The Neopian Gallery of Evil has long been a catalogue of the most vile and nefarious individuals that Neopia has to offer. But over the years, some of the gallery's previous occupants have been removed. We've collected some of these old exhibits here.
Cerbekus was once in the Gallery of Evil, along with being one of the characters in the original Collectable Card deck. This three headed dog is based off the Cerberus of Greek mythology. Cerbekus is technically still on the site, although removed from the Gallery of Evil. At some point, he became Luperus.
The Daddy Grub was the father of many of the Grub food items that players ate during the early days of Neopets. He came seeking revenge for his children, and has killed at least two Neopets.
The Forest Spook once roamed Neopia's forests, and killed at least three Neopets. The artwork for the Spook was later reused in early versions of the Money Tree Ghosts, so it may be possible that the two are somehow related.
The Grarrl Battlemasters appeared during the Tyrannian Invasion plot in the service of the Monoceraptor. They helped lay waste to Tyrannia, but Neopets challenged and defeated them in the Battledome. For their acts of destruction, they were briefly given a place in the Gallery of Evil.
The Lava Ghoul came from Mystery Island originally, and unlike most of the Gallery of Evil's former occupants, is still active in Neopia today. You can still find him in the Battledome, and he'll randomly appear when you spin the Wheel of Excitement in Faerieland sometimes. He also features in a Random Event, though that one is harmless.
The Monoceraptor once led an invasion of Tyrannia and almost managed to destroy the place before he and his army were defeated. A mysterious voice later claimed that the Monoceraptor had been working for someone else, but it still remains unknown who exactly that was.
The Monocerous is a terrible beast that travels Neopia boasting about all the Neopets he has eaten. If you are a JubJub though, you don't need to fear! - in the original Gallery of Evil entry, it stated that JubJubs are the only species of Neopet immune to his roar. For the rest of you - beware, the Monocerous hasn't disappeared from Neopia, and can still be found in Random Events.
Mutant Grundos as a collective once had their own entry in the Gallery of Evil! Although the entry was a little misleading - these particular Grundos were there because they were Dr. Sloth's foot soldiers in his invasion of Sakhmet. Though they got through the gates of Sakhmet, they were ultimately defeated.
The Pikachu Eater apparently lives on a diet of Pokemon. A reference to this early character still remains in the Gallery of Evil. On the main page, hovering over the book will reveal an image of an evil horned face chewing a Pikachu in a similar manner. Another Gallery of Evil resident, known as the Salamander, looked remarkably similar to the Pikachu Eater. It is likely they were different versions of the same thing.
The Rock Beast (later revealed to be a species rather than an individual) was summoned by Dr. Sloth during his invasion of Sakhmet. He was the most difficult opponent the Sakhmet Army faced, but they eventually managed to destroy him.
The Snake Dragon couldn't look any more evil if it tried. It is unknown what exactly it did to qualify for the Gallery of Evil, however.
The Spider Queen is a creature that lived in caves and is known to have killed at least two Neopets. For these crimes, she was placed in the Gallery of Evil.
Last but not least, the Swamp Ghoul. These evil creatures (they are a species, not an individual) have been attacking Neopians for several years - but only relatively recently got a modern makeover. They track their victims by the smell of loneliness. One thing is sure - you are never safe. Not from the Swamp Ghoul!
This page was written by Herdy and last updated on November 15, 2018.