The Manninge Building

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The Manninge Building
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PB&J 11:22, 29 July 2019 (UTC)
the Manninge Building

Heytown [79, 39]

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(Spracklingbank)
Wyse Walk the Manninge Building Elphick Walk
(Spracklingbank)
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(Peppardville)
Fliney Boulevard
(Peppardville)
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(Pitneybank)

Basic Info:

The Manninge Building

Description

In game, the building has no description, which is unfortunate due to the large numbers of murals that are now completely overlooked. This artwork had been painted on the outside and inside walls of the building before the zombie outbreak.

History

Before the outbreak, the Manninge Building had been an average nine-to-five work center. Poor customer satisfaction, and low work quality were rampant. The higher-ups realized this, and decided they had to do something in order to save their company.

After several meetings and much debating, they decided that a brighter and more upbeat environment would help raise all productivity. And with that, they commissioned several artists to paint the outside walls, and many of the walls inside, with bright murals depicting happiness.

The plan worked, and within two weeks of the murals’ completion, productivity and customer satisfaction began to increase. Just as they were about to reach record levels for the company, the zombies came. Oh well. At least it makes a nice building to look at.

Barricade Policy

To be kept at very strongly barricaded at all times per the Heytown Barricade Plan.

Current Status

Historically part of the greater Craske Triangle and defended by the Mad Craskers.



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