The Tynte Building (Vinetown)

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The Tynte Building
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Danger Updater MDUDC 13:22, 15 May 2019 (UTC)

The Tynte Building

Vinetown [82,66]

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Basic Info:

Description

The buildings fine brickwork on display.

You are standing outside the Tynte Building, the doors are open and it's in ruins.

Current Conditions

A dead body outside. Building is in ruins. Zombies a few blocks to the east and north/east. The doors are open and the building is in ruins. Dov (talk) 01:19, 11 February 2015 (UTC)

History

The historic Tynte Building in Vinetown is notable for is fine brick exterior and its no-nonsense architectural style. As the original Haberdashery in all of Malton, The Tynte Building has a storied past.

Notable Haberdashers who have worked in the Tynte Building include John Merrick and Johnny Carson.

The building is a three-story landmark with a red brick exterior and a tightly compartmentalized interior that gives it the cozy ambience which defines it as the premiere upscale McZeds in all of Southeast Malton.

Please note that per McZeds operating policy, The Tynte Building should be treated as a survivor safe-zone. PK'ing is frowned upon inside an active McZeds facility. McZeds management reserves the right to refuse service to the dead, undead, PK'ers, and GK'ers.

No shirt, no shoes, no heartbeat, no service!

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