Noblett Drive

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Noblett Drive

Dulston [95,5]

Parrott Towers the Speak Motel the Holdway Museum
the Gouger Arms Noblett Drive Woodborn Avenue
Thornhill Alley Bullor Avenue Marsh Avenue

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

Noblett Drive is an open street located in the suburb of Dulston. Even before the "Malton Incident" Noblett Drive was known as a major public thoroughfare for residents passing through the suburb. As such, all manner of corporate advertising lined the street, from extravagant billboards perched atop or on various buildings, to simple paper flyers stapled to telephone poles along the sidewalks.

In the days after the outbreak the street became a popular location for survivor groups to spraypaint advertisements and plaster recruitment posters. The driving force behind these advertisements was the well-known local survivor organization, the Dulston Alliance.

Advertisements

Unlike most locations throughout the suburb, the street was popular for the many advertisements posted along it. Recently it was learned that posters for the Dulston Alliance were in fact being produced by noted NecroTech scientist Caleb Usher. Caleb, as a man of science, provided his skills at understanding the human mind and from that designed posters that he felt would best attract survivors to the Alliance's cause. It was in February-March 2007 that the following posters began to appear at this location:

Join the Dulston Alliance! No seriously! Join the Alliance!



Current Events

March 5th, 2007 - The Dulston Alliance continues its advertising campaign, leaving yet another series of posters along the street.

February 26th, 2007 - While not a member of the Dulston Alliance, noted NecroTech scientist Caleb Usher provides his expertise to the survivor organization in hopes that his efforts will help them rally support to their cause, and thus help in the self-preservation the scientist's own life in the process.



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