Warehouse 30,71

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Warehouse 30,71
EHB, unfueled genny
stelar (talk) 03:53, 5 October 2016 (UTC)
a warehouse

Greentown [30, 71]

Smallwood Cinema
(South Blythville)
Tribe Park wasteland
Athay Boulevard
(South Blythville)
a warehouse St. George's Hospital
the Pippard Building
(South Blythville)
Nicols Avenue Seeney Row

Basic Info:

  • Warehouses can be barricaded normally.

Warehouse 30,71 (MCM residential hall)

Description

  • "You are standing outside a warehouse, a small red-brick building flanked by trees."

Items

The following items can be found while searching this location: crowbar, fire axe, fuel can, length of pipe.

Barricade Policy

Because warehouses in Greentown are considered safehouses, it should be barricaded to Extremely Heavily Barricaded. Survivors who have Free Running can enter next door at a VSB building at either St. George's Hospital (Greentown) (31,71) or The Pippard Building (South Blythville) (29, 72).

History

Warehouse after refurbishing into MCM residential hall

Originally a warehouse for Necrotech, this building was heavily looted during the initial days of the outbreak by survivors hoping to find revivification syringes. Unfortunately for them, all they found was row upon row of outdated, empty vending machines for Little Debbie Snack Cakes and several flats of grape soda that had lost its fizz. The vending machines soon became pieces of barricades, however; and the reputation of this building for withstanding zombie assaults due to the heavy construction of its barricade material grew.

In the summer of 2008 the warehouse was refurbished by Malton College of Medicine to serve as a residential hall and study area. Its comfortable all-new furnishings and games room were an instant hit with students. Attempts to install a hot tub were thwarted when the driver of the delivery vehicle was eaten. The driver was last spotted in Wray Heights having discarded his ID tag, shouting "Barhah" as he shambled off pantsless with the RRF's Excursion III. His former employers have made the following request: "If found, please combat revive and send back to work."

MCM left Greentown in May 2009. They were careful to tidy up before locking the warehouse behind them. Visitors these days, albeit surprised by the luxurious accommodations, would hardly know anyone had been there before them.

Current Status

Unknown. --Sherry talk MCM 12:49, 27 October 2009 (UTC)





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