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Help Your Fellow Habbos Out!0
By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:36 pm

Childline recently released a quest on Habbo that required teamwork and friendship. This quest was called ‘Help Your Fellow Habbos Out!‘  Friends are required to ban together and work for a main cause! 
It is a fairly easy competition, for all you have to do is pass through a few stages( with a friend) and, if your friend understands, they share an equal amount of work with you! I completed it today–all in the time it took me to write this article.
There are badges, too?!

when you complete the quest, you earn a badge, similar to the at left .
You can also earn a badge just for joining the group! It seems as though with this

 competition Habbo was trying to sell out many badges to Habbos! The badge you can earn for joining the group is displayed at right.                                      
What the heck is this quest for?
The quest is for basically to teach people that self-harm can leave a scar, and that it’s better to hang out with friends, because they are most likely the one’s that understand you the most. Some people are wary that this is the real truth, because some friends can just betray you in the long run. Also, if you can’t talk to your friends, Childline has a hotline number where you can reach a consultant-– that number is 0800 1111, or you can contact one online.
Anything else?
Plenty. Childline encourages teens to head to their website, which you can do by heading over to Habbo and finding the article with links to specified areas for help. Also, the group page has more information on how to get help as well.

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