For a small adoption fee of 49 Gaia Cash, Gaians could pick up an Certificate of Adoption in the Gaia Cash Shop. Opening this certificate will randomly assign you one of over a dozen adoptees, including some new faces that weren't seen during Gaia's 2007 holiday event.
This strange hat generator will spawn a random piece of headgear when you activate it. It's packed with dozens of hats: a whole bunch of brand new ones, many with several poses, plus a bunch of rare and valuable hats from Gaia's past.
Bags of Win are incredible enchanted bags that generate high-end items upon being opened. They are also the only known source of Mythrill Coins, which can be sold back to Gaia's shops for 10,000, 100,000 or even ONE MILLION Gaia Gold. Amounts are varied, but All items in it are valued for sellback for at least 5000 gaia gold.
* [http://www.gaiaonline.com/marketplace/itemdetail/21373]Bag of Win
The OMFG Box is the cousin of the OMG Box, this time featuring a whole new random assortment of expensive store items, Cash Shop favorites, rare stuff, unreleased items from Gaia's past and brand new, never-before-seen items.
The Bag of Win 2 is the new and improved version of the Bag of Win. A random item can be obtained from the bag, ranging from valuable items from Gaia stores, Cash Shop items, evolving items, rare boxes and Mythrill Bags.
When the player bought a Fortune Egg, they were given the task to incubate the egg until it reached the highest level or it failed and required the player to crack it open. Players could crack the egg at any level regardless of no incubation.
Rubbing the lamp will free the genie inside, who will in turn grant you a reward. Your reward may be a item from the Cash Shop or Gaia's Gold shops, or a exclusive item only available from the Repo Lamp.
When the player bought a FAMESTAR 2000, they were to audition for a show but in doing this they would come face to face with a character to challenge who was also auditioning for the show. They started at Round One and moving onto various Rounds (Two / Three / Four / Five) until they either passed to the highest round and dropped out or got to the highest round and failed. If they failed they would get an item and also an autographed picture from the character that was competed against.
When the player bought a Emerald Seed, they were given the task of helping a Flower Imp tend to a seed. If they succeeded in growing the seed into a fruit the player could hold onto the seed or open it for a prize. The Golden Fruit was a potential prize for all seeds, but the odds were rare.
When the player bought a Gee Boi Turbo, they were presented with two buttons. The A/B Button and the Arrow Button. During the game the A/B Button is the only button to press to continue playing, with each stage they were presented with a scene: the loading screen, the scene title, the scene caption, the scene image, and the choice screen. If neither button was pressed the animation of the scene would repeat itself. To end the game and get an item at any stage (at special stages the odds of getting certain items were rare) players had to press the Arrow. At the victory and game over scenes they had a choice to press the A/B Button and Arrows Button to receive an item.