Southall Mansion

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Southall Mansion
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Southall Mansion

[[East Boundwood, Lamport Hills]] [49,08] - [50,09]

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Basic Info:

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General

Southall Mansion is a four block mansion located in the historic rural North Malton area of East Boundwood and Lamport Hills. The history of Southall Mansion is unknown before the period in which the Southall family took control of the land in the early 1800s, though some of the original stonework suggests that the mansion is much older. The Hall is one of five mansions in Malton, and is notable for its impressive main hall and ballroom, as well as the ornate masonry that adorns the dining room and study.

Groups

  • PhilosopheKnights.jpg The Order of the Philosophe Knights maintains the mansion as their primary residence in the fight to reclaim Malton's culture and dignity. They are known to work with some groups whilst denying others access to this location.
  • Zompic.png /Zom/ Is currently aiding the Philosophe Knights in their thinning of the zombie hordes in and around Southall Mansion. Some members of this group are actively befriending and aiding Knights, while others seem indifferent.

Recent Events

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"Why so large a cost, having so short a lease, dost thou upon thy fading mansion spend?" — William Shakepeare


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