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November 1888
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November 1888

This month, the full moon will be on November 18th. Those who play/plot with werewolves should plan accordingly.

In this thread, you'll find and add events for the month of November.
You can also check this out in calendar view!


Click below for directions on adding your event to this month's list!
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— Aldous walks with a cane and pronounced limp as the result of a splinching accident. —

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