St. Gall's Church (Dartside)
|St. Gall's Church|
|St. Gall's Church
Once a mighty and beautiful inner-city church, the outside is now boarded up and covered in thick vines. The church inhabitants maintain an alliance with the nearby Vivian Motel- and occupants of both buildings share potluck at the church on Sunday afternoons. The original priest of the church still stands guard to protect his flock and revive those in need- leaving only for supplies.
An odd man named Carlo Chaimo once kept a night watch for zombies from the rooftop. Carlo was also the care-taker of the Stock Museum, overseeing a display of Goya paintings and Spanish reliquary. Scribblings over blank areas on the ancient scrolls by Carlo document that in 2007 he departed the church to start the Fabulous Underground Acoustic Corner Kids in Daker. Rumor has it that he was a legend in Dartside and that he will return someday, but this has yet to be seen.
Currently the church is looked over by Father Joseph, who also watches over the display at The Stock Museum. He gives nightly revives and exorcisms at the cemetary next to the church. Late at night can frequently be seen sprinkling Holy Water on the zombies with Bible and Crucifix in hand.
According to the Dartside Barricade Plan this building should be barricaded no more than VSB++, because is an entry point.
June 15th, 2013 - Nobody inside. No Cades. Doors open. No lights. --RoyKirk 21:25, 15 June 2013 (UTC)
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