Harman Lane

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Harman Lane

Pitneybank [83, 40]

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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.

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This street is home to one of the many billboards in Pitneybank.


Despite its name, rarely any harmans reside here for a long period of time, given the proximity to any feral that happens to be roaming around at the time. It is hotly populated by the undead at various times due to some lesser able zombies thinking that Humans will flock here as a safety measure. Go there now, there will probably be some zombies. Then again, maybe not.

Humans and zombies alike will see the following (permanent) description when standing in Harman Lane:

"You are at Harman Lane.

Directly in front of you, a billboard advertises life insurance."

Such a description is always followed by a description of what has been spraypainted on the billboard there, but since that description is never permanent and always subject to change, it is redundant to include it here as well.


Although now known as Harman Lane, the road is thought to have once been known by the name Hertford Lane, or perhaps Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue Way, although the former is far more likely. The theory goes that years of Malton, being a quarantined city with no obvious system for the keeping of law and order has led to the bastardization of numerous words, phrases, and place names, as well as the coining of new ones. It is believed that a high concentration of clueless zombies (see above) saw the road sign and did their best to interpret and pronounce it, eventually coming up with Harman Lane. There must have been enough of them to go out into the rest of Malton and recommend to their zombie brethren the place known as Harman Lane, where harmans regularly went to sit and ponder. Or so they thought.