The Parsons Hotel

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the Parsons Hotel

Lamport Hills [50,6]

Ireland Drive
(East Boundwood)
wasteland St. Barnabas's Church
Tidcombe Plaza
(East Boundwood)
the Parsons Hotel Spare Grove
a junkyard
(East Boundwood)
the Leary Building Martha General Hospital

Basic Info:

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

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The Parsons Hotel
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Danger Updater MDUDC 17:39, 5 January 2019 (UTC)


This hotel is located in the western part of Lamport Hills. It has been designated EHB in the Lamport Hills barricade plan. Tagging it earns no XP.


The Lamport Incident

The original benefactor of the creation of The Parsons Hotel was a Mr. Jonathan Terrill, owner of the then flourishing Terrill Arms, who came to branch out into the hotel and catering business. After his emigration to Australia in 1930, the hotel went into disrepair, the new owner having turned to drink to drown his sorrows in a failing hotel empire. It turned out that Mr. Terrill had received news of the imminent war, and had fled, leaving his incompetent nephew in charge. However, as he felt a moral need to help the community, especially when they were faced with a war, he sent Dr. Alexis Reed monthly payments to help out his nephew. Because she felt the hotel was running well by itself, she decided to take it upon herself to "help out those in need" in the community, and began embezzling money for Grenoit Lillef, the local chief, though the true nature of the bribery was not found until years after her death, though many had suspected something related to her medical career.


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