The Ive Museum

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The Ive Museum
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Danger Updater MDUDC 15:02, 15 January 2019 (UTC)
The Ive Museum

Judgewood [17, 13]

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Budgen Lane The Ive Museum Bickersteth Row
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Basic Info:

  • Museums have a wide range of different collections and exhibitions, although previously they were not lootable. Nowadays, different decorative items may be found there.
  • Generally, the descriptions found in Museums fall along the lines of "…currently displaying a(n) exhibition/installation/collection of _____________"
  • Museums can be barricaded normally.

The Ive Museum is a Conceptual Art Museum located in northern Judgewood. The museum was founded by Henry Ive, art collector extraordinaire and childhood rival of John Hebdon. Throughout their lives, the two had always tried to outdo each other at everything, and things came to a head when the two chose to open conceptual art museums next door to each other.

The Ive Museum, shortly after its grand opening.

The museums themselves thrived despite the constant bickering and one-upmanship, which often led to vaguely amusing situations. This bitter rivalry continued until the engagement of their children, Josephine Hebdon and David Ive, after which they were forced to bury the hatchet, although they would often continue to outdo each other. This feud between neighbouring businessmen would later become the inspiration for unfunny 80s sitcom Never the Twain.

Barricade Policy

According to the Judgewood Barricade Plan, the Ive Museum should be kept Extremely Heavily Barricaded in order to preserve the free running lane between the central and north-east parts of the suburb.

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