St. Simeon's Church

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St. Simeon's Church
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St. Simeon's Church

Greentown [31, 77]

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Basic Info:

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  • Church doors do not close but can be barricaded shut.
St. Simeon's Church



This church was built in the early 1940's, both as a hospital and a worship place for injured solders returning from the Second World War. It was one of the more popular churches in Greentown, having hundreds of members, up until the outbreak. These days, some people can still be found praying there.

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 07:10, 4 June 2007 (BST)

Current Status

5/22/2009 You are inside St Simeon's Church. The building has been extremely heavily barricaded.A portable generator has been set up here. It is out of fuel, and connected to a powered-down radio transmitter. The aisles of the church have been been decorated with a stuffed eagle, a mouldering tapestry, a mediaeval tapestry, a stuffed crocodile, a European painting, a faded tapestry, a dark tapestry and a stuffed fish.Somebody has spraypainted What the effff!!!!??? onto a wall.--Dr Mycroft Chris 02:27, 22 May 2009 (BST)

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