Laghelegh Drive

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Laghelegh Drive

Pegton [89, 55]

the Burrell Building Mules Drive the Gyles Monument
(Dentonside)
Club Aldrich Laghelegh Drive Attrill Lane (Dentonside)
(Dentonside)
St. Elisabeth's Hospital Shum Plaza Rogers Road
(Dentonside)

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.

Laghelegh Drive

Description

A collection of hovels, each more decrepit and squalid than the last. A motley selection of yellow mongrels lounges around on the mud outside, too lazy to bark, bite or wag their tails: either they are dead, zombified, or just a bunch of idle doggies.

A trenchcoater explores the area; Blobole Park's heights are visible in the background.

History

Laghelegh Drive, formerly known simply as 'Pegton's Erchie', was notorious for the squalor and poverty in which its inhabitants lived. Nonetheless, local boy-made-good, Padraic 'The Mule Whisperer' Laghelegh (after whom the shanty town is now named), showed that it was possible to rise from the dregs of society and become a well-known and respected member of society by owning two mules at the same time - an unprecedented measure of wealth, which at the time made him the richest man in east Pegton.

Opinions differ on how Laghelegh should be pronounced:some say "Lawler", some say "Laggyleg", still others say "Graaaagh!" Whatever you choose, it's best not to linger in this dismal spot as it has always been a good place for catching contagious diseases which cause limbs to turn green, start to smell, and drop off: zombosis is only the most recent.


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