St. Dionysius's Church (Greentown)

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St. Dionysius's Church
In ruins with level 2-5 decay
Danger Updater MDUDC 19:41, 7 February 2019 (UTC)
St Dionysius's Church

Greentown [33,78]

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Basic Info:

  • Churches have no internal descriptions.
  • Church doors do not close but can be barricaded shut.

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One of many churches in Greentown. After the quarantine, St. Dionysius became a St D's Bar & Grill.

Churches are a source for looting Crucifixes, wine, and sometimes first aid kits.

St. Dionysius is also a designated entry point and should be kept at VSB+2 at all times to allow free running to near by locations.

Description

St. Dionysius of Athens

An early Pope that was martyred and became a saint whose portfolio includes headaches. [1]

Family Dining in Post-Outbreak Malton

St D's Bar & Grill is now a chain of family dining establishments. Many GSE Members stop by here to get some friend rat after a night of drinking at the local pub.

From the Flyers found around Greentown
St Dionysius's Church is found in the southern section of Greentown, within walking distance of popular shopping destination Marven Mall, a police station, several hospitals, and two NecroTech buildings, all located in adjacent suburbs. Since the fall of the city, the church has been turned into a themed family restaurant. (The management humbly requests that zombies refrain from eating families when at St D's Bar & Grill.) Pull up a pew and try the fried rat!

News

5/22/2009 You are inside St Dionysius's Church. The building has been very strongly barricaded. Also here are Fightin'Mick (50HP) and Nacho Martin (50HP).Somebody has spraypainted Wakawaka, watch out! onto a wall.--Dr Mycroft Chris 02:24, 22 May 2009 (BST)

September 18, 2007 - I cleaned out the place a couple days ago. The zeds are dead the the few pews that weren't used for cooking fried rat are pilled up in front of the door. -- Blake Jawl ( Talk | GSE)

History

St. Dionysius's Church (Greentown)

Before the outbreak, this church was among many of the old and history rich churches, cathedrals, and shrines in Malton's Greentown, but most of those historical records are being used as place mats for those hungry to eat fried rat.

Shortly after the outbreak of zombies, churches across town became rally points where survivors gathered, prayed, and shared resources. Churches were one of the few safe places where survivors could find food without serving their brains up as a meal to the ever hungry zombie hordes. Eventually the St. Dionysius in another neighborhood became a dining hall and restaurant, and over the months it expanded to the other St. Dionysius locations around town.

Radio

know what you are talking about Short-wave Radio Info
This group or location has a dedicated radio frequency.

Frequency: 26.45 MHz
Transmitter Coordinates: all St D's franchises

St. D's personnel/clergy maintain radio systems at all their franchise locations.

Check in on frequency 26.45 MHz for franchise info and happenings.

Radios require power, and therefore a generator and constant supply of fuel is required at this location.

Barricading Policy

Because Churches in Greentown are considered entry points, it should be barricaded to Very Strongly Barricaded +2 (which means, barricade it up unto the point where it says "further barricading will prevent people from entering" and stop so that people without free running can still enter). Survivors who fear for their safety and have Free Running can move next door to an EHB building. --Alice Cuinn 07:09, 4 June 2007 (BST)

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