Dunsdon Lane

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Dunsdon Lane

Rolt Heights [81,13]

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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

Dunsdon Lane is a street in the suburb of Rolt Heights. Dunsdon Lane was the location where Malton's largest cocaine distributor, the Russian Mafia, distributed their wares which were shipped in from hidden processing locations in nearby Rhodenbank. Although the police were aware of the problem, the local police station could do nothing about it due to political pressure at the time. It wasn't until 1995, when Rolt Height's corrupt city councillor was arrested for his connection to organzied crime, that the combined forces of all the police departments of northeast Malton moved in and arrested most of the criminals involved. For the time being the distribution of cocaine was stopped, and any efforts the Russian Mafia might have made to attempt to restore its operation were ended by the "Malton Incident".

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Woot Newgrounds!--Dedling 19:09, 15 March 2008 (UTC)

These days the street contains numerous spraypainted tags. Of all these tags one is far larger than the others. It reads: Revive Point - Stand here for needles [Newgrounds]. Next to the words is a gigantic black and white tank rolling over the word NEWGROUNDS, URBAN DEAD. The background is in shades of orange and yellow, and in a corner you can see the artist's tag: BananaBreadMuffin.

Revive Point

This is the revification point patroled and maintained by the awesome might that is, the Newgrounds survivor group. Currently this is the suburb's sole revive point. Of course in a suburb without any NecroTech facilities to support revive efforts the effort is much appreciated by local survivors.

Medical Assistance

Orome Avenue does not provide any clinic facilities and is thus not considered to be a clinic. The revivification point does serve as a simple triage area where dead survivors can hope to rejoin the living and thus, the battle. Because of the open nature of the point, members are warned to use the facilities at their own risk should any zombie(s) turn hostile.

Revived patients can head southwest to St. Seraphim's Hospital in nearby Pashenton, for further attention post-revivification.

Current Events

December 23rd, 2006 - A survivor by the name Jonathan Brown reported that he was (un)dead at revive point. He seemed eager to be revived.

September 4th, 2006 - The Newgrounds HQ was torn apart in the early hours by a few ravenous zombies. Bystanders report seeing annoyed NG members swearing profusely. Consider the Dunsdon Lane revive point inoperative until further notice.



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