Penny Crescent

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Penny Crescent

Dunell Hills [5,38]

a factory Molesworth Road St. Lorenzo's Church
Brendan General Hospital Penny Crescent Fullaway Crescent
Ritchie Boulevard Lucius General Hospital wasteland

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Penny Crescent

The Penny Fountain


A crescent with an old fountain in the middle; sometimes it still runs. Don't drink the water. Pennies litter the ground around it.


The crescent formed by Brendan General Hospital and Lucius General Hospital contained a fountain, donated by the parish of St. Lorenzo's Church. It is unclear whether it was originally named the Penny Fountain to encourage visitors and patients to wish on coins tossed into the water, or if it earned that name later due to the countless piles of change that flew out the hospitals' windows. The psychiatric patients in Brendan General were frequently known to line up along the roof and pitch everything from pennies to their medication at the fountain, in hopes that it would grant their wishes of being released from the hospital.

Scentoral Imaging Location

This block has been chosen as a location for scentoral imaging by harman conservationists who use it to maintain a full migratory map of zombie movements throughout Malton. damage-resistant, zombah-friendly keypads have been installed for the uploading of data.

Field agent=TheSonOfSin 01:46, 9 November 2011 (UTC)
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