Rebus Plaza

From The Urban Dead Wiki

Jump to: navigation, search
Rebus Plaza

Stanbury Village [51,50]

Esain Drive
(Ridleybank)
Blakey Street
(Ridleybank)
the Allsop Arms
(Ridleybank)
the Corfield Arms Rebus Plaza the Heard Building
the Higgs Arms Bunney Street Police Dept Axworthy Square

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

Rebus Plaza affords stunning views over Stanbury Village.

A hilltop crowned with a small memorial, offering a panorama of picturesque Stanbury Village and blighted, post-industrial Ridleybank.

History

Rebus Plaza is dedicated to the memory of the Scottish detective Inspector Rebus, who after retiring from the Lothian and Borders Police chose to live in Stanbury Village, at the foot of the hill on which the Plaza stands.

Rebus: scourge of Ridleybank's reprobates.

Despite his retirement, hard-boiled ex-cop Rebus continued to solve crimes; with Ridleybank's notorious Allsop Arms at the end of his street, he was not short of vicious murders to ponder. It is thought that a contract was put on his head by several of Malton's street gangs, with the result that Rebus was found dead on a chilly spring morning, at the viewpoint now crowned by the Rebus memorial. The search for his killer(s) was halted by the advent of the zombie apocalypse, which diverted police resources to more pressing concerns.


Personal tools
advertisements