"That was far easier than I thought it would be. I needn't have learned about the 1637 Werewolf Code of Conduct or the uprising of Elfric the Eager."
Hermione Granger, on her History of Magic exams.[src]

The Werewolf Code of Conduct, developed in 1637 by the Wizards' Council, was a set of rules outlining the responsibilities of werewolves, such as preventing any possible attacks by locking themselves up securely every month.[1][2]

Unsurprisingly, the Werewolf Code of Conduct was ultimately a failure, seeing as no one showed up to sign it, since no one was prepared to admit to being a werewolf due to the great stigma among the wizarding society.[2]


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