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Badge Guide: [Habbox] Non-Stop November7
By - Posted 12th November, 2019 at 1:44 pm Guides & Tips

 

 

Non-Stop November 🤯

 

You’ve only just wrapped up the craze of last week’s Halloween party, but there’s loads going on until you can start wrapping up gifts for Christmas. Habbox takes you through the madness of between late October and December in our latest event!

Room owner:
Deactivate!

Room name:
[Habbox] Official Rooms Hallway

Click here to go to the room and click “read more” to see how to get the badges!

 


 

 

Walk on the yoga mat and enter the hot springs teleport.

 

 

Step One:

 

Wait patiently in the queue.

 

Step Two:

 

  

Once on the rock block, you have 5 seconds to flick a switch to change the scenario of the room.

 

Step Three:

 

Enter the teleport

 

 

Diwali

 

Diwali, the festival of lights, is a religious observance commemorated by Hindus, Sikhs, Jains and some Buddhists around the world. Diwali, which for some also coincides with harvest and New Year celebrations, is a festival of new beginnings and the triumph of good over evil, and light over darkness. Diwali falls every autumn (October or November each year) and lasts for 5 days.

 

Step One:

 

Walk on the halo tile to enter the telephrase.

 

Step Two:

 

Here are the questions:

 

i.  In what country does the festival of Diwali originate?

ii.  How many days does Diwali typically last for?

 iii.  What’s the name of the Hindu goddess of wealth who is celebrated at Diwali?

iv.  What month was Diwali celebrated in this year?

v.  Which English city has the LARGEST Diwali celebration outside of India?

 

Step Three:

 

Enter the teleport

 

 

Halloween

 

Halloween is a holiday celebrated each year on October 31. The tradition originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. Soon after, in the eighth century, Pope Gregory III designated November 1 as a time to honour all saints. The evening before was known as All Hallows Eve, and then Halloween.

 

Step One:

 

Go around the room smashing all the pumpkins.

Once completed say “Smashing Halloween“.

[To smash the pumpkins on the roof, smash the pumpkin beside the horseman of death.]

 

Step Two:

 

Enter the teleport.

 

 

Day of the Dead

 

The Day of the Dead (el Día de Los Muertos), is a Mexican holiday where families welcome back the souls of their deceased relatives for a brief reunion. A blend of Mesoamerican ritual, European religion and Spanish culture, the holiday is celebrated each year from 31 October to 2 November.

 

Step One:

 

Walk on the buried zombie trap to teleport.

 

Step Two:

 

Use the black rose to teleport whilst you are sat on the floor pillow.

[You will be teleported to one of three random voodoo thrones.]

 

      

Find the hidden item in the shrines beside the voodoo throne you are sat on.

[Answer the riddle to help you find the hidden furni.]

 

Once completed the black adobe skull gate will open, walk inside to complete the game.

 

Step Three:

 

Enter the teleport

 

 

Thanksgiving

 

Thanksgiving, which occurs on the fourth Thursday in November (in the US).  The holiday feast dates back to November 1621, when the newly arrived Pilgrims and the Wampanoag Indians gathered at Plymouth (in present-day Massachusetts) for an autumn harvest celebration.

 

Step One:

 

Sit at the dinner table and spam the word “eat” until you teleport.

[You can only sit on the highlighted chairs.]

 

Step Two:

 

Enter the teleport.

 

 

Christmas

 

Christmas is celebrated by people around the world with traditions and practices that are both religious and secular in nature. Christians celebrate Christmas Day as the anniversary of the birth of Jesus of Nazareth, a spiritual leader whose teachings form the basis of their religion.

 

Step One:

 

              

Find and step on 5 snowdrifts.

 

One all the tiles are green, say “all I want is you“.

 

Step Three:

 

Enter the teleport.

 

 

Viking Chrismas

 

Yule was a historical religious festival observed by the ancient Germanic peoples. Yule celebration predates Christian holiday and tradition by thousands of years in Scandinavia. The Midwinter Feast lasted twelve days which is where our modern twelve days of Christmas comes from. The Vikings made sure to honour their Gods with traditions, feasting, and religious rituals. One of their rituals required a sacrificial wild boar to the god Frey of fertility and farming in hopes for a productive season.

 

Step One:

 

               

Find and flick 6 switches.

[If you are on a desktop it is recommended to “:zoom 2” for a better image of the switch.]

 

 

Once all the slope lights have turned green, say “skal.

 

Step Two:

 

Enter the teleport.

 

 

Bonfire

 

Walk on the flame trap to receive your badge.

 

 

 


 

 

We hope you enjoyed this Habbox event!

 

*+*+ 👇 Leave a comment below about your experience. 👇 *+*+

 

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Comments
__tbl Commented on 12th November, 2019

I really like the badge and enjoyed seeing all the builds! I also liked the added bits of knowledge!

Duck Commented on 12th November, 2019

Great badge and great event.

That green guy in the thanksgiving room was v cute too

Its.Dino Commented on 12th November, 2019

Huge shout out to all the builders of this event!! Putting together such amazing rooms and seeing it all fall into place. I loved building for this and the badge matched up perfectly with the overall theme!

To everyone who is celebrating anything that was mentioned in this event I hope you have a wonderful time.

Very excited for more events like this!

ulas621 Commented on 12th November, 2019

Such a great, imaginative and seasonal event for the month! All the elements of each rooms were a 100/100.

Love the design of the badge, very clever formation which has culminated into a joyous badge! <3 <3 <3

LucyFaye Commented on 13th November, 2019

The badge is cool thanks 🙂

I really enjoyed finding all the hidden switches in that last room!

Why is Lynn’s bot in the Thanksgiving room called “table” though? xP lol!

FlyingJesus Commented on 13th November, 2019

Loved it, and learned some new things! jk I already know everything but it was still a great event