St. Lucy's Church

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St. Lucy's Church
Last updated June 2018
Danger Updater MDUDC 16:19, 17 December 2018 (UTC)
St. Lucy's Church

Pitneybank [80, 44]

Heritage Lane
(Peppardville)
a junkyard Davenport Cinema
the Higgdon Building
(Peppardville)
St. Lucy's Church Nalder Plaza
a carpark
(Peppardville)
Elers Park a cemetery

Basic Info:

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

Description

You are standing outside St Lucy's Church, a large white-stone building.

A large building with high, small windows and big oak doors.

History

A local bible church. After the outbreak, local soldiers stationed at the fort made their way to the church and took up residence.

Until recently the church was maintained by The Angels of Saint Lucys.

Barricade Policy

As a church, St. Lucy's Church is an ideal shelter for lower level survivors without Free Running skill seeking to stay off the streets at night. It also serves as the entry point for newly revived survivors from the nearby cemetery. Therefore, according to Pitneybank Barricade Plan, the building should be Very Strongly (VS+2) barricaded.

An unspoken rule is that survivors sheltering inside the church should assist with maintaining the barricades, but at the same time the barricades should not be raised so higher as to bar new or inexperienced survivors any chance of entering. The barricades should be raised only when the building is currently under siege from 5 or more zombies. And when the danger has passed, the barricades should be pulled down to provide access once again.



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