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Postby December » Sun Mar 14, 2010 9:53 am

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Just to be clear -- we're not talking about information which could spoil a non-Twilight book or movie for someone who hasn't yet read/seen it. However, it is customary Lex practice (and courteous!) to warn other users before posting any potentially spoilery information and/or to use the Invisible Font. (More about the Invisible Font here).

For discussing newly-released Twilight books or movies, we usually create a special temporary thread so that those who haven't finished reading (or viewing) it can avoid being spoilt. As a rule, we give fans at least a month before permitting discussion of a new release throughout the boards. Please respect this restriction while it's in place.


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