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We at HPFF could not be more excited for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child! Being that our users are from all over the world and will be reading/watching Cursed Child in a variety of ways (and at a variety of times), we are asking authors to please use the \"contains spoilers\" warning for any and all stories and chapters that contain spoilers for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. We have also added a new era called \"Cursed Child\" to be used for stories that are based off that part of canon. This is different from the \"Next Generation\" era which is generally used for stories that take place after Deathly Hallows canon. While we won\'t reject your stories for not using the spoiler warning or the Cursed Child era, we hope you will respect your readers\' wishes not to be spoiled before they\'ve watched/read Cursed Child. In the words of J.K. Rowling, keep the secret and don\'t be a Wormtail!
Gryffin_Duck on 2016.06.08 - 05:23PM
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