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Last Update February 2020
Chancelwood [60,6] – [61,7]
Rodges Stadium is a four-block stadium in the suburb of Chancelwood.
Prior to the Malton Incident, it was home of Malton's pro basketball and hockey teams, the Rippers and the Sticks. It also occasionally hosted arena rock concerts and trade shows.
It is named after Georgio Rodges, a former player and later coach of the Rippers. He is noted for being the first player to successfully make a 3-point shot in professional basketball and being the all-time leader in wins among former coaches of the team.
A 30-foot monument to Rodges used to stand outside of the stadium. Some pre-outbreak rumors claimed that Georgio's body was buried underneath the monument. It has since been toppled.
The 4 stadium blocks should be barricaded to Extremely Heavily. The Godwin Motel should be kept at very strongly barricaded to allow entry for those with free running.
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