Ames Plaza

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Ames Plaza

Earletown [79, 6]

Sheapperd Library the Wortley Building Wilmut Crescent
(Rhodenbank)
Weeks Crescent School Ames Plaza St. Helier's Hospital
(Rhodenbank)
Seton Road the Coomer Building Amatt Boulevard
(Rhodenbank)

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.

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History

Ames Plaza was once just a fancy spot on the edge of the suburb of Earletown. It was a quiet place where pigeons would often gather to feed. Most people passed through without a second thought while they were on their way to work at the Wortley Building which is the only NecroTech building in the suburb. Within hours of the breakout however the plaza became littered with shambling zombies attempting to make their way out into the suburb and the corpses of those unfortunate enough to get in the way. Though it has rained many times since then you can still make out the streaks of blood from the original onslaught.

Ames Plaza also holds the distinction of being the oldest and longest running revive point in Earletown. It was designated as a revive point by the group BOW in early December of 2005 and has been used since.



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