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====January 30<sup>th</sup>====
I've grown attached to this 'burb, and just couldn't bring myself to leave just yet. But, another sweep of the city shows that the hoard has already moved on. The hospitals that had zeds milling about now is abandoned. This means that I could sneak in and effect some repairs...once I find some tools. [http://urbandead.com/profile.cgi?id=442711 Roberto Tomba] 00:05, 30 January 2011 (EST)
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Revision as of 03:49, 30 January 2011

Suburb of Darvall Heights
Judgewood Gatcombeton Shuttlebank
Chudleyton Darvall Heights Eastonwood
West Becktown East Becktown Richmond Hills
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Darvall Heights's location in Malton

Resource buildings in Darvall Heights

Latest EMR:
z: 20~i: ---
p: FJun 20

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Phone Mast: (24,26)

The Herman Building

Maltel-ruined-small.jpg Update Mast

Known groups in this suburb:
— Survivor Groups —
— Zombie Groups —
— Hostile Groups —
  • Only freelance killers...
— Historic Groups —

Key buildings in Darvall Heights:

Malls: Caiger Mall
NecroTech Buildings: 2


Police Departments: 3
Hospitals: 3
Fire Stations: 2
Bulletin Boards: unknown
Others: 49
Suburb Number: 23

Darvall Heights is the twenty-third suburb of Malton, located in the northwest of the city. Darvall Heights is one of the most active suburbs, with several famous locations, large groups, and events of historical significance.

One of the best-known locations in Darvall Heights is Caiger Mall, the eastern half of which is in the suburb and the western half is in Chudleyton. Caiger Mall has historically had the highest survivor population of any building in Malton, owing to the fact that it has repulsed two large scale zombie attacks. For more information, see Siege of Caiger Mall. Caiger Mall was once seen as a symbol for survivors throughout Malton, but has lost much of its reputation since it fell to a massive zombie horde in the Third Siege of Caiger Mall. Since the outbreak, the suburb's notoriety for large zombie numbers has earned it the nickname "Devil's Heights" amongst the local survivor population.

The suburb was also significant for both historical groups Liberation of Crossman Department and Crossman Defense Force. It is now significant to the Soldiers of Crossman, who consider it a birthplace and their homeland.

The Herman Building is the only Necrotech in Malton that is home to a Mobile Phone Mast, as such its Generator serves more than one purpose.

Resource Buildings

NecroTech Facilities

The Herman Building (24,26) The Latrobe Building (21,28)


St. Eutychian's Hospital (25,23)

St. Matheos's Hospital (27,25)

St. Pius's Hospital (26,24)

Police Departments

Crossman Grove Police Department (25,20)

Halse Crescent Police Department (20,20)

Tayler Lane Police Department (29,23)


A factory (24,20)

A factory (26,29)

Auto Repair Shops

Adney Auto Repair (25,29)

Dandison Auto Repair (24,21)

Holloms Auto Repair (21,27)

Wheelhouse Auto Repair (26,23)


Caiger Mall [19,27] – [20,28]

Bulletin Boards

Revive Points

Building Status Key

Safe Rebuilding Under Attack Under Siege

Ruined In Zombie Hands Pinata Unknown

Darvall Heights Information Resources

The Darvall Heights Building Information Center contains status reports and updates on key buildings in the suburb.

View zombie activity and locations in Darvall Heights from External Military Reports and NecroWatch.

Recent News

Please: recent news at the top (signed & NPOV). Old news can be archived.



January 30th

I've grown attached to this 'burb, and just couldn't bring myself to leave just yet. But, another sweep of the city shows that the hoard has already moved on. The hospitals that had zeds milling about now is abandoned. This means that I could sneak in and effect some repairs...once I find some tools. Roberto Tomba 00:05, 30 January 2011 (EST)

January 30th

Just when things were starting to look bad, they got terrible. The MOB arrived and the rest of the suburb fell fast. There's really nothing of any tactical value left. --Grogh 02:25, 30 January 2011 (UTC)

January 29th

Once again, I've managed to pass out and wake up with a pulse and everything intact. I wish I could say the same for Darvall Heights. Two days have elapsed since I last took a walk around...and my, how things have changed. The hammer finally fell here, with the zombie hoard obliterating everything. Where signs of life were before, now everything of value is in ruins. I only see one building with lights on...the fools. I'm going to see what I can do to help the few living survivors...then head for points west and south. Roberto Tomba 00:11, 29 January 2011 (EST)

January 25th

The Herman Building is in operation again, and I just spent time barricading it up. I wish I could say the same for its companion Necrotech facility, the Latrobe building. I'm happy to say that Darvall Heights remains a battleground: this means that there are still enough of us to give them a fight. I still keep waiting for the other shoe to drop - for the hoard to come this way in enough force to take us down - but I've just awakened another day with Darvall Heights still in human hands. Roberto Tomba 23:15, 25 January 2011 (EST)

January 24th

I just woke up to find 7 wounded in my building: I never see that many together in the same place. I figured things were getting bad, so I decided to first check out the Mall. The Darvall Heights sections are both in ruins. And, that's not all: Both Necrotech facilities are down. But, wonder of wonders, all the hospitals are in business. It's not a disaster yet, but I wouldn't wager on it staying like this for long. Roberto Tomba 23:06, 24 January 2011 (EST)

January 20th

I took a stroll outside just now, and it's freakin' freezing! Things looked fairly quiet - not many undead to speak of - until I made it to the Chudleyton side of the Caiger Mall: 37 zeds are just outside the southwest corner. I did what I could to warn the people inside - telling them, as well as broadcasting on the local frequency - so hopefully people can be saved, or ideally reinforce the defenses. Technically, Darvall Heights is still safe - since the huge pack of zombies is just across the border - but it's naive to think it'll stay that way. Roberto Tomba 23:45, 20 January 2011 (EST)

January 18th

Darvall Heights is alive and well, from what I can see. Buildings reported last week as being in ruins are completely functional, including all the hospitals and the Hermann Building, the lone Necrotech facility. This burb is adjacent to some very dangerous areas - Shuttlebank and Eastonwood - so the safety of the region is a real testament to the tenacity of the survivors. Roberto Tomba 20:56, 18 January 2011 (EST)

January 4th

The Caiger Mall is under attack by a 50+ horde of Zombies. A breakin and massive death count was witnessed on the 3rd of January.--Mr Watt 08:08, 4 January 2011 (UTC)

The Great Suburb Group Massacre has commenced. Check your group's talk page to confirm in which suburbs your group is active.--GANG Giles Sednik CAPD 19:50, 22 January 2011 (UTC)

Darvall Heights Barricade Plan

For more information, see Darvall Heights Barricade Plan.

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NecroTech Buildings Unbarricadable
Forts and Malls Police Departments
MPM: Mobile Phone Masts RP: Revive Points

Suburb Map

The Malton Suburb of Darvall Heights
Halse Crescent Police Department the Brodribb Building Burdock Walk Howel Bank a factory Crossman Grove Police Department Williames Bank Dustan Towers the Goodson Motel Taylor Bank
Altham Row Yorke Grove Postlethwaite Crescent Fire Station the Cranfield Museum Dandison Auto Repair Nurten Avenue
Freeman Towers the Stothert Building the Scaife Building Shehan Way Fire Station
Bussell Way Wenmouth Park Lilly Square Piers Park the Rugvie Monument Lascelles Library Doon Avenue Teek Road Cottingham Plaza the Smithfield Building
a junkyard the Farris Building Butt Road Railway Station Caplen Way the Hallett Building St. Eutychian's Hospital Wheelhouse Auto Repair Sherriff Place the Waddington Building Tayler Lane Police Department
wasteland the Papps Building Hallinan Towers a junkyard Clissold Road Pirrie Park St. Pius's Hospital Edbrooke Street
Lance Towers the Bathe Building
Lorgh Walk Hibbert Walk Pilcher Avenue the Chubb Building Silley Park the Nurcombe Building a carpark St. Matheos's Hospital the Rippon Building the Henslow Arms
a warehouse Coker Avenue Stocker Lane Tompson Walk the Herman Building Priddy Bank Stockham Towers Hebdidgh Road Scallon Crescent the Davidge Building
Caiger Mall Holloms Auto Repair the Wagner Building St. Isidore's Church a cemetery
the Gadd Motel a warehouse Nettleton Way Railway Station Cundham Library the Jillard Museum
Caiger Mall the Latrobe Building Cockle Street Yeandill Towers Perram Avenue School Mudford Plaza Sherman Road Allan Square Keevil Walk Bonville Drive
Pagram Library Salopia Row
the Blackholler Arms Selwood Crescent Snygge Boulevard Adney Auto Repair a factory the Desmond Monument Club Colridge North Library
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