St. Swithun's Church (Lukinswood)

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St. Swithun's Church
Esoldier (talk) 20:34, 5 December 2020 (UTC)
St. Swithun's Church

Lukinswood [27, 45]

Houghton Street Doyne Street Rayner Crescent
the Shortman Building St. Swithun's Church the Goodland Monument
Whittle Place Woodthorpe Plaza the Probert Building

Basic Info:

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

Description

St. Swithun's Church in Lukinswood is one of the three churches designated as targets for the YRCFM (Yagoton Revivification Clinic Franchise Movement). Once established successfully it is hoped that a revive clinic here will reflect the success of the Revive clinic operated in Yagoton. Within the next few months the clinic will be opened and run by scientists at the nearby Stagg Building.

History

The church were named after St. Swithun, one of the early bishops of Winchester. Upon his death, he was buried outdoors, rather than in his cathedral, apperently on his own request. He had announced that he wanted the "sweet rain of heaven" to fall upon his grave. Roughly a century after his death, his body was moved into a new, indoor, shrine. The cermony required for this was delayed because of 40 days of constant rain, a sign of his displeasure at being moved. One of his patronages is the weather.

St. Swithun's is the only holy ground on Lukinswood's east side.

Barricade Policy

It is to be maintained at VS+2 barricades. This may however change with the introduction of the new revive point.



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