The Linney Museum

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The Linney Museum
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The Linney Museum

Pegton [82,52]

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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.

Description

'Go Potty at The Linney!'

A pottery museum, the Linney Museum is part of Pegton's cultural heartland and houses a priceless collection of anthropological artefacts from Malton's Great Rift Valley.


History

Linney prepares another batch of pot(s).

Dougal Linney was an avid potter and his tableware and tiles were sought after across Malton and beyond for their craftsmanship, original designs, fine glazes and vivid colours. Linney also travelled widely, meeting potters and artists from around the world, and brought back many first-rate items for his private collection.

Sadly, Linney suffered chronic addiction to marijuana, and the pothead potter eventually addled his brain so badly he sealed himself inside his own kiln, in order - as he told his spliffed-up friends - "to bake my head once and for all". Despite their best efforts - which amounted to looking up from the couch, and eating another loaf of bread with Nutella - they were unable to wrest open the heavy door, or even turn down the temperature. Linney himself therefore ended up glazed and stoned dead.

Fortunately, his unique collection survived, and is preserved in his former home. The Linney Museum was also chosen as the repository for the numerous fragments of early human pottery found by Professor Lakey, as it has a spacious and secure basement where the pottery and several complete humanoid skeletons are still believed to be kept safe - along with the remnants of Linney's legendary hash stash.

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