Dix Place

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Dix Place

Tapton [46,75]

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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.

Description

Dix Place (46,75) is a block in the South East quadrant of Tapton.

It is currently serving as the main revive point in Tapton, maintained by the Ständige Vertretung.

Requests for revives can be made at http://sv-urbandead.forumotion.com/

Be on the look out for a rotter called More than Happy, he often camps here and when found should be headshot dead asap.

Revivification Requests

As of 11th September 2015, there is no possibility to make a request for revive at the Forums of Ständige Vertretung. To get a revive, you will have to wait at Dix Place.

History

The mayor of Tapton in 1910, Lord Richard Chubb when deciding on the site of the erection of a brand new casino, dubbed Casino-El-Malton, famously quipped, "What about that Dicks Place?" in reference to the then abandoned dildo factory occupying a potential brownfield development site.

Unfortunately the mayor was tragically burnt beyond recognition in the Great Fire of 1912 and his wishes regarding the site of the Casino were destroyed with him. To resolve this issue councilors decided to scrap plans for the new casino and instead convert the dildo factory into housing commission (public housing) named, in memory of the mayor, Dix Place. Note the use of the letter 'x' instead of the more common 'cks' to avoid outraging conservatives.



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