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Suburb of Dulston
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Dulston's location in Malton

Resource buildings in Dulston

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Phone Mast: (94,4)

Parrott Towers

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

Key buildings in Dulston:

Malls: Treweeke Mall
NecroTech Buildings: 4

(97,0) (91,2) (99,1) (92,5)

Police Departments: 5
Hospitals: 3
Fire Stations: 2
Bulletin Boards: 5
Others:
Suburb Number: 10

Dulston is a suburb of Malton, located in the northeast corner of the city.

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The Dulston suburb has the following active radio stations.

Freq: 26.02: North-East Malton
Freq: 26.59: Treweeke Mall
Freq: 27.92: Dulston Infection Treatment and Prevention Squad Radio
Freq: 29.00: Riversong

Before the outbreak, Dulston was a relatively peaceful suburb with a booming textile industry and several NecroTech buildings where new employees were trained. The suburb's main attraction happened to be Treweeke Mall, which frequently lured shoppers from the surrounding suburbs. During the outbreak, Dulston was deserted and most of its inhabitants were to be evacuated by a military convoy. However, military sources outside of Malton report that the convoy never arrived. It was assumed to be lost, with the evacuees joining the ravenous undead or scattered throughout the city.

Dulston possesses a high concentration of resource buildings, including four NecroTech facilities, three hospitals and five police departments. This has contributed to its lasting strategic importance. Other locations of interest include St. Barbara's Church (98,2), Troubridge Cinema (99,0), the Pepperell Museum (91,4), Parrott Towers (94,4), and the ghost-haunted Caffin Library (95,9).

For a more survivor oriented news source, check out the Dulston Dispatch.

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Dulston - More than just a tourist location!

Though once home to the venerable, but now disbanded zombie groups like the Drunken Dead and Angry Vaginas, since the outbreak Dulston has typically been one of Malton's safest and most consistently zombie-free suburbs. For this reason, its typically quiet suburban streets have attracted the attention of two Mall Tours (Mall Tour '06/'07), both incarnations of the Big Bash (Big Bash and The Second Big Bash) as well as invasion by the RRF.

Dulston has also been a favourite target of death cultists and serial killers -- in particular the notorious DORIS, who referred to the suburb as New Baghdad. In response to these threats, back in 2006 several local survivor groups banded together to form the Dulston Alliance, a highly proactive coalition who promised to defend Dulston to the last man, and whose sphere of influence once included the entire NE corner of Malton. As of February 2013, however, the once mighty Dulston Alliance has since faded into Malton's history books.

Interestingly, the suburb is usually safer away from the NE border rather than near it, as a large block of empty streets runs up the centre, effectively dividing the west half (where can be found Treweeke Mall, the Whitlock Building, and the Bridgman Building) from the east (which features two of Dulston's three hospitals, the Trood and Beale NT buildings, and the suburb's only cemetery). Due to this distinctive topography, and seeing as the majority of survivors tend to congregate in and around Treweeke Mall in the southwest, responses times to zombie activity in the NE corner can be delayed.

From August to September 2008, large numbers of zombies converged on many of the suburb's most notable attractions, eating every living person they found and destroying every building in sight. Since that time, Dulston lost its aforementioned "golden age" status as a zombie-free, safe haven for survivors.

Resource Buildings

NecroTech Facilities

The Beale Building (97,0)

The Bridgman Building (91,2)

The Trood Building (99,1)

The Whitlock Building (92,5)

Hospitals

Anne General Hospital (96,2)

Blaise General Hospital (98,8)

St. Anacletus's Hospital (93,3)

Police Departments

Clewett Alley Police Department (95,0)

Midelton Crescent Police Department (97,4)

Oake Walk Police Department (93,0)

Pegrum Place Police Department (93,9)

Spicer Row Police Department (96,0)

Factories

A factory (91,6)

A factory (92,0)

A factory (97,3)

Auto Repair Shops

Nott Auto Repair (98,3)

Malls

Treweeke Mall [92,7] - [93,8]

Bulletin Boards

Revive Points

Building Status Key

Safe Rebuilding Under Attack Under Siege

Ruined In Zombie Hands Pinata Unknown

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Dulston Information Resources

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

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

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Revive Points

Revive points have been set up at Duport Avenue (92,4), and Hamerton Road (98,1). Hamerton Road fluctuates as a revive point, due to zombies with Brain Rot taking over now and then plus the sporadic operational status of the Beale Building and the Trood Building. As such, Duport Avenue remains the most reliable place to be revived. Also undead survivors seeking revival should be aware that some survivors groups have taken it upon themselves to reduce the number of standing zombies at any given revive spot whenever there are 15 or more. Historically this had become common practice, due in part to several large hordes that hid at the revive points while gathering for assaults on key survivor strongholds. Very recently, a new revive point at McNally Park (99,8) has been opened by the Malton Carabinieri, although it is currently understaffed until new personnel can be trained and acquire the requisite materials.

It should also be mentioned that, while not a sanctioned revive point for Dulston's larger groups, the cemetery (99,2) located just south of the Trood Building is considered by some survivors to be a revive point due to the Sacred Ground Policy. Of course due to the jaded history of cemeteries within Malton, and the violent nature of the northeast corner of Dulston, getting a revive at the cemetery requires both good timing and a little luck.

Mobile Phone Mast

Dulston's Phone Mast is situated at Parrott Towers (94,4). Parrott Towers, the suburb's phone mast building, is usually kept powered, fueled, and EHB.

The group FOXHOUND had claimed responsibility for the mast's daily maintenance and defense, but left it up to the citizens of Dulston when FOXHOUND relocated. The Electric Light Torchestra has also included the building in both routes covered by their enlightenment-tours.

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Recent News

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


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Things to do while in Dulston

  • Turn up the Radio! - 29.00 Riversong, formerly one of Malton's most popular radio stations (before their studio on Woodborn Avenue burned down), is currently making a comeback, thanks to some of its former djs (or anyone with a transmitter). Although the station is primarily used to broadcast information to new players in the Dulston area, there are several radio shows broadcasted whenever someone with a transmitter gets bored!
  • Enjoy Some Comic Relief! - While you're in Dulston, try to treat yourself to a warm cup of n00dles. N00dles is the best Urban Dead web comic around, and it is created and maintained by two FOXHOUND members, TheIronGoat, and Met Fan. It is a comic outlining the adventures of these two lads around Dulston, and Malton. It is filled with humor, and it may even cure all major diseases. Don't quote us on that, though.
  • Shop 'Til You Drop! - Looking for that special something that might help keep you alive? Then why not drop by Treweeke Mall; where prices are so low we're practically giving everything away! So shop around or just hang out for a few days. Is there a limit to how long you can roam our halls and shops? Nope. Stay around long enough and become official "mall rats"! We really couldn't care less. Or more! However, be sure to always remember- whatever you need you'll be sure to find it here, at the mall.
  • Stay Current with Current Events! - Visit the Naisbitt Building, official printing house of the Dulston Dispatch, Dulston's first and only newspaper! Inside you'll find amazing things such as, but not limited to: Stacks upon stacks of blank paper, drums full of ink, and an industrial size printing machine! Fun for the whole family! Issues are printed out weekly and sell at the reasonable price of free!
  • A Funny/Religious/Cult Experience! - Pilgrimage to Troubridge Cinema in order to gain wisdom from the Night of the Living Dead (now playing) and then travel to St. Barbara's Church to seek enlightenment from the Survivor Saints. Also, somewhere here you can find pagans, usually in Parrott Towers (If it safe) or somewhere else.
  • Games, Alcohol, & Good Times! - Survivors are invited by the survivor group, Dead vs Blue, to stop by Downe Towers so they can join in on some Halo/Halo 2/Halo 3, drink some beers, and debate about which pistol you prefer to use against the proverbial "Flood" (i.e. zombies).
  • Learn How to Drive! - Forgot how to drive? Think driving would be an amazing way for getting around zombie-infested Malton? Course you do! So come on down to Crazy Ed's Driving School and learn how to drive... Possibly.
  • NOT Haunted, So Read a Book! - Come visit the very cheerful Caffin Library and be sure to stay the night. Rumors of survivors being found horribly mutilated are exaggerated, because seriously, what kind of survivor doesn't get horribly mutilated at least once while in Malton? You'll be fine. Relax.
  • Enjoy Grea- err, "Edible" Food! - McZeds' Dulston branch is located at the old Nott Auto Repair building, which is conveniently found at [98,3].
  • Get STDs treated - When running the hospitals will take care of that STD that has been bothering you for all this time in no time. When Confidentiality is the utmost important Anne General Hospital is what you want.
  • Eat the Homeless! - Dulston is famous Malton-wide for its street people! Whether they sleep outside by choice or by circumstance, there are almost always a few (dozen!) hobos squatting on Dulston's sidewalks, silently beseeching passersby for a spare heal or two. Sure, they're a bit smelly... but a brain's a brain... gnam gnam...
  • Neener, Neener, Neener! - Go laugh at either the PGG's or the NWO's face, we don't care which, just as long as you take a shotgun or zombie mouth to the face afterwards.

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Barricade Policy

For full details, see Dulston Barricade Plan.

90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99
00 Club Mold
Dark
wasteland
a factory
Oake Walk Police Department
the Naisbitt Building
Clewett Alley Police Department
Spicer Row Police Department
the Beale Building
Leeson Alley
Troubridge Cinema
Dark
00
01 Howell Library
Andow Towers
Lovel Way
the Perryn Building
Cullen Way
a warehouse
Bellot Street
Mogridge Drive
Hamerton Road
RP
the Trood Building
01
02 Purt Avenue
the Bridgman Building
Muncey Street
Beach Walk
the Turvill Building
Weston Crescent Fire Station
Anne General Hospital
the Much Arms
St. Barbara's Church
a cemetery
RP
02
03 Townsend Bank
Dark
Waddington Towers
a warehouse
St. Anacletus's Hospital
wasteland
Downe Towers
a carpark
a factory
Nott Auto Repair
wasteland
03
04 wasteland
the Pepperell Museum
Duport Avenue
RP
Silley Plaza
Parrott Towers
MPM
the Speak Motel
the Holdway Museum
Midelton Crescent Police Department
Clerck Walk
Byers Walk
04
05 Club Cocker
Dark
Gibb Plaza Railway Station
the Whitlock Building
MacKlin Park
the Gouger Arms
Noblett Drive
Woodborn Avenue
wasteland
Newnam Avenue
wasteland
05
06 the Nurley Museum
a factory
Bruorton Drive
Heddington Walk Railway Station
Thornhill Alley
Bullor Avenue
Marsh Avenue
Oatley Bank
Dark
Rayfield Lane
the Gatehouse Building
06
07 Fleming Library
a carpark
Treweeke Mall
Treweeke Mall
Thresh Row
Spencer Row
a carpark
a junkyard
Hinge Drive
the Pilton Building
07
08 Club Dowell
Dark
Ray Alley
Treweeke Mall
Treweeke Mall
Pirrie Place
Tovey Place
the Slade Arms
Hagger Way
Blaise General Hospital
McNally Park
08
09 Club Garrett
Dark
Hoskyns Alley
the Masters Museum
Pegrum Place Police Department
Muirhead Avenue Railway Station
Caffin Library
the Dycer Hotel
Maud Walk
Roadnight Towers
Stembridge Crescent Fire Station
09
90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99


LEGEND
Extremely Heavily Barricaded Very Strongly Barricaded No Barricades
Auto Repair Shops Hospitals Other (non-TRP)
Factories and
Power Stations
NecroTech Buildings Unbarricadable
Forts and Malls Police Departments
Dark: Dark Buildings MPM: Mobile Phone Masts RP: Revive Points

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Suburb Map

The Malton Suburb of Dulston
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Club Mold wasteland a factory Oake Walk Police Dept the Naisbitt Building Clewett Alley Police Dept Spicer Row Police Dept the Beale Building Leeson Alley Troubridge Cinema
Howell Library Andow Towers Lovel Way the Perryn Building Cullen Way
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a warehouse Bellot Street Mogridge Drive Hamerton Road
RP
the Trood Building
Purt Avenue the Bridgman Building Muncey Street
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Beach Walk the Turvill Building Weston Crescent Fire Station Anne General Hospital the Much Arms St Barbara's Church a cemetery
RP
Townsend Bank Waddington Towers a warehouse St Anacletus's Hospital wasteland Downe Towers a carpark a factory Nott Auto Repair wasteland
wasteland the Pepperell Museum Duport Avenue
RP
Silley Plaza Parrott Towers
MPM
the Speak Motel the Holdway Museum Midelton Crescent Police Dept Clerck Walk Byers Walk
Club Cocker Gibb Plaza Railway Station the Whitlock Building MacKlin Park the Gouger Arms Noblett Drive Woodborn Avenue wasteland Newnam Avenue
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wasteland
the Nurley Museum a factory Bruorton Drive Heddington Walk Railway Station Thornhill Alley Bullor Avenue Marsh Avenue Oatley Bank Rayfield Lane the Gatehouse Building
Fleming Library a carpark Treweeke Mall Treweeke Mall Thresh Row Spencer Row a carpark a junkyard Hinge Drive the Pilton Building
Club Dowell Ray Alley Treweeke Mall Treweeke Mall Pirrie Place Tovey Place
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the Slade Arms Hagger Way
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Blaise General Hospital McNally Park
Club Garrett Hoskyns Alley the Masters Museum Pegrum Place Police Dept Muirhead Avenue Railway Station Caffin Library the Dycer Hotel Maud Walk Roadnight Towers Stembridge Crescent Fire Station
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