Gambling Place

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Gambling Place

Pashenton [74, 19]

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Gambling Place


Without actually using the word Casino Gambling Place made it quite clear what type of establishment it is. A four story building with a sweeping staircase and many fountains, the overall air of Gambling Place is Faux Elegance. Behind the grand lobby, using more security than a Prohibition Era Speak Easy, lies the gaming rooms.

Two floors of Blackjack, Roulette, Craps, and Poker constantly buzzing with activity. A third floor was used for offices and a few VIP rooms as needed. The fourth floor was the one that most people whispered about though.

Rumors about the 4th floor run the gamut from it being a brothel to it being a labyrinth filled with torture chambers that people accused of cheating were taken to. Every month some gossip slipped out about a person getting dragged off from a table never to be seen again.

The truth is the 4th floor contains the boiler room and these days zombies. Many many zombies.


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