the Marrow.
Guess The Weight Exclusive Prizes
Last Updated: March 07, 2021
Total Items: 11
A slice of Marrow coated with lovely milk chocolate.  Delicious!

Chocolate Marrow Slice

A plain old Marrow... this one is never going to grow as big as Old Bessie!


A big chunk of Marrow scooped out and filled with creamy rice pudding.  YUMMM!!

Marrow and Rice Sundae

Baby Marrowbeans are lovely when eaten raw.

Marrow Bean


Marrow Bone

Yummy, just the thing for parties!

Marrow Cream Pie

Delicious with melted butter.

Marrow Loaf

Boo! I'm the marrow monster!

Marrow Mask

Aye, a good heaping portion of marrow will keep the doctor at bay!

Marrow Pie

Grew more marrows than you could possibly ever eat? Why not make a nice pair of shoes out of them.

Marrow Sandals

Fear the power of the Marrowblade!


Here are some editorials we thought to note.
What's the deal with the Guess the Weight of the Marrow? I mean is the number really random or are there clues around the site or what? - Jeebie234
Its just you average simple guessing game. There is no trick to it, there are no clues. Just guess and you might be lucky.

This is question 1599, archived from Editorial Issue 95.
What time does the Guess the weight of the marrow game start? I always seem to miss it!
A new competition begins at a random time each day. It finishes when someone guesses the correct weight.

This is question 793, archived from Editorial Issue 52.
What is a Marrow?
Its a big, green vegetable with different shades of green stripes running along it. Inside the centre is soft and pithy with lots of small seeds in the middle. Its sort of the same as a Zucchini, only MUCH MUCH bigger (for some stange reason we just cannot find a Marrow in the USA, but they are everywhere in the UK). It may sound rather gross, but you simply can't beat a chunk of soft boiled Marrow and gravy!

This is question 769, archived from Editorial Issue 50.