Talk:Artifact Protection Policy

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But doesn't the looting simply spread out the museums items? If all the treasures were kept in the museum, then they could be simply destroyed by some some angry zombies. Therefore, if they are spread out to decorate safehouses, then they are not only safer, but provide enjoyment to a public that cannot always reach a museum. --Graaj

Museums are not, as has been observed throughout the Infestation, as highly targeted as - for example - a Hospital. Hospitals are constantly under attack, and often find themselves ransacked. The same goes for Necrotech Facilities, Police Departments, and Firehouses. Leaving priceless works of art, or ancient artifacts around in what often amounts to a zombie feeding trough does nothing to help the decay of Maltons' culture. - DT 19:41, 1 April 2007 (UTC)

What about the gift shops? Since those items were designed to be spread out among the poplulus, would it not make sense to allow the gift shops to be looted? --Leo Howard 23:03, 22 March 2007 (UTC)

Yes, gift shops can be raided. And food courts. Citizen M PK 21:19, 2 August 2007 (BST)

Why?

How are you going to stop people from looting/searching? In museums, the statues are not doing anyone any good. We need statues and works of art to be spread out. This way, they are improving the drab lives of survivors. Even if they are destroyed, it's not as if statues are going to run out. Has ammunition ran out? Have medical supplies run out? Nope, so why would museum pieces? Radio-ratio 04:03, 23 January 2009 (UTC)

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