The Dycer Hotel

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The Dycer Hotel
doors open, ruined "for some time"
Evanna (talk) 20:40, 25 September 2017 (UTC)
the Dycer Hotel

Dulston [96,9]

Tovey Place the Slade Arms Hagger Way
Caffin Library the Dycer Hotel Maud Walk
a factory
(Pescodside)
Whish Way
Pescodside
Lentell Walk Police Dept
Pescodside

Basic Info:

  • Also known as motels.
  • 50% chance of finding wine.
  • Hotels can be barricaded normally.

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Description

The Dycer Hotel, or "The Dycer" as it is commonly known, is a hotel in the suburb of Dulston located alongside the southern border with Pescodside. It is one of two such buildings in the suburb, with the other being the Speak Motel located just 5 blocks north of the hotel entrance. Historically the Dycer Hotel residing here is not the first to hold this name, but the original Dycer Hotel, which was built in 1936, was burned down in a massive fire that ravaged several city blocks in 1958. As such, the hotel needed to be completely rebuilt from the ground up and was eventually re-opened largely in its current form in 1960 where it grew in prominence within Dulston. Many of the suburb's more notable events have since taken place on its grounds, specifically in the garden banquet area known as the Grand Court.

One such series of notable events took place throughout 1969 when Maxwell Osgood, the city councilor for Dulston at the time, would give his famous public speeches from the Garden Court in support of the booming textile industry which he touted as next step in improving the standard of living for all Dulston. These speeches, and the local support they garnered, helped set the tone for industrial development in Dulston to this day, or at least up until the "Malton Incident".

The Dycer Hotel was renovated from 1989 to 1991 and prior to the quarantine a proposal was made to add a 680 foot (207m) residential tower to the property. Up until the "Malton Incident" the hotel was operated by Malton Hotels & Resorts Incorporated, but now the property is strictly "self service".

Barricade Policy

Barricades should be kept at Extremely Heavily at all times. The true purpose of this building is to serve as a heavily fortified shelter for Malton's veteran survivors. This ruling was set forth by the Dulston Optimal Defense Diagram and is enforced by all member groups of the Dulston Alliance.

Current Events

December 30th, 2008 - Two years later... the Dycer Hotel is all sunshine and lollipops! Survivors inside are reported as safe and the building is Extremely Heavily barricaded to insure their safety.

November 15th, 2006 - Members of DORIS persist in their claims of controlling all Dulston. Taking a page straight from Conquerors 101 DORIS has instigated a policy whereby local buildings and streets throughout the suburb have been renamed by their group, in this case, the hotel is now known as the Sheraton Ishtar as far as DORIS is concerned.



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