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November were a group dedicated to the secracy of the runners.


This information was disclosed by GCHD and then further confirmed by EA DICE producer himself. "November" were responsible for organising The November Riots and after they were stopped then maintaing the welfare of the runners.

Where is november?Edit

"Where is november?" is a wall graffiti found on The Shard and has been revealed as a sub-plot easter egg relating to the underground socity called November.

It is found close to a runner bag and is estimated by some to be written by a passing runner who left the bag and wrote "where is november" relating to the group devoted to helping the runners. They must have disappered and the runner are needing their help, maybe "Where is november" is a plee for the unknown group to return and protect the runners once again.

EXL 00:14, 10 March 2009 (UTC)

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