Rolt Heights

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Suburb of Rolt Heights
Earletown Rhodenbank Dulston
Pashenton Rolt Heights Pescodside
Santlerville Gibsonton Dunningwood
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Rolt Heights's location in Malton

Resource buildings in Rolt Heights

Latest EMR:
z: ~12i: **-
p: CJan 22

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Phone Mast: (85,15)

Mare Towers

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Known groups in this suburb:
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— Hostile Groups —
  • Only freelance killers...

Key buildings in Rolt Heights:

Malls:
NecroTech Buildings: 0

No NT's

Police Departments: 3
Hospitals: 2
Fire Stations: 1
Bulletin Boards: 3
Others: Schools 1, Monuments 2
Suburb Number: 19

Rolt Heights (known in zamgrh as Rahg Haagz) is a suburb of Malton, located in the northeast section of the city. The suburb contains several locations of interest, including one of Malton's most famous pubs, the Burchell Arms, the Gold Monument, Mare Towers, the The Riddell Museum, and the adjoining IMAX Fanning Cinema. Rolt Heights is considered by many survivors to be a somewhat undesirable piece of real estate in post-epidemic Malton due in no small part to its complete lack of NecroTech facilities. While these very useful facilities are still accessible from adjacent suburbs it still makes controlling the central area of the suburb harder for survivors who must travel farther in search of Revivification syringes. Zombie density is somewhat higher here than in neighboring suburbs for this very reason.

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The Rolt Heights suburb has the following active radio stations.

Freq: 26.02: North-East Malton


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Rolt Heights - Come for the atmosphere, stay for the beer!

Before the outbreak, Rolt Heights was known for being an industrial neighbourhood. It is the site of Banfield Park, where a major labor rally was held in the 1940s during the Rolt Heights General Strike. The strike was considered very controversial with even the suburb's churches being divided on the issue. Preachers from the Western churches provided aid to the strikers, while the Northeast churches threw their support behind the strike-breakers. It is known that the Rolt Clan became central figures in many of these labor disputes, having earned their name from the suburb they had claimed as their own.

In the few years prior to the "Malton Incident" the old industrial companies had already begun to wind down and work became harder to find. As Rolt Heights' economy had always on industrial labor many high-tech companies shunned the somewhat backwards suburb, including the mega-corporation NecroTech. Many believe that it was due to this slow spiral in economic poverty that, in the span of a single generation, the children of the previous generation's factory workers had become interested careers that would find them work later in life, unlike the types of jobs their hardworking parents had toiled at over the decades before them. Now educated, most moved from the suburb to locate jobs as office workers or obscure scientists elsewhere, as both professions were considered growing industries in Malton. With what little hope Rolt Heights had at recovering gone the suburb seemed to have finally met its end and on the eve of the outbreak most of the factories were either closed or had already been torn down, leaving behind only sparse wastelands of broken brick and glass as reminders of the thriving industry that once was.

With five factories and few office buildings those who remained in the suburb belonged mostly to the working class. Still, there were also hipster entrepreneurs drawn into the suburb by its shady nature, who worked together to construct a nightclub district in the middle of the neighborhood.

Resource Buildings

NecroTech Facilities

  • None

Hospitals

Silverius General Hospital (83,19)

St. Herman's Hospital (89,14)

Police Departments

Ayliffe Street Police Department (82,17)

Schreiber Drive Police Department (89,16)

Younghusband Square Police Department (89,12)

Factories

A factory (81,11)

A factory (82,16)

A factory (82,19)

A factory (83,11)

A factory (84,10)

Auto Repair Shops

Lovell Auto Repair (88,14)

Malls

  • None

Bulletin Boards

Revive Points

Building Status Key

Safe Rebuilding Under Attack Under Siege

Ruined In Zombie Hands Pinata Unknown

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Rolt Heights Information Resources

The Rolt Heights Building Information Center contains status reports and updates on key buildings in the suburb.

View zombie activity and locations in Rolt Heights from External Military Reports, Scentoral scan data charts and NecroWatch.


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Recent News

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Please keep news entries NPOV for this suburb page.

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  • This is not the place for reporting your own death or requesting a revive.
  • This is the place for neutrally worded reports on the actual situation in the suburb.
  • Any entry which doesn't follow these rules should be moved to the talk page, or at least the offending part.

News more than one month old can be found in the news archive.

November

November 16th

Rolt Heights is a ruined wreck.--Alice Gravesend (talk) 19:40, 16 November 2014 (UTC)

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Things to do while in Rolt Heights

  • Drop by for a Pint! - Looking for a nice cold draft? Well then the Burchell Arms Regulars welcome you to come on down to the Burchell Arms. The Burchell Arms is a traditional English pub located in the suburb of Rolt Heights along the border with Pescodside to the east. The Burchell Arms also boasts comfort in times of trouble and cool refreshing beer. So come from a pint of beer or two, or three, or four. But who's counting? Stay around for a while and kick back in the safest hole in the wall the suburb has to offer with a friendly environment and a place to hide from the infestation of zombies!
  • Socialize at the Gummer Arms - Home of the the Largest still in North Eastern Malton with a boasting 24 Gallon Still! come in and take your boots off and have a pint and relax without those zombies trying to kill you outside. The Gummer Arms is a safe haven with a warm atmosphere friendly people and a menu of beer, and various pub foods. so come in relax from your wayward ventures and take a pint of the best booze in Rolt Heights!
  • For SCIENCE! - Sure, Dulston and Pescodside may have their "Museum Mile", but all their museums combined cannot compare with the wonders crammed under the one roof that is the Riddell Museum. Yes, you'll be amazed by the collection of horrific oddities, potentially dangerous experiments, and unattended shiny red buttons. But please remember: no touching, poking, prodding, kicking, spitting, shooting, puking, bleeding, or dying on the exhibits. And most of all: Do not ride the bomb!
  • The Library District! - While the industrial sector has been a major part of Rolt Heights, the five libraries are at the heart of the suburb's intellectual revival. Each of the libraries has its own personality which is reflected in its collections and programs. Prior to the outbreak, all of the libraries loaned current bestsellers, books on CD, DVDs, local history, and a broad range of fiction and non-fiction for adults and children. With the library staff absent in most cases, locals have decided to waive usual registration requirements. But, if you borrow a book, please remember to bring it back within 2 weeks so someone else can enjoy it. Materials can be dropped off at any of the libraries.
  • The Wonders of IMAX! - Tired of seeing the same thing every day? Burnt out cars. Dead people. Zombies? Well why not visit the IMAX Fanning Cinema and enjoy an inspiring film that you could say is, "larger than life". Ha-ha! While the movie selection is limited, when you consider the alternative you'll be coming back again and again. See you soon!
  • Make a Leftist Pilgrimage No, Karl Marx isn't buried here. Actually, some say he's shuffling through the streets somewhere. But with the rich radical history of Rolt Heights, some socialists and anarchists like to venture to Rolt Heights to pay their respects to some of the great landmarks of Malton class struggles. They visit Banfield Park, St. Romuald's Church, and the local factories.

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Barricade Policy

While not enforced, the Rolt Heights Barricade Plan is supported by survivors groups within the suburb. As a precaution survivors are advised to review the plan and be aware of potential barricade levels throughout Rolt Heights. If the barricades at a specific location do not match the plan survivors have the right to lower them, but should know that lowering barricades may draw ire from survivors at that location.

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10 Phillipps Grove Railway Station
Tennear Lane
Broke Bank
Dark
Goringe Way
a factory
a carpark
Wray Towers
Eaves Drive
a carpark
Dennehy Lane
10
11 Bird Lane
a factory
Merchant Bank
Dark
a factory
Scammell Park
Kerswill Street
Risdon Towers
Powell Square
a warehouse
Cruickshank Square
11
12 Horsford Park
Broadbent Plaza Railway Station
wasteland
a carpark
Cayley Library
a carpark
St. Anne's Church
St. Peter's Church
the McMurtrie Building
Younghusband Square Police Department
12
13 Sonven Towers
Dunsdon Lane
RP
a junkyard
Brewin Lane
Brymer Avenue
Baylie Library
wasteland
a cemetery
a cemetery
RP
wasteland
13
14 Whitlock Road
Vyse Crescent
Hartley Library
the Gummer Arms
Kelloway Drive Railway Station
Bullor Library
Lugg Street
the Batt Arms
Lovell Auto Repair
St. Herman's Hospital
14
15 St. Romuald's Church
Collis Street
Goodson Towers
Banfield Park
Roles Way Railway Station
Mare Towers
MPM
Club Tompson
Dark
Club Webbe
Dark
Land Park
a junkyard
15
16 a cemetery
wasteland
a factory
the Lanhdon Building
wasteland
Club Brien
Dark
the Fevin Monument
Rolls Avenue
wasteland
Schreiber Drive Police Department
16
17 Salsbury Walk
Downs Boulevard Fire Station
Ayliffe Street Police Department
Club Cosenes
Dark
Bromilow Library
Horder Avenue School
wasteland
a carpark
a warehouse
the Burchell Arms
17
18 St. Arnold's Church
a cemetery
Hardy Row
Windle Crescent
the Riddell Museum
a warehouse
Copeland Alley
Beele Walk
wasteland
Armstead Library
18
19 the Gold Monument
the Margesson Hotel
a factory
Silverius General Hospital
Fanning Cinema
Dark
Gillman Road Railway Station
the Gwinn Building
Giverd Street
the Snooke Arms
Pettey Square
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LEGEND
Extremely Heavily Barricaded Very Strongly Barricaded No Barricades
Auto Repair Shops Hospitals Other (non-TRP)
Factories and
Power Stations
NecroTech Buildings Unbarricadable
Forts and Malls Police Departments
Dark: Dark Buildings MPM: Mobile Phone Masts RP: Revive Points

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Suburb Map

The Malton Suburb of Rolt Heights
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Phillipps Grove Railway Station Tennear Lane Broke Bank Goringe Way
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a factory a carpark Wray Towers Eaves Drive a carpark Dennehy Lane
Bird Lane a factory Merchant Bank a factory Scammell Park Kerswill Street Risdon Towers Powell Square a warehouse Cruickshank Square
Horsford Park Broadbent Plaza Railway Station wasteland a carpark Cayley Library a carpark St Anne's Church St Peter's Church the McMurtrie Building Younghusband Square Police Dept
Sonven Towers Dunsdon Lane
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RP
a junkyard Brewin Lane Brymer Avenue Baylie Library wasteland a cemetery a cemetery
RP
wasteland
Whitlock Road Vyse Crescent Hartley Library the Gummer Arms Kelloway Drive Railway Station Bullor Library Lugg Street the Batt Arms Lovell Auto Repair St Herman's Hospital
St Romuald's Church Collis Street Goodson Towers Banfield Park Roles Way Railway Station Mare Towers
MPM
Club Tompson Club Webbe Land Park a junkyard
a cemetery wasteland a factory the Lanhdon Building wasteland Club Brien the Fevin Monument Rolls Avenue wasteland Schreiber Drive Police Dept
Salsbury Walk
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Downs Boulevard Fire Station Ayliffe Street Police Dept Club Cosenes Bromilow Library Horder Avenue School wasteland a carpark a warehouse the Burchell Arms
St Arnold's Church a cemetery Hardy Row Windle Crescent the Riddell Museum a warehouse Copeland Alley Beele Walk wasteland Armstead Library
the Gold Monument the Margesson Hotel a factory Silverius General Hospital Fanning Cinema Gillman Road Railway Station the Gwinn Building Giverd Street the Snooke Arms Pettey Square
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SW S SE
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