The Surtees Building

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the Surtees Building

Chancelwood [69, 6]

Curton Mansion the Haslock Building Mee Library
(Earletown)
the Firminger Hotel the Surtees Building a warehouse
(Earletown)
Club Budd wasteland Dudoc Street
(Earletown)

Basic Info:


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The Surtees Building
EHB, unfueled genny
--Janus talk 08:34, 9 June 2017 (UTC)


The Surtees Building

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Description

An old building that has been fortified to serve the purpose of its new owners. It is extremely barricaded most of the time and only has the sign "Death's Minions HQ -Entrance" on the front. It is still left alone after so many years and there are dim lights that glow from inside the building. Men armed with automatic weapons stalk the buildings and are often seen running back into the building at night.

History

A property once owned by Club Budd until being bought by an unknown group who has kept their business to themselves. While other buildings are bustling this building sits still and remains quiet ever since the mysterious group bought the place. The building had no special place in Channcelwood besides being a dance/music hall for the public.

Barricade Policy

Extremely Heavily Barricaded at all times.

Current Status

April 6th 2009 Hostile in the surrounding area, but the building still stands.Commander Cobra 16:53, 6 April 2009 (BST)

11/28/12 Very Safe -Zeds in NT building next door ajrehman 08:06, 28 November 2012 (UTC)

1/22/09 Very Safe -Nothing hostile in the area. Commander Cobra 21:47, 22 January 2009 (UTC)

1/10/09 Very Safe -Anyone is welcomed to stay as long there's no violence inside. Commander Cobra 01:10, 11 January 2009 (UTC)





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