St. Tsarevna's Church (Mornington)

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St. Tsarevna's Church
Dfang843 (talk) 02:50, 17 January 2020 (UTC)
St. Tsarevna's Church

Mornington [17, 65]

the Noakes Arms the Curme Building Pyle Crescent School
Pring Bank St. Tsarevna's Church Gilpin Plaza
St. Osyth's Church a warehouse Cupper Walk

Basic Info:

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

St. Tsarevna's Church (Mornington)

Description

Somebody has spraypainted VSB Entry point! onto a wall.

History

Statue of godess, found in St. Tsarevna's
The exterior looks like regular orthodox church, but actually it isn't one. It lacks crosses on it's domes, icons and wall paintings inside looks surreal and scary. There is old, decayed statue of young woman before altar - which is impossible in traditional orthodox church. The very name of this church is not orthodox - there is no eastern saint with name "Tsarevna", this word (царевна) just means "princess" in Russian.

The church was build by followers of mysterious Russian "Order of Saint Princess" (possibly, Slavonic branch of Isis cult), when the "Order" was banned in Russia, and small number of it's members found refuge in Malton.

Church after recent rebuild
There are rumors, that the Order is still functioning, performing strange blasphemous rites in both Malton's Tsarevna churches.

Barricade Policy

VSB.

Current Status

There is a lone zombie here. --DiCiASSEi 14:42, 14 April 2009 (BST)



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