St. Emma's Church

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St. Emma's Church
Sushieraser (talk) 15:36, 14 September 2021 (UTC)
St. Emma's Church

Ruddlebank [17, 82]

the Holmes Arms Suter Boulevard Police Department Knapp Boulevard Police Department
the Rabjohns Hotel St. Emma's Church the Baillie Hotel
the Coopey Building a cemetery Major Cinema

Basic Info:

  • Churches have no internal descriptions.
  • Church doors do not close but can be barricaded shut.

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Tiny and quaint nestled between the hotels, police departments and taller buildings sits St. Emma's church. In a better time the walls may have passed for white, but the years have turned it to a dingy grey. It's sad bell was nearly rung off it's mountings during the early days of the apocalypse.


Founded by Eastern European Catholics that escaped their respective countries after the Iron Curtain fell. During the evacuation, it was one of Ruddlebank's primary centers for evacuation as it's distinct bell could be heard across Ruddlebank, even into neighboring suburbs.

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