Ambrose Lane

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Ambrose Lane

East Boundwood [47,8]

Packham Alley a factory the Sheppard Building
wasteland Ambrose Lane Beedall Cinema
Barton Lane the Loveless Building St. Philip's Church

Basic Info:

  • A Street is a city block containing no buildings or monuments. There are a variety of other names besides Street including Alley, Avenue, Boulevard, Drive, Grove, Lane, Row, Square, Walk, Place, etc.
  • This is an empty block, and cannot be barricaded.

Ambrose Lane is located in the south-western part of East Boundwood.

One of the first character creations in Malton, in Ambrose Lane.

It is hypothesised that Ambrose Lane was named after Ambrosia, the dish of the gods, according to Greek Mythology. According to the myth, mortals who eat it are empowered with Immortality. Considering the nature of Malton, and the revivication system, it isn't ridiculous to think that this is relevant in the naming of Ambrose Lane.

Similarly, it is fitting that this block is a long-established Revive Point.

It is also the place of the famous suicide of John G. Wellington, when he lept from the Loveless Building in the 1800s.

Current Revive Point - Use the DEM Revive Request Tool and STAY PUT! McZombiekiller 27 June, 2006


Is also being serviced by the Soldiers of the Apocalypse and the group will continue with the reviving.

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