Garson Towers

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Garson Towers

Roywood [4,14]

the Pollard Building Maddaford Square the Millett Building
the Ashcroft Hotel Garson Towers Martland Museum
the Gilesi Building Hecks Street Esgar Auto Repair

Basic Info:

  • Multi-story housing blocks. Windows can be jumped from to turn a character into a zombie.
  • Towers have no internal descriptions. Some towers, like Lerwill Towers in Greentown, have mobile phone masts mounted on them.

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Garson Towers
--ParalyzedWardog (talk) 14:09, 1 August 2017 (UTC)

Maltel

Current Status

March 2013

Powered and at run, as of today, CoS will now run this building --Conski McGoo 13:04, 3 March 2013 (UTC)

March 2010

At EHB, powered, unkown inside, zombies are getting attracted outside. --Mack 04:18, 7 March 2010 (UTC)

December 2009

Barricaded at EHB. Nobody inside or outside. Powered.--User:RoyKirk 00:30, 20 December 2009 (GMT)

Barricaded at VSB. One survivor inside.--User:RoyKirk 18:35, 12 December 2009 (GMT)

mast_status=active HB, one zombie outside.

Description

The Garson Towers are located at 04,14 in the suburb of Roywood. This tall building has a mobile phone mast rising out from the roof. When the building is powered, it enables mobile phone service to the suburb of Roywood.

History

Before the outbreak, Garson Towers was the home of Channel 5 Malton, a television station devoted to news coverage and local affairs. Its president and CEO, Henry Garson, enjoyed a penthouse suite on the top floor. Channel 5 was quick to respond with reports of the outbreak when it began, due mainly to their devoted attention to local coverage. Most of the staff was evacuated before the quarantine went into effect, but a skeleton crew stayed on to provide the denizens of Malton with news coverage. The main power lines went down a few days into the outbreak, and employees were sent on runs to fetch generators and fuel to retain power for their continued coverage of the horrific events happening throughout Malton. One by one, they went out for fuel and were never heard from again. A horde of zombies laid siege to the towers after following one of the fuel runners back from his errand. The barricades did not hold for long, the zombies swarmed inside the building and devoured what remained of the Channel 5 staff, including Henry Garson himself.

After months of neglect, MalTel began work converting the old news station into a mobile phone communications hub. They converted an old antenna high atop the towers into a phone mass, and cellular coverage once again became available in Roywood.

The views from the uppermost floors are spectacular, particularly in Henry Garson's old office on the top floor, where one can enjoy a panoramic view of the entire suburb. If one is not careful, one can plummet to death falling out of the windows of the building.

Barricade Policy

EHB at all times

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