Muirhead Drive

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Muirhead Drive

Edgecombe [74, 53]

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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.


Once the busy street at the center of Edgecombe, it is now a road of shambling zombies and survivors frantically running for safety.


This drive was named after the victim of an unfortunate accident that occurred on this street. The head of Gynn Bank, Ashton Muirhead, was being driven to a party, when in a freak accident, a dead bird fell out of the sky and onto his car. Most unluckily, the car was a convertible and the cover was down, leading the bird to land directly on the chauffeur's skull. Losing control of the car, he slammed it into a house on the street, killing all the individuals in the car, including Muirhead and his wife. He also destabilized the house enough that it was demolished a week later. The sensational death occupied all the headlines of Malton for a month, although some said it was karma coming for Muirhead, since he had engaged in less than scrupulous business practices, involving the black money of local mobs.

The street was named after the dead to honor his demise in that place. And because the residents wanted to benefit from the publicity, thinking it would raise the falling values of their homes. Unfortunately, the soon-occurring zombie outbreak burst the housing bubble for good, and housing prices became the last thing on the minds of the street's residents.

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