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Night-Night and Snowglobe are a pair of Tattletails encountered in the Kaleidoscope update. They are defective units and do not speak. They can be found inside the second stage of the Kaleidoscope.
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Night-Night and Snowglobe are a pair of [[Baby Talking Tattletail|Tattletails]] encountered in [[The Kaleidoscope Update|the Kaleidoscope update]]. They are defective units and do not speak. They can be found inside the second stage of the Kaleidoscope.
   
 
== Night-Night ==
 
== Night-Night ==
 
Night-Night is a black-colored Tattletail.
 
Night-Night is a black-colored Tattletail.
   
Night-Night will be sitting deactivated on the Protagonist's dresser where the television usually is. A task saying "Check Tattletail" will pop up. Doing so will show the player Night-Night's manufacturing tag.
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Night-Night will be sitting deactivated on [[The Protagonist|the Protagonist's]] dresser where the television usually is. A task saying "Check Tattletail" will pop up. Doing so will show the player Night-Night's manufacturing tag.
   
   

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Night-Night and Snowglobe are a pair of Tattletails encountered in the Kaleidoscope update. They are defective units and do not speak. They can be found inside the second stage of the Kaleidoscope.

Night-Night

Night-Night is a black-colored Tattletail.

Night-Night will be sitting deactivated on the Protagonist's dresser where the television usually is. A task saying "Check Tattletail" will pop up. Doing so will show the player Night-Night's manufacturing tag.


Snowglobe

Snowglobe is a white-colored Tattletail.

Snowglobe will be sitting on the dining room table. A task saying "Check Tattletail" will pop up. Doing so will show the player Snowglobe's manufacturing tag.


Trivia

  • Although Night-Night and Snowglobe never open their eyes, it is likely that they both have amber eyes, rather than blue, since the Tattletail box shows white and black Tattletails as having amber-colored eyes.

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