Hamerton Road

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Hamerton Road

Dulston [98,1]

the Beale Building Leeson Alley Troubridge Cinema
Mogridge Drive Hamerton Road the Trood Building
the Much Arms St Barbara's Church a cemetery

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

Hamerton Road is an open street located in the suburb of Dulston. The street was often used before the outbreak by scientists traveling between the Trood and Beale NecroTech facilities. It was also where many funeral processions would end just before entering St. Barbara's Church or the suburb's lone cemetery. In the days after the outbreak survivors commonly believed that the streets location made it a primary location for a revive point. Unfortunately back then they could not have foreseen how dangerous the northeastern-most corner of Dulston would eventually become, with feral zombies lurking through the area on a daily basis.

Hamerton Road is recognized revivification point currently serviced by the Defenders of Life. Undead survivors can also visit Duport Avenue to the southwest if Hamerton is unavailable. The only other trafficked revive points is a cemetery just to the southeast.

Noted NecroTech scientist, Caleb Usher, once worked at the Hamerton Road Revive Point back when he briefly worked with fellow NecroTech staff at the Trood Building. Caleb is well known for the number of survivors he aided with revival treatment throughout his career while stationed at NT buildings in both Dulston and Pescodside.

Revive Point

Hamerton Road (98,1) is the second official revive point in Dulston, the other being Duport Avenue. The northeast corner of Dulston is known to a violent area. Either zombies are often killed awaiting revival by paranoid survivors ---or--- hoards target this area becuase of the many resource buildings within 10 blocks of the revive point. Even though there are two NecroTech facilities, the Trood and Beale Buildings, directly adjacent to this street both buildings operate on an inconsistent schedule. Of course if the current suburb situation does not make it feasible for an undead survivor to shamble all the way over to Duport Avenue, then a revive is still possible at Hamerton Road.

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Medical Assistance

Hamerton Road 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 this facility at their own risk.

Revived patients are asked to visit Anne General Hospital (96,2) to the west for further, and more immediate, medical attention post-revivification.

Current Events

January 17th, 2015 - Spacegeneral is currently helping to organize local level zombie resistance. The Defenders of Life are repairing and powering up buildings in the local area. The surrounding area is considered safe for survivors. Anyone wanting to assist the DoL in Reconstruction efforts only need to read the tags on the local buildings for more information. The DoL can be contacted in Midelton Crescent Police Department as many of its members are using the building as a temporary safe-house.

March 25th, 2007 - A survivor aptly named, Ucantseeme, has noticed a lot of rotters at this spot lately. He has been trying to get more and more non-rotters (undead survivors) to go to the cemetery for easier revives, but has discovered that all zombies are 1) deaf and 2) not the brightest. Which makes perfect sense though when you think about it.

March 3rd, 2007 - With Mall Tour '07 having recently departed the number of undead survivors visiting this revive point has increased, but even then revival service is slow. In some cases survivors have reported that visiting other suburb revive points (i.e. Mermagen Street in Pescodside) supplied faster response times.

February 19th, 2007 - Recent efforts from more survivors and groups in the area have indeed contributed to the speed and likelyhood of being revived at this street. The Trood Building and the Beale Building are staying in operation for longer intervals than they had been in previous months.
-- Cheeser, DvB|DA   18:31, 19 February 2007 (UTC)

December 20th, 2006 - With Ragnarok expanding its operations into the northeast corner of the city, it has led to the creation of Ragnarok - Dulston Chapter as a means to consolidate their presence within the suburb. One of their goals is to make Hamerton Road a reliable revive point once again. Keep an eye out for more news on this situation. --_Vic D'Amato__Dead vs Blue_ 05:52, 20 December 2006 (UTC)



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