Good Moon Rising

To my Hanguk Chingus, Happy Chuseok!

Chuseok, also known as Hangawee, falls on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month and is one of the four main festive holidays of Korea. In ancient society, people used to worship and hold festivals under the full moon. It is said that Chuseok is derived from the full moon, which was on the 15th day of the 8th lunar month.

To my Chinese friends, Happy Autumn Moon Festival!

The joyous
Mid-Autumn Festival, the third and last festival for the living, was
celebrated on the fifteenth day of the eighth moon, around the time of
the autumn equinox. Many referred to it simply as the “Fifteenth of the
Eighth Moon”. In the Western calendar, the day of the festi
val usually
occurred sometime between the second week of September and the second
week of October.

To my Werewolf friends, Happy Full Moon!


When hunting for a werewolf it is
important to remember that your biggest clues will come
through your suspects personalities. Becoming a werewolf is
not transparent, no matter how the victim tries to hide it.
The tainted, sub-human blood greatly alters the subject’s own
mind and personality, even physical appearence. Therefore,
look for symptoms in your human suspects that include
increasing violence, increasing aggression, unprovoked rages,
insomnia, restlessness, and other bizarre behavior.
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