St. Ethelbert's Church (Edgecombe)

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St. Ethelbert's Church
Last updated July 2017
Danger Updater MDUDC 06:16, 19 January 2018 (UTC)
St. Ethelbert's Church

Edgecombe [76,57]

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Basic Info:

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

General Information

St. Ethelbert's Church is located in Edgecombe, a suburb of Malton.

Events

Tuesday April 29, 2008: The church was the scene for Malton's first ever Human to Zombie wedding (Bride and Groom's names withheld for privacy). Guests brought artifacts from the four corners of Malton and were entertained by an ancient Etruscan style gladiator fight. Those who attended the function are welcome to add the Template provided below to their User Pages:


WedInvite.jpg I was there!!!
This user attended the first Human to Zombie wedding between Morg and Feely at St. Ethelbert's Church on 04/29/08


Sunday June 17, 2007: A sermon was held to bless the Hunters and the Runners in the first VZW Malton Running Man Competition. Immediately after the sermon on the front steps, the Running Man was fitted with an explosive GPS collar. Participants in the competition and spectators were asked to refrain from causing any loud noises during the fitting of the collar. (Note that additional sermons will be held the day prior to each new Running Man start.) The sermon can be listened to on the official radio frequency of the Running Man Competition, 28.76.

History

St. Ethelbert's Church has long been the Top Secret HQ of Team Laser Explosion, manned constantly for the preservation of order in the suburb of Edgecombe.

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Barricade Policy

The church is kept barricaded to Extremely Heavy at all times.

Current Status

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