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The suburb is mostly safe with almost every building barricaded and many buildings lit. Every resource building I've seen is barricaded and lit.
 
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Revision as of 15:07, 3 June 2011

Suburb of Old Arkham
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Old Arkham's location in Malton

Resource buildings in Old Arkham

Latest EMR:
z: 10-i: **-
p: BNov 21

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Phone Mast: (16,95)

The Flambert Motel

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

Key buildings in Old Arkham:

Malls: none
NecroTech Buildings: 1

(19,97)

Police Departments: 2
Hospitals: 3
Fire Stations: 4
Bulletin Boards: unknown
Others: Schools 4, Churches 4, Auto Repair 2, Railway Stations 4, Miskatonic University
Suburb Number: 92
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Old Arkham is a suburb of Malton, located in the southwest of the city. Originally simply called Arkham, it served as a trading outpost during the 1800's and was a separate entity until Malton expanded and eventually engulfed Arkham. By the 1970s Malton expanded past Arkham's original borders - the area west was dubbed New Arkham, while the site of the original settlement became known as Old Arkham. Things were relatively quiet in Old Arkham up to the Outbreak. Zombies normally don't take much interest in Old Arkham because there simply aren't large amounts of survivors living here.

Resource Locations

NecroTech Facilities

The Button Building (19,97)

Hospitals

Emma General Hospital (15,93)

St. Humphrey's Hospital (11,91)

St. Luke's Hospital (12,96)

Police Departments

Large Row Police Department (17,95)

McKay Lane Police Department (11,96)

Factories

A factory (13,90)

A factory (14,94)

A factory (15,90)

Auto Repair Shops

Horditch Auto Repair (11,92)

Vines Auto Repair (16,91)

Malls

  • None

Bulletin Boards

Revive Points

Building Status Key

Safe Rebuilding Under Attack Under Siege

Ruined In Zombie Hands Pinata Unknown

Old Arkham Information Resources

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

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

Recent News

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


June

June 3rd

The suburb is mostly safe with almost every building barricaded and many buildings lit. Every resource building I've seen is barricaded and lit.

May

May 13th

ZALPsmall.png SCENT SCAN

Harman Conservationists reported in from Margery Avenue (Old Arkham). The scentoral evidence revealed an extremely large number of zombies within olfactory range of the location. The largest groups are 2W, 4W2S, and 5W3N of the scan site.
For more information, please see The full migratory map
Field agent:--Albert Schwan Albert Schwan  20:33, 13 May 2011 (BST)



April

April 12th

The MOB has been through, but has moved on, and survivors have already reclaimed the suburb. All but a few darks plus two other bldgs are repaired; most TRPs are lit; and their is a good survivor presence. Not many zombies remain, though there are still many people waiting for revives in the RPs. --Solodog 20:48, 12 April 2011 (BST)

February

February 5th

The great suburb group massacre has been completed for this suburb. As such, Dr. schwan’s Research and Development Team, Miskatonic University Faculty, The Survivor's Republic, Betrayed and The Streltsy have been removed from the suburb listing. -- Spiderzed 14:36, 5 February 2011 (UTC)

January

January 21st

The Great Suburb Group Massacre has commenced. Check your group talk page to confirm what suburbs you are active in.--Nic LesFlics|?| 22:47, 21 January 2011 (UTC)

Recent Conditions in Old Arkham

  • Buildings: many buildings are barricaded in the range of VS-to-EHB; there are also a few buildings only secured by closed doors. To the eastern-most half of the suburb, particularly the south-eastern quarter, most buildings are ransacked or nearly unbarricaded. Staying overnight (logging off) in resource buildings is not advised as a general rule; in particular if there is no sustained maintenance from a group of dedicated survivors for the building in question.
Also, Miskatonic University has been reopened.
  • Zombie Activity: light-to-moderate, with small hordes of 5-6.
  • Survivor Strength: the suburb is currently categorized by small numbers of seemingly unaffiliated survivors strung throughout inhabitable buildings. The Reformed Old Arkham Republic (ROAR) is the largest and most organized survivor contingent active in the area. Those in need of assistance should contact ROAR.

Survivor specific information

Survivor groups

Note: inactive groups moved to Old Arkham - Inactive Groups. The information below can be POV.

Reformed Old Arkham Republic

The Reformed Old Arkham Republic (previously known as Old Arkham Republic, but under "new management") is dedicated to supporting survivors and eliminating zombies within the bounds of the suburb.

ROAR has never claimed ownership of any part of Malton, but has made Old Arkham its home -- in perpetuity. The Reformed Old Arkham Republic welcomes cooperation with other survivor groups, but asks that they respect the group's standing as the oldest and largest survivor organisation in the suburb.

The Damned

The Damned are a new group in Old Arkham. They are dedicated to making Old Arkham a safe place for zombie and survivor alike, and for rebuilding the infrastructure of the suburb.

Other survivor specific information

Revive Points

As of 22 August 2007, the Reformed Old Arkham Republic has adopted the use of indoor Revive Points. St Alda's Church (16, 96) and St. Neot's Church (13, 92) have been designated as Indoor Revive Points.

These buildings are to be left un-barricaded and are no-kill zones. Survivors and zombies alike are encouraged to assist in keeping these buildings barricade-free. Residents are also asked not to dump any bodies found inside these revive points, as these are likely to be revivified survivors. If you are seeking a revive and find yourself unable to enter a revive point, you may wait outside.

To request a NecroTech Technician's services, please make a request on the forum. Please know that ROAR members will be revived before non-members.

Radio Communication

The following radio frequencies serve the suburb of Old Arkham:

Four Corners

The Northeast corner of Old Arkham is included in the Four Corners.

Zombie specific information

Zombie Groups

Note: inactive groups moved to Old Arkham - Inactive Groups. The information below can be POV.

Arkham Asylum Avengers

The Arkham Asylum Avengers are a zombie group comprised of former patients from the notorious Arkham Asylum, also known as St. Luke's Hospital (Old Arkham). Strongly drawn by indistinct yet compelling memories, the Arkham Asylum Avengers attempt, even in undeath, to return to their former "home".

New Zombham Armah

The New Zombham Armah was formed in August of 2007 for the purpose of creating a second zombie homeland in the New Arkham suburb.

Choosing the Mitchener Building as their HQ, the New Zombham Armah works to secure New Zombham (New Arkham) for future zombie kind. They also lay territorial claim to the Greater Zombham areas of Old Zombham (Old Arkham) and Shambles Village (Foulkes Village).


Barricade plan

For more information, see Old Arkham Barricade Plan.


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92 RP RP 92
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95 MPM 95
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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
MPM: Mobile Phone Masts RP: Revive Points

Suburb Map

"You are lost in a maze of twisty passages, all alike...."

-- "Sorry, which St Daniel's Church was that, again?"
-- "But I am at Pridmore Way School!!"
-- "Did you say to meet at the Edbrook Walk Fire Station or the Edbrook Building? Oooh, the Edgcumbe Drive Fire Station, got it!"

Sound familiar?

Finding your way in Old Arkham can be difficult sometimes. Some have speculated that time and space itself distort in Old Arkham. Most historians, however, note the suburb's long history of settlement and occupation as the reason for its sometimes disorientating urban physiognomy. Over the centuries, literally layers upon layers of architecture have been built here. Meanwhile, events such as floods, or the freakish Great Fire of 1912, destroyed large parts of Old Arkham. Many of these areas were later rebuilt. Old Arkham is a suburb whose ancient, dense, often contradictory and enigma-riddled history is reflected in its streets and its buildings.

To assist visitors and residents alike, The Old Arkham Chamber of Commerce issued the following map which is reproduced below for your convenience.

The Malton Suburb of Old Arkham
NW N NE
W
Church Bank wasteland Loweth Alley a factory Gait Bank a factory Chafy Towers Shew Library Club Bousfield Gyles Bank
Cockburn Plaza Railway Station St. Humphrey's Hospital the Baldwin Hotel Cobley Walk Bagnall Way Glanfield Street Vines Auto Repair Merryweather Row Draper Lane School Blanchflower Cinema
a warehouse Horditch Auto Repair Miller Library St. Neot's Church
RP
a cemetery
RP
Hillyer Park Rawkins Plaza Author Avenue a junkyard Aris Road
Smithfield Alley Kelley Library the Durston Building Leman Boulevard Newmarch Square Fire Station Emma General Hospital Tredaway Way Langridge Drive Crew Walk Clavey Walk
Rayfield Bank Cary Towers St. Daniel's Church a cemetery
RP
a factory Edgell Road Margery Avenue Damon Row School Wilton Drive Kelreher Square
Elder Alley a carpark Haley Street a warehouse Club Hunn Brain Boulevard Railway Station the Flambert Motel Large Row Police Department Bendells Row Fire Station a junkyard
Pridmore Way School McKay Lane Police Department St. Luke's Hospital Pridmore Way School Basket Avenue Messiter Alley St. Alda's Church
RP
Nettleton Towers Question Place Bulmer Cinema
Malpas Grove Tatler Lane the Hardy Building Kingman Alley St. Daniel's Church a cemetery
RP
Cradock Grove Railway Station Pillinger Boulevard Gwinnall Walk the Button Building
Bicknel Way Edbrook Walk Fire Station Statham Walk Railway Station Seaman Boulevard the Edbrook Building the Woodforde Building Gomer Boulevard Howes Row Androwes Towers Dickin Park
RP
the Leggatt Building wasteland Perryman Park Bray Square the Paffard Building Edgcumbe Drive Fire Station Woodbridge Plaza Club Yeeles the Hawley Motel Theobald Library
E
SW S SE
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