Threadgould Road

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Threadgould Road

Foulkes Village [2, 86]

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Basic Info:

  • A Street is a city block containing no buildings or monuments. There are a variety of other names besides Street including Alley, Avenue, Boulevard, Drive, Grove, Lane, Row, Square, Walk, Place, etc.
  • This is an empty block, and cannot be barricaded.

Threadgould Road

Description

A typically understated Foulkes Village goldsmith.

A winding, narrow lane, flanked by dozens of goldsmiths' shops.

Threadgould Road at night.

History

The Foulkes Village tradition of fine gold jewellery dates back to the Anglo-Saxons, who produced enamelware with filigree gold for their chieftains, the most precious being St Aelred's Jewel. For centuries, these goldsmiths plied their trade in this unprepossessing lane, and their fame spread across the country. By the 20th century, the crowded lane of dim goldsmiths' workshops with their brightly lit showcases was a major tourist attraction, bringing untold millions in revenue to the Village elders and the Council.

St Aelred's Jewel.

The lane suffered grievously after the outbreak: looters smashed the shop windows and stole the treasure within, but were quickly divested of it by zombie mobs. Occasionally a blinged-out zombie can still be spotted, weighed down by a cumbersome antique chain of mayoral office, or 24-carat wedding accoutrements.

A zombie looter carries away a priceless gold crucifix.

Current Status

From 13.10.08 this street is a private revive point PRDB.

PRDB revive point, only for Republic citizens. Others will be ignored due to the small size of our group.



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